Please, don’t be offended by the lyrics in this song. Take it at face value – and there are some pretty good references mixed in there. Fixie gangsta trap rap is here to stay.
Hans lives in Los Angeles and last year his wife bought him a Rock Lobster cross bike with a few added braze-ons. Hans and I spoke a lot about brake and tire options and it seems like he’s finally got his setup dialed in. One morning, as we were finishing up a MTB ride on Brown in LA, Hans went rolling by on his bike. I yelled “HANSSSSSSSS!” and he came scooting by, so I shot some photos with my Mamiya 7ii and earlier this week, I finally got them developed, prompting me to interview him with a few simple questions. Check them out below!
Photo by Ace Carretero
Or just a bunch of people watching the eclipse with their bikes? You decide.
Sometimes, your wheels get dented or damaged beyond repair. That happened to Kyle while we were riding in Los Angeles back in January on his Stinner Mudfoot cross bike. I liked the way these three photos turned out from the aftermath.
As a consumer, I like to know the ways and means a company (especially in the cycling industry) came out. Regardless as to what my relationship is to Sean Talkington of Team Dream Bicycling Team, there was something about what he started doing last year that piqued my interest.
So, it’s a team, but it’s not a team. It’s a team for people who aren’t on teams, which makes it arguably one of the biggest teams in the world. That’s kind of like a dream team, right? Something like that.
When Sean began working on his Rizzle Dizzle kits, and his Mondrian Homage vest, we wanted to do a little something more than just post photos and send people over to his store. Below is a backstory, or a history as to what inspires Sean to continuously push Team Dream’s product line.
Photo by John Daniel Reiss
Out of all the photos JDR took at the Dirty Hundo, this one sums up the ride the best. See more at TCB’s Tumblr.
Photo by Sean Talkington
People ask me, “what does rubber side up mean?” – it means, you’ve gotta fall, or at least come close to it, to learn how to control your bike. Sometimes, that means looping out from a wheelie, or cooking a corner well done…
Such a good photo Sean!
When I found out that I couldn’t make it to the Mudfoot Dirty Hundo, I asked Kyle and Ace if they’d be willing to document the event. Sure enough, they pulled through in a big way. Both with a video and with a killer ride report which I’ll be posting later today.
For now, check out this awesome video Ace edited of he and Kyle’s footage from the ride.
Cadence shows us how early to bed = early to shred with this new Airflow kit video spot.
Kyle over at Tracko has a whole lotta new stock in his shop, just in time for payday. His Splinter Camo Bibs and Warmers match the new Teardrop camo cap and yeah, those Ramblin’ Rolls are in stock (for 3…2…1…).
Also, finish your ride with a COKE!
In stock now at Trackosaurus Rex.