Here’s a gem of an edit featuring Mat Burton, Danny Prout, Spanky, and Harris roasting LP Woods on one fine Sunday afternoon. This should more than make up for the late start I’m getting off to today.
Holy crap, Kill the Line is only a month away! I swear time speeds up as you get older! (more…)
Peace and tranquility has returned to the Brose Farm now that this year’s Jam has come and gone. Here’s a POV run through Boyd and crew’s handy work without the motocrossers and camo loving Canadian ladies lurking around.
TRA BMX Announces 2014 Double Cross & Dirt Jump Comp – Pro Invitational Event, October 4th
Bethlehem, PA (July 29, 2014) – TRA BMX is proud to announce the 2014 TRA Double Cross and Dirt Jump Comp, a pro invitational slopestyle trail event that will take place October 4, 2014 at the TRA compound near Bethlehem Pennsylvania, home of Posh and Catty Trails. The event will include over 30 top dirt riders from around the globe including select Red Bull athletes competing for an $8,000 Pro Purse. The course will feature massive bowl jumps and nonstop downhill trail action by Dirtsculpt’s Dave King. With support from Red Bull, Dan’s Comp, S&M, FIT, iON, Odyssey, United, Empire, Doublecross Bikes, Hyper, SNAFU, Soilworks, Blackman’s Cycle, Axlerad Screen Printing, and STAY STRONG, plus coverage by Red Bull Media House, Transworld Ride BMX, DIG, BMX Plus, Can You Dig It, and more, the event will bring some of the top riders in BMX together for an epic event with a backyard vibe and a worldwide reach.
The event will include two contests, the Dirt Jump Comp and the Double Cross – a one-on-one downhill trail race. TRA owner and contest organizer, Mike Gentilcore, explained the motivation behind the new event: “This event is part of TRA’s mission is to bring the pro-level dirt courses from the big TV contests into a setting that the core industry can be part of. It’s an opportunity to promote the core brands that support the sport and include many of the top trail riders you don’t normally see in the larger contests. The Dirt Jump Comp will feature a relaxed rider-judged format where everyone can throw down and have a great time on an epic course you don’t typically see in a backyard setting“
For the Double Cross part of the event, Mike added: “We’re running a head to head race right on the Dirt Jump Comp course. The course will be built double-wide with a line down the middle, 100% trails, nothing more, nothing less. This is BMX racing on trails like riders across America build for themselves every day, the way it should be. We presented the concept to the Red Bull athletes last year and everyone was psyched on it. The course will feature a drop-in right into the first bowl jump to keep the action flowing, and steep lips and landings for big airtime. And since this is a TRA event, you can bet clipless pedals and carbon fiber equipment will be nowhere in sight. We’re looking forward to doing something that’s been a long time coming for both the riders and the sport of BMX, independent of anything else out there.“
Video coverage of the 2014 TRA Doublecross and Dirt Jump Comp Pro Invitational will be produced by Red Bull Media House and made available online post-event. For more information, check out www.TRABMX.com and the non-profit for Posh and Catty trails at www.PAWOODS.com. You can also check out behind-the-scenes footage from Dirtsculpt’s Dave King, the creative force behind some of the world’s largest BMX dirt events including ESPN‘s X-Games, Red Bull‘s Dirt Conquers, and more, at www.Dirtsculpt.com.
For some reason all I can think about while watching this is Denis Leary drinking a shit ton of whiskey, making rescues, bangin’ broads, and talking to dead people.
It’s always a treat to see a new one from the woods known as Kush. Luke and the boys do incredible work, and hopefully one day I’ll be able to make it up there and check it out first hand.
I was hoping there would be an edit from this year’s Bangers & Mash since I missed the livecast. Not only is there an edit, but there’s a Dylan Pfohl edit! It looks like this years jam was a damn good time for everyone who made it out. How could it not be with Rick Thorne’s band playing? I do have a question though. Pat Casey knows that Fox shirt that he wears all the time is a dress, right?