June 1, 2012

From Richmond to Vineland: Day One.

I flew into DC last night and after getting some convoluted directions, I found the car rental spot, got on my way and arrived in Richmond at 3am.
I’ll admit, I was hallucinating a bit while driving. But it was nothing some serius radio, specefically the First Wave station, couldn’t solve.

Woke up this morning to a cat that looks like a mogwai laying next to me. By 9am I was on some coffee and by 10am, Dillon Leeper and I were out the door to
check out Bunny Hop (and to visit and meet up with Neal Hise).
Bunny hop is a pretty quaint, yet fully stoked bike shop with an amazing aesthetic and a really good vibe. If you’re in greater Richmond, this is the
shop to check out. Thanks to those dudes for the shirt!

After some lunch at the infamous Panda Garden, we met back up with Neal and rode for a solid 8 hours.
Epic session, picking up a posse along the way. Here’s some photos below. More to come.

Dillon took me to the graveyard gap in Sean Burn’s Anthem section. Words (nor a photo or video) cannot describe how massive
this is.

Bunny Hop’s cozy little entrance.

Bunny Hop’s in house vinyl selection with adjoining record player.

I found this little tranny beside the statue of Mr. Bojangles.

Neal took us to this really fun colonial house: porch to turn down gap care of Dre Tylee.

First spot of the day: skatepark slab in the middle of a field. So good!


June 1, 2012


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