19 November, 2010
Spied this over at Cadence. I saw some of these at interbike this year. I hope this photo, means that these jeans are dropping soon.
I have a pair of the first generation, (thanks Greg for not being able to fit them) and really can't wait to get my hands on some more.
Jay O'Callahan has the rare distinction of traveling the world telling stories. Here, he introduces us to the power of storytelling – that most human, and ancient, art form. Through the lens of a tale about NASA putting a man on the moon, O'Callahan illustrates how storytelling taps into our imagination, engages those around us, and inspires amazing achievements.
Posted by Joseph Lobato at 11:01 AM
Whitter is holding what maybe their first street race this Saturday. I'm super stoked for the organizer Nick, it's his first time throwing an event and I wish him good luck. I won't be to make it, and I know Cranksgiving is the same day, but it is possible to do both races. Go Support!
Cranksgiving! The best race in LA, Ten years deep.
So rad. I'm excited, it'll be my third, I think. Need to count my t-shirts... Looks we'll be racing in the rain, but it's for the Kids. That is the best part of this race, coming in with your bags full of food, and you get to deliver right to Para Los Ninos, seeing their smiling faces, make all of the racing, so worth it. Here's to another Ten Years of Cranksgiving! Race Safe everyone!