4QUEENS DAY TWO

Day two was a short day, only about a quarter of an hour, but don’t discredit day two because of this short time. Today started at 5500 feet up in the mountains and descended over 3000 feet back to Whistler village going through the rooty, rocky, holey hell of the Bike Park. This year the…

MEXICO: THE MOVIE

“A moving tale of mans quest for happiness in a world characterized by malaise” The New York Times “A visual fiesta…gripping, inspiring and otherworldly” The Guardian “What a right bunch of cabrons…didn’t we see their testicles at Feliz Nuevo?” Sabinas Weekly

ABUSE OR SELF-HARM?

So I gave up bashing specific brands and products once Whistler Diaries.com went pop. No reason, besides there’s people doing it far better out there, such as this young lady. So before I go any further I want to make one thing clear, no matter how much I’m about to slate this particular bicycle, just…

104BRONSON

I owe Jesse Barham. The above photo that he took is being a right hussy and has slutted itself out to another website/blog. This time on Ferrentinos extremely amusing and enlightening blog (104BRONSON) that he does at part of duties for Santa Cruz as Head Marketeer. Maybe I should offer Jesse a ride on the…

CHROMAG

Two days before shooting outta Whistler in the fall I made a visit to the Chromag headquarters to get the gorgeous Ranger stem and brand new soon to be released all-mountain Fubars (in chrome of course). The weather was so cold and wet that day and I had already been on a 4 hour wet…

REALLY RAILING

Loving the Tallboy more than ever. I’ve been getting the DH twitch recently and the Tallboy provides a buzz for blasting corners, tracking off camber and going flat out. I’ve been trying to figure out if I can squeeze in a battle at the NZ National Champs Dual Slalom because this bike would kill it.…

MIMI

An article I wrote for [r]evolution Magazine (awesome ozzy magazine) just appeared on shelves. This means there’s more photos of my package (it was hella cold that evening) being printed and distributed throughout the southern hemisphere. My apologies parents. Here’s a link to Tim Pierces TwatPic Page which contains a shoot of the article in…

DREAMING

There’s too many amazing places to visit in this life, but there is also many places which once the soul has visited that we can’t shake. Places that are like a drug and we need constant fixes of. Places that inhabit all the corners and crevices of our being. Places that change you for the…