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Conversations with Kei Miura

Game-changing designer, art maestro, extraordinaire. These are the words that best describe TRA Kyoto’s Kei Miura. Last July, I had the privilege to meet and talk about design with him. …

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The Jacket Show 2

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Bring The Ruckus

Saturday March 24th, The Ruck Out rolled out of Illest in Downtown Los Angeles en route to Alpinestars, with a quick stop at Honda HQ. Close to 100 riders stormed the city and woke up the neighborhood. The Alpinestars crew mounted 10 GoPro cameras to one Ruckus and this is what was captured.

Here’s some photos from the event.

If you missed out on the Ruckout, no worries there’s alway next year and don’t forget to check out Part 1!

One Response to Bring The Ruckus

  1. Robert Reynolds

    Sweet video, love my ruckus, when I am done with the Evo I am gonna get to work on the Ruckus.

    PS-WHO IS THIS SICK BEAT BY?

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