Posts Tagged ‘photo’

Broc’s 2015 Signature Series Wallpaper

Brian | 11.3.15

Tomorrow is a big day for our man Broc Raiford and us. Broc’s 2015 Signature Series parts video is going to drop online that him and Mastroni have been working on for a bit. He’s stacked some heavy… heavy bangers that will make you watch again and again. I’ve already watched it a few times and can’t believe what I saw… Stay tuned tomorrow. Photo by J.Cobbs is of Broc getting a crank flip over a rail from bank to bank shot while filming for the video.

Josh’s Grate Turndown

Brian | 10.26.15

Always loved seeing photos from east coast riders that throw down a good session using what’s around them and especially ones off metal grates in the city that were propped up.  Josh and fellow 180 Dist sales representative, Sean Sieling threw down some moves while in SD and used a grate to its full potential. Photo by J.Cobbs. Click image to go BIG!

DeMarcus Paul 2015 Parts Poster

Brian | 10.6.15

Leave it to DeMarcus to always come through with some heavy bangers, and while on the Oregon trip a few months back he banged out this uprail to 180 bars. I’m sure you’ll be seeing this and many more moves from Deemo in our Volume Chapters series dropping very soon.  You can get this poster with all our new parts on the back for 1 cent on our online shop here>> Photo by Devin Feil.

Missions With Deemo

Brian | 07.6.15

Just another day with  DeMarcus now that he’s working on multiple video projects and is now considered one of the hardest working dudes out there. He’s nonstop and can’t wait to see what he has coming out later this year. Mastroni has a couple things already in the works with him… Up-rail to whip photo by J.Cobbs.

Tate Riding…

Brian | 06.5.15

If you’re anything like me, I’m always intrigued to see anything of Tate and his riding style.  Plus it takes me awhile to comprehend what the hell is going on.  Matthew Windsor just sent me this photo of Tate jumping on a not so sturdy setup to over a barrier.  I had to look twice and see how he comes up with the thought process to not only think up this but also have the balls to follow through.  This one could have gone way wrong…

Broc’s Ender Ender

Brian | 05.21.15

For all those that have been living under a rock and haven’t seen our ‘The Finer Things’ DVD, you also missed out on Broc Raifords epic ending part.  Ending parts usually have a hammer ender and we just spoiled it by putting it on a poster.  What may look like the weirdest rail to big 3 is actually a lot crazier than it looks in this photo.  Crank arm grinds to gap bars don’t get any gnarlier than this!  Swoop up a poster today for a penny HERE >>  Photo by Devin Feil

Tate Roskelley In The Finer Things Poster

Brian | 02.13.15

One would think that a guy as creative as Tate does a ton of drugs all day long, how else could he come up with so many tricks outside of the norm?  Other than his usual dose of fruits/ vegetables, gym workouts, and the occasional Utah’s finest herb hit, there’s not much else to say how he comes up with what he does.  Speed, slide, duck and a prayer that he didn’t hit his head on the door all went into this photo.  For this photo and more, hit up the shop to buy one for a whopping 1 penny!

Broc Raiford In The Finer Things Poster

Brian | 02.12.15

What can be said about Broc that already hasn’t been said before?  The kid is a beast on his bike and his part is… You’ll have to watch it to see for yourself this Sunday at our premiere.  Check this hanger to hop back over into the steep bank shot!  For all those that have been to this spot know how insane this really is.  Photo by Devin Feil.

Mike Mastroni In The Finer Things Poster

Brian | 02.3.15

The hardest thing about being a rider in your own video that you filmed and edited is that your riding is somewhat put on the back burner and you have to look out for everyone else’s parts before your own.  Mike’s part in The Finer Things is no f-n sleeper and is definitely his best to date.  Photo above is from our Finer Things poster (on sale for 1 penny!!) and is just a glimpse of what to expect from Mike.  Photo by Devin Feil.