We’re headed off to Jersey to check out the supercross race so I’m leaving you with Elliot Woodhouse’s 30 minute UK trails masterpiece for the day. Give it another watch and then go build something rad this weekend!
Do yourself a favor and round up some friends, grab some beers and then figure out a way to watch this on your tv, because this 30 minute UK trails edit from Elliot Woodhouse deserves to be watched on the big screen and in good company! This is seriously like a who’s who and where’s where of UK trails awesomeness!
It’s been WAY too long since we’ve had some fresh Boyd footage on the site! Just when I was thinking that he may have gone and thrown in the towel, Crucial BMX comes through with this edit proving otherwise. Stoked to see that my fellow swim trunks aficionado has still got it!
Two things the world could use more of right about now, trails and dancing!
The Rise bringing us another look at the festivities that went down at this year’s Brose Farm Jam. I don’t think there’s a single person that will disagree that Boyd owns both of the day’s highlights with his fist pump of victory and that most awesome jamminest of salmons!
GetaBMX’s Milan Recknagel sure did do his fair share of getting around last year, as this 2015 highlights edit more than proves! Definitely not a bad way to get the week started, and it’s also a pretty good source of inspiration for laying out some solid traveling plans for 2016.
I’m absolutely loving all the good edits that have been coming out recently! I’m also loving how so many of them have had a good mix of spots in them. I don’t know the names of all of them in here but I did recognize Vinewood. There’s no way that I can’t not mention something about that hail mary 360 attempt 01:44. That shit was looking good until it stopped spinning at 180°!
I wanted to dig up a real gem for this week’s flashback, and I think this five minute Villij section from Robbo’s 2011 “Who Knows” video more than qualifies!
Try as I might, I really can’t beat Digger’s description for this Vinewood and PSA video he put together from old clips just for Boyd. “Some old footage to cheer up Mr Boyd . Poor bugger is in Canada and has no one to ride with. HA! What a loser”
It’s been a couple of years since Deluxe and Crucial’s Alex Boyd packed up and made the move to Canada. I always figured that it must have been pretty tough for him to walk away from Vinewood and move halfway across the world. Real life doesn’t wait though, so that’s just what he did. During some of his recent downtime he pieced together this very reflective look at the trails he used to call home. Lots of good times right here!