Well at first I thought Wordeo were some trails that I had never heard of. Turns out it’s a video messaging app that lets you put words on the videos you shoot. Now personally I would solely use the app for talking shit, but you may have other ideas. Either way here’s a commercial for it featuring Bob Manchester cruising my favorite white dirt trails. Sorry PSA, you’re currently sitting in second.
The man, the myth, the legend that is GJ had a bangin’ section in the POW’s “Welcome Back to Jefferson State” and it’s now online for your viewing pleasure!
Haven’t see a whole lot from Eyoka this year. Glad to see that they’re still kicking ass and jammin’ out!
Footage has been pouring out of the Sunset Ranch this season! This latest video is the most full throttle edit yet and definitely my favorite so far. LOL at that flip to John Heaton at the end.
This is the type of shit that keeps the stoke high around here! Between keeping Woodward looking as good as ever and traveling all over the UK and France, Andrew “Inch” Thomson has had quite the summer. We’re just lucky that he put his bike down long enough to film this!
“Trails epitomizes what life is about for me, good people who use their creativity, determination and willpower to make an idea/vision become a reality to then share and enjoy with others, smiles and positive vibes all round. You just don’t get the same atmosphere and appreciation at the skatepark!”
I devoted a few seconds to trying to hunt down a website for Yourpark Clothing but I had no luck despite the url being at the beginning of this video. So here’s what I know. Yourpark is apparently a clothing company and they went on a roadtrip. They hit trails, parks, a bit of street, and more trails in this edit and in that order. 01:21 and 03:52 are where you’ll find the trails!
Haven’t seen a whole lot from CTY Woods this year but here’s a little edit from their Labor Day celebration.
It’s no big secret that I’m not the biggest fan of POV videos. I actually really enjoyed this one though. Sure there were a few moments where I felt seasick, but it was worth it to see the amazing trail creations the A.B. Trails Crew rode on their trip through England.