There’s one more thing to be thankful for on this fine day of giving thanks and eating turkey! Deluxe just released Ty Stuyvesant’s twelve minute documentary on their Northeast trails trip! Grab yourself a beer, some spiked eggnog, or whatever you fancy and go find yourself a quiet place away from the family to watch this. That is unless your family is the Halahans or Delfinos, then you all just gather around and watch together!
This Sunday you have Deluxe to praise for blessing us with this kick ass edit from the trip the team took around the Northeast last summer! Unbelievably this is just the precursor to the Ty Stuyvesant produced trip documentary that they’ll be releasing on Thanksgiving!
Push was the absolute end all be all of trails awesomeness in the mid 90s. The trails were progressive and the riders that called the place home went on to become legends. It’s been damn near twenty years since I’ve seen their video “Bent Forks & Broken Bodies.” I don’t even remember who had a copy of it back then. Shoveldick uploaded their VERY well worn copy of the video and I couldn’t be more happy to take a trip down memory lane watching it.
I’m glad to see that Profile decided to upload this to their Youtube channel. It came out last week but for some reason they gave it to TCU to host on their channel. My immediate thought was that it made about as much sense as a record label giving a country video to BET. Anyway, here it is, Mark Mulville’s five day trip back to his former home of Pittsburgh, captured and edited by the one and only Bobby Valentine.
Deluxe’s Southern California Trip edit most definitely deserves a bump back up to the top!
It’s been nearly a year since it was announced that Deluxe was under new ownership. Since taking over the helm, Roth Desko, Justin Desko, and Kris Bennett have been steadily chugging away at not just reviving the brand, but also reforming it into their vision of what it should be. It’s been a long road filled with a few manufacturing ball ups but Deluxe once again has product ready to go. They’ve brought back some you’re already familiar with, updated others, and also created new ones; all of which are available right now through Deluxe’s brand new website! Over the…
Before I dive into this any further I have to bring up that Roth shot and edited this with his iPhone. This is definitely not the result I was expecting when he first told me about the video a few weeks back. All I can say is that it’s fucking nuts what something you carry around in your pocket is capable of producing! Now that that’s out of the way, lets talk about this edit. Over the winter some members of the Deluxe crew did what we all wish we could do when it’s freezing outside; they made their way…
The cat is finally out of the bag! Kris Bennett along with Justin and Roth Desko are the new owners of Deluxe. I’m very much looking forward to seeing where they take the company. Check out what Mark Noble had to say about Deluxe’s new chapter below. “I’ve got some big news regarding Deluxe today, which we can finally announce: as some of you in the industry may already know, I have a relatively new job at CSG UK as their BMX category manager, which is a big deal and is going extremely well – working with great people, on…
Little video I did 4 years ago for ESPN, not going to lie the song sucks pretty bad. But you know how it goes when you are restricted to only using licensed music. The riders in this video are classic, Chris Doyle, Kris Bennett, Brian Yeagle, Brian Foster, and more. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
Ok, the video quality blows but there’s some damn fine riding in here. For those of you who don’t know, Formatiks was Brandan “Punjab” Pundai’s company back in the early to mid 2000’s. This was a promo for a video that was supposed to come out. As far as I know it never did so this is all that we are left with. Thanks to Tom for putting me onto this one!