I almost couldn’t wait until Friday to post this gem when I saw it floating around Facebook earlier this week. Brian Iarocci had such a rad style! I haven’t the slightest clue how this footage shot between 95 and 97 of him riding Sevs and Posh never made it into a video back then. Lucky for us it didn’t get lost and was able to find its way to the web! Seeing that tire sticking out of the back of a lip at Posh sure did bring back some good memories of riding there back then!
This video is titled “Sevs Intro” on Vimeo but I have no clue what it’s an intro to. I was thinking maybe it was from some back in the day Long Island video that I had never seen. Problem with that is that the Death Cab For Cutie song in here didn’t come out until 2003, and that’s a good five years after Sevs was plowed. I’m sure someone out there has the answer as to just what this is from, so feel free to enlighten!
I remember this commercial like it was yesterday! “This 15 year old Seek & Destroy commercial was released in the fall of ’98 and distributed to bike shops on VHS. It also ran in an issue of Props video magazine, but hasn’t seen the light of day since then. We re-released it on the internet as a way of saying thanks to all the friends and supporters of Little Devil over the years. Riders in order of appearance: Pat Juliff, Garrett Byrnes, Brian Iarocci, Derek Adams, Van Homan, Chris Stauffer, and Rich Hirsch.” –Little Devil Brand
Well this a treat! Nine minutes of classic footage from the 7-11 Trails. I’ve always regretted that I never got to ride there. They were definitely ahead of their time and had an amazing crew of locals. Here are some key points from this video. -Trains! -Punjab has been ruled for a long time -Van’s bike sounds like a bag of nails -The world needs more Ronnie Gaska footage -Some of those sections are tight as hell -Where’s Robbo?