Empire BMX is where you’ll want to head on Saturday (1/20) if you want to be one of the first to get your eyes on the new Credence “Live Free or Die” DVD! They’re holding two pre-premieres, one at 1pm and one at 4pm, and you’ll be able to catch Clint signing autographs at the 1pm showing.
Empire BMX is continuing their support for their local spot, Austin’s legendary 9th Street Trails by selling these rad stickers. They measure 1.75″ tall by 4″ wide and cost $2 a piece. Pick yourself up a few and you’ll be helping to keep 9th Street going strong since all of the profits from the sales go straight to their fund for tools, maintenance and events. Grab ’em HERE, and pick up a 9th Street shirt while you’re at it!
Being the good folks that they are, Tina and Tom at Empire are once again helping out the 9th Street Trails by selling some t-shirts to help them raise money for the trails. 100% of the profits go towards tools, maintenance, events and outreach! Show some support and pick one up HERE
Congrats to both Clint and Empire on this one! I’m honestly pretty surprised it didn’t happen sooner! I’ll let the street clip for the Instagram announcement slide in hopes that they’ll correct course and give us a proper trails filled welcome edit soon.
Here’s Empire’s look at the 9th Street Halloween Jam that gives you even more of a look at the heated dirt quarter session, as well as the sketchiness that was the long jump contest. Filmed by the one and only Kenny Horton!
Looks like the Credence boys have teamed up with Empire on a pair of limited edition shirts! In white we have the “Rattlecan” design, and in maroon is the “Skull. The Rattlecan, as the name implies, is actually spray painted by Clint himself. Both are printed/spray painted on American Apparel shirts, and Empire already has them in stock and ready to rock. The Rattlecan will set you back a cool $19.95, and the Skull with its front and back print will cost you $21.95. Hit those links to grab them!
The good folks over at Empire BMX are doing their part to support the trail scene by offering the items above for sale in-store and online. First is the new 9th Street Trails X Big Rob shirt. It’s a steal at $14.95 considering it’s printed on an American Apparel blank! Empire is donating all of the profits from it to the crew at 9th Street for tools and supplies. Tecate can be considered a supply, right? Next up is that limited edition 18″ x 12″ Groundchuck poster that had everyone talking last week. You can pre-order it now through Empire…
In my humble opinion that photo above is one of the most iconic trails photos of all time. It’s been nearly 20 years since Ed Docherty captured Groundchuck laying over this perfect one-handed table at Posh. The photo went on to become the two page Standard Bykes “Come to Standard Country.” ad that hung on damn near every trail rider’s wall back in the day. I still have the one that once hung on mine, and even as tattered as it is, I’ve still considered getting it framed and hung up again. Well now it looks like I’ll be going…
I don’t buy stuff from mail orders all that often, but when I do it’s usually from Empire. This 9th Street Trails shirt that they’re doing is a perfect example of why! 100% of the profits from them go straight to the trails for tools and supplies. Bravo Empire, bravo! Click HERE to pick one up.