Gnarwhale started in early 2006 as an outlet to post videos of bike riding, and whatever else we thought suited the website. Since then it has become a website which basically covers whatever we are up to, sort of. The posts are sometimes sporadic, and the content is usually useless. Still, we do enjoy riding our bikes a great deal (though we may not take it seriously as everyone else). Friends, from Whistler to Australia to Denmark all over the world also contribute to the site, and every once in a while we’ll put out a video that we think is fun. This is the third fourth version of this site so far, which I think is a nice step up from the last one as far as aesthetics go. So enjoy riding your bike, and enjoy talking shit on the internet.
This website is run by Andy Chung and Brian Park, However the content is a reflection of many people around us. You can get in touch with either one of us regarding things we have done, or we can put you in touch with other people who are affiliated with this site.
but days before the announcement, the rapper unleashed
a new music video. Luckily, the rollback system
for installations works quite well. The jerseys will be auctioned off later this
month. Could it be that a ski patrol took the measurement in a snow drift?
We’ll certainly leave it to others to determine
whether we succeed.