Looks like they have been doing a good bit of dialing at the Hiroshima trails since the last time we saw something from them. I really love how psyched dude is as he cruises through!
I’m a little late to the party posting this one, but better late than never. I’m assuming this is the final Dreamline edit that Red Bull is going to put out until the big Signature Series show airs on NBC on November 8th. Go ahead and set your DVRs now so you don’t forget!
Doug’s edits are always a treat, so I was pretty excited to see him at the TRA Double Cross with camera in hand. What he came up with most definitely didn’t disappoint. My only complain is that it’s left me even more anxiously waiting for next year’s event!
There you have it, all the sections from “Welcome Back to Jefferson State!” are now online. I’m warning you now, this ending slideshow/credits is most definitely NSFW!
For the next couple of weeks you should probably expect every jam edit to be Halloween themed! Here’s one from Plauen, Germany.
Short and rockin’ are how I’d describe this edit from an October session at Patatrails.
Texas Toast has once again come and gone and the dirt jumps this year were probably the best yet. Though the jumps were good, the wind situation was less than ideal. Despite the wind people were killing the course all weekend. The guys from Ride were out there the whole time documenting the action, and you can check out the finals above and the qualifiers below. (more…)
I heard about Tony’s crash a few weeks ago, and I’m really glad that he’s doing ok and people are coming together to help with his medical bills. After you give this a watch please considering donating what you can (even if it’s only a few bucks) to the Go Fund Me campaign they have set up.
Our buddy Tony Hughes took a really bad fall in Pittsburgh on his way to the Welcome Jam in late September. He’s in good condition now, and the injuries seem to be mostly behind him, aside from the broken bones in his face.
Tony is a genuine guy that’s been dedicated to building and riding trails in the Atlanta area for 15+ years. Anyone that has ridden with him or enjoyed his work can attest to how dialed he and his dirt is. Tony’s worked since he was about 14. He saved up money over the years so he could take a few years away from his job to dedicate more time to traveling, riding, and perfecting the trails. So, you guessed it, NO INSURANCE.
With the crash, he was fortunate enough to be around a great group of guys that helped get him to an ambulance via pallets. He had an overnight visit to the ICU with xrays, CT scans for his head injury, and more doctor visits when he came back home. We all know these things add up quickly.
Tony, his family, and all of his friends would greatly appreciate any donations or help you can lend. Nothing is too small.
Please visit gofundme.com/TonyFTNM
Feel free to check out Instagram via @hit_the_woods for updates and a look into the magic Tony creates.”
It’s been a long time since we’ve put up a flashback post, so here’s a good one from Diamondback featuring some fine Pacific Northwest soil. Remember when Diamondback had a BMX team…