It is always great seeing something new from Eastern Bikes rider Adam Banton. He recently found out that the pool at his backyard will get jack-hammered. Quickly, he made everything to get a session down in it, so first he needed approval from landlords (check), than he needed to make it ridable (check) and finally invited Drew Hosselton over there for a session. This one looks fun.
Eastern Bikes and Josh Perry teamed up for a giveaway they are hosting until March 31st, where the will be giving away Josh’s signature seat. All you have to do is follow @joshperrybmx and @eastern_bikes on Instagram, find this photo, like it and you are in.
Time for more history lessons from guys over at the Eastern Bikes. Above you are looking at the 2008 prototype frame, they call it the Tiny Time frame and was made right before their Journey frame came out. This frame featured a bunch of really cool features, but was unfortunately too expensive to produce. Find more on Eastern.
Guys over at Eastern Bikes started a new series, called First Look, where they will be showing you guys sneak peeks of their upcoming products. For this first one, they released a photos of their newly designed drop outs, where they wanted to alleviate all the welds, to give you a clean, but yet strong look.
Now this is freaking rad. Eastern Bikes wrote a few words about the not-meant-to-be-sold Fatty frame. It is crazy how long ago this frame was made and how it was made. Just look at those dropouts and welds. Make you way over To eastern site for more photos and a story behind it.
Eastern Bikes dropped a bike check with one of those creative riders out there, Adam Banton, to show you what he is currently riding along with an interview about the whip, music and more.
Eastern Bikes did a bike check with Josh Perry and his Grim Reaper 7 machine for you to check out and Leigh Ramsdell also show a few photos of Josh boosting some air. You can find all you need about Josh’s bike on Eastern site.
If you have been following Eastern Bikes or our page, you’ve seen the trailer for Karl Poynter’s upcoming video and now here it is, fresh new stuff from technical wizard Karl, doing it for Eastern’s Friday Flick edit. I really like to up manual to backward manual on a rail, looks so sick. Must see.
Leigh Ramsdell from Eastern Bikes is here for you guys to show you two different ways how to install the Pop-N-Lock hub guard that is compatible with their hubs, Nitrous hubs and now also with Karl Poynter’s signature Ezra freecoaster/cassette hub. After the how to is done, Josh Perry takes it to test on a ledge and spine.