The locals of Washington’s Kopachuck Trails are fighting to keep their spot which has been in existence for 25 years from being plowed. Unfortunately they have so far been unsuccessful in their efforts to offer a solution that the Peninsula School District will accept. Hopefully something will change and they will be able to work something out with the district. This is a teaser for a full-length documentary that they are working on to show their efforts to revive the place after a windstorm put it out of commission a decade ago.
Once again we have a video where I have absolutely no idea what is being said in it. The Google translated description wasn’t the best either. What I’ve managed to piece together is that this is part one of a documentary on Juan Placeres, who is considered an OG in the Chilean scene. Now I’m not sure whether he already did or is planning to tour the US via bicycle. What’s interesting is that it looks like he’s going to be towing his BMX bike along behind him. Anyway, this first chapter is mostly Juan riding trails down in Chile, so it really doesn’t matter all that much whether you understand what is being said or not.
Some of our friends out in SoCal are working very hard to make a sanctioned dirt jump park in Orange County become a reality. Right now they are in the early phases of things and are simply asking for people to “like” the Facebook page they have set up so that they can show the county the support they have behind them to get this project going. Please take two seconds to CLICK HERE and give them a “like”!
Earlier this month Milan Recknagel, Jonathan Faulkner, Dave Camus, Joe Camus and Joe Howard traded in England’s cold and rain for the sun and warmth of Catalonia. Part one of this four part series from GetaBMX finds them throwing down tabes aplenty at the La Poma Bike Park.
Boris Basse hit me up with this video from the jam they did last summer at his local spot in France, Etbostrail. I’m always intrigued by spots like this that are part trails, part dirt skatepark. They straight up have a dirt spine mini with hips and wallrides going on. A cool spot for sure!
Hit play on Cody Pollard’s new Fit edit for the handful of Snakewoods footage that’s sprinkled throughout, keep watching for the ridiculous blasting of concrete that he does, and then stick around to the end for one of the craziest/stupidest/almost deadly things I’ve ever seen done on a bike.