Since we got back from our little adventure depicted in The Delivery we had forgotten how comfortable the helmets Ruby let us use for the 1000 mile journey were. Once again those good ol boys based in Paris let us use another ‘Castel St Germain‘ for the Bulldog shoot.
Personally I am not a big fan of full face helmets whatever the style and although admittedly they do stop your face from being rubbed along the tarmac in the event of an ‘off’, I still dont get the entire satisfaction that I get when riding with a simple open faced number.
However I have met my match. Le Castel, as I am sure you agree looks the business, espieally with the tinted visor and even better no fogging up due to the clever and eye catching ventilation in the chin piece. Safe to say if I were to suddenly become sensible and cross over to the dark side and buy a full face then I am pretty sure it would be one of these beauty’s.
Check out there entire range here:
Thanks to all those you have made 2013 our best yet! Merry Christmas and Happy new year!
The wintertime sun can be a nasty one. There is very little of it, there is very little warmth from it but it still manages to blind you more intensely than any summer sun could do. All the more reason we donned Fan Optics sleek set of ‘Brock’ sunglasses made here in Blighty!
We have worked with them before for our film ‘The Delivery’ and they performed flawlessly throughout the entire trip, so we thought it was a shame not to get them out for the upcoming release of the Bulldog. We think they look mighty fine!
Check their British made optics here:
Its not tee wearin weather but the tee’s we used on the Bulldog shoot were too good not post about!
Thanks goes to Rivet and Hide again for them. Although nothing too fancy, the artwork was super schweet and the printing top notch quality. Promise you its not too long to the Bulldog release now and good news is we have a little video aswell…..
Check out these fine tees’s here:
Rivet and Hide
Our latest shoot for the OEM Bulldog turned out to be a fantastic day, the sun shone and the sky was blue, so we decided to take her to a beautiful location hidden in the depths of the north Norfolk countryside of which you will see more of shortly…
We were lucky yet again to have some stunning attire to choose from, a lot of which was kindly supplied by British based company Rivet and Hide. Their specialty is premium selvedge denim sourced from all around the world. For the Bulldog shoot we had a few items which included within was a set of Flathead Japanese denim jeans, the quality and thickness of the denim is unbelievable, very different to the usual sets you see on the high street.
Rivet and Hide also stock Hiut denim and Dawson Denim, some of the only British based denim makers in the country of which you will be seeing more of shortly…
Check them out here:
Rivet and Hide