In case you missed it, Mr. Do dropped some huge news on us over the weekend. The Do Crew announced that they will be live streaming Ladies Army 7 from down in the beautiful San Francisco, California. We are beyond excited that one of the largest tournaments of the year will actually be live streamed! Thank you to the Mr. Do crew and to the Ladies Army 7 organizers for making this happen!
To celebrate the start of the 2015 tournament season, Heckler’s Alley, your one stop bike polo shop, has a special promotion to help get you read. From now until I don’t know when because they didn’t tell me, they are offering 15% off of all the components that you’ll need to build a mallet. Heads, shafts, grips, connects, all the buttery goodness for your hardcourt bike polo tournament season. Head to their webstore HERE to take advantage of this great special!
We have some insider info that the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship VII organizers are planning to make an announcement regarding the tournament’s format in the next week. To make sure that you’re in the know for this information and anything else coming from Timaru Bike Polo, they have set up an email list where they will be sharing all the information. Follow this link HERE to sign up!
A few days ago NBC’s Today show featured a segment on hardcourt bike polo. Like many news stories, they first started talking about horse polo and then broke into a story on it’s ugly step-child, hardcourt bike polo. The hardcourt focus centered on the Raleigh Bike Polo club during a day of pick up, and the reporter even joined them on the court! You can find the video for the “Love polo? Dont own a horse? We have a sport for you!” HERE!
Rustbelt Welding out of Cleveland, OH have released the 2015 line of their Marco hardcourt bike polo frameset. Made of True Temper tubing and coming standard with paragon sliding drop outs with disc mounts, these beauties will set you back $925. While these framesets are more expensive than a lot of the hardcourt bike polo frameset that you see on the market in the US, they are made by true metal craftsman and will out last your less expensive option.
If you’re interested in picking up a frameset, you can head to their virtual shop HERE to pick one up! Also, if you’re looking for a bike polo fork, they have those for sale for only $175. Go pick up a shred machine!