Meant to post this last week, better late than never… recap video of the 3rd annual Wheels & Waves event host by the Southsiders. Biarritz (and that whole section section of coast) is a place I’d like to visit one day soon, tying that trip in with W&W might not be such a bad idea.
Ripping on track bikes, never not fun, Chas making it look easy on a classic SF proving ground.
Scotians Mike Bromley and Dean Petty show that classic logging style in the most chilleur of ways, vintage trucks and moves in the water, a really inspiring 4 min of surf filmmaking.
A true living legend in cycling, Brian Vernor goes for a spin on some California backroads and trails with Tom Ritchey and gets the breakdown on how Ritchey clears his mind and improves his products via gravel and dirt.
Shouts out to the homie Kai at Wheelies, a boss in the kitchen and a boss with his chops. Plus we have unintentionally matching bad tattoos.
‘No place like home. After giving up on the ‘Californian Dream’, Dean Petty returned east to the tight-knit scene of Cow Bay, Nova Scotia, a place he grew to love growing up. Desillusion Magazine presents ‘In Search of Dean Petty’, an exclusive short film by wild photographer Kealan Shilling. Shot entirely on Kodak Tri-X Super 8.’
As a Scotian boy who became a west coaster, I need to get back to my birthplace for a session someday soon – beautiful short by Desillusion.
Bless Captain Fin Co, these dudes have the right take on pretty much everything… skating how I like to skate, just better.
Straight out the forests of Finland, Konga Bicycles knows how to capture a feeling #crossiscoming