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Harry Mills – Wakley is smooth as fuck! He has a keen eye and knows how to put spots to use. I’m real into his unique and refreshing style and surely you will be too so if Harry isn’t on your radar yet then that’s about to change.
Last week Éclat brought us part one of their Young Bloods trip featuring Sam Jones and now part two has Harry Mills & Jordan Godwin destroying the streets of Alicante for the lens of Cal Earnshaw. To start it off Harry hits you with a mix of full speed bangers and tech moves followed up by Jordan who brings a good mix as well and definitely does a nose bonk 360 down a rail. Start your week off right and don’t miss this then check the young bloods site for some photos and words from the dudes.
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Back in January Eclat dropped this interview first introducing the young bloods trip to Alicante and now Sam Jones is up first in this two part series. Sam hits this Costa Blancan city hard with plenty of good lines and a pretty insane tire ride @ 2:18 which you shouldn’t miss. Keep an eye out for part two dropping tomorrow featuring the rest of Eclat’s British contingency aka Harry Mills-Wakley & Jordan Godwin.
Thinking back on the history of Eclat they have always made innovative products with great design and the strength to keep Sean Burns’s bike rolling (which says a lot). Their new Mercury and Phantom rims are nothing less and you can find out a little more about them right here in Eclat’s new “In Focus” product article.
You know how sometimes you’re in a phase where you don’t ride that much? Well out here in LA we are currently doing the opposite. We’ve been going out in the van every day and stacking tons of footage that will go towards an upcoming project. During our travels, Scott Marceau took a day or two to film some additional clips of Stevie to promote his new signature fork and the above edit is the result. A few more words from Eclat:
“The new Éclat Stevie Fork was built with strength in mind. Made out of full liquid post heat-treated seamless 4130 crmo with fully CNCd steerer and butted fork blades, the Stevie Fork uses peg friendly invest cast dropouts and clearance for 2.40″ and larger tires.
Stevie wanted the fork to be available for all riders so we offer the fork in two offsets, 26mm for technical street riding and a more traditional 32mm for all round riding. Weighing in at 1028g (36.26oz) these forks are the perfect balance between strength and weight. Out now in Gloss Black, Chrome and Trans Green.”
For more specs, go here.