When I was in San Francisco last, I was lucky enough to stop by one of my favorite shops, Mash SF. One of the most progressive brands in cycling. Mash is really working to evolve the sport and supporting the people that are. I left as many No Life disposable camera’s as I could carry in my jersey pockets on my way through, hoping that some of the amazingly talented people that call the Mash SF store home would be stoked on a free camera. Most of the Mash riders and employees are living the west coast dream. It’s such an honor to be able to share some of my favorite people’s beautiful lives in one place, and with such an interesting perspective such as film. I can’t thank you enough for picking up that camera Walton!! Here’s what he had to say:
My iphone had previously gotten stolen on the train out of Girona following the Barcelona edition of the Red Hook Crit and I was over the camera-deprived aspect of being “unplugged”. So it was an ideal time for me to have picked up this NLLTL camera which had been kicking around Mash. The camera was shot as I started riding again, after ending my cyclocross season due to a broken collarbone. Long sleeves, group rides, and blue skies sum up this bay area’s winter and on this camera the Berkeley hills, Folsom river, u23’s, junior, and ex-professionals, as well as some lonely bike portraits fill the roll.