Generally referred to as BoostedBryn from his Instagram identify, Reece is from Bristol within the UK and I’ve been that means to attempt to shoot one thing with him for some time now. I saved seeing him sending wild gaps on Instagram and knew he would minimize the mustard for a wild P&Z video. Fortunate for us, he received supplied a experience from Starling Cycles final yr and headed over to NZ to mattress ‘er in, once he returned (and the worldwide pandemic somewhat calmed down), Starling’s large canine Joe McEwan introduced us collectively down south and we received right down to enterprise.
In addition to being pinned on the Starling Cycles Swoop, Reece was handed a Starling Klunker and a wild fancy gown outfit (undecided it was fancy gown for him although, simply the norm) for us to provide a very good beating and seize some consideration. 60 psi, harmful drifts and sore wrists ensued. And likewise a lot of laughs.. and really unusual seems. He really satisfied a chap (totally in character) at Belmont that he was legit seeking to ship the most important gaps on it. Mentioned chap was very frightened for his security.
Taking advantage of the final of the summer time, we headed to a number of the Southwest’s best spots the place berms had been concrete arduous and tech was free and dusty.
For these of you who do not know, Starling Cycles handbuilt stupidly quick metal full-suspension frames from their HQ in Reece’s hometown of Bristol. Within the video, Reece is driving the Starling Swoop – constructed with 27.5″ wheels, 160mm journey and with a customized butted Reynolds 853 body.
You possibly can be taught extra about Starling Cycles at www.starlingcycles.com and observe them on Instagram at @starlingcycles.
Reece, and Starling, would like to thank @bikeyoke @magura_bicycle @funnmtb @betdcomponents @sprungsuspension @morvelomtb
@ohlinsmtb @cushcore @ryanbuildswheels @theoverlandstore @morvelo for the help.
Video, Phrases – Caldwell Visuals
Images – Dave Value Picture
Thanks – Jamie Edwards, John Lambert.
Soundtrack – ‘Low Commotion’ – Tony Dork