Some friends, some bikes, some riding, some cities, some spots, some successes, some failures, some double negatives, some caffeine, some Elastoplast, some honeydew melon, some hassle, some deluxe bedding arrangements, some more caffeine, some novelty headwear, some budget bedding arrangements, some frightening quantities of meat, some old vehicles, some brand new vehicles, some motorway cruising, some confusion, lots of fun.
Everyone who came out and rode.
Everyone we met along the way.
Everyone who filmed.
The people who let us stay.
London, Bristol and Liverpool for being open-minded when it comes to city planning and architecture.
Stoke for deciding a skate plaza was the way to go.
Blackpool for thinking that low quality rag rock covered in abrasive concrete/cement was a good idea.
The Hilton for providing one good night's sleep.
That guy in Coventry for unintentionally letting Ali throw Sam through a table.
Everyone from the previous trips who sowed the seeds for this one.
Bikes for being fun.
If you've ever ordered something from TartyBikes, chances are you'll have received an order packed by Gav. However, bubblewrapping parts and booking courier deliveries isn't all Gav can do! He cruised up to Blackpool (with friend Lee) to come and have a session on his Inspired. This is the edit Gav cooked up of us riding - I'm always a fan of a good cultural reference here and there, and this video doesn't disappoint...
Revolution, along with Tricks and Stunts and Chainspotting is one of the great oldskool mountain biking vids and probably the start of the real trials Revolution featuring some of the greatest trials riders of the time.