september, 2008 arhiiv
Andres Lainevool oli eile koos Timo Tootsiga Sahtli fotomissioonil. Andu tegi whippi Tartu Vanemuise teatri juures müüri pealt alla ning maandus natuke valesti, murdes jalaluu. Täna hommikul oli op ning praegu Andu juba kodus. Parane kiiresti, kutt!
Will Smyth keeps kranking out new pieces of Dig Magazine. At this point they have reached to issue 66 and it’s a fairly good read. The issue features Leo Forte on the cover with some stylish tweakage at the Empire of Dirt. The editors say it’s the first cover photo from a contest they’ve used in seven years. Following UK Ride’s recent road trip issue, this new release of Dig is also largely focused on the road worthy. There’s a FBM Gypsy caravan feature and Sunday, BSD and Subroa trips. Other good content includes Nigel Sylvester interview, Dave Rytell article, Empire of Dirt report and a lot of nice photos and regulars. Go and get a copy. There’s even some stickers inside in case you’re into that.
Leidsin selle tegelikult paar kuud tagasi, aga kui nüüd taas kellegi postituse peale sattusin, tuli teema uuesti meelde ja tundus sobiv ka Sahtlisse linkida. Ehk siis palun, saage tuttavaks Frankenbaikidega. See Queensis elutsev veider subkultuur sulatab ühte vanakooli bmxid, saundipeded ja kodukootud tjuuningu. Neistsamadest poistest-tüdrukutest on väljas dokfilm – madeinqueensfilm.com
Ints, kui sa seda loed, siis sul on veids arenguruumi;)
Bart de Jong talks about Sahtel issue 7 over his FatBMX site. FAT has also previously reviewed our first, fourth and sixth issue.
On another note, some of Jonathans opinions in our recent MASH interview seem to have created quite some controversial feedback over at John Prolly’s web blog. The trick crowd is not entirely feeling it. Also Too poor for brakes and gears have joined in the discussion. Hope this is not gonna create some kind of a snow ball effect but it’s anyhow nice to see some discussion going on, whichever the tone is. Sahtel is more of a BMX magazine than a track bike magazine and I still feel the quote was in place and worthy to show. It was not out of context, that was what the guy thought about the whole thing. But I would like to emphasize that it would really make sense to read the whole article to understand the larger voice behind the interview.