Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Organic Crash Pads

Awhile back I decide to import some Organic Crashpads to Sweden. It was wasn't my keen business that prompted me to do so but rather my belief that Organic makes the best pads out there and it'd be nice to have them in Sweden. Well, long story short it took me some time to figure it all out but, alas, they have now been shipped.
Some time soon we'll have 10 regular pads and 3 big ones so if there is someone out there interested in buying a new pad drop me an email at kearneyjourney@gmail.com

Josh loaded up some pictures of the pads on flickr and I reckon they'll run for a standard pad price but I won't know until I've got them through customs. I also have some sweet chalk bags, chalk buckets, and tote bags. I'll post pricing and what-not soon.
Organic's stuff is super sweet and the pads are consistently ranked the best in crashpad reviews.
Here's a little vid that tells you a bit about the company.

Monday, June 15, 2009


Last weekend we headed up to Bohuslan to check out a new area. I'd seen a little video of a couple problems there on Spång's blog and the place ended up being quite good. We brushed some new stuff and sampled what had been done. The problems in Spång's video were incredibly good and alone made the place worth a visit. I also managed to nab the fa of the second problem in the vid and named it "interpretive dancing". The topout is a bit terrifying.

Some of the best lines there are yet to be done and I'm hoping to go back at next opportunity. Here's a few pics.

Johan on a cool dyno problem. Tricky

Kalle on takes the horrible undercling on the dyno problem

Johan on an incredible boulder problem. One of the best I've done in awhile.

An awesome slab wall.