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Hoder’s Seattle roots run deep, so seeing the Seahawks take it all the way at the Super Bowl this year signified sweet, sweet victory. To celebrate, Mike asked us to do a run of his BTM frame in Seahawk Fade. We hit a few pairs of Hoder Highs and Pitchfork XLTs with the Seahawk Green while we were at it.
Fathead ad in the new RideUK. Steeziest whops in the game.
We went camo on a handful of CCRs to pay homage to Clint’s rattlecan original. Because it’s powdercoated, the paint won’t scratch off like the D.I.Y. version – it will set you back a few more bucks than a couple cans of Krylon though. Shops already snapped ‘em all up, so if you want one, see if your local is on it!
Matt cruised through Cali a couple weeks ago, so we threw his bike in the “board room” bowl and shot some happy snaps. Beringer’s always an original, and his M.O.D. setup is no exception.
Team Credence headed South to Puerto Rico for a little R&R (roasting and relaxation) a few weeks back. Clint, Nutter, Matty and Co. shralp some seaside parks and Puerto Rico street in this Reynold’s-edited gem. Watch it all the way to the end if you enjoy a little indecent exposure now and again.
Clint recently welded up a new C.C.R., rattle-canned it camo and got right to roasting. He broke the new beaut in on a trip to Puerto Rico a couple weeks ago, so check back tomorrow for moving pictures of that!
Fathead delves deep into the Simple Session scene to ask Garrett Reynolds, Pat Casey and Trey Jones the hard-hitting questions you’re all dying to have answered. This officially concludes our SS coverage.
Another Simple Session has come and gone, but the memories (if the dudes remember them) will last forever. Charlie Crumlish (pictured here in this Nathan Beddows shot from practice), A.J. Anaya and Fathead flew the Shield Flag for us in Estonia this year, and to be honest, we consider the fact that none of our riders were arrested this year a win.