And with this first edit from Vinyl’s trip to OZ I think I’m finally all caught up on post from the last few weeks. Sorry about the gap, things should get back to normal now that I’m not on the road. You can check out a bunch of post below, and while you’re at it go ahead and have a look around the Vinyl site for a bunch of awesome content.
Two things to take away from this one. First, Jack Griffin kills it, but we already knew that. The second takeaway is a little more news worthy. Segment Clothing is back!
It’s about time that we finally got an all trails Greg Illingworth edit!
Drop In Coffee fueled roasting on a variety of bikes by Jackson Allen. That crawfish to 360 was choice!
While this technically goes over my maximum street/park clip limit, since it’s Mulville I’ll let it slide. This time…
Remember that promo that Flybikes dropped a couple months ago for their new Magneto Hub? Well, here’s the extended version that gives you more of a look and listen to Sem Kok and the Magneto buzzing around the E19 Trails. For the love of god though, let’s not let that damn MTB berm shralping shit become a thing at the trails.
At first guess I thought that MxMxM was Manuals times Manuals times Manuals. A reasonable guess, but a wrong one nonetheless. It’s actually short for Magical Mosh Misfits, a Japanese streetwear company that Satoski is now riding for.
Jess Grinager coming through with the kick ass edit from Catty and Posh’s high air jams!
The coronavirus sure didn’t put a stop to the G.Y.P.O Crew’s fun!
The product nerd in me loves how Flybikes‘ Magneto hub works, and that there’s now a damn good hub alternative to those that constantly require adding shims for them to somewhat work properly. The prankster in me can’t help but wonder what mischief could be had with a few well placed rare earth magnets. Luckily for Sem Kok, there wasn’t anyone like me around at the trails when he was filming this promo!