Video Action Sports The Revival Videos

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The Revival fixed gear bike DVD video brings together 17 of the worlds best fixed gear riders to show the many different styles of riding that exist within the sport. In 2009 the sport felt very undefined with branches of the sport shooting off in all directions. We wanted to capture all of this whether it was the bmx-influenced tricks on the east coast or the more traditional track bike tech tricks from the west. We also wanted to show that speed is still a defining side of our sport and we captured some of the fastest riders on the planet rocketing down the mountain sides of Vancouver BC.

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Photo Friday and the Church of Stoke Revival - 3/8/13

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The American Beer Revival

As depicted in moving pictures. Nothing we don't already know, but it's put to music, with pretty pictures.Read More »

Revival of the Fittest! Tire Decision Time

So its been quite a while since I have been 100% ridged singlespeeder, and believe me, I have missed it. I got tangled up with fancy suspension and gears. (it sounds so funny saying this stuff again ;) ) I was reminiscing back in the good ole days when I was in super singlespeed shape and could out ... Read More »

The Rush revival

After a two year brake I'm back into XC racing here in Denmark. Not much has happened to my custom build Rush 3000 since I bought it early 2007, so it's time for some upgrading. Currently the frame is having a repaint to the new 2009 BBQ colors and the fork is just back from a rebuild at 88+ in Germ ... Read More »

The revival food and beverage thread

Ok so What are you bringing on Saturday? Matt(ithnu) is bringing the grill Me Cheddar brats and some PBR. We'll have the ODI tent set up with chairs for all to relax in tooRead More »

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