Clint Millar has been keeping busy of late. Riding wise he has been busy filming for his part in Stewart Munro’s new DVD, Coppin’ it SWEET. Filming has almost come to a close now & you can expect to see it out real soon. Check out some random info about the DVD over on the FB page for the project..
In other Coppin’ it Sweet news, Stu is looking to borrow a working type writer for an hour if anyone out there has one available? Contact him via the FB page for Coppin’ it Sweet. He would greatly appreciate it & offers a free signed copy of the DVD in return for the assistance.
Vans Classics Fall 2013: Inca Pack
Vans Classics introduces the Inca pack featuring the Era, Half Cab and Sk8-Hi. Inspired by South American textile art, the pack is characterized by two Inca-styled patterns which adorn the footwear assortment for a total of six colorways. Intricate embroidery carries bright geometric shapes over each edition of the Era as the Half Cab and Sk8-Hi are further embellished with premium suede. The Inca pack arrives in two deliveries; the Era in (Inca) Blue/Black, Half Cab in (Suede/Inca) Adobe and Sk8-Hi in (Suede/Inca) True Blue varieties are available now at select Vans retailers while the rest of the collection releases in early July. Hit up Vans too.
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Hoang Tran’s freedom machine is looking saucy. Click around above to scope it out.
All photos by Walter Pieringer.
FRAME: Subrosa Villicus Prime, 20.5″
FORK: Subrosa Villicus
BARS: Subrosa Villicus
STEM: Odyssey Tomahawk
HEADSET: Odyssey 1-1/8″, Sealed
GRIPS: Subrosa Villicus V2
TIRES: Odyssey Aitken, K-Lyte, 2.25″
RIMS: Odyssey Hazard Lite, 36h
FRONT HUB: Odyssey Quartet Front (Coming Soon)
REAR HUB: Federal Freecoaster
SPROCKET: Odyssey Burlington, 28t
CHAIN: Odyssey Key Chain (Coming Soon)
PEGS: Odyssey Joysticks
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt, LHD, 170mm
PEDALS: Odyssey Twisted PC
SEAT: Odyssey Principal, Eric Lichtenberger Signature
SEAT POST: Pivotal
SEAT CLAMP: Integrated
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JPR Called me out of the blue yesterday evening, and interviewed me For Collateral BMX about BMX, the Industry, FBM, and other stuff pertaining to our two wheeled lives… I am admittedely bad at phone interviews, I swear too much, and it’s hard to tell in text form when I am joking, which is most of the time, But we at FBM, love BMX, making bikes, our Team is dear to us and we want to see everyone involved in what we do, do well (doodoo joke). I joke around about being broke, but our struggles as an independent brand are real…
In all seriousness Fbm Bikes or the FBM online Store
are fully functioning ass kickers, where you can get what you need, and learn about what we offer, radical stuff like Custom Frames built by FBM for yourself, or for your Shop, or frames for your brand Private Label Manufacturing and CAD drawings, and a bunch more…
I don’t mind the shine time on the internet, but I am fully self aware about how much I can sound like a bonehead… Here are a few Snaps from Lords of Fun, a Moto/ BMX/ Camping trip we just did last week… Thanks for the continued support, and keep tuned in for more absurdity.
Thomas Prior is probably one of my current favorite photographers the last few years or so. He always finds some unique topics to photograph and has a great eye to boot. This new project titled “Tultepec” covers the annual National Pyrotechnic Festival in Mexico. Amazing to say the least.
Click below to see a few more photos of the series.
Myself and Mick started the long drive from Melbourne to Brisbane yesterday morning. We made good time and got to Sydney by nightfall. We past the time by watching sketchy drivers on the freeway, one driver braked suddenly in the rain on a hill to 60km’s an hour with a truck behind them yet somehow everyone avoided the idiot, dealt with basically every type of weather and I discovered I could run sunglasses directly over my glasses which makes it so much easier to drive. Not sure why I didn’t try that years ago…