A bunch of Chileans road tripping to Argentina to meet up and ride trails with fellow riders from Colombia and Ecuador, this is South American BMX at its finest right here!
DIG gives you a look into the Czech trails scene via a gallery of photos shot by Milan Tykal and captioned by Eric Hennessey that I would highly recommend checking out. Henny traveled was over there back in September with Garrett Ginch for the Řáholec Jam and they got the full trails tour. Click HERE for some awesome shots from L.E.S., Vapenka and Paul’s Garden!
It’s been a couple of years since I’ve come across anything from La Villette, so it was nice to see that place is still going in this edit that Jean Thurel sent through of him riding there earlier this fall!
Starting off the day with this chill edit from Nürnberg Germany’s Zabo Trails. The place kind of reminds me of a spot we have around here. A couple good lines in the middle with a bunch of random nib jib stuff scattered around them.
Quick little edit Sybren Planting shot of Arjan Ellens, Pim Scheers, Jack Nieraeth, Julius Martens and Steijn Leijzer ripping the tranquil woods of Pinard!
Cool little bike build vid that the folks over at Colony put together to showcase Anthony’s new bike and him giving it a shakedown at the Hoodrich Trails. I got to say, I didn’t know anyone still did the ti spokes thing.
Came across this video from Adelaide City Dirt that Jason Smith made. This year they didn’t do the full on blowout Octoberfest Jam like they usually do, so I think this is from the low key jam they did last month.
Been meaning to bump Jonny’s welcome to S&M edit back up to the top for a while now. You definitely won’t regret giving it another watch or two!
02:02 for the first trails part at Pat Casey’s yard, and 04:18 for the second that bleeds right into the FOD part. Would have been better if the D-Man was still on the team and in it, but I guess Demolition ain’t got no love for the East Coast no more.
I’m not going to waste your time here. Just hit play on this amazing piece that Rob Dolecki and DIG put together on the trails shaman, Jay Lonergan.