Sad news, Mark Burnett is moving on to new opportunities. Mark is one of the most talented and determined riders I've met, and it's been a treat seeing him come into his own over the past five years and establish himself as a true force in modern-day BMX. Mark's been a big part of Sunday for a long time, and we're bummed to lose him but excited everyone will still get to watch him be just so ridiculously dialed over at his new spot, which he'll be telling you about soon. Everybody at Sunday wishes Mark nothing but the best.
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Bay Area fire courtesy of Bob Randel and the Format Error squad. Thanks to a soundtrack by Oakland's DJ Fresh and the spliced in bits of found footage Turf Talk achieves that unique style that's synonymous with the Bay.
Welcome to Mark Burnett's Field Notes. A new record of what it is like to travel with Mark and what happens along the way. Here are some words from Mark himself: "For those of you who don't know, which I assume is most, I used to make iPhone style web videos for my own YouTube channel. Basically they were just a regurgitation of anything I had on my camera roll, dumped over top of a Juicy J or Meek Mill song. With Instagram having video capabilities, it's been a while since I've made a video like this but it's definitely something I still enjoy doing. I wanted to bring it back, and so I did. Here's the first edition of Field Notes, a log of all things Mark. This one is from the 3 weeks I spent in Barcelona during late January through early February staying on Simone's couch. Enjoy!"
Vans pays tribute to over 50 years of “Off The Wall” design history by releasing theAnaheim Factory pack, a collection of Classic silhouettes that draws inspiration from the original footwear produced in Anaheim, Calif. When Vans opened for business in 1966, a 400 sq. ft. retail store was connected to the front of the production factory, which sold a handful of simple canvas footwear. Today, Vans calls upon those early styling cues to release a modern update to Vans Icons as a part of the ongoing Classics “Not Just One Thing” campaign.
Every design element within the Anaheim Factory pack could be dated back to the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. Style numbers are used to signify the original design mold of three footwear models – the