Dirt Quake USA took place in Castle Rock, WA this weekend- a small town about an hour away from Portland. Photos are popping up all over instagram and this is already by far one of my favorites… Davin (aka MotoGuru) from Icon Motosports at the starting line on his Brammo with knobbies named ‘Sprinkles’. The tassles are the cherry on top for sure.
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Sometimes I don’t go into great detail about events I’ve gone to and folks I’ve met because awesome magazines and blogs have picked ‘em up to share with the world. Like these exclusive images from the One Motorcycle show in Sportbikes Inc. Magazine’s April 2014 issue. Don’t worry, you can check it out for free on the Sportbikes Inc website. [ more posts from the One Moto Show 2014 ]
Upon one of visits to Icon’s HQ in Portland, I saw a very cool Airframe Construct with impact statistics labeled on different areas of the helmet. Today, the Icon Airframe Statistic helmet is available to anyone who wants to express (without words) why they choose to wear a full face. Honestly, I’d just love to have one on display in the shop. It’s a good reminder. Almost 35% of hits are taken straight to the jaw. Here’s the first version/proto Airframe Construct helmet from years back. Amazing to know the top of… Continue Reading »
Some more photos from my photoshoot with the amazingly talented Lanakila MacNaughton for the Women’s Moto Exhibit (website). Gear breakdown for those of you curious- sporting UglyBROS USA jeans (Twiggy and Ton-Up), Icon 1000 Akorp jacket (review here), Icon Elsinore boots, and Icon Airmada stack helmet. Major thanks yet again to Tim & Isaac (owners of Trophy Motorcycles) for the bitchin’ 1970 Triumph to ride. [ more photos from Lanakila MacNaughton ]
Working with the infinitely talented Gregor Halenda was an absolute treat- and before all the photos come out for the joint gear review project with Silodrome, I wanted to share this shot from lighting tests that we were particularly fond of. While you might not recognize his name, you’ve seen his work. In the Ducati model catalogue, Rev’It’s campaign with Ducati, and so much more. Your eyes will thank you for hopping over to his website for a look-see- gregorhalenda.com. Huge thanks to Gregor for making this work on a tight schedule… Continue Reading »