Grime TV Vol. 03 – Scrambled Eggs


Prolly: Here’s the third installment in the Grime TV series. Expect clips from Wonka, Mike, Oscar, Torey and Anthony.


Mission Workshop: VX Rucksack AP Series



Prolly: Mission Workshop gave me the heads up on their new VX Rucksack from the AP Series. You won’t find a link to this page on the site just yet though so read up:

“Featuring the Arkiv® closure system

The AP Series Sanction rucksack features the Arkiv® closure system and is made with a 1000 denier VX Cordura ripstop shell backed with a PTFE waterproof membrane. In addition, the Sanction is lined with a lightweight VX70 ripstop liner. All of which resulting in an exceptionally durable and beautifully constructed barrier to the elements.

The AP Sanction also features YKK urethane coated zippers, waterproof materials, an internal frame sheet and an optional waist belt. A large zippered pocket fits laptop computers such as the 15in MacBook Pro, 13in MacBook Air, or iPad. Five other pockets and compartments round out this versatile pack. Made in the USA with a lifetime warranty.”

reviewed the Sanction a few weeks ago and with all the high-end additions to it, I’d say this is worth the pricetage of $279.

Leo Furmansky: Dennis Hicks Volume Photoshoot

Photo by Leo Furmansky

Prolly: Leo shot a ton of photos of Dennis back in February for Volume and he’s just now uploaded them. Out of all the fixed freestyle and portrait photos, this one stood out to me the most. You get a real sense of what it’s like to ride with friends from just one photo. Nice one dude. Check the rest out here!

Matt Montoya’s Fakie Wheelie Bar


Prolly: Pretty self-explanatory but not many can do these besides Jensen. Solid progression Matt!

Beautiful Bicycle: My Fully Loaded Geekhouse Woodville




Prolly: To ease my recent anxiety about this trip, I decided to pack my Geekhouse Woodville up with everything I’ll be bringing with me and riding it down to the Town Lake trails. I really just wanted to feel how she rode before I began to overhaul the bike tomorrow. As it sits there, is how I’ll be riding it, minus the clipless pedals of course. The addition of the Salsa Bell Laps, Sram XO and 12-36 cassette were the last changes I had to make. Everything’s dialed in and ready to roll!

Now I have to break it down and pack it up before Thursday morning. I arrive in Portland on the 18th, do a little project with Embrocation and roll out of town on the 22nd. From there, I’ve got till September 6th to make it to SF for my flight back to Austin. Wish me luck!

Rapha Continental Moots Factory Tour


Prolly: Ever wonder where those lovely Moots frames come from? Watch this video asRapha tours the Moots factory. Seriously, can we have more videos like this? So rad.

Meet Woody of Golden Saddle Cyclery


Prolly: Pat put up a video of Golden Saddle Cyclery‘s Stars and Stripes toting mechanic superstar Woody! Don’t miss this one.