Stoked to start out the week with this video from Andrew Bryan documenting the beginnings of a new spot in North Carolina. It’s been right about a year since the scene down there lost the GMG Trails, so it’s great to see that they have the opportunity to get something going again. Even better is the fact that it’s on private protected land. I can’t wait to see more from the Deep Chatham Trails as they progress!
I was actually expecting the video from Lima, Inch and Matt Priest’s New Zealand trip to be a Villa Road edit, but it turns out that it’s for Verde. This epic 15 minute piece follows their whole adventure but if you’re short on time or have a short attention span, 02:12 is where you’ll find the PMP Trails part, and 11:40 will put you at the beginning of the fun where they meet up with Martyn Tambling at Gorge Road. What an absolute treat it is to watch these dudes flow through those places!
Evgeny Kurnikov sure did make the most of his time in America! This episode of his adventure starts off with some ramp time at Woodward West before moving on to the Bundy and some other California trails at the 01:38 mark. All this Cali footage is great but I kinda want to see what trails Evgeny is riding back home in Russia.
We got the new Skeleton shirts in the other day and they came out even better than expected! I absolutely love how the print came out and how it feels! If you didn’t catch it in the last post, we went with a printing method that doesn’t use ink, just the discharge base that removes the color from the shirt. That means that the design feels just as soft as the shirt itself. I also have to say that I’m a big fan of the black heather, no offense to the navy or anything! I’m finally all caught up with…
These kids ripping around the MGM Trails made my day! It’s vids like this that give me hope that there will indeed be a new generation to pass the shovels on to once we all get too old and decrepit!
We all win when Jon Lynn stumbles across some long forgotten about clips that he and Thad Allender filmed during a Keyko session back in 2015!
Feral Riders coming through with the heat this morning! They put Sandro Szukat in charge of filming this edit with Lloret Trails local Cristian Rodríguez and boy did they both deliver!
Spanish distro 360 Bikes put together this team edit for everyone’s viewing pleasure. It’s their whole team so that means there’s also a bunch of street and park stuff after the footage of Ricky Grimal and Joan Balmaña killing La Poma in the beginning.
The first session of 2017 at the Abbaretz Trails looks to have been a hot one, both literally and figuratively!
I’m stoked that the dudes at Cult still take the time to develop products that give a nod to their racing and trails roots. First with the TRF trails/race frame that they came out with a couple of years ago, and now with a full on chromoly race frame. Look for Vic Behm to be burning up the track on this prototype real soon and for production versions to be available sometime this fall. I can definitely see some of these showing up in the woods! Preliminary specs after the jump.