Tyler let loose at the I-5 Colonnade Park a few weeks back. Chris captured and put together this edit.
“We’ve been a little distant the last few months. Don’t think that we haven’t been busy. I gathered together a few flip clips from Chris, Tyler, and even a rare Zlog spotting. Summer has arrived in Seattle and we’re still here.”
Some leftovers from the past few months and a couple new ones. enjoy
Back to the winter dungeon, the P6 parking lot.
CSK dudes Tyler, Chris, Kyle, and myself gathered a few clips while avoiding the winter weather here in Seattle
I am thrilled to share with you the results of a summer long endeavor that we’ve titled When People Stop Being Polite And Start Getting Real. This video embodies all that the CSK Northwest Division stands for. Maintaining courage, being open to change, and leveraging life long learning opportunities.
Tyler with a footplant hard 180 off the wall over the rail at Garfield. This is absolutely insane, and im glad Jake was there to catch it on film. Check out more great photos on Jakes Flickr
What’s next for Tyler, 4 pegs?
Tyler Johnson put a lot of work into this video for COAL Headwear. If you don’t already know, COAL is a Seattle based company that specializes in knit hats. They have always been eager to support the bike community and people within it such as Tyler. Not only are they awesomely supportive, they really know how to make a great beanie. If you’ve never worn one you might not know what you are missing. Now, get stoked and watch this vid!
Pulled from TJ’s site Blogging Miles.
I just got my first run of bloggingmiles t shirts done. I am so happy how they came out. These are two designs that I made a while ago, they are discharge printed on American Apparel T-shirts. Made and Printed in the U.S.A. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE ONE
Jacob put this vid together to show off the CSK basketball jerseys. There is some awesome riding in the beginning by the Chris, Tyler and Jacob and then basketball bro-down at the end.
Collared Shirt Krew
Tyler took second at the Red Bull Ride & Style event and I am super stoked for him considering the intense level of competition that he faced. Tyler’s pedal feeble to 180 bar was, without a doubt, one of the most exciting tricks of the day. It is especially awesome if you know that it was the very first time that he had attempted the trick, let alone land it first try! Great work Tyler!
Tyler delivers a solid edit to introduce H PLUS SON’s new freestyle rim, the Todestrieb (roughly translated to: A death instinct). Available in 26″ and 29er. Chrome and Black Chrome finishes
Filmed on located in Long Beach, California by Matt Spencer. Complete with plenty of bump jumps, barspin to wheelies and some wall rides.
Chris, Tyler, and myself took advantage of a nice Monday and went back to our old Living Room DIY Spot. With some quick and dirty renovations we got the couch back in to commission.
Got this mini line for CSK and ZLOG LIFE
A couple smooth clips of our boy Tyler put together by the CSK President and CEO Jacob Ruff. CSK
This little video is like a 2011 scrapbook for ZLOG. All of us went through our old clips and tried to put together a sort of timeline for the past year. it probably has alot more meaning to me then it will to the average person but I think you will get it. Anyways, Im really thankful to have some cool dudes to ride with here in Seattle, and im gonna ride as much as I can in 2012, because we all know its our last year here on earth.
The whole crew has been working hard helping Tyler film for this and I am so stoked to see the fruits of all his labor. Here is a couple behind the scenes shots I have been sitting on. The related quick clip can be found here.
Old clips taken with my iphone 3 & 8mm Vintage Camera app. Chill times and wet pavement. Featuring: Tyler Johnson & Chris Clappé.
Music: King Dude – Witch’s Hammer
3 quick clips on some conduit railing from myself and Tyler. More to come soon.
So much determination… Cannot wait till the full edit comes out. TJ is bringing the heat!
Head over to SKYLMT and snag a pair of Skyscraper handlebars designed by none other than our very own Tyler Johnson. I’ve seen them in person and they are some of the best looking hi-rise bars out there.
went out riding for a couple hours and tyler got this nose manual that was about 20 feet.