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The Mudfoot Fundo One Hundo

First video from the Mudfoot Fundo One Hundo. Check it out! Looks like Mudfoot, GSC, and the Sleepers had a blast! Look for another one next week over at The Radavist.

“Once upon a time there was a very wise Ent living in the Angeles Forest that stumbled upon a gentle being who looked to be riding a road bike up to Josephine saddle and around the back side of Strawberry Peak, a route only walked or traversed via Boneshaker. This man was warned of the hazards that lie ahead and the inherent danger he was putting himself in by riding tires so skinny into these parts of the forest, but yet he pushed ahead. The Ent sent word via crow to the small village living at what we call Red Box today, these people were asked to send a smoke signal when the man arrived in the village, but the man never did.
This old folklore was the inspiration behind the first half of the Mudfoot Fundo One Hundo, a 100-mile route through the Angeles forest showcasing the drastic changes of climate and terrain of Southern California. The elevation gained is the equivalent of riding from sea level to the top of Mt. Whitey. Many started the ride, and some finished, but everyone had fun.”

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Out There

It’s Friday!!! Also check out this sweet video from All-City and Golden Saddle Cyclery.

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I Want My MTB Tee

MTB

This shirt is awesome!! Get one HERE!

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NYC to GSC

I remember reading about this about a month back. Super stoked I found this video today.

“To celebrate the launch of the S2R performance jersey, Search and State commissioned Joseph Holway to deliver the first garment sewn from New York to Golden Saddle Cyclery in Los Angeles. Joseph completed the 3,000 mile journey in 21 days, alone and unsupported.”

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