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Stevie texted me this image of his new signature Eclat tire last night and made me SWEAR that I wouldn’t post it. I just looked at my RSS feed and Vital posted it three hours ago. Fuck Young Neck Pillow. This is named after his beverage of choice, in case you’re not too knowledgable about liquor.
If you follow @notsolildan on Instagram you’d know the bike he built up a few weeks ago is decked all the way out with nearly everything Eclat makes. But for those of you that don’t, today they make it officially official with a fiery welcome edit. It looks like Dan’s been doing the most with his time in Austin and got some good stuff done before he left Rochester a few months ago. Awesome to see that last spot get some pegs put on it, I’m sure people have been looking at that for years.
If you want to see more of Dan, check out his bangin’ opening section in Kink’s Squash It DVD.
Today is a bike check kind of day. Here’s Shane Weston showing you his current signature Flybikes frame built around Eclat parts. Note that he’s running the new prototype version of the Blind freecoaster, and it should be out really soon. Yes, it’s finally happening!
Here at TCU we have all been huge Phil Demattia fans ever since he started popping up online. His riding is just as technical and advanced as any modern day pro, but instead of the usual tricks of the day he does kickflips, fufanus and back foot pedal grinds. His newest edit for Eclat (which we’re lucky enough to premiere today) was filmed at The Boneyard skatepark and it features a lot of tricks that you’ve got to see to believe. Enjoy and follow Phil and Eclat on Instagram.
Put together by Will Evans.
Geoff just released an amazing section in the new MARKIT video and has been killing it for years. Here’s his Eclat Natives video which shows him visiting the trails he grew up riding, driving around the town he calls home and talking about how crazy kids these days are.
Spotted this old bike check from Sean Burns on Eclat’s YouTube page and it’s too good not to repost. This was from few years ago when he was running onion forks, a rocket lamb sprocket, cabbage pedals, Trojan rubber tires, Lucky Charms spokes and a seat made of cheese. So good.
A couple of new Eclat posters that were available at Interbike, although this is my first time seeing them. Above we have Stevie with a switch tooth down a ledge and over on the Eclat site you can check out Nathan’s rail to barspin rail hop.
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