Wow. What a weekend. As you can imagine, anytime the best riders from Philly come up to NYC to hang out and Ride/Relax, amazing shit happens. The Slow Sunday crew came up for the Bootleg Sessions premiere at Bike Shorts tonight. We spent the last 48 hours gettin pitted and pinch flats. Last night, we hit up a few spots in the neighborhood, got some good food and pretty much just goofed off. The crew woke up and rolled out to the polo courts and eventually, back out to the banks. After 3 hours of hammering it out, we all rolled to Fett Sau and ate some good bbq. With full stomachs, we made our way to Bike Shorts. Once all the films were shown, the premiere of Bootleg Sessions took place. Within the next few months, you'll see a series of very serious and heavily produced track bike videos. All of these videos are very artistic and intensely edited and compiled. Bootleg Sessions IS NOT one of these films. Bootleg is gritty and funny and takes the energy of old skate videos and re-appropriates it for the track bike riders paving the way and laying the foundations of the sport. Think of 411 Volumes 1-8. This series will be quick [4 months from filming to pressing] and low-brow production. This is not a diss to videos like MASH, Macaframa and others. However in this fast-paced world of Youtube videos and blogs, videos need to be cranked out in weeks, not months. There's a place for both styles, but the riding is evolving that fast, so it's nice to get something so fast and so fresh. Anyway, enough of the bullshit. Here's a few multi-burst shots from this weekend and one short Youtube joint I posted.