I thought it was a pretty funny coincidence that minutes after reading an article on New Zealand’s infrastructure being overloaded by the surge in tourism, I come across this edit from Toby Parker’s trip down there. Sorry New Zealand, when your country has incredible scenery and sweet things such as the Gorge Road Jump Park, people are going to head there in flocks!
Tricks and transfers, that’s what I would say if I had to sum up the Criminal Trails Jam in two words!
S&M’s Australian squad consisting of Will Gunn, Tom Boorman, Bevan Cowan, Xave Koen and Jonny Mackellar hit the road for a trip around New South Wales and the A.C.T. There’s a bit of everything in here but it’s definitely pretty heavy on the trails roastage, and worth watching even the non-trails parts. You can also check out some words and photos from the trip over on DIG!
Back Bone’s 2011 Trailmix is one of my favorite trails edits of all time and just what I needed to rewatch to help boost the ol’ spirits during this cold snap we currently have going on here in the North East!
Looks like the first East Coast trails jam of 2017 is going down on April 8th at North Carolina’s China Grove Trails! Bring your helmets, some cash to donate to the cause and make sure your bike has bar ends. There will be food available for purchase and spots to camp if you want to crash overnight. Hit up Josh’s FB page for directions and more info!
Ask and you shall receive! Just yesterday I was thinking to myself, “I wonder what’s going on with Deluxe?”, and then what do I come across this morning during my daily perusing of the internet? This rad promo that Ty Stuy produced for them is what! It’s taken a little bit for them to get things dialed in and running, but I’m glad they’ve taken that time to do it they way that they have. Having Deluxe frames being made in the US is awesome, but having their frames being made by THEM in the motherland of trails that is…
I had no idea the dirt park game was so strong in Chile! Jose Ignacio Villar Mohor takes us on a tour of four different ones in Chile and one in neighboring Argentina.
I can think of very few people more deserving of a signature frame than Matty Aquizap. The Credence M.O.D. frame is what he’s been blasting on ever since the whole S&M/Credence deal came to be a few years ago, but it looks like they’re giving him his very own signature model! The Black Magic is what it’s being called and he posted this picture of one of the final prototypes on Instagram earlier today. No details on the release date or specs just yet, but it seems to follow in the footsteps of the M.O.D. frame in that it looks…
While it most definitely is an Instavid, it’s an Instavid from the Lost Trails so I’m more than down with it! Definitely drooled a little bit on my keyboard when I saw that offset to berm to long low!
I literally don’t know anything about Radio Bikes other than the facts that Ricky Grimal rides for them and that I’ve been patiently waiting for them to drop this edit. Ricky fucking rules!