"I’m trying, but that’s trying too. It’s trying, trying."
John Self
Team Dilly: Sessions

Kurt posted this up on the Union yesterday. Check it out. 

More or less a mixtape from the past year of sessions with some of the Dilly members, plus a final, stand alone part by Phlandus Alexander. Features riding from Kyle Stark, Matt Thompson, Seth Peterson, Reed Stark, Phlandus Alexander, and myself, as well as cameos by Cody Smiglewski, Dutch Master Bill, and a guy in a pink shirt.

Another throwback. Gap to small bank, shot by Erik Hilburn. 

Another throwback. Gap to small bank, shot by Erik Hilburn

Throwback bump jumper to 180 bar. Thanks for the shot, Mykespace. 

Throwback bump jumper to 180 bar. Thanks for the shot, Mykespace. 

Another angle of riding the wrong bike in the right place. 

Another angle of riding the wrong bike in the right place. 

Riding “singletrack,” summer 2012. Photo by Riley McMastercleanse.

Riding “singletrack,” summer 2012. Photo by Riley McMastercleanse.

Cody Smiggles at sundown. 2011 sometime. 

Cody Smiggles at sundown. 2011 sometime. 

Reed Stark at Frostbike 2013.

Reed Stark at Frostbike 2013.

"I’m here and you are there. In a few minutes I will still be here."
Chigurh, No Country For Old Men
If you’re inclined, head over to my personal blog and read an interview with my friend, John Battaglia, who is a street photographer living in Brooklyn. We put this together last summer with the intent of selling it to an online zine, but as these things often go, it fell through and has been sitting in the dusty corner of my external hard drive ever since.
I’ll be posting articles, stories, rants and everything else that has nothing to with bike riding on my personal blog, DavidSeavey.tumblr.com, so if you give the slightest shit of what I have to say about things, all sorts of things, then give me a follow. This blog will remain as an outlet for my bike riding videos, photos and comments. 

If you’re inclined, head over to my personal blog and read an interview with my friend, John Battaglia, who is a street photographer living in Brooklyn. We put this together last summer with the intent of selling it to an online zine, but as these things often go, it fell through and has been sitting in the dusty corner of my external hard drive ever since.

I’ll be posting articles, stories, rants and everything else that has nothing to with bike riding on my personal blog, DavidSeavey.tumblr.com, so if you give the slightest shit of what I have to say about things, all sorts of things, then give me a follow. This blog will remain as an outlet for my bike riding videos, photos and comments. 

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