Oh yeah… there’s a video for this project too!
Prepare yourself for over three minutes of bowl jamming and Red Fang! Thanks for sharing this video Steve!
I’ve been stoked on this project since first posting about it! Now you can rent or buy the 11-minute documentary Hunting for Monsters at Vimeo!
“Lake Iliamna, Alaska’s largest lake, is home to many native communities, the worlds largest sockeye salmon run, potential site of the controversial Pebble Mine and the elusive Lake Monster – Illie. On a hot mid-July, Bjørn and Brent were deposited to the far shore of Cook Inlet in a landing craft cargo ship and began their human powered journey through Iliamna country to Bristol Bay, hoping to catch a glimpse of the illusive creature and slice of Alaska where monsters can still roam free.”
I used to love Wolf Drawn’s Kvlt Klips and was sad to see that series come to a stop, but after seeing the trailer for Stay Strapped, it’s rad seeing Matt take on a rather large project, highlighting some of the most creative FGFS riders out there. Pick up a copy of Stay Strapped at Wolf Drawn!
How about some East Coast MTB racing?
It’s rad that Carson lives in Austin. I need to get over to his shop!
“Carson Leh has been making custom leather bicycle seats and cycling accessories for 4 years. He started in 2010 recovering torn BMX saddles and in 2013 he founded Leh Seats. He not only manufactures leather bike saddles and handle bar tape, but has recently branched out with new leather goods such as Macbook cases.
He produces small production run leather goods for contract in the USA. Filmer Brian Chace of www.chaceproductions.com visited his Austin based workshop this winter to speak with him about his work and inspiration from brogue wingtip dress shoe and boot making. This short film shows the process of one of his custom made BMX seats. Each BMX seat is guaranteed for life against tears. You can find him at www.lehseats.com or on Instagram @lehseats.”
Check out this 4.20 limited edition kit from the guys at State.
Here’s a new company trying to bust into the made in the USA merino apparel scene. It’s a Kickstarter but if this brand makes it, I’ll be buying some gear. Now just make a crew neck!
“When one carries out an action, that reaches a bad result, then one repeats the same action several times, expecting a better result– one is a little-insane monkey, no?” – Voltaire
Sometimes you need to change how you do things to put yourself on the top step of the podium.
Eddie Masters does just that.