That rail hop peg slap on the wall… Jeff’s riding is creative and bold. Any video that includes peg chinks gets me hyped and the last clip happens to include one.
This filled up my lunch break nicely. I had a sandwich with Roasted red pepper Hummus, cucumber, avocado, lettuce, salt & pepper and hot sauce. WHAT!
This features Stevie Churchill, Broc Raiford, Dylan Stark, Liam Zingbergs, Brock Olive, Dillon Lloyd and Lana Del Rey, doing it for TCU.
Filmed/Edited by Tony Malouf.
I’m sure this has been everywhere already, but it’s too good not to post.
Here’s Tony Neyer’s latest edit in case you missed it. The goods.
A lot of people on the internet talk shit. Most of the shit talkers use fake names, sit at home and never do anything about the stuff they are talking shit on. Well, Adam Grandmaison, or as many of you know him as “Adam22”, is not that person.
Plagued with two straight years of injuries and nothing to do but talk shit on the internet, Adam decided to start a blog called The Come Up, because rather than posting comments and threads in other peoples forums, he wanted to create a voice of his own. After a quick three years, The Come Up has turned into what can easily be called the most followed BMX site on the internet, and Adam has positioned himself as one of the leading voices in the sport. Love him or hate him you can not deny the work Adam Grandmaison has put in and only respect what he has created.
So, I’m sure you’ve figured it out… Adam from The Come Up took over Defgrip and blasted it with is BMX content, while the Defgrip crew brought a bit of culture to TCU! We had a blast and I think my favorite part of the day was reading everyone’s comments… I grabbed a bunch off TCU, so check out what everyone on TCU had to day about our posts… Starting with the first comment on the first post of the day… haha!
The Come Up has a rad interview with Photographer and Graphic Designer Jared Souney covering everything from the magazine/web debate to twitter.
Matt from Rsrvs has some of the best Twitter updates out of anyone I follow (aside from Shaq). I started to update on Twitter sometime last year and I was real into it for a while, but just kind of got over it. I didn’t really get the whole idea, I wasn’t following many people and I didn’t have many friends on it at the time. But over the past month, I’ve been getting way into it. for the past three or so months, I was getting way more people following me and it seemed like I should give it another shot. One big thing was downloading TweetDeck, a desktop app that manages all your twitter updates, replies, direct messages, searches, etc…
It’s interesting to see how different people use Twitter. I know Adam from The Come Up is working on an update about all the BMX pros who are on Twitter and I’m pretty excited to see how that turns out. But Matt from Rsrvs uses it as a blog most of the time. Here and there he has standard updates about what he’s up to, but he mostly drops rad links. One that he posted last night was a link to an endless scrolling image blog titled But It Does Float. I’ve been saving images off the site all morning and thought I should pass on the link.
If you are on Twitter, check me out here. We are going to get a Defgrip account going soon, just trying to get the username “defgrip” from someone who’s squatting on it… If the person who has the name on twitter is reading this, hit me up! I’d be psyched to get the name from you!
Drake featuring Lil Wayne – Ignorant Shit
50 Cent – I’ll Be The Shooter
AZ – Life On The Line
Blood For Blood – City Boy
Mountain Goats – Heretic Pride
Belle & Sebastian – Seymour Stein
Against Me – Mutiny On The Electronic Bay
Shere Khan – Disappear
Hell Rell – Do It For The Hustlers
Thanks to Keith Romanowski for the pic.