These backpacks are rad. The Alpha is designed after an assault pack Bill Bryant (Snafu-ace) used in Iraq and loved. The insides are lined with bright materials so you can see your shit in low light conditions. The Alpha also has a separate gear stash pocket for putting shit like sweaty pads in. All small pockets are lined with soft fleece so it won't scratch your phone, iPod, dildo, whatever. You could do a 4 day trip in this pack no problem. The smaller one is more suited to typical school boy operations, but has a secret fold down flap on the back perfectly suited for holding toiletries and such, in case the school boy wants to run away from home. Flip-down water bottle pockets are kind of trick and of course both bags still feature the SNAFU grips as the handles.
The newest stuff we have that we really need to let people know about is the new safety gear. Might not seem very exciting until you actually see and wear these things. We put a substantial amount of work into each piece. The idea behind the stuff was that we needed to combat complete bikes that are coming with great parts for $250. Equipped as well as they are from the factory, riders don't need as many upgrades as they used to. So, while we are working on the evolution of wearable items like tires and grips, we decided to make some pads (Something that doesn't come on that new $299 MirraCo bike already). The pads are super slim and have removable hard cups. The sock-like material was lifted from a Nike volleyball or soccer knee pad.
Yo dudes I'm out on Warp Tour right now, met Up with Rat Sult & X- Corps crew N San Diego, we shot an interview 4 a feature on tha show then on my day off from tour we shot N tha backyard rippin', enjoy tha pics & peep tha amount of xposure X-Corps gets. Stay cool1 Much luv, THorne Biker-N-Black Yo dawg's what Up? I recently shot 4 DRAVEN SHOES 4 a postcard/ signin' card, here's tha result, have a good day! Much luv, THorne Biker-N-Black
Birmingham, August, 2006NASS 2006: Britain’s biggest freesports event of the year took place last weekend at the Birmingham NEC, with shows and contests in BMX, Skateboard, Inline and Freestyle Motocross. The Braun cruZer Spine returned to NASS for the second year running in order to host the second round of the Braun cruZer Tour, fresh from the first round held at the Suzuki BMX Masters one week earlier. The 12 competitors impressed everyone during Saturday’s qualifying, laying down huge runs of massive and technically difficult tricks.
-The first range of products are in production now & will be available worldwide in September. Colony have also struck up a deal with Mirraco where Ryan Guettler's signature Unlucky13 Bars & Official Forks will be spec'd on Ryan's Limited complete bike as well as Colony's Oneway crmo pegs that weigh the same as titanium pegs!
-Colony BMX is proud to announce that Colony will be distributed in the following countries by some of the best BMX distribution companies out there:
The tenth anniversary of the KoNY was a good time and lots of good riding went down . Steve McCann takes home the bragging rights as the new King of New York! Many thanks to Danny Parks and the old school Mullaly crew and NYC parks department for hooking up this action packed competition. The pro class was a blast with the likes of Steve McCann who was totally killing the Mullaly park. Adrian Henderson from Colorado battled his way into second place and Jorge the "EAGLE" Jovel local Bronx native took third.
It is with great pleasure to announce that SE’s Javier Colombo is the 2007 U.C.I. Elite Men’s Pro BMX World Champion. The race took place this past weekend in Sao Paulo, Brazil on one of the best World Championship tracks to date. Javier rode strong throughout the day and qualified to the 8-man main event, beating out over 90 of the world’s best riders from over 20 different countries.
In the final, Javier had a great start on his PK Ripper Team bike and went into the first turn in 2nd place, just behind former National Champion, Randy Stumpfhauser (GT Bikes). Javier rode a strong lap and stayed within striking distance of Randy throughout the two pro sections and five turns. Coming out of the final turn, Javier charged hard and pulled up along side of Randy. With approximately 25 ft to the finish, Javier rode the final jumps with more aggression and passed Randy by a half of a bike length for the U.C.I. World Championships win!
If you would like to see the 45 second clip of Javier wining the main event, [url=http://www.martijnscherpen.net/2006%20UCI%20worlds/2006%20UCI%20worlds%20elite%20men%20final.wmv]click this link.[/url]
On August 5th there will be a BMX jam in America, Limburg. You see, America is the name of a town in The Netherlands so if you live in Europe and would like to DRIVE to America for some BMX-ing, that's possible. The location of the BMX spot is: Nieuwe Peeldijk, America. There will be some lakejumping going on too so let's hope the heat wave continues for at least Saturday August 5th. Join the fun.
MADISON, Wis., 2006 -Mongoose Bicycles proudly announces its partnership with the world's largest BMX and Skate Park, the SMP Park, as its exclusive bike supplier. Mongoose bikes will be offered as demo and rental bicycles to park visitors. A Mongoose retail sales plan at the park is also underway. "We are excited to provide Mongoose bicycles to the SMP Park," said Bruno Maier, EVP Marketing and New Business, Pacific Cycle, owner of the Mongoose brand.
Bert Jan Blok has finished his 18 minute BMX Masters video clip. The weekend was full of rad riding and the clip shows a lot of mini ramp riding and of course park. You can download the 57Mb video clip on his Q9 website by going [url=http://www.quarter9.nl/video4.htm]HERE[/url].