Cult’s new TRF trails/race frame has been a hot button topic in the woods lately. It’s actually been pretty polarizing! Love it or hate it, Cult stepped up and made a damn solid frame with geometry that complements roasting some jumps. Here we get our first look at a TRF in action in this promo featuring Steven Mack doing his thing at the Stay Strong Compound. Check it!
The physical manifestation of the new trail frame Cult has been working on made its first appearance at Interbike last month. Looks like Steven Mack gets the honor of being the first to put the Cult TRF prototype through its paces. Thinking about who they have on their team, I can’t think of a better person (who doesn’t already have a signature frame) to do it.
Steven Mack is just getting back onto his bike after dealing with some pretty serious injuries. It’s really good to see that being off of his bike for months hasn’t slowed him down one bit! Check him out getting back into the swing of things on some dry California soil in this new one from Kings Rideshop.
I figured that Steven Mack’s part from Cult‘s “Small Talk” DVD would have some trails in it. Jump to 00:33 for a solid 45 seconds of Steven and Jayson Johnson getting their roast on.
Cult worked with Kings Rideshop on this very limited blood red colorway of their American made B Boy frame. The color reminds me of the first generation T1 Progression. No word on just how many they plan to make or when they’ll be available, but check out the video of Steven Mack putting the first one together. I was hoping he’d take that thing straight to the Aptos P.O. trails, but he chose to bang it up on some rails instead. You can check out a bunch of photos of the frame over on the Cult site.
I’m out in California for the next few days so it seems quite fitting to post a video of some Cali dirt. I’ve heard of Steven Mack before but just assumed he was another street dude. This video and the last one I posted from Kings Rideshop have definitely changed my thinking. On an unrelated note, it’s crazy seeing the different backdrops the trails out here have.
Looks like Steven put on quite the show for the locals.