If there are a couple of dudes who exhibit other-worldly biking ability on the reg, it’s Hobie Doan and Dan Norvell. And for that reason, the universe has bestowed upon them signature colorways of our newest frame, the UFO. Hobie’s cultivating that NW Green and Flat Clear for ya’ll, while Dan’s droppin’ Trans Purple and Flat Black on yer heads. Two sets of sig kush alien graphics aside, the UFO boasts the steepest head angle in our fleet and those integrated chain tensioners are intergalactic. Video bike checks coming soon.
Here’s three minutes of magic from Mike Stahl, a Pennsylvania homie who was reppin’ the Shield through Cyclical Cycles in Northern Virginia before making the pilgrimage west to work at The Building and hold it down for us on The Squad. There’s some classic S&M shredding going down in this one! Shout out to Sam Downs for the movie and Mike Stahl for the moves… welcome to The Squad Stahl!
A few honorary Long Beach Boys bring the Good Vibrations with this one! Team Canada (Bonesaw and Schubert) came down to soak up some SoCal summer at the Ambrose’s new Long Beach digs for a week last month, and between them, Hobie Doan (who also happened to be in town) and Keith Hartwell cruising up the coast, a little impromtu Shield Shred-Fest ensued. Schubert edited it up a treat too, so dig in!
The Reynolds wrapped up the Van Doren Invitational atop the seaside podium this weekend! Clint’s signature moves helped him qualify first and finish second in the super heavy field. Cash that cardboard kid!
Craig Passero crafted this little nug to herald the unveiling of his signature grip, and truth be told, it’s just downright delightful. Old skool, cool, urban awesomeness from Craig and his compadres. And that PASSERO GRIP is a’ight too! Soft, dual-patterned and available now in Black, Clear and Glow in the Dark.
Clint and Co. speak a whole ‘nother language – both on the bike and off. If you follow Credence on Insta, you may or may not already know the essence of #deah. Either way, make sure you watch these “Feel My Chest Muscles, I’m a Trail Builder,” leftovers cause they’re like, DEAH. Oh, and if you haven’t added the DVD to your collection for a mere $4.99 yet, very un-deah.