Well it happened today. My son ate shit on his dirt bike at carnegie. Went off the side of a hill about 20-30 ft. Down flipped over the handle bars his #fox chest protector busted in 4 pieces (pic3) and broke his helmet and goggles which not only broke too but broke his nose and bruised his face, hurt his back (from bike landing on him)and bent the shit out of his back sub frame. I knew it was gonna happen at some point since he started riding with his dad and uncles but my goodness. For as scared as I was glad I wasn't there to actually see it happen. Just glad god was on his side and that is all that happened. And one of the first things he tells me when they got home was " the chest protector saved my life" Guess who's getting a new one for Christmas.... Oh trey glad u had fun but no more off the cliffs please. #wereyourgear#evenifubreakit#itwillsafeyourlife#boyswhoride#scaretheremomas#gothills
After 7 weeks of long days it’s pretty exciting for the real work to begin. Creating a new home for this small brand & the entire Bristol cycling community has been a dream come true, I can’t wait create many memories in this new location.
That @edwirgman on hand for the retro vibes 📷 as always.
Forever thankful to anyone who has supported me, or this small business I started 2 years ago. It’s not about making millions, but memories. It has certainly delivered, the friendships & adventures started through this place I wouldn’t change for anything. Peace out Old Market, it’s been an interesting ride.
Snapped by @epl.davies in my natural environment.