Last Saturday Night, for One Night Only. SLC, Utah.









On Saturday night Dice Magazine and Bolts Action teamed up with Super Top Secret to launch Issue 58. 
Salt Lake came out in full force and we threw one hell of a party. We asked Andy from Pangea Speed to help me out with "Chopper Challenges", a series of games(old and new) to get the crowd participating and see how high we could raise the bar. We started with the Slow Race, then the 2X4 Challenge, Pin The Mustache on the Hipster, Chopper PiƱata, and the grand finale was the Launch Ramp contest which came down to two dudes who both went about 40 feet out on their sporties! 500 people lining the alleyway of Super Top Secret and no one got hurt, no fights, and the cops didn't get called, we were literally playing the odds! We moved everyone inside as God's Revolver went on around 10:30 and we started the Mini Ramp Jam for the following 45 minutes, so many local rippers it was insane. 900 PBR's were consumed and 15 cases of Peligroso Tequila, yikes! It was a night to remember and we definitely have big shoes to fill for the next one.
Here are some photos of the evening. The BOSS shots are from Steven Stone, 
 
 
and here are some randoms from all over the place, some showing the room before the kick off.















What a fantastic time. So many thanks to Jake Hobbs, Andy Carter and Jeremy Jones. And too Steve Stone and all at Super Top Secret. Lets do it again!!!!
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DicE Issue 58 - The Bolts Action Issue.

You know that one episode of Happy days where Fonzie is all like "Eeyyyyy someone has given me a stupid 70's ear warmer haircut and a vinyl jacket even though this show is set in the 50s" and Potsie is all like "Geez Louise guys the 50s are the greatest and we should all just go to the sock hop and do the lindy hop bop" and then Ralph Malph pipes up with "Bite me douche you are retarded" then Joanie jumps in with "I heard that Chachi has a big one!" and then Al from Arnolds ends it with "Yeh Yeh Yeh Yeh..." You remember that one? Me too I hate that episode it was shite. What's not shite is the new DicE, Issue 58 in collaboration with our friends in SLC, BOLTS ACTION!

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Wrecked Metals Panhead - Boise, Idaho.
Photo: Dylan Howell.




Chris Bridgewaters land speed bike - Yucaipa, California.
ourCaste/Mike Quinones




Eddies Panhead - East LA.
Photo: Troy Critchlow.




Cuts Like A Knife Part 2.
Photo: Ivester Creative.




Steven Motta - Burbank, California.
Photo: Jeff Stockwell.




Bolts Action - SLC.




Toninos Big Twin Evo - SLC.
Photo: Rob Mathis.





The Butcher - Stockholm, Sweden.
Photo: Nicke Svensson.




Rustless 16 page insert.




The Scarab - Ventura, California.
Photo: Larry Niehues.





Hellbound 2 - Berlin, Germany.
Photo: Sebastian Skiba.




i-D'd - Lindsey Lionheart.




Merry - Brighton, England.
Photo: Sam Christmas.





Jonathon Lopez - Austin, Texas.
Photo: Autumn Spadaro.




Disasterdaze - BC, Canada.
Photo: Matt Savage.




Bobs XR 1000 - Park City, Utah.
Photo: Seth Huot.




Vintage Dreams - Nor.Cal.
Photo: Carey Haider.




Mike Vils Part 2.



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DICE ISSUE 58/BOLTS ACTION SPECIAL COLLECTORS PACK







Here it is! In collaboration with Bolts Action, Salt Lake City. UT. What you get with this 50 limited collectors pack is 1 x Nixon Blaster. A shock-resistant, water proof, fantastic quality wireless portable speaker. 25 in black and 25 in white. All numbered 1 to 50 and hand decorated by Jake Hobbs and Jeremy Jones. You also get 1 x fantastic issue of Dice #58, the Bolts Action issue, splendid!!
Nixon Blaster details HERE.   
On sale at 9am California time on Wednesday October 29th from our ONLINE STORE.
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This Saturday Night!

Hopefully you have heard by now, but in case you haven't, we are having one hell of a shindig next weekend in Salt Lake City. Everyone is invited. We will have free tacos, drinks, Gods Revolver will be playing a set and you can skate the mini ramp, and we will be running some fun challenges organised by Andy Carter (Pangea Speed) and be giving away one rad prize from each of our sponsors. Cant wait!
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Anti Gravity.





A couple of weekends ago on the Analog Run my Chinese battery decided it didn't want to play any more. I had gotten as far as Ojai, about 80 miles from my starting point, and the shovelhead went from miss firing to full on shut down mode in the space of a few minutes. Jason and I investigated the problem in a convenient gas station and determined it was indeed a dead battery. Jason took off on his bike and returned 30 minutes later with a (also Chinese) replacement. I was back on the road again. Forward wind to the journeys end at Lopez Lake and there was Eric from Anti Gravity batteries putting up his tent. Oh how he laughed when I told him what had happened. Anti Gravity are Lithium-Ion batteries made in Compton, CA, They are tiny, powerful and will not break, an amazing bit of kit. He kindly sent me one over and it's now nestled in my oil tank and working like a charm. You even get chunks of self adhesive foam padding in the box with the battery to take up any slack left after removing the old piece of shit lead one. I reckon every bike should run one of these little beauties.
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