Kareem’s Oil Slick Bike Check

Kareem just built up his new Destroy Bikes Zerson frame with some beautiful oil slick parts. The Stranger stem, saddle and Colony seat post really go well with the titanium rainbow colored spokes. When I told him I wanted to get some pics, he suggested the EMP wall. Perfect fit for this, and I’m really happy how the photos turned out. You can see all from the set at my flickr, here. Build photos and specs below:

Frame – Destroy Zerosen

Fork- Spike 26″

Bars- Destroy Ricardo Lino Signature

Grips- Animal Edwin

Stem- Stranger Haze Stem in Oil Slick

Seat Post- Colony Pivotal in Oil Slick

Seat- Stranger Further Pivotal in Tie-Dye

Headset- Demolition Integrated

Cranks- Fit Indent 24mm

Sprocket- Fit Key Guard 28t

Chain- KMC Z

Pedals- Shadow Ravager with Blaq K-Rab straps

Front Wheel- Unknown Bike rim laced with ti spokes to Demolition Bulimia hub

Front Tire- Specialized Compound

Rear Wheel- Unknown Bike rim laced with ti spokes to Resist Contact hub, 9t

Rear Tire- Halo Twin Rail

Pegs- Animal Butcher


Evolution Killed The Track Bike

Trek T1

I lost all of my photos and files etc a few months ago when my computer crashed. I know, I know, you’re supposed to back up everything, but I didn’t do that. So last night I went photo digging online to find all of the bikes I have ridden and their various forms. Here they are in chronological order:

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The years I rode for Leader
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Decided I wanted to try and do made in the U.S.A. frames:
tyler's sizemore


HoldFastOrDie Dayz

I’m looking forward to getting a new bike built up over the next month and getting back to riding the bikes I’ve grown to love so much over the past 7 years. What a journey it’s been so far, both in breaking parts and bones, gashing tires and flesh. Ready to keep seeing where the fixed drivetrain limit is.

A huge thank you to all my sponsors over the years: Leader Bikes, Sizemore Bicycle, Resist Parts, SKYLMT, HoldFast, Coal Headwear, Zlog, CSK, and all the other supporters.


Shred Club – Bro Cycling Team v. 2


Back for round two: black tee with white discharge screen print on front and back. New logo done by Chelsey Scheffe. You can GET YOURS HERE!



Shred club is a cycling team made up of our favorite people. We are made up of designers, business owners, teachers, models, skateboarders, artists, and cyclists.

All proceeds are going to help support my trip to Brazil this August to partner with Restore Brazil, aiding their work in the city of Rio to share the gospel and help improve living conditions for the cities inhabitants.

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LEADER X Gorilla Smash Squad

I hadn’t heard of these dudes before but I love this. Leader Bikes supporting a grass roots team of friends. I love the bike photos (below), each unique and yet similar, just like real friends. Great shots Matt.


Love this photo of a Stanridge Rider digging deep at the Red Hook Crit by Andre Colombus. See more here.

Go Fast Friday

Saw this photo by Matt Lingo over on Pedal Consumption. It’s perfect.


Tyler Kitted Out At The Ballard Bowl from Laali on Vimeo.

Flashback Friday to what real cycling is… “Oh no” “Droppin ’em, bib time!”

Hold Fast – Be Still

tylerholdfast from chris clappe on Vimeo.

Here is my latest edit for Hold Fast. Since getting a new job at the start of summer this year, I have not gotten out to ride and film as much as I used to, but I am quite happy with how this turned out. Big thanks to Chris Clappe and Kareem Shehab for filming it for me and to Hold Fast for their support. 2013 was a big year for me in many ways off the bike, and I’m excited to continue seeing where God’s plan takes me.

I also recently dropped prices on my Be Still tee shirts (seen in almost every clip hahah). You can pick yours up here.



Sorry for the lack of consistency with this one. Took me a bit to get the photos off of my camera. Featured this week is David Schmidt’s handmade, under the eyes of Marty from Geekhouse, road bike. We went out or a morning ride two weeks ago, in a thick thick fog. Was awesome getting out and riding the Mercer Island Loop again, my favorite ride in Seattle. Be on the look out for a disposable series from that day as well. .





Orange Dream Machine. This bike was made for the Shred Club kits.


IMG_3823 Round two of the bike check. This time it is my Hold Fast Subverter 26″. Love this thing. You can detailed list of parts here . IMG_3824 IMG_3826 IMG_3827 IMG_3821 IMG_3815