Tag along with Cosmic Rumble’s Jett Man, Dylan Lewis and Tama Lewis as they road trip to Canberra for New Years. Things get rollin’ with a heavy cliff jumping session before the boys turn their attention to the concrete and soil of the A.C.T. The trails part of this starts right around the three minute mark, but it’s definitely worth watching the whole way through to see these dudes slaying some bowls!
Usually I would tell you to skip through the concrete stuff at the beginning so you could get straight to the trails, but not this time! Watching Dylan blast bowls is just as enjoyable as watching him go to the moon at the trails. He does a bit of both in this promo for his signature Mutiny Death Grip frame, so hit play and let it run through.
I’ve had Mutiny and DIG’s “Villij Days” edit on constant repeat ever since it came out a week ago!
If you watch one thing today make sure it’s this! Any footage that comes from Villij is guaranteed to be a treat, and this edit that Tom Cambridge produced for Mutiny and DIG is no different. With not only Robbo in it, but Matt Roe and Dylan Lewis as well, it’s without a doubt my favorite Villij edit to date!
Dylan Lewis’ highly anticipated signature “Death Grip” frame from Mutiny is finally available! It comes in 21.3″, 21.6″ or 21.8″ top tube lengths, and features a tall 125mm heat treated offset thickness head tube to compliment those big boy sizes. A 13.7″ slammed rear end with half an inch of adjustment ensures you won’t loop out if you come in a little tail heavy, and 6mm dropouts with integrated chain tensioners keep your wheel right where you put it. Subtle graphics and small details like embossed Mutiny logos on the gussets and seatstay bridge bring the whole thing together to…
Give this James Fox edit of Jonny Mackellar and Dylan Lewis ripping the shit out of Snakewoods a rewatch and you’ll be stoked up and ready to shred the fuck out of whatever jam you’re headed to this weekend!
There’s nothing I could say that would possibly add more value to this than what the title does on its own. Two of Australia’s raddest dudes showing what a typical weekend at Snakewoods looks like for them, thank you James Fox for making this one happen!
A little weekend motivation courtesy of Snakewoods!
With the future of the spot being uncertain, the boys of Snakewoods are running every session like it could be the last. Here’s some raw footage that Dale Watson pieced together from the madness of last weekend. Just wait till you see the Dylan Lewis bail!
Both Dylan Lewis and Mutiny have hinted that there would be a signature frame forthcoming after his bump up to the pro team. You may have even gotten a few glimpses of it if you happen to follow Dylan on Instagram. Mutiny just dropped this studio shot as well as the official specs, and it’s looking damn good! With 21.3″ being the smallest top tube size, and it going all the way up to 21.8″, this is a frame that you taller folks might want to take a gander at. It also features a taller 125mm head tube and a…