I figured I’d keep it Huffy and follow up last week’s flashback post with another one of their commercials. This one for their 1984 Stu Thomsen signature model. I imagine they either sent him a full shipping container of these things so that when one broke he could just pull out a fresh one, or the ones that he actually rode were made by someone else and not from Huffy’s proprietary munster cheese tubing. If only they put as much into their bikes as they did their commercials!
Something I’ve wanted to do for a long time is to be able to help trails raise money for what they need to keep on keeping on. That’s why I jumped at the chance to help Chicago’s Garden Jumps out by carrying the awesome new “Horto in Urbs” t-shirts that they made in the CYDI Store. First and foremost, 100% of the proceeds from these goes straight back to The Garden for tools, supplies and to fund future projects. So pick one up and you’ll be directly helping to contribute to their growth! They’re available in black, heather grey and…
I just noticed that Deluxe has a pretty slick new website up. It’s loaded with all kinds of pictures, videos and of course product information, so take a few minutes and to give it an exploration. Peep it HERE!
I’ve been anxiously waiting for Back Bones’s official ACT Jam video to surface and they certainly didn’t disappoint! I mean, with James Fox handling the production and all the crazy riding that went down, how could it? Jump to (no pun intended) 06:00 if you want to get straight into the King of Dirt part. I really suggest watching the whole thing though!
Thirty3 Films bringing us a look into Matt Cordova’s passion for all things with two wheels and a set of handlebars.
Leandro putting down a contest winning run through the recently extended big line at the Caracas Trails. The fact that this is just a normal riding day for him there completely blows my mind! Spotted on EAL.
It’s edits like this Lloret Trails one from Oscar Mendoza that make me really appreciate that we have emerged from the dark ages of standard def footage into the glorious crystal clear 4K times of now!
I’m not sure when this happened but I noticed the other day that DUO had given their TRL pedals a bit of an update. Whereas the original TRL pedals had 12 molded in traction pins per side, the TRL2s have 10 replaceable thread-in pins and two molded in pins right in the center. The concave shape of the alloy body remains the same as the OGs and they still spin on chromoly spindles and unsealed bearings. Weight-wise they come in at 19.6 ounces and black, blue, silver and white are your color options. You can pick up a set wherever…
The manual lines that Satoski does in here are alone worth another watch!
They definitely killed it with marketing this pile because this ad for sure had 10 year old me reconsidering everything that he had previously been told about Huffys being junk. Thank god I stuck to the Mongoose Mini Californian!