Posts Tagged ‘Mudfoot’
Cloud Burst is one of my favorite rides I’ve ever done and was greatly responsible for my changed opinion on riding in Los Angeles. To this day, I still talk about it nonstop. If this daunting ride is too much for you to take on solo, the guys at Mudfoot are organizing the Hump Hundo, a group pedal up to Cloud Burst on May 5th.
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With all the SxSW madness engulfing the town, I’ve been hitting the roads in the morning and the trails late afternoon. All the while preparing for the Mission Workshop trip to Taiwan and China. There’s plenty of radness coming with that next week but for now, I’m just glad I had the time to ride.
Photo by Jordan Clark Haggard
I don’t follow a whole lot of Tumblr accounts but one in particular has been a favorite since Kyle introduced me to it last year. Jordan Clark Haggard’s photography is really great and his blog, the Blue and Red has some amazing photography from in and around Los Angeles. This photo in particular made me miss LA. Vinny’s Barber Shop, Mudfoot and that #LightBro.
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For many of you, cross season is now over and for other’s, there’s maybe one or two events before Louisville. I just wanted to say congrats to all my friends who had stellar performances this year. The Mudfoot team really kicked ass in SoCal and I can only wish them the best of luck next season. Here’s to getting off on the right foot.
I love the old Somerville-era Indy Fab bikes from the early 2000′s. When I walked past this beaut at the Golden Saddle Cyclery Champagne Brunch, I stopped in my tracks and immediately began to look it over. Who on Earth had such style? Turns out, it was Cole. Big surprise there. You’ll recognize this mustache’d face from a lot of the Rapha imagery and videos. I’ve spent some time hanging out with Cole but had never seen this steed.
After shooting a few photos of it leaned against a wall, I got Cole to take it out into the street for some 50mm lens love. Man, what a looker!
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