I’ve got exciting news! I love shooting the Local Loam episodes and I decided to start out creating merchandise that promotes some of the rad advocacy groups I’ve gotten to know and places I’ve gotten to ride through that series. Each t-shirt design will be based off a Local Loam episode and $5 of the…
I traveled to talk with local mountain bikers in Kamloops, B.C. to discuss trial advocacy in the area.
Special thanks to Martín Hanzlík and Jansen Colberg for covering our travel and lodging on this! Support Cabo Rojo Bike and Hike Trails Association! Every now and then, unique opportunities to visit special, far-off riding destinations pop into my inbox. Despite my jet-setting ambitions, most of them are beyond my time and budget constraints. But…
I send out a monthly email newsletter that contains interesting info from biking tips to promo codes from my sponsors.
I didn’t give them much intro, I just said bring your old bike and be yourself. That was my own plan, at least, so it seemed prudent to invite the locals to do the same. Vintage bikes have always been cool in my book, and particularly so if they can still somewhat shred by modern day standards.
Community. The Central American community. The enduro community. While a handful of days is nowhere near enough time to really understand a new culture, this one theme kept coming up during this riding trip to Costa Rica.
Riding Los Angeles with John Watson of the Radavist!
The final feature video for 2017 needed to be something really unique, and I have always wanted to do more in Latin America. After a successful visit to Mexico back in August, I figured Ixtapan de la Sal would be a perfect spot to film a video!
We filmed this whole video in only three afternoon shoots, so we had to stay close to Reykjavik, but the riding quality was great.