One of the ways we keep the lights on over here at the Radavist is I try to pick up as much commercial photography work as possible. A lot of which I won’t post here on the site but every so often, I get complete creative control and those shoots are always special to me. I will say when I do post the work here on the website you can rest assured I am not being paid to do so. I’m simply sharing because I’m really stoked on how these photos came out and this is a cycling website, right? This particular shoot covers a zone we haven’t shared much here on the Radavist, so everyone should get out and ride these trails if they have the chance! With that said, check out this Behind the Lens series featuring Giro’s new Manifest helmet in Simi Valley with Kathy Pruitt and Chris Akrigg…
New years usually mean new sponsorships and this year, Chris Akrigg bids adieu to Mongoose. Let’s look back at some of his most stunning lines from the past 12 years with the brand.
Trials rider Chris Akrigg begs the questions, is it Gravel? Is it Cyclocross, or Gravelcross?
Stop what you’re doing and watch the latest from Chris Akrigg as he showcases his skills in both the natural and manmade world.
Leave it to Chris Akrigg to make any bike look like a fun time!
Chris Akrigg gives us a look at his life so far as a mountain biker.
Chris takes on a beautiful trail network with his Tyax Pro 29″ Mongoose, all while injecting his trials skills and forming some fun lines.
As always, Chris delivers yet another stunning video, epitomizing bike control.
Following in a long history of cheeky drop bar trials videos, Chris Akrigg threw the Fox AX 40mm suspension fork on his Mongoose Guide and, well, did what Akrigg does.
Chris Akrigg takes us behind the scenes from the shoot of his latest video, As it Lies.
Just because it’s winter, doesn’t mean Chris Akrigg isn’t pulling together sick lines. Enjoy!
Cantis, no suspension and chrome everything doesn’t stop Chris Akrigg from shredding the new Mongoose ATB throwback jammer. I love the ledge drop to no-footed nose manny!
Chris Akrigg brings some trials-influenced riding to the trails in Yorkshire.
Chris Akrigg takes on yet another stellar route through South Wales, making MTBing look easy to us mere mortals.
The “other” trials dude, Chris Akrigg may not be scaling ridges on a carbon Santa Cruz, but he’s holding it down on a Mongoose fatbike just fine!
SO GOOD. SO FREAKING GOOD! Thank you Chris. Also brings up a good segue into that Thomson 27.2 dropper conversation…
I can only imagine the skill and creativity it takes Chris Akrigg to produce one of his videos. Check out his latest (that I missed because of Interbike) and don’t miss that tree ride!