The Shred N Shed Pool Tire is tough and grips well on all surfaces—perfect for the rigors that Tate Roskelley puts a tire through. A unique feature of the Shred N Shed is the second colored layer which is slowly revealed from the wear of riding.
Numerous electrical boxes, a metal cage, the side of a building, and more… Albert Mercado applies his GT Safe Street PC pegs all over downtown San Diego. The Safe Street pegs are 110mm (4.3") long, weigh 4.94oz./each, feature laser-etched GT logos, and come ready for 14mm axles with 10mm adapters.
The mountainous landscape of the Salt Lake City area has resulted in a wealth of massive rails, huge gaps, and unforgiving setups for generations of SLC riders to conquer. Today, Tristen Cooper carries the torch—seeking out and sending it in true SLC fashion. We present to you, Tristen Cooper, in Utah Territory.
From conception to execution, and all of the trials and tribulations along the way, 11 hours and 236 tries later, Tate Roskelley’s Quarantine Contraption was a reality. Here’s a behind the scenes look at the entire process. Safe to say, Tate has a lot of patience!
While laying low at home watching videos to pass the quarantine time, Dan Conway has been getting inspired to try some tech combos on his new driveway spine ramp. Despite Dan’s reputation as a gnarly rail boss, the dude can and will ride anything you put in front of him and it’s been awesome to see him hone in his transition skills over the last few years.
Forget experimenting in the kitchen, Tate Roskelley took his stay at home creativity to the next level with his Quarantine Contraption. The Quarantine Contraption is a complex machine comprised of random household items including a broom, mop, step ladder, Slinky, and a few things very specific to Tate's house, including a traffic cone, street signs, and two GT BMX bikes.