• it’s no day at the beach …

    by  • May 16, 2008 • too random • 11 Comments

    i got there late and the Styler/Barret show had camp Bella in full effect. i just brought him tents to crash things with.

    Styler even took these pics of the womens as they baked in 100degree timetrial skidlids.

    {styler has the serious manstache going on. it’s part fu and all man chew.}


    all i did was stand around with a she-riff and take this footage for Bob. it’s all travel food for awhile.




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    11 Responses to it’s no day at the beach …

    1. bethwellie
      May 16, 2008 at

      dude, that was a train. a whole train.

      I don’t get contemporary art.

    2. May 16, 2008 at

      Cool shot, along with the hot shots of the Kern TT’ers!! Nice.

    3. Ali
      May 16, 2008 at

      Did you at least get to flatten a penny amidst all that close-up action?

      Here in wedding racing-moritorium-land, I look forward to daily updates.

    4. May 16, 2008 at

      you were a welcome sight @ the turn-around. thanks for your sage advice: big breath, big drink, big gear. now, if you just could’ve prevented the wind from turning so we didn’t have a headwind both ways — brutal!

    5. May 16, 2008 at

      yeah..the dual headwind I could have done without! You were a VERY welcome sight at the turnaround…and at least I didn’t drop my chain this year!

    6. CaboWabo
      May 17, 2008 at

      Thanks for the update from the field. Keep them coming.

    7. CaboWabo
      May 17, 2008 at

      P.S. It was 90 degrees at the beach (SC) on Friday.

    8. josh
      May 17, 2008 at

      I’m goin’ of the rails, on a crazy train.

    9. X
      May 18, 2008 at

      thx, the x-kids loved that!

    10. leadout
      May 18, 2008 at

      f’in A, capital A

      that be a lot ‘o iron.

    11. Michael Hernandez
      May 19, 2008 at

      story behind ~
      that footage is, from start to finish, the only remaining memory i had in that card. i had just pulled over to pick up some traffic signs from the Kern TT, and saw the train coming.
      i grabbed my camera and started running over to the train, just clicking it onto video and pressing start as the video opens.
      and the memory card fills the exact moment the video stops.
      and i wanted to get so much closer. but, a brown guy dressed funny video’ing a train passing isn’t something that common and i didn’t want to freak out anyone who might have driven by as i concentrated on the train.
      the sound was everywhere, and i wanted to get right next to the wheel, down at it’s screeching connection with the rail, and feel the thrum of energy and mass and friction.
      but alas, norms must be adhered to.
      anyway, bob loves trains.
      so he gets trains.

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