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?
This new edit from Todd Nichols totally reminds me of a section that you would have seen in an early 2000′s Props! Todd perfectly captured the vibe and music choice that you used to find in those!
The crew at the Sunset Ranch have been hard at work continuously dialing in their cable cam, and the shots are getting better and better. Now I just want to see it with a crispier GoPro on it.
Here we have some raw footage of a spot that looks ridiculously fun. I need to find a spot to build a field goal jump like the one in here!
It’s been something like seven or eight years since I last went to Sheep Hills. Disrepair doesn’t even come close to adequately describing the condition it was in last time I was there. I’m glad to see that the place is slowly but surely being whipped back into shape (well as in shape as that moon dirt will allow).
Ohhh weeee! I had to roll back the invert at the end of this a few times it was so good!
Ready for six minutes of Brazilian trails awesomeness set to Fade to Black? I certainly hope so, because that’s just what you get with Valvo’s new “Trails Life” edit for Faith Co. It was especially good to see Continental one last time in this.
For some reason I’ve gotten into the habit of doing most of my new jump testing solo. It makes things a bit nerve-racking, but as stressful as it is, I’m sure it’s nothing compared to testing new stuff out at H-Wood. Rock-paper-scissors is definitely the way to go as far as determining who gets to be the guinea pig. Protoz got the honors of testing out the new Dykye Out jump first, but Tom and Popple weren’t far behind. Via Vinyl