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Thursday, October 28, 2010


Underground americana - the Bald Knobbers

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Friday, October 22, 2010

California Underground

Captain Ives found these Lurking somewhere off Ventura

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Alll hand made graphics from Ky Baker, Chris Jones, and Dirty Spencer. The Goods

Sunday, October 17, 2010


The van creeps show on saturday was amazing, Vans, bikes, hot dogs, surf shop, insane. the orange county crue never lets you down probably know these guys already but if you haven't check' em out, i'm getting creepy and vanning. cycle zombies - van creeps - captain helm

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Benelux board

I picked up the Solid 93 X C1RCA X Evilgoods Brotherhood board today from Soulride in San diego, the EG key, looks rad, the production cost some money, but they did a great job with the laser engraving. good dudes for sure.

Friday, October 15, 2010

100 MPH

I had to go a hundy, too catch this photo, this Maverick is the chosen one for today, he said Blacks was pretty fun too, With this set-up, I believe everything this guy says.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Jack Prince

Above is an illustration I made of Jack Prince with the Evilgoods Key.

Pioneers of American Motorcycle Racing

by Daniel K. Statnekov

The foremost promoter of circular, wooden speedways built in the United States was a famous English bicycle racer with the imposing name of John Shillington Prince. Born in the industrial city of Coventry in 1859, Prince grew up in the age of the high-wheel bicycle. From the very beginning "Jack" Prince was fascinated by the two-wheelers, and soon after learning to ride, he began to race. By 1880, the 21 year-old Englishman was considered a world champion.

In 1889, Prince left England to represent British cycle interests in the wildly expanding American marketplace. To establish himself, the 30 year-old English champion resumed bicycle racing in America. At a celebrated race in Omaha, Nebraska, Prince won a match race that was billed as the high-wheel championship of the world. Shortly thereafter, he gave up selling English bicycles and went into business as a promoter of bicycle velodromes.

By 1909, Prince had expanded his endeavors to include board tracks designed for motorcycle racing, such as the Los Angeles Coliseum, as well as larger tracks for automobiles. The larger tracks, such as the one Prince built in 1910 at Playa del Rey, were granted sanctions for a limited number of major car races. Consequently, track operators would also stage motorcycle races to generate additional revenue.


This is Art work I designed to commemorate 10 years of service with C1RCA'S Belgium distributor. Jarun is the owners name. (I think that's how you spell his name?) He is the mayor of Amsterdam. He can roll joints and drive at the same time, I remember staying at his house a while ago in holland. it was so insane. his house was connected to a windmill. He also had a rad Formula One Model collection that was mind blowing, pretty rad dude.

Monday, October 11, 2010