In just a few weeks Trans Green will be joining Trans Red, Trans Blue, and Gloss Black in the lineup of colors that Geoff Slattery’s signature United “G-Slat” frame is available in. If you’ve seen Geoff ride then you know that his frame is built to handle whatever you can throw at it. Though you’ll have to wait a few weeks for this sweet Trans Green color, the others are available now in a variety of sizes ranging from 20.75 all the way up to 21.5. Head on over to the United site for the full specs!
United just dropped a huge product feature with all the info you could possibly want on their latest goods. The T.R.U. frame is still a little bit off so you’ll have to be patient on that one. In the mean time head over to their site for the 411 on the latest incarnation of Geoff Slattery’s frame, their revised Dinero forks, Geoff’s bars and grips, and a whole lot more. Dialed!
The Merged has an extensive look at United’s new summer product range that includes Geoff Slattery’s new signature G-Slat frame and grips. Dave did a killer job as usual getting all the info and specs on these as well as all the other new goodies from United. Make your way over to The Merged and check out what United has in store for us this year. Don’t worry that the T.R.U. frame isn’t in there! They’re still making tweaks on it before they finalize the design.
Geoff Slattery has a bike check up on Éclat that gives you a real good look at his new signature “G-Slat” frame from United. I absolutely love the blue they went with! Take a peek!
United always has all kinds of new stuff in the works, including updating Geoff Slattery’s signature frame. The “G-Slat” will replace the “Voyage” frame and will be available in July. They haven’t released the specs just quite yet, but we’ll post them up as soon as they do. I love the color of this production sample that Geoff just put together!
I’m a little late posting this one, but oh well. For some reason my computer was taking forever to load it and then I would forget about it and move onto something else. It took a few days but the stars finally aligned and it loaded and I remembered to watch it. Geoff is the man, and he talks about growing up in New Jersey and how his local trails influenced his riding and the person he grew up to be. He was obviously hurt during the filming so the only riding in it is a few laps at FDR….
Takin’ it back to 2007 for this weeks flashback post. Seeing Geoff’s section from “Save the Woods” makes me wish there was more trails footage of him. Dude is incredible in the woods but it seems like his park and street footage is what surfaces the most.
Standpoint 4 Small Brown Bike Soundcheck. A big thanks goes out to Ryan Navazio for letting us upload this awesome trail section from his past Standpoint Video Series. Featuring some classic trail riders, ripping some classic trails on the East Coast.
This is from the 2011 jam but hey, better late than never! Any Catty footage is great to see and especially when it contains the likes of Brian Foster, Clint Reynolds, Geoff Slattery, and Van Homan. Peep the video and then hit up the PAWOODS donation page to help keep the trails running.
The opening clip had me really thinking there was going to be a good bit of trails footage in here. It only turned out to be just a few clips, but any footage of Geoff is a treat so I’m certainly not complaining. Via Etnies