Knuckles are turning white on this one. But in life, it's all about choices. Some new ones have been made and I'm deciding to part with my 1968 Triumph Bonneville. It has been lovingly cared for and is available on eBay. Good luck!
Our minds are blown. FMX rider Robbie Maddison has not only pushed the boundaries of what can be done on a motorcycle, he has completely shattered them.
"DC presents Robbie “Maddo” Maddison’s “Pipe Dream,” giving the world a chance to witness history being made as Maddo rides his dirt bike on the powerful and iconic waves of Tahiti. From his helmet to motocross boots, Maddo was dressed for FMX when he took his dirt bike into the unchartered saltwater terrain of the Pacific Ocean in French Polynesia.
For nearly two years Robbie has been focused on making surfing on his motorbike a reality. His efforts paid off in Tahiti, where he rode the world famous waves at Teahupoo and Papara."
Welcome to Swing Arm City.
Camp4 Collective coming in hot (literally) with some great drone work in the desert.
Caineville, Utah, often referred to as "Swing Arm City," looks as though it was made specifically for dirt bike shenanigans. Aaron Brimhall, Kevin Bennett, Johnny Bones, Justin Cox, Patrick Schooler, Jamie Hashimoto, Renan Ozturk, and the rest of the crew have certainly cemented this one on the "must visit" list.
By Kevin Bennett + Renan Ozturk
Edited by Renan Ozturk + Kevin Bennett
Produced by Aaron Brimhall + Kevin Bennett + Renan Ozturk
ALTA Camera Op - Soren Jenson
ALTA Pilot - James Jensen
ALTA Aerial Assistant - Erica Hadden
ALTA Tech Ninjas - Jeff Scholl + Victor Lee
Chef, AC, Jack of All Trades - Rudy Lehfeldt-Ehlinger
Chase Driver + Edit Booster + Saint - Taylor Rees
Beer Assistant - Jack Rees
Key Heckler - Matt Christesson
Damian Garcia AKA “Jonny Bones"
Jamie Hashimoto AKA “Kill Meow”
Justin Cox (MX)
Patrick Schooler (MX)
SkySight Motion Cinema
Skip Armstrong + Anson Fogel + Tim Kemple + Nick Wolcott + Matt Irving
Three years ago today, we huddled around Adam’s computer, so wide-eyed, having just put together our very first issue. None of us were born from publishing and we’d just built an entire magazine issue. Issue One.
And then it was time. You know the time. It chases you around your apartment and stares you down like the phone call to the girl.
Will anyone buy a copy?
Will they like it?
Are we nuts?
Can we support our futures doing this?
Can we write worth a lick?
We reminded each other that it seemed good things come about when you’re trying to fill a need in your own life. We wanted this magazine.
So it’s our birthday today.
We’ve made it this far. A big thanks for sticking with us as we figured out what the hell we were doing. For actually buying the magazine, subscribing, and reading. For following us every day here.
Help us keep going if you believe in more years to come. We’d be so gracious if you decided to support us and grabbed a print subscription today. Our digital subscriber base still outpaces print, but in my opinion, print is where it’s at. It’s that slow cup of coffee first thing that tastes like nothing else.
Thank you to all for your support!
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