One of the fastest rising artists over the past couple of years, “6lack” (Black) is finally back with another heater. “Nonchalant” is the perfect label for this smooth, raspy voiced, vibey, track/video that he flows over effortlessly with fire lyrics. It leaves you feeling calm, yet motivated. Perfect for a Monday 👊🏼
Lyrics we felt: ‘I’m so f**king tired, somehow I still find the time To care a little more about my rhymes
To care a little more about my peers To think a little less about my fears To care a little more about your ears’
‘I give a piece of me to everybody I meet Not because they want it, it’s because it’s prolly in need
Claim they woke but they prolly asleep, In a cage, thinking if they’d make a mil’ They’ll be free like Meek, nah’
Linked up with Leatt Protectives Cole Martinez recently to capture his first day back on the bike for Part 2 of “The Recovery Process” and was stoked he was down to run the GoPro in one of our favorite locations. What we call “The Mug Shot”.
Check out this unique view of a lap around Pala Raceway and take note of how still Cole’s head remains while charging over all the obstacles.
Links below for “The Recovery Process” part 1 and 2.
Throwback to a behind the scenes piece we did for GoPro / Troy Lee Designs of Mitchell Oldenburg.
See a little of what its like to be a top level Pro Motocross athlete and how they prepare. From gate drop at Unadilla, to the checkers the following week at Buddscreek, and everything in between.
Shot in 2016 by Jarred Browne
Injuries aren’t fun but they’re apart of not just racing Moto, but life. And as the cliche quote goes “what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger”. Stoked for our Leatt/WJE Family member Cole Martinez who’s finally back on the bike after a severe leg injury. Check out this piece we recently made of that special first day back on the bike 👊🏼“You don’t realize how much you miss it.”During the last episode of The Recovery Process, our own Cole Martinez gave us all the details on his severe leg injury and how he had just made the tough decision to keep living the dream, racing his dirt bike. Part 2 covers the big day that all riders dream of while recovering from injury. The first day back on the bike. Get inside Cole’s head and life in this episode of The Recovery Process.🎥 @jarredbrowne#LeattFamily #ScienceOfThrill #Motocross
“It’s different, but this was more fun.”
Last time we checked in with Ryan Sipes he was racing a 125cc 2-stroke against the 4-strokes in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series.
We caught up with Ryan again at this year’s stop at #RedBudMX where he joined the rest of the racers and competed on a 4-stroke.
In this episode of “My Dirtbike Life” he gives us the rundown on the comparison between the two machines and what he thinks he can achieve on it moving forward.
🎥 Jarred Browne
#LeattFamily #ScienceOfThrill #4Stroke #ThisIsMoto
“It’s actually crazy passing factory people.”
Get In the Moment with #LeattFamily member and Lucas Oil Pro Motocross competitor Lorenzo Locurcio who, after missing the first two rounds of this year’s MX season, came out on a mission since his return at round 3, swinging his way well into the top ten.
He updates us on what the transition from #Supercross to #Motocross was like, the struggles of being a Privateer trying to put together a program to go racing, and what its been like mixing it up with the best racers on the planet.
🎥 Jarred Browne
#ScienceOfThrill #InTheMoment #ThisIsMoto #Privateer
Leatt Family member Ryan Sipes has been a man on mission, not only throughout his career, but especially in 2018. Racing everything from Flat Track, to select rounds of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series aboard a 125cc 2 – stroke.
We caught up with Ryan at the Tennessee National to chat about his decision behind racing the 125, how much his Family is involved in his racing, and what his career plans are moving forward.
We have some good dudes that are a part of the Leatt Protectives Family. Check out this video I put together that just dropped of our boy Cole Martinez. We hang out at his house, play video games, and a few months later link up at the beach to talk about his progress since his leg injury from his crash at the Daytona Supercross.
“I started riding when I was 4 years old, and nothings changed I still love it. There’s nothing like racing dirt bikes.”
Get ‘In the Moment’ with Pro Motocross rookie and Leatt Family member Kevin Moranz as he chats with us about his transition from #Arenacross to making his Pro #Moto debut, what the Privateer life is like, and what keeps him going.