First, LARRY EDGAR! Second, hit up ESPN for a bunch of great shots from Sandy Carson.
Come watch and learn how Chase went from a mischievous toddler climbing fences at the park to one of the top riders in the world. Amongst various interviews with Chase and his peers, it’s pretty rad hearing his dad talk about getting Chase his first bike and seeing footage from his early years.
This day in the life with Broc came out really good. It actually seems like a day in his life. Good job.
Sandy Carson has been running around with his camera for the past few days at #TexasToast2013 and capturing some great moments from the jam. Above is Pat Miller rrrrooooassttting the Haro quarterpipe during the 35 and over Haro Veteran mini-event. When street qualifying happened yesterday, only a handful of dudes (out of 75+ riders) even came close to that level.
Make sure to head to ESPN for more photos.
Our Adjustable Linear Quik Slic Kable is available now in black or blue and it’s hands down the easiest cable to install on your bike. Not only that, it also utilizes our Linear technology and the integrated hanger with straddle cable creates direct routing to brake arms with no bends or twists to reduce flex.
Basically, if you run a straight cable, this is THE straight cable to get.
What makes the Quik Slic Kable so great? Easy. It’s simple to install. The new version can be easily adjusted to cover three different lengths by utilizing the cable’s unique straddle interface connection. This tool-free feature allows the Adjustable Quik Slic Kable to be a one-size-fits-all cable for virtually every braking configuration.