There are countless places in the world where we could have been born, a million possibilities for living circumstances and scenarios we could be in, but torn down to the raw basics we have our "freedom" as Americans. Having a meet for the heck of it, or for a (com)passionate cause is where we draw our strengths and leave messages to our future. Colin Kagel is my "sunrise guy," if you can't tell by the pics, it was butt-crak-of-dawn-early, and Colin was out on his grind. No sad face, no excuses, FOR ALL OF YOU!
We never stop looking for the next feature, or hoping that our next supporter submits their ride. The keen eye of John Sediego, our SD GripSet aficionado, seems to be in tune with our needs. As the year begins to wind up for the end of 2013. We slow it down a bit, and bring you some passionate builds.
Two heads are always better than one, but two lenses? Pure Magic. Each photographer sees something different in that lens,hence our Part. II coverage. Newcomer to the GripSet Family, a very young man by the name of Joshua Sayre has joined the GripSet Familia. The Kids these days will own the future. Their talents are bright, promising, and abounding.
This collab feature with video, could have never been possible without the talents and permissions of both bike builders, Destroyer Customs, and photographer Cay Leppälä, for their part in getting this to us. Our key GripSet player was Colin Kagel who provided the final image renderings that made this a concrete feature for the 'set. It's been looooong overdue, but with patience success is inevitable.
The event that grows evermore each year, seems to be Auto Fashion. In this tailored lifestyle, these VIP, and VIP styled cars highlight another aspect of our car culture. On site was GripSet's John Sediego, to cover it all. Telling the story from behind his lens we go in depth with the flare of VIP Automobiles.