Scott came up on this handmade YNOT Gulper Bag from Ed, as a sort of hand me down now that he’s on CHROME. Here’s a couple shots of Scott sporting that black & yellow as we packed up and moved on to another spot in Golden Gate Park. The bag isn’t available on their web store yet, but definitely keep your eyes peeled for more of Tom Mosher’s custom creations.
Here’s some photos that I popped off of Scott before my camera battery died. I really need to get a battery grip for that extended battery life. The top photo is probably one of my favorite photos I’ve shot in a while. I recently picked up a Canon 18-135mm f3.5. That fresh glass makes all the difference. Now I just need to pick up a tripod and pan head to get some clean panning shots.
After our quick little session @ the SF skate park Scott & I rode to 3rd & Army one of San Francisco’s most legendary skate spots. Here’s a photo that Scott took of me hitting an ice pick across the entire top of this table. The bottom photo is a screen shot off of a video clip of the ice to tuck out.
Scott & I made our way through the mission district, and rode to the SF skate park. Here’s the one photo I snapped off while before we finished off before we packed up and high tailed it to another spot. Definitely a fun little park, need to make my way back there to ride sometime. I didn’t know San Fransisco had a skate park, thought everyone just rode street in the city.
Today I went out for a ride through Golden Gate Park w/ my roommate (Jeff’s older brother) Bryan Dempler. Towards the end of our ride we made a pit stop & played with some ice pick combos on this decayed planter box. Photo Credit : Bryan Dempler
Last weekend, Ed Wonka, Scott Horton, and myself (Matt Reyes) spent some time cleaning up The Wheel Talk Compound, after months of neglect. Nothing a hose, some rakes, shovels, and brooms can’t fix. We had our good friend Mikul Eriksson come out and w/ a bunch of his video equipment and film our little afternoon session. Totally digging the way this video turned out, nothing but chill vibes and tandem lines.
JeffyD has those toothpick stalls on dry ledges pretty damn decent. Here’s a couple different angles of him sticking em’ on these fresh new ledges. Courtesy of the city of Gilroy. I can’t wait to head back up to the city and get out of this heat. #madhot Shirtless & shorts don’t even come close to cuttin’ it.
I’ve been in Gilroy for the past few days, and it has been nearly 100degrees everyday. Without fail. Yesterday I spent some time riding w/ Jeffy & Gonzo @ some local spots that have been reworked since the last time I was in town. We came across this series of little dirt step ups off the levy on our ride home, & decided to take some time to stop and pop off a few photos.