UK BMX Dirt Series – Behind the Scenes at Jason Aliano’s Trails

With the first round of the UK BMX Dirt Series only being about a month and a half off, the builders are busy getting things dialed in at the host trails. Event organizer Craig Teague drops by the site of the first round, Jason Aliano’s trails to check on the progress and take you through the lines, both existing and planned. There’s also some quick interviews with the builders and a little riding as well. And I can’t not mention the shovel fit for a giant that they make for Jack Griffin!

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Save Sheep Hills!

I never thought I’d be posting anything like this, but it appears that a huge development project is threatening both Sheep Hills and the many acres of coastal wildlife area that surround it. There are two ways that you can help with the situation. First would be to take a few seconds to sign THIS LETTER to the California Coastal Commission. Second would be to attend the hearing on the development that is taking place on May 12th at the Newport Beach Civic Center. I really encourage all my SoCal friends to do their best to make it to that…

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Rob Darden – Welcome to Pusher Mail Order

There were two things that I was counting on as soon as I saw that Rob Darden had a new video out. First, there would be some GMG footage in it, and second, there would be at least one clip of him laying over one of the best one handed tables in the game. He checks off both of those and a whole lot more in this edit welcoming him to the Push Mail Order team. Of course you know that Rob rides everything, so that’s exactly what you get in here. If you want to do some skipping around,…

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Groundchuck’s New Ride

That incredible setup above is headed off to none other than legendary former Standard team rider and PUSH Trails local Issac “Groundchuck” McCrea. After Robo, Chuck is the next person who comes to my mind whenever I think back on Standard’s heyday in the trails world. You know, the mid to late 90s where nine out of ten frames in the woods were Standards (on the East Coast at least). Seems quite fitting that after all this time he would not only wind back up on a Standard, but also on the same model that was once synonymous with his…

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Credence X Empire T-Shirts

Looks like the Credence boys have teamed up with Empire on a pair of limited edition shirts! In white we have the “Rattlecan” design, and in maroon is the “Skull. The Rattlecan, as the name implies, is actually spray painted by Clint himself. Both are printed/spray painted on American Apparel shirts, and Empire already has them in stock and ready to rock. The Rattlecan will set you back a cool $19.95, and the Skull with its front and back print will cost you $21.95. Hit those links to grab them!

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Russell Brindley – Live Slow, Ride Fast

I’m not exactly sure when it was that I first saw Russell Brindley ride. If I had to guess, I would say it was at one of those crazy contest that Red Bull did in Australia where they carved out a ravine into a course that was part trails and part park. I don’t remember the exact details of it, but what I do remember is that Russ absolutely killed the thing. Hell, he may have even won it! I’ve been a big fan of his ever since, and that said, I was beyond excited when I opened up an…

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Red Bull Berm Burners is Coming Back to Richmond!

Red Bull is once again bringing Berm Burners back to the Dominion Riverrock Festival in Richmond, Virginia. May 21st and 22nd are the dates, with the pro race going down the first day, and the am race the second. Registration is open now, and you can get signed up and get all the details and schedule info HERE. And oh yeah, Steve Crandall and Mark Potoczny will be handling the mic duties this year. Be prepared to be heckled relentlessly!

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