I love this video from Soul Bmx Magazine that corresponds with an article they featured. These dues have great style. I especially love the pegless dude at the end. Riders are Théo De Olivera, Antoine Neuville, Sylvain “Badiss” Bony, Alex Garczinski, Maxime Dewey Triay, Adrien Rabat, William Naze and Killian Limousin.
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
For good friend Walton Brush, California State Cyclocross Champ! This bike is amazing. Gold foil fade to rainbro.
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:
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.
I went and hit up the 1-5 Colonnade MTB Park last weekend with Bryan, who took these photos. I’ve been having a blast riding the converted disc Sizemore TT bike, unfortunately while riding around my chain broke, but it didn’t keep me from having fun in the pump track. This bike is going to see some changes coming soon that I can’t wait to share, but will have to.
Been loving the new Kings Kaleidoscope songs – make sure you pre-order the album here.
On Friday night, we stopped by AXIS Pioneer Square for the Oregon Manifest Seattle Bike Reveal Party. It was an awesome turn out and a phenominal space. The Denny bike, designed by Teague and Sizemore Bicycle, was the focal point of this night leaving many blown away by the quality and continuity of design. Every couple of minutes a person would tap a brake lever and get the turn signals or brake light going, marveling at the integration of all the features. Before the event, I asked Chelsey if she would shoot photos of the reveal party for the blog for a couple reasons: I knew I’d be enjoying it and nerding out on the bike and videos and I knew she’d find more artistic ways to represent the space, party and bikes…. And she did. See more pics below, and make sure to VOTE.
The Bike Design Project voting is live. I was impressed by all of the bike’s created and their innovative features, but none compare to what was accomplished by Teague X Sizemore Bicycle in the entry “Denny”. This bike has integrated turn signals, headlights, brake light, electronic assist, automatic shifting, minimal revolutionary fender design, u-lock removable handlebars, belt drive, the sickest integrated front rack and it was made here in Seattle.
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