Chris Brown and photographer Christopher Mortenson to get some photos done of Stolen’s all new 1984 T-shirt, which is available now. Hit your local shop or favorite mail order and get fresh.
Chris Brown enjoys cruising around town and hitting various street spots. This guy is still under the knife, due to an injured knee, but this new Stolen web edit of him, is good as hell and I hope we will be seeing him back in the game as soon as possible. This guy is master of feeble grinds on rails and rail rides. Enjoy.
Guys over at Stolen put together a flipbook to show you their spring 2013 T-shirt line, using Morgan Long, Sean Morr, Jackson Ratima, Chris Brown, Chase Zink, J.J. Anderwald, Glen Girbovan and Kurt Russell as models.
Jackson Ratima has a bike check up on QBMX showing you guys his Stolen Legion setup, with all the closeup shots and parts list. That is one dialed street machine.
This is Jackson Ratima’s first ever Stolen print ad, where he pulled this high manual to promote Stolen’s half link chain, that will be from now on also available in gang green and neon orange.
Follow Stolen’s newest addition to the team, Jackson Ratima, through the day as he visits Tip Plus and Stolen warehouse with Chris Brown. Jackson and Chris also threw a quick session down with Dave Escobar, so if you are a grind addicts, you will definitely found something useful in here.
Phill Aller decided to part ways with his psonsor Stolen, but all on good terms.
“I have ridden for Stolen Bike Co for three years, I’ve been on some awesome trips with the team around the US, UK, The Channel Islands and Tenerife. I’ve made some awesome friends through riding for Stolen. Over the past couple of month’s I’ve found myself disagreeing with a few matters and drifting away from the brand. Now is the time to walk away and see what’s round the corner.
Huge thanks to Leroy for putting me on the team, Anthony Revell Bertie Buck for drinking all the beers, Dave Wootten, Paul Alfaro, Sam Buros for being a dude and the UK and US team riders for being awesome.” – Phil Aller
Stolen introduces their all new Silencer and Barrel pegs. With the silencer peg, their main idea was to make one of the best plastic pedal with aluminum insert on the market, so they sat down with all the riders to make the best out of it. Since Sean Morr head a big part in the making dream come true, they decided these will be his signature pegs. The second peg, Barrel peg, is pretty much the same as the insert of Silencer peg, just that this one is made out of chromoly and needs a washer to fin the plastic sleeve. If you think these could be your next pegs, make your way to their page for more info and photos.
Stolen’s latest print ad features Morgan Long boosting an euro table out of this wild transition and the Joint tire. This ad can be found in the newest issue of the Ride BMX magazine, issue 189.
From the title you will notice that the main feature of the 2013 Stolen Sinner complete bike is the left hand drive option. This bike includes a 100% CrMo frame, forks and 8.65″ bar. Headset, BB and front hub are all sealed and cassette is semi-sealed. It has Stolen’s Thermalite pedals, Kushion pivotal seat and Stolen 2.2/2.3″ white wall tires.