We’ve got some exciting news. We just added Jonny True Torch to our line up of site sponsors, and as a result, we’re reviewing one of Johnny Severin’s radically cool hand built 26″ chromoly looptail Webco Pro cruiser frame and forks. Even if you weren’t into BMX back in the 70s and 80s you’ll still be able to appreciate the quality and craftsmanship that goes into all of Johnny’s parts. Click here to see more radness.


Seeing as how this is a community of vintage and custom bike builders, it only makes sense that once a year everyone joins in on a single project with the intention of building one cool ride. The mission this time around was to build a replica of the boardtrack inspired bike illustrated in the RRB “Speed Forum” T-shirt design. It was fun watching everyone come together to build this bike and it’ll also be fun watching the auction for it starting December 1st. Check out the build thread…


Here’s your chance to show off your bike and your photography skills. Each member gets to submit one final photograph into the contest. Twelve photos will be chosen for a possible 2012 RRB calendar. Get creative, have fun and don’t forget to submit your final photo by November 20th, 2011. Click here…

STEVE JOBS 1955-2011

Back in 1991 I started my education as a graphic designer and then later my career as a designer in 1996. Throughout all of these years I have been a Mac user and have relied heavily on the incredible products that Apple has provided to design and earn a living for my family. It was not unexpected to hear about Steve Job’s passing today, but is was definitely shocking. As a Mac Pro, iMac, iPhone and iPad user I can honestly say that they are the best computing and communication devices I have ever used. Heck, this very site was designed and built on an iMac. Thank you Steve Jobs for all that you have done…you will be greatly missed.