I had this growing interest lately of getting myself a bike. It’s been a minute since I’ve had one to be honest. I remember having fun w/ my generic-BMX back in the P.I. with my bowl-cut. I remember going through the streets with our generic-BMX crew and hoping over speed bumps; making ramps; and eating it hard on the pavement filled with small rocks and pebbles. We were fortunate we didn’t crack our skulls as we got mad air most of the time, only to be brought back down to Earth by the Law of Physics.
Anyways, check this video out by Rocketboom correspondent Ella Morton when she interviews Josh Hadar about his hand sculpted custom bicycles.
PS. For owners who are bike officianados, road or mountain bike? In terms of riding versatility for street, hills, dirt, etc. (I’m guessing mountain?)
After recently launching their online community, Kidrobot’s KRonikle posted that they will be releasing SDCC exclusives. There will be a release per day of the Convention from Thursday, July 23rd to Sunday, July 26th (actually, nothing official yet for Sunday).
So, if you are set to go for the sold out Comic-Con later this month, be sure to get there early and head over to the Kidrobot Booth, #4529. The SDDC exclusives are only available at the booth. You can get them signed and meet the artist(s) in person during their respective release dates.
Other than this humongous Lakers banner outside of Staples Center, there’s been a lot of exment in the air to get this year’s NBA Finals on its way. To add to it, Undefeated LA will be releasing some merch in support of the Lakers’ quest for their 15th NBA Championship. Though it sucks that the release won’t be till this upcoming Saturday, June 6th, its still in time for the second home game on Sunday, June 7th.