It’s getting festive on the innerwebz!

More Freewheelin’ Talk!

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Image from…HERE!

Funny this t-shirt walks into the shop the day after Freewheelin’ was shared with the world!

Raidō Rider Longsleeves!

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Longsleeve t-shirts are just about the best thing ever for Southern California and I’m really digging these ones!

Swoop…HERE!

The first Mountain Bike film ever made!

Well…that’s what Brian Vernor believes, so that is what I believe!

Here’s what Brian has to say about the film…

Hi friends, This has been a long time coming. I have held this secret for a long time and at this point I think there is no way to share this radical film other than to simply let it fly on the internet. In early 2010 I showed this film to multiple cycling media outlets in an effort to re-release the film, or to do an in depth profile on the man that as far as I know has made the first mountain bike film. the FIRST. This is a film. It is not a bunch of scrappy footage. Wolf Ruck made something beautiful and important, and then he moved on and made other films about other subjects. He was very humble when I approached him about his film FREEWHEELIN. He was even surprised anybody cared. What a shock to see this film for me. Besides the historical importance, the great vibe he transmits from the scene as it was back then, jamming soundtrack he co-ordinated, Wolf Ruck can likely be credited with the first urban POV shot in all of cycling. Plenty of people have made names for themselves simply from that shot alone. As a filmmaker I am greatly inspired by this whole film. Freewheelin is free. Please share.

YES! YES! YES!

If you wanna know where Keo got his moves in Macaframa, watch this!

Merckx Monday: Pamela Anderson

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The other day my buddy Mike from COSIGH asked if I had ever seen any photos from the shoot David LaChappelle did with Pamela Anderson for Playboy. The answer was no, so Mike said he’d send it over. He also told me that the envelope which he was sending the magazine in would be better than the actual magazine, and of course I didn’t believe him. I was wrong!

Who is that shredding the guitar?