The Rhino collective has some great prints for sale that you should checkout at: http://rhinocollective.bigcartel.com/product/
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Kent and his team at FTC really do some classy work for Western Edition. For those of you that don't know. Western Edition is a area in San Francisco that a lot of skaters lived in at some point while in SF. It's also a few blocks north of The Haight and the FTC / SFO locations. Check the Miles artwork... Kent you did it again much respect.
To celebrate Spike Jonze’s new film - based on Maurice Sendak’s children’s book - Where The Wild Things Are, Girl Skateboards designed five decks depicting characters from the movie. They’ve just arrived at Brooklyn Projects. Be sure to grab one quick if you’re interested. They won’t be around for too long.
Thomas Campbell Signed Skateboard Deck-Edition of 50
Thomas Campbell signed skateboard deck in edition of 50, all boards are signed and numbered by the artist. Due to the fact that the tails on these boards are so intricate each one had to be cut by hand making all of the boards slightly different from one another. We’ve done all of this in an effort to help a friend of ours earn money to help pay for expenses related to health issues. A very special thank you to Thomas Campbell, Russ Pope and all of our friends at Black Box for all of their help with this project. Please allow 2 to 4 weeks for delivery, probably under 2 weeks but sometimes we get a little busy. -Thanks
$200.00 w/ free shipping (for US domestic orders)
international orders contact for shipping rate.
Not only are fixed gear bikes dominating traffic congested city streets but they’ve also managed to weasel their way into fashion show and on runways. Track bikes have come a long way since their existence and this photo shoot illustrates that these bikes, which were once used predominantly by male cyclists, are finding more homes than ever before.
Wow.... So the previous post spoke of two BMX companies that I loved and one was SE racing... the other I did not mention was Hutch... I did not mention them because it was not relevent to my point. But as I research , I find my friend Keith Hufnagel has gone and done it again.... The Hutchnagel Fixie..... Gotta give Keith his props on the collabs.... Good going my man.
Remember back in the early 80's when Everyone was racing BMX bikes and ET commercialized it when they road the Kuwahara bike through the of the moon..... Well I was one of those guys who raced BMX, and I was pretty good I must say... I started out with a Schwinn Predator and graduated to a GT pro series... But there were two bikes that I couldn't let go of. One i've forgotten and the other still haunts my must have list.... The SE Racing PK Ripper!!!! They had the best team, the best bike, the best colorways.... way ahead of the curve. And now that i'm 37 years old and still skate, surf, snowboard and ride a fixed gear... They have done it again... the SEracing fixie...oh yeah!!!! Gotta love it... Check out both colors, sick!