BMX Video Monday

by Jeff on April 13, 2015

Jerks Forever, Forever Jerks

by Jeff on April 10, 2015


Koochella Ladies Road / Crit Clinic this Sunday

by Jeff on April 9, 2015


Meet At Fort Snelling at 1pm

here is the Facebook page

Kopish’s Breezer Lighting

by Jeff on April 9, 2015

Our buddy got his Breezer Lighting out of mothballs and turned it into his winter bike this year. Every time I see it, I get stoked. It’s a stone cold classic.



by Jeff on April 9, 2015



by Jeff on April 8, 2015


Buffalo Dave’s Bandit Cross Photos

by Jeff on April 7, 2015

run when chased

Last Friday’s race was the shortest heads up in Bandit Cross history.

On Thursday Baroo and I were tooling around the woods down there, and the desire to race swept over. After all, I had no plans for the next night. I put out the call, and around 10 racers showed up, with about 6 additional spectators.

The thing about Bandit Cross is that it always just seems to work out. In spite of the small crew, the racing was a ton of fun and I couldn’t think of a better way to spend an evening.

Luckily Buffalo Dave was on hand to grab some photos. Check it.

natural barrierdenim and doghup uppre ride hangs

Save The Date: All City Championships 10

by Jeff on April 6, 2015

That’s right, mark your calendars for the tenth anniversary blow out.

All City Championships 2015
July 9-11
Thursday: Bandit Cross
Friday: Track Crit
Saturday: Alleycat & Afterparty

Get here!


Facebook page here

Peacock Groove: Electric Hell

by Jeff on April 6, 2015

For the second part of this series, let’s take a deeper look at the Electric Hell bike.

Of course, with a paint job this wild, the intended owner could only be Erik himself. It’s fucking ridiculous, yet somehow manages to perfectly walk the line between clown bike and tasteful. It shouldn’t work, I should hate this bike, but I can’t help but love it.

I will say one of the things that does frustrate me about Erik’s work is that he goes so crazy with the paint, that at least in the case of his show bikes, it over shadows the fabrication. The paint being out sourced, and the fabrication of course being his own hand. I will say though, that in his customer bikes, the paint tends to be much more muted and typically lets the construction stand out.

It’s also a bit of a shame that this wasn’t shown as a complete, but it just didn’t come together in time.

That said, holy shit is this thing amazing.

Campy Electronic dérailleur painted to match, of course



The made at Peacock Groove crown is the highlight of this bike

peep how the lighting bolts continue through the gaps in the crown




BMX Video Monday

by Jeff on April 6, 2015

I always get pumped to start the week off with something from local hero Erik Elstran. This Monday, how about a two-fer from one of the most creative riders in the game today.