Photos by Jesse Carmody
I know I already posted about Woody’s Team Dream Team shirts last Friday but this weekend, Jesse Carmody got creative with the TDT water bottle photo shoot and I had to share these photos!
“The red, white and blue bobcat t-shirt & purist bottle are here to commemorate Woody’s National Masters Championship, his commitment to the US Olympic Cycling program, and to support him for being an all around good guy.
100% of the proceeds from both the red, white & blue bottle and t-shirt will go to assisting him with his medical bills. Look cool and be rad at the same time!”
That’s totally rad Sean. Scoop up the bottle here and if you missed Woody’s All-City Thunderdome track, click here.
Today I’ll be honoring Memorial Day on my bike. Hopefully you’re doing the same. See you tomorrow morning.
Talk to anyone on the US Olympic track team and they’ll tell you that Woody’s one solid wrench. Not only that, but he holds down the repairs at Golden Saddle Cyclery and coaches in his part time. Bottom line, Woody’s one solid fella who knows his way around the velodrome.
After recovering from a MTB wreck, where he broke his femur and clavicle, Jeff from All-City set him up with an Thunderdome track frame to aid in his physical therapy. With a machine like this, no one would need any more encouragement to hit the boards. This was one of the first track bikes I’ve shot where the tires weren’t allowed to touch the ground, save for the photos…
Well, I didn’t really want the gold but these in-store exclusive Golden Saddle Cyclery bottles look great on my Geekhouse. They look even better a bit dirty and dusty. Pick one up now in shop because they’re already getting low on stock.
Photos by Kyle Kelley
I’m in Los Angeles today, en route for Santa Barbara and the ATOC tomorrow but before leaving town, I had to do a cross ride with Kyle. Some ups, just as many downs and a few spills made for a great ride. While my film sits in its canister, awaiting being developed, check out these two photos from Kyle’s Instagram. I forget how beautiful Los Angeles is, especially this time of year in the mountains. Nature is so metal.
Praise the Necronomicog.
Cloud Burst is my favorite ride in Los Angeles and last weekend, the Mudfoot and Golden Saddle Cyclery crew led a group ride up to and over the crest.
You know how it goes: these Golden Saddle Cyclery caps and bottles will sell out faster than…
For a new cap? Maybe not… At this point, US Customs could sample it and find bacteria from four different countries. Long live the magic of riding bikes.
Photo by Kyle Kelley
I hope to go “disappear” in the woods myself in an hour. GREAT photo Kyle! Miss you dudes.
Photos by Jesse Carmody
Kyle’s been so pumped on this project and I can see why. He teamed up with Endo Customs to design a riding vest. But let’s face it, there are already enough black riding vests, so he went with a WWII M90 Swedish splinter camo design. This weekend, he hired a male model to ride around in the woods and well, model the vest. Check out more information at Tracko! Save me one!