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  • kris
    August 9th

    It’s no secret that Addison Zawada is a beast on anything with two wheels. This new jam from State is a step above however with him pushing his Thunderbird CX to the limit on some nice doubles. Smooth as hell hitting this line plus he sprinkles in a backflip for good measure.

     

     


    Devin Armstrong
    July 24th

    This past weekend Resistance Racing TrackX Summer was held in Sacramento, California for their second race of the series. I had the opportunity to work with resistance racing to create a very fun and eventful weekend for the sacramento locals and out of towners.

     


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    Angel Perez
    April 8th

    After yet another 9 to 5, Ronnie’s Specialized Crux swept the roads clean. Passing through the canals and finally reaching the dirt roads of Hazel, the Crux eased effortlessly. The pathways were firm yet technical and tested this beauty to its potential. Around nightfall, swarms of (Zika infested?) mosquitos painfully welcomed us by the river. It was then, we realized it was time to head out with the Crux leading ahead.

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    kris
    March 22nd

    Track bikes and dirt are so hit right now…this is exactly why. That Campy equipped 70’s Viner track is too damn cool too!

     

     


    kris
    March 19th

    For a brand on the up & up like Squid it doesn’t get much more exclusive than a collabo with street artist Goomba. With roots already in cans a la spray.bike, Squid is no stranger to the art of can control in making something great. Being a Sacramento local has nothing to do with the continued appreciation for the art of their cross bikes…click through for the whole set!

     

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    kris
    February 21st

    With a long weekend we decided some deep puddles and a steady onslaught of rain were more than overdue. As we work on the new direction of the site rides like these are crucial to narrowing things down. They also serve for a great day out ripping up some mud and water…

     

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    kris
    January 24th

    Tracklocross has been big this season and this edit from Mud Max is easily the most “interesting” take on coverage. Safe to say the Italian fixed scene knows how to have fun…

     

     

     


    kris
    January 18th

    After sweet tracklocross event here in Sac I knew this SF gathering would be just as fresh. Prior obligations kept me from making it out so this bit from the Turf dudes hit the spot. Good to see some familiar faces out there ripping and the course for this one looked beyond fun. This was a fundraiser for this years Westside Invite in Oakland which is bound to be worth hitting up!

     


    Angel Perez
    January 18th

    Over the Summer, my girlfriend and I took a road trip through the Grand Canyon and towards Durango, Colorado. Upon arrival at our campsite in the Grand Canyon, we decided to ride along the North Rim.

     

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    Devin Armstrong
    December 20th

    Adam Seavers and I just threw one of the best Tracklocross races to ever come to Sacramento. Such a great turnout for just a race scrapped together by a couple of kids trying to get their fixed gear community doing a bit more than just riding around spot to spot drinking and doing fixie tricks. (Even though we love fixie tricks)

     

    Tracklomento consisted of a quarter mile dirt trail alongside the American river just right behind the Blue Diamond Almond factory. 10 Laps, 18 riders and a ton of shredding to beheld.  Besides all the fun dirt trails and puddles the racers had to bomb through on Track bikes, they also had to maneuver around a gnarly hobo camp towards the end of the course. After awhile the hobos weren’t too happy with us but by then the race was all finished up.

     

    Our winners were: 1st Jean Padilla (TCB Courier), 2nd James Newman (Macaframa), and 3rd Jonathan Jones! It was a vicious battle between Jean and James, as James was first to shoot right through the hole shot and create a huge gap. According to the racers there was a huge crash that held back many competitors and pushed james newman even further away from the pack. The breakaway was held for majority of the race by James, but Jean didn’t let the distance break his focus of winning. Watching Jean hunt down James was marvelous sight as if i was watching a ferocious lion hunting its prey.

     

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