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You know it's a crazy day when Taylor Sage sends you an official press release. Here's his email message for the pr below:

Here's my press release. I will officially be retired from thesensus.com and strictly blogging at Sagerianmedia.com along with Adrian.

I'm just waiting for ballr to tear your PR apart. -gordo

Sagerian Media

Combining forces, Sagerian is a media powerhouse producing imagery in all forms.  With perspectives stemming from two places worlds apart, all ends of the spectrum are considered in our conquests. If Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder could do it, so can we.

Taylor Sage

After a brief conversation with Taylor, your mind races and thoughts of loud noises seem to scream by, but you find yourself excited about anything and everything. This weird feeling draws most people closer but still leaves a lot to be understood. Taylor is not only the match that can light the fire, but the fire itself. He’s pulled tricks from the best and isn’t afraid to plant the flag, grab the bike and do it himself. Hailing from the most important and “best” place on Earth (in his words), Orange county – Costa Mesa. He not only brings the edge but the street smarts to get it done. Capturing movement on and off the bike is the sole focus.

Adrian Marcoux

We find this mild-manored wonder child from French Canadian roots, resting his head in the sleepy town of Golden B.C. At first glimpse you think he’s tall, skinny and focused on the “button finger” but you look closer and he’s toned (not skinny)and ready to become a gypsy, bound for the road. His passion lies in B&W film but has since exploded into a mixture of colorful masterpiece that stream from real life and action packed days. He’s the man that lets his work speak for it self.
At Sea Otter Dual Slalom this year, Adrian (in the puffy coat) was sitting here for a good while, getting a shot. Right after I sat down, this lady just plopped right in front of Adrian...completely oblivious or totally rude, it was hard to tell. Adrian didn't really care and I found it funny. He just looked at the ground and sighed. It was classic. I'm sure he still got his photos. -gordoSage's entertaining 17 Questions
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