Time: 3:42:23 PM
Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Lens : 50mm
Brian Kachinsky’s bloody shoe print from our first Vans shoot in December.
With the Fly Bikes DIY aesthetic for transitions and spots, Ruben Alcantara and Sergio Layos set about creating the structures for the Coastin Adventure. Located at the new Fly Bikes studio, in the beautiful homeland city of Vigo, Northern Spain. The Makita was primed and the five feet transitions were cut and rode.The following short documents this afternoon.
Filmed on the Sony NEX-FS700Lenses: SEL18200 / Nikkor f/1.8 50mm1920 x 1080 HD / 16:9 / 240fps
Music: Dauwd – AndFrom the album: Heat Division Label: Ghostly International
Our boys out of France are back with another Frenchy’s Meeting. Frenchy’s is a distro out of France (duh) and they make it a habit to get their team out there and record the action. Sit back and watch Nico Badet, Joris Coulomb, Matthias Dandois, Maxime Charveron, Alex Valentino, Adrien Lecomte, Anthony Perrin, John Garcia and Ben Gea do their thing.
In addition, Lilian Conry was nice enough to contribute some photos from the trip:
It’s been 4 years since we have a crew meeting every summer. The idea was to spend great time together because we are really good buddies in life. Every trip, every year, the atmosphere is awesome, It’s a hell of a week, it became a meeting that we all expect.
This is also an opportunity to shoot pics for our new catalog and edit a video. This year we decided to make the trip in the north east of France. Where I was born and raised! Matthias Dandois, Max Charveron, Alex Valentino, Nicolas Badet, Anthony Perrin, Adrien Lecomte, Ben Gea, John Garcia and Joris Coulomb have well exploited the area. A mix of street, park, trail, cow, meadow and haystack!
I shot these pictures with my old dad’s film camera… A Nikkormat.
We’ve written down 100 random questions and assorted topics, all of which are unbeknownst to our victims. We will be asking people to pick 20 random numbers from 1-100 and then supplying them with those questions/topics to answer. Who knows what might come up!?!?!
Up next, is mysterious/kick ass videographer and rider, Richard Forne.
Click below to check it out. Thanks to Fez for the pic.
We’re psyched to premiere this feel good casual road trip video that Hoang Tran put together. It features riding from Hoang, Tom Perry and their boy Dylan along with all the fun stuff in between. This song will most likely be stuck in my head all day too.
This little trip I took with my friends Tom and Dylan was nothing more than an excuse to get out of town for a couple of days. We barely did any planning for this trip beside figuring out some key destinations. We decided to take a roadtrip up to San Francisco and do some camping along the way. There are two main interstates you can take to get to San Fransisco from San Diego. The fastest route, that’s up the 5 which takes about 7 hours with no stops, or you can take the 1 (Coast Hwy) which takes 10+ hours but filled with incredible views. For us, it was going to be about making good time, but for us now this is measured with the emphasis on “Good” rather than “time” and when you make the shift in emphasis the whole approach changes. So we went up the 1. The rest of the trip was based around this motto and many good times were had.
This video showcases some of the experiences on the way up and our short stay in San Francisco. Thanks to Tom for doing all the animation and helping with the filming; Erin Barker for her photography and letting us crash at her freshman college dormitory that housed a group named the sexy six…,Dylan for partying with the sexy six to levels of panty incineration.
Click below for some photos from the trip as well.