Linked up with Devan while in Ocean City for the OCAWD part II and shot this impromptu set. We’ve been talking about shooting her EVO X for the longest time but ended up just shooting her with my bike. This was done in the morning after the festivities. Couldn’t ask for a better location. Enjoy
Almost everybody has one, but what little thought we give them.
We drive our cars to work and school but even then we don’t give our cars much thought.
You go from one exteme to the other, one guy might pay about $20,000 for a car, while another may pay $150,000 for a car.
Cars are an earthly object, yet we all see people that go overboard with their cars.
Greddy front mount intercooler, AMS upper intercooler pipe, Blitz piping stopper, HKS SSQV III blow-off valve, oil cap, intake pipe; ARC airbox, Ultimate racing turbo back exhaust with custom tips, resonated test pipe, mini-muffler; YR-Advance turbine duct, heat shield, oil gauge hanger, airscoop; titanium oil catch can, purple dress-up bolts, Colt Speed valve cover, Apr carbon-fiber radiator shroud, JUN radiator cap, project Mu brake fluid reservoir sock, Forge Motorsport alloy power steering reservoir, alloy coolant tank, MAP firewall heat shield, carbon fiber fuse box cover, TEIN hood dampers, SSP Aluminum Undertray Engine Management: Cobb Accessport, Cobb Protune by English Racing Suspension and Interior: HKS Hypermax III coilovers, 12k springs (f/r), ARCstrut bar (f)
takata racing seats, six-point black harnesses, Cusco six-point rollcage, rear slash bar; personal steering wheel, Works Bell short hub, Yoshioka edition quick release; titanium blue dress-up steering wheel bolts, Colt Speed Gt shifter, Fortune Auto titanium shift knob, Bride shift boot, center console; AEM air/fuel gauge, Defi boost gauge, Sony head unit with navigation, rear back-up camera, carbon-fiber A/C panel, carbon-fiber shifter panel
Wheels, Tires & Brakes:
SSR GTV02 Matte Black 18×10.5 (f/r), Rays Duraluminum lug nuts, Toyo Proxes R888 275/35/18 (f/r), Girodisc two-piece slotted brake rotors (f/r), project Mu NS400 brake pads, AMS stainless steel brake lines.
Widebody conversion by Auto performance Aesthetics Club, Chargespeed wide front fenders, rear blister panels, V2 carbon-fiber side skirts; M-Sport front bumper, carbon-fiber front lip, carbon-fiber canards; Origin Lab carbon-fiber GT Wing, LED taillights, Showstoppers rear diffuser, Varis carbon-fiber door garnish, Ganador LED super mirrors, amber side markers, Cusco ventilation panels, Colt Speed wipers, Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood, blacked headlight housings with red demon eyes
Linked up with Vanessa on a wednesday afternoon for a shoot but it started raining so we shot what we could.
I wanted to capture the graffiti behind my work w/ my friend Marson’s bike. Which is the black label model from state bicycle co.
I’ve always been riding bikes but this is the 1st time with fixed gear. I love the simplicity and the way that you can customize it the way you like. its like when you get of age and skateboarding doesn’t agree with you anymore what’s your mom not gonna approve of? problem solved pick up a fixed gear bike. Why ride with no brakes? It’s more challenging and it looks cleaner that way it’s really a personal preference. Here are some of the pics I took while riding out a little in the snow.
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