I found my old Ritchey spd clipless pedals in the garage, the only problem was that one of the bearings had exploded. After a bit of measuring and internet investigating I found some sealed bearings that would fit (686-z 6mm – 13mm – 5mm) and gave the pedals a bit of a service then put them on my bike. Hopefully I can remember how to use them without falling off my bike like an idiot every time I stop.
Ken Box and friends have made another awesome Ken Block Gymkhana parody using a Crazy Cart.
Pro wakeboarder Jorge Gill gets towed behind a super expensive tax the rich Ferrari F50 on a public road with a waterway alongside it.
A group break onto the roof of a skyscraper in Hong Kong whilst filming with a drone. They also hacked into the electronic billboard and changed the massive display on the top of the building. The views look stunning up there. It’s all illeagal but no one gets hurt in this sort of crime. If you have an interest in sky-walking then check out their site ontheroofs.com
Every year John Lewis nail it with their Christmas adverts. This year is one of their best, but I think this parody gives it a fresh dark twist.
I had an old Ballistic X-Ocet mountain bike frame lying around that I used to ride when I was younger (a lot younger …back in about 1996). I decided to build it up with all old parts I could find or get cheap, even free with the the help of my brother who is in to mountain biking and donated some parts.
I’ve been out on it a few times along the handily placed new cycle track behind the house trying to get fitter but at the moment am still at the stage of feeling sick after about 30 minutes of riding.
When I was younger I used to be able to ride up and down mountains all day long. It’s going to take a while till I can do that again.