We're fizzing with excitement to have some filming days in the diary with James Cox of Black Dots Video, who made our Snow Quake video in 2017 (below). He's a creative force. I was checking out a bunch of his films and really like the structure of this short, sharp slap to the face. #JamesCoxVideo #BlackDotsVideo #BMX #SnowQuake #Film
This beautiful quality giclee art print is a second edition colour version of the two-tone artwork produced by British artist Raid71 for Sideburn 17. It depicts Mad Max and the last of the Interceptors meting out some justice to the Toecutter's gang (not that we condone violence to motorcyclist's, but those near-future bandits had it coming). Buy the Interceptor Art Print Printed on Somerset Enhanced Textured art paper. Limited edition print is signed by the artist. Approxima
We were sad to hear our favourite filmmaker Bruce Brown died yesterday (10 December). Bruce (above on the left, heading down to Baja, on what looks to be a Triumph Tiger Cub) made the era-defining, landscape-changing films Endless Summer and On Any Sunday. I was fortunate to interview him a couple of times, and thought that the most recent interview, carried out in San Sebastien Spain, before the premier of On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter, that was helmed by his son, Dana, is
The Original and the Next Chapter, on a big screen next Saturday in London. Here's what the organisers say... The afternoon will be a proper east London affair backed up with a BBQ, food, drinks, DJs and plenty of bikes. Happening at the excellent boutique cinema, bar and restaurant, The Institute of Light, tickets are likely to sell out fast. There will be plenty of free parking for motorcycles Saturday 7 th Oct (Yes we know a Sunday would have been better).