It’s been a while since we’ve seen anything from the Dona Ana Trails. This isn’t much, but it’s a quick run through one of their lines.
I was putting my money on Morgan taking the win at Red Bull’s Quarter Master but in the end it was Hucker who went the highest. Kurt and I were joking around the other day about how much money it would take for one of us to hit that thing at full speed (brakes removed so you can’t bitch out). I think I settled on 10k plus medical expenses.
I’m not much of a gamer but god damn do I love me some Pumped BMX. The second version of the game looks absolutely incredible and the wait is almost over to play it. It’s dropping next Thursday the 25th and I can guarantee that there’s going to be a serious lack of productivity from a lot of people that day.
Dropping Thursday 25th September – the #1 rated BMX game is back!
Following the 2012 cult hit, Pumped BMX is back and packed full of more wild levels, more wild tricks, and over 500 challenges and achievements. Oh, and it’s 3D too!
- 50 levels, 500 challenges – from the simple to the fiendishly difficult.
- Game Center leaderboards and achievements, featuring top BMX pros.
- 16 legit tricks from kickouts to cliffhangers, from icepicks to nose manuals.
- Super accurate physics – as close as you’ll get to real BMX without picking up a bike.
- Amazing controls allow full creativity, from floaty 360s to frontflip bikeflips.
- Record straight to your device for full control over your videos.
I was thinking about these Ecuadorian trails just the other day. Coincidentally this video of Philip Bertogg and Junda Pozo cruising them on big bikes just popped up. There are trails all over South America but for some reason I’m intrigued by the fact that there are some in Ecuador.
Here’s a mellow one with less ass and more banjo. That will only make sense if you saw the post two back.
Corey Bohan had his trusty iON Camera rolling at the Decoy Jam and captured a few POV runs along with some other non-POV footy. Big fan of the non-POV footy!
Originally I was going to say something to the effect that this was the perfect mellow video to easy on into the day. That was until I spotted homeboy with the turquoise boxers. I see fools around here walking around with their pants well below their ass and they do this weird bow-legged Leigh Ramsdellesque walk to hold the things up. No clue how you would ride like that or more importantly why you would want to ride like that. I’d be scared they’d let loose, fall down, and get sucked into my tire.
The latest episode of Raditudes finds the crew in Peynier for Vans Kill the Line. Nyquist learns a very important lesson in this episode. Never bet against Chris Doyle! At least not when it comes to smoothly making it through a line first go.