Good seeing you Crhis!


Images from…HERE and HERE!

If you didn’t know Crhis parties and you can go along for the ride…HERE and HERE!

For The Love of Mud!


Image from…HERE!

I love mud…but I really love this photo!

The Nature Boy!


Image from…HERE!

The song was first recorded by Nat King Cole on 22 August 1947 with a studio orchestra. It was released on 29 March 1948 and became a big hit beginning in mid-May, topping the Billboard Best Sellers in Stores singles chart for seven weeks.

The songwriter, eden ahbez (no capitals by his preference), had handed a “tattered piece of sheet music” to Cole’s manager backstage during a gig at Downtown L.A.’s Orpheum Theatre in June 1947. Cole began playing the song during live performances sometime between receiving it in June and recording it in August.

More on eden ahbez…HERE!

eden had style on the bike and you probably thought Grant Peterson came up with that all on his own!

New Balance Urban Cycling Sneaker!


Designed as an urban cycling shoe, the New Balance CM600C, 996C and CT700C have a traditional sleek silhouette, reflective laces and high-density rubber in the forefoot of the outsole to withstand miles of urban community. The CM600C offers a bootie construction for an easy on and off fit, as well as a neoprene tongue designed with a hidden pocket to safely tuck laces away from the gears. The CT700C hi-cut style has an ankle strap to wrap around long pants – allowing for swift, uninhibited pedaling. Both the CM600C and CT700C include new reflective laser-etched pattern pops on the upper.

Read more at The Radavist!

These look pretty JAMMING!

Messengers Style New York, 1990’s



I stumbled upon this book by accident about 7 years ago. I’d been living in LA for about two years and had just moved into the place that I live now. Tracko was in full swing and I was working at Orange 20. One morning I was walking home from breakfast before heading into work and stumbled upon a garage sale down the street from my house. After rifling through a few boxes of books with no luck, I was about to give up. Then I looked over and a women was holding this book, I was so bummed. I didn’t think anyone could let this treasure go after picking it up. I decided to wait it out anyways, after picking up a few more books and few chachkies she finally put it down. I jumped over a coffee table and ran across the garage and snagged the book.

At this time I was trying to share everything Track Bike, Messenger Culture, or Alt-Cycling that I could, but this book felt special. I wanted to scan it but I just couldn’t and today I’m super psyched I didn’t. Seeing this book on The Radavist gave me the same feeling today as it did when I first saw it at that garage sale 7 years ago. STOKED!

The whole Messengers Style New York, 1990’s book has been scanned…HERE!