The fourth GrindWorks Podcast is up for your viewing and listening pleasure with another Pittsburgh local, Jake Hoebler.
Hey all! Some of you may have noticed this go up a day and a half ago if you subscribe to our YouTube Channel; the rest of you are just seeing it now, and that’s ok too!
This is the third installment of the GrindWorks Podcast. This time, I talked to Pittsburgh local, Alex Stape, about a recent motorcycle accident, his road to recovery, and what he’s been doing to pass the time. Check it out after the jump… Continue reading “GrindWorks Podcast 003”
It took about a month since the first podcast to get some minor lighting improvements figured out and to line up another guest due to the holidays and whatnot, but it did happen. This time was with Tyler Cramer, a Pittsburgh local, and we spent quite a bit of time chatting about a little history, what he’s been up to, and what he sees for the future. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading “GrindWorks Podcast 002”
Last year we had the privilege of having a commercial for our Street Lite pegs in Props Issue 79. Most of our crew grew up in the Props era; always waiting for the next issue, road fools, or mega tour to come out. As soon as we heard there was a new issue in the works, we jumped right in to participate. You can pick up the complete Props Issue 79 here.
We’ve been slowly working on getting set up to bring more content out recently, specifically in the form of a podcast in some way. The setup is at a point that, while still crude, is functional. What better way to figure out what we still need to do than you just start creating? So I (Andrew Vargason) sat down with James Yusczyk and did a trial run through a podcast, and I thought it went pretty well, but there’s obviously a long ways to go, too. Check out what we came up with and feel free to drop comments on the video or on this post with suggestions or feedback. Video after the jump… Continue reading “GrindWorks Podcast 001”
In case you haven’t heard, there are some new tariffs that passed and are taking affect now through January, and carrying on indefinitely thereafter. Andrew Vargason sat down on Brant Moore‘s podcast and discussed some possibilities that this could mean for the industry. We also posted a controversial meme on our Instagram about the tariffs a few days prior that made light of them for US manufacturer’s, but the reality is, nobody really knows for sure what is going to happen and how it is going to affect all of us in the BMX industry. Take some time to listen in and educate yourself with your own research afterwards. The podcast does eventually transition into some more general discussion about AV himself (myself?) and about GrindWorks.