Easyrider Bike Shop Victimized in Surf City Riots Displays Defiance with New T-Shirts
Easyrider, the bicycle shop that was vandalized and stolen from during the rioting that followed the U.S. Open of Surfing on July 28, is hawking the t-shirt shown at right.
The Main Street store, which was the scene of now-famous cell phone video of jerks ramming a stop sign through the store window and a vandal stealing a bike before an employee steps in to defend the shop, also has another $19.99 men's tee that gets to the heart of the madness.
Here it is:
Photos courtesy of Huntington Beach Bicycle Co.
What's that? Yes, of course they have it in white:
All tees have their respective logos screened on front, short sleeves and crew necks. They are 100 percent cotton, pre-shrunk to minimize shrinkage and machine washable.
Easyrider shop owner Jason Hilbert tells the Los Angeles Times he's been humbled by the support that has come from the coastal Orange County community, including people slipping the shop cash to help offset repair costs. So he's decided to donate proceeds from the special t-shirt sales to charity.
See also: Chase Scott Christman Faces 3 Years for Role in Surf City Riots; Cops Close in on Stop-Sign Dude "I Survived the 2013 Vans US Open of Surfing" Stickers are Now Out from Someone Somewhere Bike Shop Smashed in Sunday's Surf City Riots Seems to Wax Poetic About '86 Version: Video
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