This spot looks like a blast!
Some of the Rev Trails crew went a little road trip that ended at a very interesting backyard trails setup. It may as well be on the side of the mountain! The whole trip looked like fun but if you want to get straight to the backyard trails then jump ahead to 03:40.
I was really hoping Tom would write his own description for his Vinyl “LP” part. Personally I thought it would be hilarious if he did it in the third person, but since he didn’t like that idea the job falls on me. Tom is tall, but unlike Barspinner Ryan he doesn’t look completely goofy riding a little kid’s bike. As a matter of fact he actually looks pretty good riding one, that is if you can look past the fact that his bars are in a position that young children in Chicago dream of. Seriously though, Tom’s part is one of my favorites in the video. The French trails he rides in it are absolutely amazing, and his local spot back here in the states isn’t too bad either.
Check out the other sections from Vinyl’s “LP” DVD on the Designated Page Tom set up!
This one almost slipped through the cracks! A little Czech trails action courtesy of Slovakian Dusan Antalik. I hope you like slooooooomoooooo!
Don’t quote me but I think this place is in Finland. I was thinking it was just going to be a digging edit but right in the middle they flash back warmer temperatures when things were ripping.
Here’s an edit that was apparently lost of Cody Mckenna at the now defunct Koala Trails. It get a little weird at the end with all the onboard footage but the start is pretty good.
The second edit from the DB Gold Rush Jam comes from none other than Dan Foley. The only problem with having Dan Foley behind the lens is that there’s no Dan Foley in front of it. Come on Dan where were those self filming skills on this one?
All you need to know about this is that it has footy from Boondocks, Keyko, and West Hurley and it’s set to the smooth sounds of Gang Starr! RIP Guru