These photos took on a lot of meaning after hearing about the passing of two amazing people a little over a week ago.
Sadly, this was the only time I was ever able to work with @sgbiker464 and even though these were just a few quick shots after a evening of shuttling we were both stoked to finally work with each other and couldn’t wait to collaborate on a few upcoming projects with the @deitycomponents crew.
Stephen radiated positivity and being around him was always a joy, his wife Amy taught a few classes at the gym I started going to here in Idaho and we always joked around together, talked about getting settled in the area and had planned on doing some double date rides as soon as everyone was free.
When I heard that they had both passed away in a tragic car accident on their way up to whistler my heart sank. To think that two of the most positive and beautiful people I had met up here were both gone in an instant was shocking. I, along with so many friends spend countless hours on the road traveling to and from races and events and It was an immediate slap in the face about how fast everything can change. My heart still feels so heavy with the thought of what happened last week and I just keep thinking about how much I’m gonna miss seeing both of them around. It really is a reminder to tell your friends how much they mean to you and how much you appreciate having them in your life.
Stephen and Amy I hope you two are getting to enjoy a sweet Mountain View somewhere beautiful. I don’t know very many people that deserved each other like you two did and ill always remember the smile you had when talking about one another. Rest In Peace ❤️ #deityblood #rip #life #love #friends
04 Sep 2018