The weekend is here and it’s time to party! Whether you party as hard as the POWs used to, that’s up to you.
I’m not sure how much I’ll be able to update the site over the weekend so I wanted with leave you with a longer flashback. Sunday’s Trail Squad has long since been disbanded and their trails oriented frames and completes are also a thing of the past, but at least they left us with this edit from their time in our world.
It’s been pretty quiet on the POW front since the release of “Welcome Back to Jefferson State!” That was until a couple of weeks ago when a post popped up on their page announcing that a new edit was in the works. Well that new edit is finally here and it features the whole crew riding Mike Saavedra’s creation up at Woodward Tahoe. Loving all the rollers he squeezed in everywhere!
We don’t get to see a whole lot from Aaron Day so I was definitely excited to see that he had a section in Welcome Back to Jefferson State. It’s one of my favorite parts in the video and now it’s online for your viewing pleasure.
The intro from the POW’s “Welcome Back To Jefferson State” DVD is the first section to make its way online. Hopefully most of you all have a copy of the DVD and have seen this already. You’ve been missing out if not! We have four copies left, so hit up the store if you want to grab one before they’re all gone. I even marked them down cause I like you guys!
I’m not going to bore you with a long drawn out review here. I’m going to get right to the point in just the same way that the POWS “Welcome Back to Jefferson State!” does. There’s a trend these days for trails videos to be overly artsy and have way too much b-roll digging footage in them. If that’s what you’re into then that’s your prerogative. As for myself, I just want to see trails getting roasted. I’ve done enough digging, stacking, and packing in my lifetime to know damn well what it looks like. Luckily for myself and anyone…
The POW’s much anticipated follow up to “Welcome To Jefferson State” is finally out and we have copies available in the STORE. If 35 minutes of no bullshit trail riding sounds good to you then you’ll want to grab a copy. Take my word for it that you’ll want this in your collection! If you need more convincing then you can expect a full review within the next few days. For the meantime you can check out the trailer below.
FREEBIRD!!!!!!!!! Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Nick Noble put this together and it totally made my day! The trails are definitely hittin’ in Nor Cal!
I would never think that the POWS and orchestral music would go together, but this turned out pretty epic.
Sunday just put up a bike check on Aaron Day’s ride. He’s rocking their new Rooster frame that we talked to Jim Cielencki about in the interview we did with him last week. If you missed it you can check it out here.