All posts in Videos

  • Chrome Motor Series – Chrome Industries & See See Motor Coffee Co.

    FULL LENGTH: Chrome Motor™ Presented by Chrome Industries and See See Motor Coffee Co. from Chrome Industries on Vimeo.

    Slightly late on this one, but the first time I saw this short film from Chrome Industries & See See Motor Coffee Co. I couldn’t stop laughing. As a promo for the Chrome Motor Series, this quickie is nothing short of spectacular.



  • A Snapshot of Bike Recycle Vermont

    Here’s a great short piece looking into Bike Recycle Vermont, what they do and the people in the community they’re connecting with. Shout-out to my old roommate and good friend Dan Hock! Miss you guys…and Vermont.


  • Creating The Sea Rambler by Geoff McFetridge

    This is incredible.

    Geoff McFetridge is easily one of my favorite artists and this video shows exactly why I look up to him; always learning, always trying something new and never thinking something is too absurd or out of reach to achieve. If you’ve seen the drawings of The Sea Rambler, you’re in for a real treat right now.

    During the 3-4 times I watched this video, I kept thinking to myself “Man, I’d love to be doing stuff like this one day…” So, thank you Geoff for the constant inspiration to be a lifelong learner, and thank you to Farm League for telling the story so beautifully.



  • Mike Giant & Cinelli

    The guys at recently had the pleasure of hanging out with legendary tattoo artist and illustrator, Mike Giant, out at his Colorado studio. Here’s a short where they discuss the Cinelli RAM carbon handlebar collaboration and touch on his history of working with Cinelli.

    Have a look at this short and be sure to see a few stills below.


    Continue reading “Mike Giant & Cinelli” »

  • Push Media: In The Hai

    Some buddies of mine back in Shanghai at Push Media just released their latest short, In The Hai, showcasing some of the city’s most prominent skate spots, day-to-day street life and Chinese culture.

    The video was directed by Jonathan Lim, Kristian Kvam Hansen and Charles Lanceplaine, and features the skateboarding of Gustav Nyman, Jay Meadow, Johnny Tang, Dan Leung, Chris Bradley and Elliott Zelinskas.



  • Cadence Raw Cycling Denim Jeans

    cadence raw cycling

    There’s nothing like a good pair of jeans, especially a pair that gets better and better with age; queue up the Raw Cycling Demin from Cadence. Now if you’re like me, you’re always on the hunt for some durable pants that can withstand the abuse from daily riding, yet also stylish enough to grab a drink with the lady. I think I’ve found just the pair…

    Cadence is the originator of cycling denim before there was a trend in the urban market.  Dustin Klein, designer, artist and ex-messenger created Cadence in San Francisco in 2003 and has been deeply embedded in the cycling culture since the early days.  The brand has continued to attract a dedicated following due to the no nonsense, progressive approach to design and manufacturing product with purpose in the USA.

    Cadence Raw Cycling Denim has been built from over five years of design and testing. Features include Kabiao stitch inseam for durability, double back pockets for riding with a lock, reinforced seat, reflective back label for visibility, 2% stretch for mobility, tapered cuff for riding to avoid rolling up pants, custom hardware and Raw Denim that is manufactured in LA, CA.


  • PIG RODEO Featuring David Graf

    This is easily one of the raddest things I’ve seen in a while. David Graf is known as a BMX professional, but don’t think for a second that his bike control is limited to a 20″ wheel. Here’s David ripping a NICOLAI Argon Fat Bike, the complete opposite of what’s normally under him. Who said pigs can’t fly? Fat bikes are the funnest.


  • I Was A Skate Rat – Drew Miller

    It’s not everyday that a 4-minute clip leaves such an impact on me. Really. With our dwindling attention span and constant search for instant gratification, it’s hard to filter the noise and let something to speak to you.

    I’ve been a skateboarder for 17ish years now. I’ve had many skate friends come and go; sheesh, I even gave it up for 4 years during high school since most of my friends had stopped skating. I never regretted this decision (not too much) because it allowed me to race bicycles full time – another part of me I can’t let go of and never will.

    The reason I even made it to China was thanks to skateboarding. I met some of the most pivotal people in my life through mutual love for a wooden plank with urethane wheels. Seriously. I’ve traveled alone, only to come home with new friends in new places…again, thanks to skateboarding. I’ve had some of the best times out here in China with friends I can barely communicate with, all because we share a love for something bigger than all of us. I don’t mean to nerd out like this, but this short film by Drew Miller really moved me and helped me to realize how fortunate I am to have taken this path in life.

    To me, this short is more about who skateboarders are and not what they do. Skateboarders are accepting. It doesn’t matter what you look like or how you skate…it’s about the love. It’s about knowing you can go to any city and easily connect with others, even if you can’t speak the language. It’s something not many people understand or ever will. Thanks to Drew Miller for helping tell the story countless people share around the world.