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Posts Tagged ‘Animal’

Animal / Skavenger – 033

033 (2011 edit) from Velomarket on Vimeo.

033 is riding for Animal and Skavenger through Velomarket. This was filmed in Kiev, Ukraine.

Animal Flicker Life: 2011 DR Round 2


Nigel Sylvester and Ralphy Ramos went on a trip to Dominican Republic this year with Tyrone Williams, Marlon Europe and Tom Karasadowicz. Go to Animal site to check the photo gallery from the trip.

New Animal Prestige Hat Colorways


Animal just got some new colorways of their Prestige hat with corduroy.

Animal “Cuts” – Brian Wizmerski

“CUTS” Wiz from Animal Bikes on Vimeo.

Brian Wizmerski’s section from Animal “Cuts” DVD. Wiz kills it.
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Animal 2011 Joints Part 1


Animal posted a cool photo gallery featuring some of the ads, posters and catalog stuff from this year.

Animal FW12 – Words By Nigel Sylvester

Animal FW12 from Animal Bikes on Vimeo.

Nigel Sylvester talks about the Animal, how he grow up following this brand and about the Fall/Winter 2012 clothing collection. If you haven’t seen the videos of riders showing their new line click here.
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Animal Softgoods – Mike Hoder


Want to know how Animal’s Rundown Button Down shirt and Terminal beanie look on Mike Hoder? This is only one edit of many others that features Edwin De La Rosa, The Baby, Nigel Sylvester, Tyrone Williams, Oba Stanley and Tom White. Check them out after the jump.
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Butcher “Random 3”

Butcher “Random 3” from Animal Bikes on Vimeo.

This is Butcher’s section from his “Random 3” series. Butcher is just one grind maniac. Seen on Animal.
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Animal “Cuts” – Random

“CUTS” People’s from Animal Bikes on Vimeo.

“Heavy list of people in this section, and lots of filming locations East Coast, West Coast, Israel, Germany, Costa Rica and so on… the track is “Nostalgia” by Marco Polo and Masta Ace.”– Animal.

Animal Sprocky Balboa 2 Sneak Peek


This is just a sneak peek shot of Vinnie Sammon’s signature Animal Sprocky Balboa sprocket version 2. It looks like they will be using the splined system, what I think is one of the best systems ever. It’s simple and the less stuff the bike the better.