Bill Walton in the wild.


November means it’s basketball season once again and the unmistakable voice of Bill Walton on television. In his day, Walton always stood out on the court, but I had no idea he was so hip away from the game as well!

Recently I came across a great photo set on Cold Splinters, showing the more adventurous side of Bill Walton. His vintage camping gear, hiking boots and Grateful Dead shirt would right into any number of look books and style editorials this fall. Same as it ever was. I hope Walton still has that shirt in the back of his closet.

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West America


There are two guys in Portland, Oregon with big ideas. Jordan Hufnagel of Hufnagel Cycles and James Crowe of Crowe Metal Co share a metal fabrication shop where they spend countless hours building just about everything. But these guys know there’s much more to life than making the things other people will use to see the world. They are about to embark on a massive and undefined journey through South America aboard two motorcycles they have completely stripped down and rebuilt to meet their exact needs. The machines are impressive. The trip will be impressive.  They are two of the raddest dudes I know. The stories and photos they collect from the road will be the best part.

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