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Subrosa DTT torture-testing continues

29 01 2013

Wayne Keller continues to put his Subrosa DTT prototype through its paces.  This past weekend he sent over this cool tabletop shot taken at his backyard ramp (photo credit: Ed Rusch).

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Obviously, he knows I have a weakness for a good tabletop shot.

And, in the spirit of celebrating classic moves from begone eras, Wayne has also been spotted busting out a move that doesn’t get the respect it deserves…the infamous Grizz Air. Josh White would be proud.

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Still no word yet on final specs of the DTT but rest assured once they’re released, we’ll have them here.

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I just love a good tabletop photo

17 11 2010

The classic tabletop never gets old.

At the trails, off a curb or at the skatepark…it’s all good.

Wayne Keller with a cool sequence shot of a skatepark table.

To see the tabletop sequence in action, check out the last few seconds of this vid.

The super-long hang five that starts the vid is pretty impressive too.

To see what else Wayne is getting up to check out his blog, carrot-bag.blogspot.com.





Edward Koenning’s blog is addictive

8 07 2010

I have been checking out Edward Koenning‘s blog, When are you going to get a real bike? for a little while now and I have to say I’m getting pretty hooked.

A big part of his blog is digging up vintage BMX magazine pictures/spreads and commenting on them. I often find myself tripping down memory lane when I read one of his posts. I start remembering where I was when I saw or read it, how I devoured every word of the mag (keep in mind this was before the Internet) and how much it had an influence on me.

I was pretty stoked to see him pull out this gem recently. An awesome berm slide by RL Osborn from BMX Action‘s “24 Wars” cruiser shootout article.

I was pretty stoked on this spread too. Eddie Fiola with a perfect table top air (on vert!) and “The Culligan Man”  doing a big jump on a race cruiser to see how it would hold up.

If you’ve been into BMX for a while, When are you going to get a real bike? is definitely worth checking out.