Ahoy, the “Dan Banks” seat promo video is here. Combining his love for drinking tea and riding BMX bikes we stuck our creative brains together to create one hell of a seat. Dan’s art can be seen expertly embroidered throughout this classic design. Available in two colourways, with fatter padding for more comfort and protection.If you know Dan, you know how productive he is so maybe think about getting the kettle on and watching his “Seat Promo” Video now.
Dank Banks. Ban Danks. Whatever you want to call him, he has got to be one of the greatest engineering brains of the past century. DIG sat down in his lab to get all his scientific insights on his latest build and the Wethepeople Trigger frame, in his signature colourway, to be exact.
Trips are better with Dan Banks on them - fact (unless you have to sleep next to his incessant snoring). Last year we joined the Wethepeople UK squad for the first trip since the dreaded rona, and needless to say everyone was beyond hyped to be back on the road again. We decided to focus the camera on Dan for the day and what we came back with was poop chat, crashes, and a whole lot of jibberish.
A Day at Renfrew skatepark with Dan Banks.
Following up on his last two technical achievements, Wethepeople's Dan Banks (not on acid) cut loose with their genius new Hybrid Hub and got him to take us through the process of switching it from freecoaster to cassette. Just remember... "spread the boing".
The Procedure fellas from Glasgow journeyed south to London for a week in the big smoke and they rode with a massive crew of dudes along the way. Featuring clips from Dan Banks, Thomas Roulston, Sean Munro, Cain Martin, Luc Lynch-Rice, the Murky boys, WZA heads and heaps more. This is chockablock with good stuff.
Wethepeope AM Dan Banks goes in for this VX part filmed in the streets of Glasgow over the past year. Super tech UK street riding at it's finest.
Not even the Scottish winter can keep the Procedure dudes indoors. Luc Lynch-Rice spent the colder months following the likes of Dan Banks, Thomas Roulston and Guy Scroggie, documenting his friends and the city with his Super 8 cam in hand, and usually under the cover of darkness.
Just when you thought a northerner couldn't get any more north, Wethepeople's metal pegs fanatic and vegan sausage roll abuser Dan Banks made the move from Warrington, England up to the home of the main DIG HQ - Glasgow, Scotland. Dan rides any spot, whatever the weather so we've been bagging clips with him on various local sessions and cut them together for this piece.