4/11, Update: I've sold all the shirts! I have a little over $200 to send to the Red Cross. It's not a huge sum of money but I know every little bit helps. Thanks to everyone who bought one of these.
A few days ago I got the urge to design a shirt that we can sell and then donate the money to relief efforts in Japan. A quick design and quick printing and voila! We have a limited number available, 5 medium and 5 large (and maybe 1 XL). Pricing is $17 shipped (within the 48 contiguous States) and 100% of that will go to the International Red Cross. If you are interested contact me via FlatWebTV's Facebook page.
Design notes: A simple red dot to represent the hino maru (Japanese national flag), turned into a 43-tooth sprocket with the words がんばれ 日本 across the gear (translated as "Do Your Best Japan!" which is a common rally cry in Japan). The FlatWebTV and BSR (Bicycle Soul Rider) logos are positioned below. Red ink on white short-sleeve.
Update: The signed XL is available now too. This was passed around at the Old School BMX Reunion on April 2 and signed by guys like Mat Hoffman, Dennis McCoy, Brian Blyther, Ron Wilkerson, Dave Nourie, Rick Allison, Rich Sigur, Tony Murray, Jose Yanez, Scott Freeman, Dylan Worsley and more. This one is a flat $43 shipped to the lower 48. Other destinations please contact me direct. 100% of the proceeds go to the International Red Cross to help relief efforts in Japan.
Scott Hagnas // Now:Then // 2018
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