Subrosa have uploaded the Skeleton Crew’s banger of a section from the “Get Used To It” DVD for your viewing pleasure. This is an absolute MUST SEE.
“The Skeleton Crew section of “Get Used To It” is a banger, with a stacked rider list of past and present Subrosa Skeleton Crew team riders.
Representing different riding styles from locations all over the world, The Skeleton Crew section features riders Eli Platt, Greg D’Amico, Greg Smee, Boy Janssen, Rich Forne, Raphael Jeroma-Williams, Ryan Sher, and Nick Bullen.
Also a huge thank you goes out to the band Corrupt Autopilot for the use of the song “Panda Blood” for providing the soundtrack to The Skeleton Crew section.
Buy their music now- http://corruptautopilot.bandcamp.com
Subrosa Brand’s “Get Used To It” is available now worldwide in shops and mail-orders on DVD! The Digital Download is available at SubrosaBrand.com/Store/“
Profile Racing dropped a little teaser for their new free coaster they are working on today. This very quick video featuring their flatland rider, Tyler Gilliard, doesn’t give away a TON but the hub must be getting close if they’re willing to build some hype for it. Take a peek!
“During late afternoon on Friday, I went out with Tyler to get a couple clips using Profile’s free-coaster Cassette prototype.
Here’s a little sample of how it functions. More testing in the works.” – Matt Coplon
Saturday already? Thanksgiving really threw me off this week! Either way, it’s that time of the week again! This week we’re going to take a look at the Flip hub from Stolen Bikes, the Doomwizard frame from Mutiny Bikes, the Elite fork from Demolition, David Grant’s signature Raider bars from BSD and then we’ll wrap things up with the Street Digger tires from Subrosa. Ready? Let’s do this!
EDIT: Due to some issues with shipping, the premiere of the DVD will be NEXT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7th! Sorry for the inconvenience!
Over the weekend, Dan’s Comp dropped the world premiere of their new “Roll Call” DVD at The Bakery! If you weren’t lucky enough to make it to Chicago to see it yet, like myself, you’re invited up to the Bluff Valley Over the Top Skatepark this Saturday, DECEMBER 7th where we’ll be doing a premiere at 5 PM! So come on out and ride all day then check out this video that’s stacked with some of your favorite riders!
Can’t make it out on Saturday? Well, you can order up a copy on Dan’s Comp now and have a premiere of your own on your couch!
A few weeks back, our friend, Nick Steben, made a cross country move from Connecticut on the East coast all the way out to San Diego, California on the West coast just to mix things up a little bit for himself. Anyone who knows Nick, knows that he is always on the move and, in reality, this move probably isn’t that big of a surprise. Now that he’s avoiding the cold weather for a constant supply of 70′s and sunny weather, he has been busy taking advantage of the scene to spend as much time as possible as he can on his bike and shooting photos.
The other week, Ben Snowden through a jam in his backyard ramp paradise for everyone to come out and ride and have a good time. Nick was on hand for the day and ended up snapping a bunch of photos from the day for us to check out. We’ve got a brand new photogallery with 21 photos for you to take a peek at… Hit that link below to take it in!
Demolition is getting in on the Black Friday madness… Just in time and for good reason… They have just launched their brand new WEBSTORE! To celebrate, they’re giving you 20% off everything. All you have to do is use the code “blackolition” in the check out! Get on this!
When I tell people about what I do as a photographer I also run down the list of freelance projects that I currently work on and one of them happens to be this very column. I tell people that I write a weekly photo-based column and that the next time it comes out it will be number (whatever it happens to be next) and they always seem to be shocked by the number of weeks that I have done this. I know for a fact I am kind of shocked as well. It’s one of those things where it doesn’t really hit me until I start the next week and fill in the “check back next Wednesday for the next column” section at the bottom of every TTL and realize how many weeks it’s been. If you have followed the column from the beginning you know that one thing’s for sure and that is you never know what to expect. I have done my best to keep things interesting and keep them fresh so that people have a reason, or at least curious enough to check out what the subject matter is week after week.