That's Scott, our next door neighbor, with a recent sea turtle he made of car parts.
He has 24 or so huge BMX trophies and still rides. He built himself a lugged BMX frame and a lugged road frame, although he rides mostly BMX. He's going to borrow a bike and come riding with me and Dan.
Dan and I went riding on Mt. Tamalpais today, Sept 30. He rode the Boots, and when we got back, even after having the bikes on a car rack for a 45 minute drive, found this. If spikes can hold a Bay leaf, they can grip a rubber sole. Jenny showed this on Instagram, too.
I know what's eating you. You're wondering what the flip side looks like. Jenny didn't show that, so OK--
Here's a neat little article:
Remember the African shoes? Specifically, the Ethiopian ones? The killer deals, groovy company shoes? They claimed 15 day delivery. Mine arrived today, about 3,5 months later, but they are hand-made and custom and only $85, and I totally love them and would order another pair again in a second even if they took a year, and I might (but they won't take that long). Are you ready to suffer shoe envy?
I know what you're thinking: "Grant, if they're size 10 and for a wide foot, please sell them to ME!"
I can't believe Mark here thinks they look like clown shoes.
Yes I can, but I seriously love them. This is the SURGE aby. aby is short for Abyssinian, I think, since Ethiopia used to be called that. I want some gray ones, too. I wouldn't get red even if they offered it. Those would be clown shoes.
Friend Dan and I were riding on Mt. Tam over the weekend, really nice ride, and I got a video of him riding the Boots. It's the first ever video of it. He's just cruising along, well aware that I'm phoning him, and here it is: