Mark Mulville X Scituate X Circuit BMX

Here we go! Here’s the footage of Mark at Cody’s house, aka Scituate Woods, that I was hoping would surface! We didn’t see nearly enough of him this year, so this is an extra special treat. Shot out to Circuit BMX for putting it together! And while we’re on the subject of Circuit… they have a brand new website that you should take a peek at!

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Flashback: Welcome To Deluxe

I don’t think there’s a single person who visits this site that will argue with the fact that Deluxe won the internet this week. I’ve always been really stoked on what the brand is about, and I’m glad to see the ethos that Mark Noble created still lives on in Deluxe’s current ownership. For this week’s flashback I wanted to revisit the early days of the brand, more specifically their first full length video release, 2010’s “Welcome to Deluxe”!

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Mark Mulville in Pittsburgh

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.

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How to Ground Chuck with Mark Mulville

Well, they actually call these kick out seat grabs in this how-to from Ride but I’m definitely not having any of that. I’ve got nothing but love for Mark but I’m sorry, you are a communist if you call these anything other than a Ground Chuck.

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Crack Dad – 2010 Casselberry Session

I used to go to Florida a lot when I was younger with my buddy the Stileman, and let’s just say that the trails there were interesting back then. I always did have a ton of respect for the dudes down there making it happen though. It was cool seeing the trails evolve from piles of sand with carpets over them to dialed spots built with the help of shipped in clay. Casselberry or 71N definitely gained the most notoriety, but there were a couple of other sets of trails down there that I’ve long since forgotten the names of…

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