After spending the last decade traveling back and forth from his home in France to Austin, Texas to visit. Maxime Bonfil is now full time Texan. Check out the 1st of a new 2 part series of Maxime's first few months here.
In 2015 Robbo was involved in freak accident which left him with a broken back. Not one to listen to the doctors after being told he'd never walk again. Fast forward to 2019, he's back and so is the Villij frame and bar.
It's been while since we had got some of the team together. It feels like even longer since we had new product... to celebrate the release of the new Comb frame. we sent Jeff Wescott over to ride with Robbo and Tom Russell. This video documents 10 days on the road with the guys.
A highlight reel from our of our 2018 video projects including brand new footage showcasing the diverse talents of the team. From the streets to the trails.
We are excited to formally introduce Tom Russell to the squad. Tom grew up under the influence of Roey and he's been on our radar for a while. So it feels right for us to support his talents and for him to become part of the next generation of Mutiny.
Meet Logan Penberg. This is Logan's debut project for us and we couldn't be happier to have him fly the flag for Mutiny Bikes.
Closing out the 'No Quarter' video project is Mr. Dylan McCauley. No surface is safe with Dylan's style of street riding. Pegs laid on everything in both directions.
Jeff Wescott's blend of street riding style has always been a creative force with a powerful style. Today we're happy to present Jeff's latest part from our new 'No Quarter' project.
Over the past several months Dylan McCauley & Jeff Wescott have been working on a new joint video project called No Quarter with Jeremie Infelise behind the the lens and on the edit.
Jeff Wescott Signature Comb Bar & Frame.
Comb Bar: 9.2" Rise | 30" Wide | 13 degree back | 3 degree up | "420 BAKED" Heat -treated