I’ll gladly take 53 seconds of iPhone clips from Villij!
I seriously love everything about this edit!
Fit just posted up this flipbook showing off Mikey’s latest ride. I’ve always liked the way his bikes have looked (minus the Mosh days) but this may be my favorite yet.
Camp Three is a brand that some of you may not have heard before. Back in the late 90s and on into the early 2000s they were pretty damn big here on the East Coast. They had all the makings to be huge, a stacked team, clean designs, and some highly respected guys behind it all. Then poof they were gone.
Well, after a long hiatus it looks like Camp Three is officially back! Around four months ago they started up a Vimeo channel which has steadily been growing with content. Today comes the announcement that OG team member Chris Doyle is back on the roster. I don’t know about you, but I’m very interested to see where this goes! Below you’ll find what they had to say about Chris rejoining the team. You should definitely make your way over to the Camp Three site and check out all their new stuff after you give it a read!
“CAMP THREE would like to officially welcome Chris Doyle to the team. As a member of the original C3 team from the late 90′s/early 2000′s, we always considered Chris a “Lifer” and a Brother. We can’t begin to express how stoked we are to officially announce his return to the team. If you’re gonna build a house you better have the foundation right and we couldn’t think of a better rock solid foundation than Chris. Known as one of the most respected guys in BMX, we’re proud to have him representing our brand and the PA BMX scene.”
I’m going with a little classic Arizona trails goodness for this week’s flashback post. Man I don’t miss trails being in fields! I can only imagine how brutal it had to have been in the heat of Arizona.
Here’s an oldie but goodie that was floating around FB again yesterday. What was this fool thinking?!
It’s been a long time since I heard The Get Up Kids in a video! They provide the soundtrack to part one of Martin Capek’s Barcelona trails trip. The first stop just so happens to be the spot I perceive as being paradise, the Lost Trails. Second stop is the La Poma Bike Park where some poor dude’s forks blow clean off.
For some reason visions of Brian Wizmerski kept dancing through my head while I was watching this.