Last modified: November 13, 2009

Fast is Forever

This is our add for the next issue of Cog Magazine.  It sports our man Trevor the Robeast Crayton and celebrates his victories at the 2009 All City Championship in both the match sprints (Trevor is the undisputed king of match sprints in Minneapolis, I believe this is the third year in a row he has won it and he has never been beaten, nor seriously challenged.  If you're out there reading this and you think you can sprint, show up next year and give him a try) and the alleycat aboard the Big Block.  We thought it would be funny to get him into a professional photo studio and take a picture of him in his kit. (I have never met a non European who loves spandex, speedos, or manties as much as Trevor)

just an FYI: that bag he's wearing is the championship bag made by our buddy and Minneapolis messenger Andy Larson of Trash Bags, if you have mess or backpack needs check him out.

We're also kicking around the idea of making a new cycling cap with Fast is Forever on the brim, so lookout for that sometime next year. maybe


the Beast and the world famous Chris Zito celebrate his victory after the sprints

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