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Snow Fun-Part 2

Meanwhile:
Here are some real ticksters getting busy on the track bikes in the snow. NYC’s own Wonka, Mike Schmitt and Joey Krillz are getting GRIMY. They are working on a new line of clothes called: Grime St. Stay tuned on Krillz blog: Smashenger.blogspot.com

WELCOME TO GRIME ST from Mike Schmitt on Vimeo.

Elsewhere,
I got sent this video from Steve Schinnerer from Quarter Productions about riding BMX in the Boston Area.

Filming Myself in the Snow from Quarter Productions on Vimeo.

Meanwhile the Gwadzilla been reporting on getting around in the DC area.
Some people by bike:
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and sometimes on cross country skis.
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Speaking of DC, Kevin Dillard of Demoncats has some great photos of a recent Cyclocross in the snow:

Check out more (click image)

Maybe we should all look to a real snow town that probably doesn’t use terms like the: “Snowpocalypse.” Its more just a matter of fact of living in Minneapolis. Here are some winter bike reports from the Bike Jerks.
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They were hosts of one of the longest running alleycats in the US, that takes place in the dead of winter every year. The Stupor Bowl. Now in its 13th year.
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Check out a full race report back here.

It looks like a production company, MNKiteboarding, documented both last year and this year’s stupor bowl and are coming out with a documentary: Killing the Messenger.

View a trailer by clicking the image

1 comment to Snow Fun-Part 2

  • My name is Robb Ross. I am the producer of the film “Killing the Messenger.” I just wanted to clear up a couple of things. First, I want to say thank you for giving us exposure. I would like to point out that MNkiteboarding is a host site and not the production company. Please visit us at http://www.winterlandof10000bikes.com for up to date info and trailers.
    We also are premiering in Minneapolis September 18th of this year. I would like to bring it to NYC, Chicago, San Francisco and Portland OR. If you have information on independent theaters (500-1500 seats) that could support a premiere there, please have them contact me. Thanks