Archive for January, 2011

Machine Politics vs Beaver Men by kev

Machine Politics vs Beaver Men from kev on Vimeo.

Previously: Boston Bike Polo Presents: Winter Lockdown

KIA Commercial – Share The Road


New Compound for Eighthinch mallet heads

Seen in my RSS for Eighthinch but oddly can’t find it on the site. That might have been because the post was pulled from the site but not the feed.?

Below is what was posted with the photos.

Last night I got the first photo’s of our new bike polo mallet. The design remains the same but the compound used is all new and much improved. The weight stays the same at 120g but cracking issues have been solved and the new compound is a lot stronger giving it a much longer life. We’ll release more details once we get them in stock. We’ll have a bunch down at the Desert Polo Invite at the end of the month. Stay tuned for our new tournament mallet that’s in the works too.

Dogs, Bike Polo

For you Ken.

Boston Bike Polo Presents: Winter Lockdown

Boston Bike Polo Presents Winter Lockdown
Indoor Bike Polo Tournament
January 15th – 16th, 2011
Saugus, Massachusetts


1st The Guardians Julian, Dustin, Seabastien (seattle)
2nd Cinnamon Rolls Royce Paul, Ian, Mark (NYC/RVA/PHI)
3rd Machine Politics Ben, Joe, Matt (Chicago)

2011 Desert Polo Invite

Desert Polo Invite III
N.A. Qualifier Bike Polo Tournament
January 29th – 30th, 2011
Tempe, AZ

I just caught this in my RSS feed. Seen on the EighthInch site.

The updated flier makes things official. The Desert Polo Invite will be a qualifier for the North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Championships this year. The top 8 teams qualify automatically and will be able to register immediately for the NAHBPC. The 9-12 place finishers will be eligible to register immediately for the NAHBPC Wildcard Tourney. For more info on the tourney take a trip over to The League of  Bike Polo.

Teams on a Google spreadsheet

1. Valleros (LA)
2. Whachadoobin (SEA)
3. Oddballs (SEA)

A Day Of Bike Polo in Rome


So simple so awesome.

December bike polo in The Pit

riding my bike is the most dangerous thing i do