MASH SAN FRANCISCO PREMIERE EVENT RECAP Oct 12, 2015 Categories: alleycat, MASH, MASH Frames, News, Photo 0 Comment When we started the 10 year project, it was tuff to see the light at the end of the tunnel, being it was by far the biggest project I have worked on in my adult career. I sat with Garrett and planned a ruff map of components including a large photo/design book showing the history of MASH, a full length new movie that shows where the level of riding has progressed to, street racing, where we come from, and where our passion still lives today, and space to show these photographs, design projects, and art from our friends over the years. Once we had this on paper, we dove into organizing 10 years of photographs, and design projects, and with Dylan’s help, we shaped up the 355 page book. The video was always being shot in the background, with no real deadline, or end goal beyond keep shooting. By creating a calendar to share all of these ideas, a premiere in San Francisco would be our first stop on what would become a world tour. On September 12th 2015, we shared with the locals, and travelers alike, what we love. Track bikes and their riders using the streets and roads of the Bay Area, to express their interconnection of these elements. This series of photographs show some details from that weekend in San Francisco. We are grateful to all of our friends who tirelessly helped us prepare, who hung artwork in the middle of the night, who worked checkpoints at races, or lost their voices screaming at a video projection, and who woke up the next morning to sweat out the previous nights celebration. We want to thank sponsors that contributed by supporting these riders with the hardware needed to make this video/book possible, and the added legs to travel it around the world. THANK YOU.