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  • Stealers Wheel Mill!

    The annual Winter Welcome Jam in Pittsburgh’s Wheel Mill was another congregation of bicycle smiling awesomeness- check out these photos from Murphy Lee Moschetta for further proof!

  • Thank you and enjoy…

    A few photos from an Art Show with Steve Crandall in Richmond Virginia at the Cut and Bleed Studio! Video By Kaleb Bolton, Brick Construction by Creson Dude!

  • Drinking Black Coffee

    “Drinking black coffee, staring at the wall…” Check out this Video by Kenny Hoton as well as photos from an Art Show with Steve Crandall in Ithaca Ny at the GrayHaven Motel

  • A Black Flag

    I stepped onto the runway of the somewhat rustic airport in Djibouti, with Rooftop right behind me saying ‘Welcome to Fuckin Africa’ – as I quickly learned the reality of my new surroundings, The whole trip had been in inhospitable climates, this would be the most extreme of it. It was the middle of the… Continue reading

  • Motor Hotel

    After A long drive, it’s the kind of place, like an oasis, or a mirage in the desert, that just reached out to you – Motel Vacancy- twenty nine dollars for the night, on a dimly lit well worn billboard to the right of the highway. It’s the kind of place you find in West… Continue reading

  • Killin Dreams…

    A couple moments from the fifth annual Maiden America tour, captured by Travis Mortz…

  • Ramplified

    Group efforts yield the best results… DIY doesn’t mean by yourself. This photo essay FBM DIY World Championships at Powers Bike Shop in Richmond Va. says plenty about that! Shot by Matt Hovermale!

  • Pure Fun Keep

    PFK – Pure Fun Keep from Phil Jackson: Photo / Film on Vimeo. The spot is no longer, but this video Honda Shozu’s PFK (Pure Fun Keep) “Skate Support Center” is amazing- “He discusses his motivation for building this mysterious concrete wonderland and his stoic philosophy of sacrifice and challenge.” By Phil Jackson.

  • The Doll

    Today. A postcard was all it took. A postcard and a thirty-five cent stamp. And an apology. Written in any type of script of her choosing. In blue ink, in black ink, or even in red ink. All she had to do was say “I’m sorry for what I said.” It had helped so many… Continue reading