Another event I am bummed to miss. The Heavy Pedal is making moves and is poised to take over in 2014. I expect some big news to be coming out soon… I for one can’t wait and I have feeling 2014 is gonna be a good year for The Heavy Pedal. Huge congrats and good luck with new space, I’ll be visiting it as soon as I can. Stoked!
I am super bummed I am gonna miss this. Not only is Burro my bag sponsor, they have been supporting my Lord of Griffith race for four years before they started sponsoring my racing/ riding adventures and now we’re all one big family. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Huge props and Congrats for reaching 6 years and here’s to many more years of bucking the system!
Burro Bags and my dude JOB have out done themselves with the over winners bag for LOG V. Burro and JOB have produced the winners bag for the last four years of this race and I can’t be more grateful for it. Quality handmade bags, by awesome dudes in Florida. The best part is this year we’re matching the bag to the overall winners kit made by Endo Customs, look out for that! Two great companies making shit happen and I’ll see you guys tear legs off this Sunday!
Chrome has released a new line, BLCKCHRM and it looks good. The base material of the new BLCKCHRM series is Hypalon; which was originally created to meet the needs of U.S. Coast Guard rescue rafts. Hypalon will show wear, so however you thrash it or baby it, it will reflect that and you will know it’s your bag, by your use. Pretty cool.
Mission Workshop has launched Acre (Mission Workshop’s MTB Clothing and Portage Line) and I highly suggest you gp peep Acre’s new site and do some exploring. Great looking gear and amazing shots of said gear in action. The new site is killer and I wish our friends the best of luck with the new line.
While I was up north for the Westside Invite this past weekend, I took time out between events to head over to Berkley and get a tour of ILE’s production studio. I love going behind the scene’s and hearing the stories behind brands and seeing how they produce the products that are made and it was a real treat to visit Eric and get to know ILE a little better.