For the Air Max fans out there.
Fans of BMX history and nostalgia rejoice! Brian Tunney just released a new project entitled “Larry’s Donuts is Dead”, which chases down spots from (older) iconic BMX photos/magazines and juxtaposes them with modern day pics. We caught up with Brian to learn more.
Click below for the Q&A with Brian, then go HERE to pick up a copy.READ MORE
Prior to the launch of BURN SLOW, the crew took a trip to New Orleans to gather content and bang out a video. The trip consisted of Adam Roye, Aaron Ross, Brett Silva, Bob Scerbo, Curly Mane, Devon Hutchins and Chase Hawk. Click below for some rad photos from the trip courtesy of Adam Roye, Devon Hutchins, Bob Scerbo and Kris Brock.READ MORE
Here is a roundup of some favorite photos from 2019. They include shots from a visit home to Catty Woods; a trip to Orcas Island; a road trip to Tahoe, Utah, and Boise shooting new projects and helping with the build at Woodward Park City for Alpine Bike Parks; scenes from here in the PNW; and probably my favorite thing to shoot – Swampfest, which I had published in Victory Journal, Issue 17: “Outliers” (2019). I also just released a zine called Groundbreaker commemorating the two Portland trail spots that were plowed. The original print run of 100 copies sold very quickly. I’m currently feeling out doing a second print run for those who missed out. Also hoping to build a new trail spot this year, and hence have some trails to shoot!
5 years ago… we interviewed Chris Hallman about the short lived, but much loved Tread Magazine.
Click HERE to read up.
Coming to you from São Paulo Brazil, photographer & rider Victor Frezza gives us a look into his city through various analog cameras.
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In early January, something by the name of BURN SLOW started circulating on BMX social media via stories and regrams, largely from Austin peeps. It was vague, but still seemed exciting. Naturally, we had heard some things, but I decided to go straight to the source for more info, Adam Roye.
Click below for the full Q&A with Adam, and be sure to follow BURN SLOW.READ MORE
Mike Netley has just put together a new zine under the Case brand, and was kind enough to send over a little sneak peek of it. If you’re not familiar with Case, click HERE for more on the previous issues.
According to Mike:
This new zine features photos from the past 4 years. From chilled sessions at the trails, to road trips through France and the USA and everything in-between. I might add there’s no words in this zine, minus photo captions.
Click below for a sneak peak inside the issue, then head HERE to grab the full deal (free shipping in the UK). You can also swoop a copy from the Source in Hastings and The Central Library. Also, should any shops want to stock this, then shoot Mike an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
Happy 2020! To help kick off the year, photographer Scott Marceau has contributed 20 of his favorite shots from 2019 along with the story behind each one for a new “Autophoto” feature. These selections feature a varied cast and subjects from all over the States.
Click below for the full feature and be sure to follow Scott on Instagram.READ MORE