John Prolly is a name that is well known in the bike world but his most recent feature has nothing to do with bikes. For this I am thankful, not because I don’t like bikes or his usual posts but because this trip to the Frozen Apostle Island Sea Caves is…
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Love Life is the moto of Steve Fugate and his Trail Therapy. Steve lost his son to Suicide in 1999 and then suffered the fate of his daughter dying from a drug overdose a few years later. Since the passing of his children Steve has crossed America seven times by foot raising awareness about suicide, depression and spreading a positive message to love life. More than 34,000 miles later KorduroyTV caught up for chat an to hear more about his incredible story. If you’d like to see more and follow along with the journey you can on the WEBSITE or FACEBOOK page.
Native Land is a new project documenting the immediate surrounds of Cult riders. Dakota Roche takes you through his native Los Angeles with his mix of technical and big street riding, all bathed in the glow of the afternoon California sun.
Sometimes it’s nice to take a fresh look at familiar places and faces. Damaged Goods Zine got together with Rusty team riders Noa Deane and Jay Davies to explore the coasts of New Zealand, coming out with a clip that shines a fresh light on some more familiar places.
I sat there, watching him, this dead corpse, just saying goodbye to him, becoming friends with death. It makes life less scary. – Pontus Alv in Jenkem magazine. Read the full interview HERE
You say you want to see Nick Dirks’ shutdown part from Videograss’ ‘Last Ones’ but in a different way? Well luckily for you K2 Snowboards have done just that and it’s to the Misfits.
Style, originality and bike control are three things that come to mind when I think of Matt Roe. His new edit for Fly Bikes highlights these facts along with introducing you to his signature range of parts which embody two of the aforementioned qualities whilst hopefully enhancing the third for you.
Join us for another pilgrimage into the raw & uninhabited landscapes that have become a refuge for the EPØKHE creators. An external world of unearthly women, waves and industrial backdrops. The film takes a minimalistic approach inspired by the design and raw elements of the Epokhe 1.5 collection.