Broc Raiford‘s Nautical seats are officially here and in high demand. We’re so stoked at how they came out and we can’t get enough of the seafaring theme Broc has been going with on his signature line, and apparently you guys can’t either. Hit up your favorite Volume dealer to pick one up, and check out the rest of his line while you’re at it: Vessel frame, Captain bar, Anchor fork, and Nautical tee.
2016 Volume complete bikes, including our District, Infantry, signature Broc Raiford, and 26″ Hessian are all available now at your local Volume bikes dealer.
For more info go to: http://volumebikes.com/bikes/broc-rai…
We’ve been hard at work on our new 2016 completes this year and they’re all dropping this July. We made a bunch of refinements to our current District, Infantry, 26″ Hessian and also added a signature bike for Broc Raiford. They look better than ever and made some improvements from the last batch that will be even more durable than ever before. The bike pages are up now and you can check out the full specs here now>>
On a mission for Krejmas and Broc enders we set off into the deepest depths of industrial Los Angeles as well as another undisclosed location to try to achieve said clips. The first spot ended up being a lovely police experience thanks to the random hero who thought we were loading stolen bikes into our van, and called. We got the ol’ wink wink nudge nudge from one of the nicer cops to drive around the block and return after his parter left…we took the bait. After getting really close to pulling it unfortunately Krejmas rolled his ankle pretty bad and we were forced to abort mission. Broc’s thing on the other hand went great…not to say is wasn’t a struggle for him, but still great. I’m really hyped on that clip especially because it has all the appropriate ender elements: great setup, great spot use/trick selection, flawless execution. Check out some photos from the day. CLICK TO EXPAND GALLERY.
Been pretty hyped on using a real camera that isn’t an iPhone and taking some blog photos. So, here’s a first hand look at what a typical Saturday out filming with us is like. We cut down a tree limb to mount a camera, made a lot of people cry on Instagram, filmed an amazing Platt clip, went on a few wild goose chases for potential spots, and ended up finding DeMarcus’ secret candy stash in a high school trash can. All in a days work right? CLICK IMAGE TO EXPAND GALLERY.
Just in case you haven’t seen enough of this awesome new Vessel frame, Broc has a bike check up on Ride where all you kids can nerd out over exactly what kind of crew Broc chooses to run his ship. I’d also like to add that they’re lying about the lack of bunnyhop button. Each frame produced does in fact have one, you have to purchase it first to find out…
That’s right, all our frame colors (Vessel Pictured, Bermuda and Cerberus) and new Vader tires just arrived here at our SoCal warehouse and are all updated on the frame pages as we speak. Your local Volume dealer will get them 3-5 days thereafter, depending where you are in the country (west coast/ east coast). Get at em and get as stoked as Broc in this photo!
We’re so stoked that our man, Broc Raiford got himself second in the Vital Game of Bike that went on this last Saturday. The lineup was absolutely absurd, and you know it’s tough as shit to get that top 3 spot. Brandon Means took some rad shots all day long and Vital just put up the gallery from all his photos. Check it out HERE and check out my top picks below of Broc, Josh and DeMarcus. Video dropping soon too… more
So stoked for our man, Broc Raiford for going all in at all the Dew comps. This one is no different and he pulled off some crazy moves I never even knew he could do. Broc scored 4th place in street and got ahead of some heavy hitters. Check the video highlights above to see what he did.
Dennis Enarson and Demolition just put up a rad photo gallery of all of Dennis’ behind the scenes of our VLM X DEMO JAPAN TRIP and features a slew of cool shots of Broc, Mastroni and Raban in there too. Check it out here >>
Ride is doing this new little web series called “The Black Hole” with what seems like a bunch of random DLSR clips and/or other web clips that wouldn’t really otherwise have a home. Seeing some of the top pros just messing around having fun sessions is dope, I’m into it. Here’s one with Bahlman and Broc in the mix.