As if Eighthinch wasn’t selling their Scrambler completes cheap enough as it is they’ve cut prices even more for you. For just $329 right now you can snag a complete Scrambler setup and hit the streets. These things come stocked with Eighthinch parts and adding up the retail of everything you’re definitely getting a deal. They’ve also made a nice little video showing you how to get your bike rolling once you get it. Peep that below!
If you’ve read the blog for any amount of time you’ll know I’m rather close with the dudes from Toro and often collaborate with them on events and such. Being that we’re all good friends and from the same little city of Sacramento we’ve decided to work together to bring yall some solid products as well as audio visual entertainment. Here’s the first significant post from the Toro blog as a taste of things to come. The dudes got this together for an event we had toward the end of last year and now we’d like to share it with everyone. Below is a little blurb I wrote for their blog and of course a solid little video that had a lot of time put into it…check the Toro spot out for more goodies!
For anyone that’s put the time into building up their own bike know’s that it can be quite the process. Deciding on components, sourcing the goods and finding the time to bring it together into a ridable rig can be exhausting. However, the payoff is well worth it when you’re riding around on something born of your own two hands.
Last summer Kevin decided to take the plunge and build something he’d be proud to be rolling on. Not because it looked flashy or cost a grip of money but rather for the fact that he himself made it happen. For anyone who knows what goes into building something like this we’d like to share it with you. For the rest of you…here’s a look into Kevin’s process and a look at a hot bike.
Not sure what it is but I think this is a pretty sweet build video. The music and animations are timed and done quite nicely with the video footage. Build came out looking pretty clean as well! Check Pedal Project for more info on what they do.