It's Travis Collier's birthday today and we want to wish him the best! To celebrate, Travis put together a rad edit with a bunch of his recent clips. Actually, it has nothing to do with his birthday, but what better day to put the video up! Happy birthday Trav!
Travis Collier just got back from a quick trip out to Japan to judge a contest and sent over a bunch of photos from the trip. "In November I was invited by Hiroshi Uehara, the 430 crew and G-shock to judge one of the biggest BMX contests in Japan. It was BMX flatland, street, skateboarding & breakdance. Shit was amazing! It was set up as a TV show. Felt very compact at first glance, but it was meant to act as an action sports experience in a very intimate setup. Comp was amazing, so was the riding. Thanks to Hiroshi, G-shock and the 430 crew for such a rad week in Tokyo"
Check out this great video with Travis Collier, directed by Mike McKinlay.
Check out our latest ad in Ride featuring Travis Collier. If you have seen it you might be wondering what the deal with the big picturing of Travis' face in the background... Well, Travis and his friend Ryan run Clou Studio together and the owner of Lulu Lemon (a big yoga/apparel company) asked them to create something for the window display of their downtown Vancouver store. Not sure how they came up with the idea, but Travis and Ryan ended up doing huge portraits of their own faces... Pretty funny! Check out a few more pics of the window below.
[caption id="attachment_5105" align="alignnone" width="625" caption="Eric Marshall Photo"][/caption] Trav's been all over the place lately and has a new bike check and mini interview in the latest issue of BMX Plus. He also hit us up to let us know that he's been invited to help judge and ride in the G-Shock 'Real Toughness' event that's going down soon in Tokyo! Stoked for Trav, check out his BMX Plus feature and the poster for the G-Shock event below and get real tough!
Travis went down to LA recently and met up with Jeremy Pavia to shoot some photos. Jeremy put a dope post together on his blog about shooting with Travis. Check it out here!
Travis Collier just put together a new Borato frame with a custom safety orange paint job and it looks dope. He sent over a bunch of photos as well, check 'em out! - Frame: MacNeil Borato 20″ (custom summer colour) Forks: Primo Strand Bars: MacNeil XLT 8.75″ (custom summer colour) Grips: MacNeil Houndstooth Stem: MacNeil Cell Headset: MacNeil Wheelsets: MacNeil Primary hubs and Dub rims Tires: Odyssey Flatware Cranks: MacNeil Conjoined Sprocket: MacNeil Lambo Pedals: MacNeil Gauge Pegs: Animal Butcher with grip tape Chain: KMC chain Seat: MacNeil E.S.L. Seat post: MacNeil Stump
Hit up Fat Tony's blog to check out a rad 'Behind the Photo' feature where Tony talks about what went into shooting Travis' photo that ran on the back cover of the 2011 Flatland BMX Calendar. The shot turned out super rad and the feature is pretty in-depth, props to Fat on the pic.
Ride BMX released their first ever exposure meter, rating the overall exposure of pro riders based on all their coverage... The chart is super small, so it's hard to see all the details, but check out who slid into the no. 20 spot... That's right, our very own Travis Collier... Look what hard work and a few trips to California can do! Congrats Travis... You are exposuretastic... haha!
Travis Collier just sent over a bike check and a bunch of photos of his newest bike. Big thanks to David Lang for taking the pics! Frame: MacNeil 2011 Borato 20" Fork: Primo Strand Bars: MacNeil XLT 8.75" tall Grips: MacNeil Houndstooth Stem: MacNeil 5bolt Headset: MacNeil Seat: MacNeil ESL Post: MacNeil Sprocket: MacNeil Light 28t Cranks: MacNeil Conjoined 175mm Pedals: MacNeil Gauge Hubs: MacNeil Dubs 3/8 front, Rims: MacNeil Dubs Tires: Odyssey Frequency Gs Chain: KMC 710SL Pegs: Animal Butcher Weight: Light as shit