I’m always excited to see some fresh trails footage from Japan! This comes from the Kantō region’s Coop Trails where the scene looks to be thriving on both ends of the age spectrum.
The other day we put together a few mystery shirt packs where you could get three random CYDI shirts for $30, and they got snatched up so fast that they were all gone within a few hours! Well, if you missed out on them the other day you’re in luck because we put together four more. There’s two medium and two XL mystery shirt packs up for grabs in the store right now! Have at them HERE while they last!
Our dude Mark Taylor put me onto this edit from UK trails legend Ellis Hardesty. Dude has been killing it in the trails scene over there forever and doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon!
Vinyl’s Tom Arkus put together this truly amazing piece paying tribute to Denis Mowgly. Give it a watch and then check out some words from Tom below.
Normally I wouldn’t post something this light on the trails, but Jason Watts’ welcome to Back Bone edit is one of those rare and special occasions. I don’t know what else to say other than the dude is an absolute mad man! Trails are at 02:47 and 05:41 but I highly suggest watching the whole thing.
God damn that first clip is brutal! Cody Gessel goes all in for his new Deity edit. Park City Bike Park at the beginning, street and park in the middle, and then a few clips from the Tanner Trails at 02:13.
Chill edit from our friends down south at the Shotgun Trails. That place is looking so dialed these days! Bummed I didn’t make it down to check it out in person last season, definitely not making that mistake this year!
Perris Benegas catching some laps at the Sun Valley, Nevada’s Biggest Little Bike Park for her new sponsor Rad Thief. Interestingly enough, we were just talking about Perris here the other day. Mainly our disbelief that she didn’t get a spot on the Women’s Olympic Freestyle Team. Somebody seriously dropped the ball on that one!
I was very excited to wake up and see that Joe had posted his interview with transfer master and photographer extraordinaire Rob Dolecki. Having known Rob for the better part of two decades, I’ve been anxiously waiting for this one! I’m going to see if I can fly under the radar here at work so that I can give it a listen. Hopefully you won’t have to be quite as covert as me while you do the same!
A look back at some hot action recorded on some much warmer days at Oakwoods than what it currently is there now.