Mutiny just posted a cool interview with Villij's reining emperor, Robbo. The questions are kind of geared toward educating the non-trails folk as to the way of the woods, but it's still a good read though. Hit up the Mutiny site
and check it out.
I’ll gladly take 53 seconds of iPhone clips from Villij!
The Kore Store is Robbo’s store in Loughborough, England. I think it’s been open right around a year now selling BMX and skateboard goods. The first few minutes of this edit shows the shop from the very beginnings as well as a bit of skating. It gets really interesting (for me at least) from the 03:16 mark on as it heads away from the city and into the hallowed woods of Villij.
No more rust bucket
for Robbo! He just got this sample of the new military green color that his Villij frame will be coming in later this year.
Here is one of the trail mix sections from the Vinyl “LP” DVD. We have in this one Bobby D, Quaggy, Lima, and Robbo. Ripping some dubs in PA Woods, and the midwest.
The Albion just put up a gallery featuring highlights and outtakes from their "Eternal Optimists" article on Epsom, Brighouse, and Villij that ran in issue 14. Every single photo in there will make you absolutely despise that it's winter right now. Check it out
Fuck and yeah! This new edit from Bicycle Union is just what I needed today. Nothing like Robbo, Jimmy Rushmore, Freddie Houseman, Ross Head, and Jon Robinson shredding some PA and Jersey Woods to brighten the mood!
Fall is the best time of year for trails here on the East Coast and Catty was ripping this Fall for sure. Every weekend my social feeds were blown up with photos and post about Catty and the all the people rolling through. Here’s a look back at one hell of a Fall in the PA Woods.
Mutiny just dropped their winter softgoods
line and this sweet "Robbono" shirt is a part of it. Too good!
The Halloween Jam at Catty was off the hook! So many people showed up and the costumes had me laughing all day! Who knew that you could ride horses
at the trails? I have to say that the jam will definitely go down as one of the best that I've ever been to. A few people put down their bikes long enough to shoot some photos and video, including Angel Rodriguez who has a gallery up on Trailsrambling
that is a must see. Big thanks to the Catty locals for putting on such a rad shindig! I'm already looking forward to next year!