Thursday, March 31, 2011

Tyler Dunn:DSYT

Here's a sweet edit of Tyler Dunn that my homie Kai Brabo created exclusively for donthsaveyourtwat. Including the average Bool antics and T-dunn in his natural environment...Hamilton skatepark.

Ask for it

I forgot that I enjoyed this song.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Thighs of the Day


Thee Hobo Gobbelins

Here's the low down brought by the Gobbelins themselves. "From deep within the confines of the city sewers, and the darkness beneath your bed, Thee Hobo Gobbellins slash and jangle their path into your skull. They weave a wickedly catchy mixture of ancient pirate curses, orcish vaudeville, and eldritch hobo semaphore...The band incorporates traditional sounds of Americana and the Old World with the horrors of modernity. Monsters from folklore and fiction wriggle alongside freight-train spirituals and drinking songs. The result is a disturbing haunted house for the ear, a nightmare carnival that is at turns goofy and murderous." Eat more at HoboGobbelins.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

It all makes sense...

Acid Zen Hip-Hop

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Reese on Ridgecrest

Reese Butler is a man of the wild, an innovative character built for survival. Never before have I known a dude as prepared as Reese within any situation, any hike, any bike ride, or camping extravaganza Reese will blow your mind with his ingenious characteristic of being prepared for anything. From making emergency bivy sacks out of trash bags, cooking pasta and meat sauce on the tops of mountains, crafting almost anything you can imagine out of duct tape, to designing an entire functional home out of snow. The Boy Scout motto has been glued into Reese's mind since we were weee lads and will surely carry him onto grandiose feats and more epic mountain escapades to come. Yet, in this particular photo neither Reese or I were expecting 12 inches of snow on Mount Tamalpais, it has been decades since this much snow has paraded down on Mt. Tam. Check out some of Reese's work here.

Peter Lucas: In the Rut

If you know Tam Bikes you probably know Peter and knowing Peter you probably know he's an animal in the dirt. High speed rut line.
Here's a sweet poem from your favorite radical feminist FIDLAR babe

The ocean is she.
Beckoning beachcombers with her tantalizing waves.
People tease her at her shores with half-ass attempts at pleasuring her. Running chaces in wetsuits also known as running condoms can never fulfill her. She loves when summer finally comes and the combination of skinny-dippers and the first penetrations of surfboards bask in her awaiting wetness.
-Josie Jeter

Trey Jones: shreds

This is probably one of the best web edits I have seen in 2011.

Mingle Minds

My Clock Explodes

Check out some more tunes at Aeon Now!

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Thighs of the Day

Scene: Two Police Officers standing at an intersection off of Market
Spoken words-
Pig#1: Eh, Tim this kid's gonna run a red light check it out, he aint stoppin.
Pig#2: Huh?
Pig #1: I told you so.
Me: :)
Bike: swooosh...swooosh...swooosh

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Surfin for the Ugly Broads'

Heres the intro to Bone Deth's "Surfing for the Ugly Broads" Including everything you would ever expect from Bone Deth: bikini girls with machine guns, Elvis, ghouls, rag dolling, midgets with chain saws, highspeed gaps, babes, flat landings, more babes, and your favorite street mongrels.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

The Shields

This here is a a superb edit my brotha-homie Andrew Shields and his biological brother James Shields created. They documented their recent trip to Alaska, where they had the chance to heli-ski some of Alaska's most beautiful mountain ranges. With some GoPro footage, Andrew recorded almost every aspect of the trip from leaving their house in Mill Valley to flying a helicopter over the silent white landscape of Alaska. Soak in and enjoy some headcam goodies, a dope soundtrack, and coats of powder.

No more Computers...please

I shot this photo on a visit to my aunt Tanya's in BOtown. Between riding the skatepark, Qui-Gong boot camp, Tarot lessons, and bagel making I was able to capture this photo. Weeeeeeeeeeeee!!

"I felt like lying down by the side of the trail and remembering it all. The woods do that to you, they always look familiar, long lost, like the face of a long-dead relative, like an old dream, like a piece of forgotten song drifting across the water, most of all like golden eternities of past childhood or past manhood and all the living and the dying and the heartbreak that went on a million years ago and the clouds as they pass overhead seem to testify (by their own lonesome familiarity) to this feeling." -Jack Kerouac


Jackson Allen

Jackson Allen Shreds and you know it get your act together and party on over to Sasquatch Canyon.

Chris Akrigg

Chris Akrigg is an incredibly talented bike rider and a mighty rad dude, a few months back I had the opportunity of showing Chris and Robert Rebholz around San Francisco to shoot some photos around the bay area before Sea Otter. Chris was mesmerized by the San Francisco sunsets, Rob was pumped on some sweet photos, and I was stoked on meeting some new homies. Now almost a year later Chris is continuing to blow minds, with this edit of him riding much closer to home on a hill in Spain. Combining the likes of downhill riding and aggressive trails riding I honestly have never seen somebody ride a bike like this, I would recommend hitting play and soaking in this new style of riding. Enjoy!!! If you dig Chris's riding style check out his site at ChrisAkrigg.

Friday, March 4, 2011

The Eastern Winds

A brink of tomorrow lies within the floorboards
the door of yesterday is locked in the attic-tp