Oct 05 2015

Jared Eberwein: Five-Ten Shoes.

” I did a show back in April of this year in Redlands for a big Cycling event they do every year. I met a couple of people while I was doing the show that worked at five ten and they were awesome and excited about why was going on. They said since there located right in the town of Redlands that I should come by for a visit. We exchanged numbers and went on our ways. I unfortunately just got super busy and my sons birth followed two months after which seemed way shorter. I would say about three months after that show in Redlands I finally dialed their numbers and caught up a bit. They turned me over to the person who handle all the bike sponsorships, his name is Tyler. He’s an awesome dude, and very welcoming. We got to chatting and before you knew it, I got to go have a tour of the warehouse, go to breakfast and walk out with more shoes then I could carry. Five Ten is known for the extremely grippy shoes, there huge in the MTB industry. I had gotten some of the grippy traditional shoes and then some of the “dirt” shoes which has a sole they call micro dots, a lot more circles and a lot smaller. Just recently I’ve grown to learn that the micro dot sole shoes are my shoe of choice. I rode in the regular sole shoes for two months before I tried the micro dot sole. I thought just because they were a new shoe, that I would have to get use to it. Kind of struggled with certain tricks and got scared a bit. Come to find out, if you want to do trick, micro dots are the way to go, if you wanna stay glued to your pedal hauling down a hill, traditional sole is that route. Five Ten is really into bikes of all aspects, it’s awesome to see that in a company. Another twist is there a really big company in the rock climbing world, so there warehouse has a rock climbing sculpture that looks like a lot of fun. I’ve never done so, so maybe next time I’m there I’ll give it a shot. ”


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Oct 02 2015

Mulville: Goodbye St. Pete Pier.

My buddy Andy Barber hit me up yesterday (Thursday Spt.25) to just have a pedal around downtown St. Pete for a few hours in the evening, just to be a little active.
We ended up just rolling around to town with no destination in mind, but as we did, Andy would just call random things for me to do along the way, while he snapped some photos of the doings.

While on on our little downtown adventure, we also stopped by the famous St Petersburg Pier, which is currently being torn down to build a new one.
Because of the removal of this landmark, we decided to try and get it in the background of some photos we shot together.

Thanks to Florida for a beautiful evening yesterday and thanks to Andy for the good pal company and snapping a bunch of fun photos.
Also, shout out to Kemper Pheil for meeting up with us while shooting the Palm Tree fakie with the Pier in the background.
Great times.

- Mark Mulville

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Oct 01 2015

18th anniversary 25t Blackjack Now Available!

Reintroducing the 2016 Profile Blackjack sprocket celebrating 18 years (1998) since its inception.
25t only.
6061 Aluminum.
Anodized black with post production machining.
And the best part: available at the 1998 price!

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Sep 29 2015

Ricky Moseley: West-Coasting it.

From recent Adventures up in the Northwest with the BMX Free Style TEAM.
It was an awesome trip being on the road with Victor Salazar and my self. Broke off and shot some photos at skateparks and different spots along the way. Getting stoked for the upcoming Profile SoCal trip…hope everyone can meet up and kick it!


Photo Cred: Victor Salazar

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