HEAL is insanely excited to announce the addition of Kevin Robinson to the HEAL roster of athletes. Kevin has been a top athlete in BMX Vert for years and is now also a major influence on helping shape kids lives on and off of bikes. Tons more info regarding Kevin being a supporter of HEAL […]
NO FOOLIN from Joe Carter on Vimeo. Not too long ago I sent the guys at Get in the Van some HEAL t shirts and other apparel. They are a great group of guys that document the action sports scene and how they live their lives either chasing waves, fresh powder, and other amazing parts […]
Over on the Road 2 Recovery website there is an update regarding Ian Trettel after sustaining head injuries at Daytona Supercross practice on March 5, 2011. There have been bracelets put up over on the Vurbmoto.com website where you can pick it up for $5.00 and 100% of the proceeds are going to Ian to […]
One of the Non-Profits that HEAL supports is the Road 2 Recovery. Â R2R works to help motocross and supercross athletes after they have suffered major injuries from riding. Â They have helped a huge number of riders and continues to do so today. Â There are many HEALÂ t shirts and other apparel that HEAL sells which donate […]
For $5 a ticket (given out online) you get a shot at winning this insane bike done up in by S&M Bikes andÂ Profile. Go to S&M Bikes website for your chance to win and more info on the specs of this bike. It’s all for a great cause in helping out the Athlete Recovery Fund! […]
HEAL’s next line of shirts coming this spring will be printed on American Apparel 50/50 style tees. These T’s were some of the first ones we printed on and due to the popularity to the feel of these shirts we are going to be printing our next line of shirts on all 50/50 T’s. These […]
HEAL does some contests on our facebook fan page when the Supercross races are live on TV. Prizes changed from contest to contest but there is always a winner and most of the time multiple winners. So become a fan/friend/like us/whatever facebook might change it to in the future and join up on the contests […]
This is just awesome. Â If you don’t enjoy seeing Lemmy from Motorhead with the Foo Fighters playing some hard 80’s rock there is something wrong with you. Â Shot on a VHS tape as well which makes the whole thing more ridiculous. Â Even anÂ appearanceÂ by old guitarist Pat Smear.