It’s great to see more and more photographers taking great hardcourt bike polo photos, and Will Melling is definitely help raise the bar for future bike polo photographers. Check out his series of photos from last weekends London Open HERE!
Too get us all excited for the start of the WHBPC 2014 in Montpelier, France next week, Paulette a Roulettes released her photos from last years championship in Florida. There are over 450 amazing photos from one of Europe’s leading bike polo photographers. Check them out HERE!
I wanted to do a special post for the 4th of July because I’ve been busy this week and unable to keep up with my updating duties. With limited time under my belt this week, I enlisted the talents of the legendary Jenny Scott to help me celebrate the 4th of July with a polo twist!
Enjoy these beautiful masterpieces that only she could create and happy 4th of July to everyone around the world! (even if the holiday is irrelevant to you)
I’m sure for most of the Poloverse, the name Pinch Flat Press means little to nothing, so let me do a little introduction for you. Pinch Flat Press is a screen printing company ran by polo players from Missoula, Montana; Jeremy Haas and Shannon Rose to be exact. With five years of hard labor put into professional screen printing, the two know how to make quality products. Just like all bike polo players, the sport never leaves their mind (especially while at work). For that reason, Pinch Flat Press used their skills to start The Great Bike Polo Revival.
This moniker has been plastered all over stickers and beer koozies for the past couple years so there is a good chance that you’ve seen some of them at a tournament. Looking to take The Great Bike Polo Revival a little more seriously, Pinch Flat Press added this amazing shirt, featuring their dog (and new mascot) Horace as a Pentecostal Holiness Church snake handler, to their brand (If you don’t know anything about this religious ritual, I recommend looking it up. Shit is crazy!). Not only is this hand-drawn front design amazing, but the quote at the bottom is bone chilling: “Kiss the Snake, Drop the Hammer”. On top of all of this, the sleeve of the shirt has a hand-drawn print of an upside-down cross made of mallets and it reads “Praise Polo”. This shirt has so much awesomeness that it may explode off of your chest!
If you want to pick one of these bombs up, all you have to do is head over to the Pinch Flat Press Etsy page. Jeremy and Shannon are also throwing in a free Pinch Flat Press koozie for the first six order! Order soon and be sure to follow them on FACEBOOK, as Jeremy and Shannon promise growth from The Great Bike Polo Revival in 2014.
Also, if you’re looking to get some team shirts for this coming year, hit up Pinch Flat Press! Support bike polo by keeping your money in bike polo!