Wowwie! I love seeing beautiful one of a kind hardcourt bike polo bikes, and this Horse Cycles frameset more than fits the bill. The attention to detail in the paint job and geometry, the craftsmanship, the unique touches, I could go one and one. This beauty is owned by New York City’s Nate Mumford, who can be see slaying on the court with the notorious bike polo team, Ratking. There are a few photos below but you can find the full series of shots HERE!
Thanks to One to One Print Shop, the second run of Prospectors tank tops will be opened up as a pre-order first so that everyone that who wants one can get one. These tie-dye beauties are $20 + $5 for shipping worldwide! Head to the One to One Print Shop store to pick one up. With this summer heat wave, you don’t want to be caught without one. Speaking for the Prospectors, we appreciate you helping us afford the trip to the North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship.
One of my favorite hardcourt bike polo teams/some good friends of mine, Ginyu Force, have some really dope team t-shirts for sale. These Tallahassee gents are letting this cotton/poly pocket tee go for only $23 +shipping. They are available in the grey/black that you see above, as well as a navy/dark navy version. Check them out and place your order HERE! #GINYUDIGIT?!? I know I can!
We have almost made our way through the 2015 North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Association qualifier. There are only 3 left and this weekend we will be crossing off 2 more: Northside and Mexico. The Northside Qualifer is going down in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario and the top three teams will find themselves heading to the North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship. The Mexico Regional Qualifier will be happening in Guadalajara, Mexico and there we will also see the top three teams head to Lexington, Kentucky this September. Click on the name of tournament to follow along live, thanks to Podium.
In a surprising move, the North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Federation of The Upper Left Part of The World has released an addendum to the wildly popular and not at all argued over 2015 NAH Ruleset. According to the esteemed group, this addition (referenced by J. Rstom as “lil’ babycakes ruleset”) is meant to clarify the clarifications previously made—much as a chef may reheat melted butter for a delicious lobster.
Except the lobster is a ruleset, and the butter is another smattering of sweet, melty rules.
The additions shouldn’t surprise anyone, as they are just as clear as rules previously enforced by the NAH: