Some great night visuals in this new series coming out of Brazil. From what I could gather from the translation they’ll be documenting a group of cyclists and their life by bike down south. This surely had me itching for some late warm night rides and the coming episodes. Click through for a cool “the making of” piece then hit Sanscorso for more on the crew!
Juice Studio has been on a roll with the content out of Sao Paulo. Hard to beat a night ride in the city with the friends. I’ve been thinking of a place to trip to early next year and those street are definitely looking prime…
Carina from Sao Paulo sent this over to me over the weekend and it needs some love. I dig getting stuff in my inbox from around the world! This is especially cool as it take a look at Liga Feminino de Bike Polo…or the Female League of Bike Polo down in Brazil. This video came out pretty damn good all around. Filming, editing, angles and music are all prime. Good stuff and thanks for shooting this to me!
You can bet we’ll be seeing a ton more polo stuff as the weather warms up. There are plenty of people out there who hit the court all year round but once that sun starts kicking people come out of the woodwork. Check this one from down in Sao Paulo…nicely shot and edited. Weather looks amazing and how cool is that to be able to play in such a busy park?! Dig this. Summer is on its way!
This is way cool! 1300km is a nice little trek. Check the ride description below…sounds like a way fun trip.
“Six friends gathered with the idea of making a trip documented on video from Sao Paulo to Porto Alegre.The route will be 1,300 km and divided into 10 stages (each stage, a day trip) to be covered in the best possible time. Taking advantage of the charts, they intend to promote events and workshops in major cities wherever they went (among them São Paulo, Curitiba, Blumenau, Florianópolis and Porto Alegre).”
When you spend as much time on the internet as is do (granted with school and other happenings in the past couple weeks I’ve been a bit absent :/) you find yourself talking to some people regularly. Pablo Gallardo is just one of those people. He’ll email me questions about products, info on what hes doing and links to share for the projects hes in on. He’s got one of the sickest things I’ve seen that just opened up not to long back…Tag and Juice…and he kept me updated on the progress. Such a sick idea to actually get going…a lifestyle shop, cafe, and gallery with a huge focus on the fixed scene. Brazil has something good rolling for them down there. Check the Tag and Juice opening and swing by if you ever find yourself south of the equator.