America ReCycled!

 We are brothers Tim and Noah Hussin, and America Recycled is a film following our two year bicycle journey across the American South. In addition to documenting our own experience on the road, we live with and film modern homesteading communities that creatively challenge conventional wisdom regarding production, consumption, land development, and community. During the first half of the journey, a collection of video, photography, and writing was produced that is available for free at A feature-length film is now under production, with its premier scheduled for January 2014. We are trying to raise $12,000 to assist in post-production costs and travel expenses to collect missing footage in New Orleans. Any money we raise in excess of our goal will go toward paying other production costs and festival submission fees…

Continue reading and get involved…HERE!

There will also be a free screening of the film at Velo Cult in Portland, OR on April 4th…so go check it out and show your support for this awesome project.

Love this photo and this TEE!


“I am unexperienced at graphic design to say the least, but I found this beautiful image that John Watson took at the Tour of California in 2012. This dude looks like he is straight out of the 70’s. I couldn’t believe it: the type is so perfect, everything really in this photo is perfection. Instantly, I thought “Bro Cycling Team” has to be done. Created a lil hunting target style emblem up front and you have the first shirt for Shred Club. We will be doing more products by partnering with some of our sponsors and can’t wait to share them with you. Pick up one of these shirts quick because you know they will go FAST!”


If it’s good enough for Tyler…it’s good enough for me! Anybody now what image he is talking about?

Nice Milan-San Remo Print!


Today (17th March) saw a truly epic edition of Milan – San Remo, the longest of all the great one-day classics.

Snow caused chaos, freezing the peloton and leading to the race having to stop to avoid the snow-bound climbs.

The riders rolled into San Remo with epic tales of the extreme conditions. As Robbie Hunter said to David Millar “when my left eyeball froze, that’s when I lost my shit”.

So, inspired by this brutal, special day, I’ve created this special edition, drawn on the day of the race in honour of those who survived.