Throwback to summer, the Highway Patrol was out cruising the streets of Barcelona in order to provide the video-evidence necessary to showcase the true talent of our officers. The final evidence is now available for the public, so sit back and enjoy!
A trilogy of sorts. From Spyglass to Fictional Finalism, and now TAIF. Andrew Schubert's third full length from the streets of Vancouver is a 41 minute vibe of motivating spot usage, technical control, mastery of fisheye filming, and some progressive hammers. Enjoy...I know you will.
Hiroya Morizaki just started a new bike brand, Crown. He introduces the new sample that just arrived: "The first frame is based on Delta, which I used to design for Quamen Bikes, a California-based BMX frame company back in 2005, and improved the design suitable for the modern flatland needs." Hiro continues:"The fork is initially designed for the Garuda frame of Aresbikes but pursing as small a clearance as possible and shortens the length of the fork for the best possible usability at doing various types of tricks, front and back tricks, rolling, and spinning." Every detail of geometries results from numerous tries and errors over two years. Hiro will keep testing until the release, although the production schedule is still up in the air due to the COVID situation. Stay tuned!