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.
Get your week fired up and off to a proper start with Back Bone co-owner and all around badass Tyson Jones-Peni’s section from The Back Bone Video!
Just in case this weekend’s weather has got you down, here’s a little pick-me-up courtesy of the fine folks at Back Bone!
Hands down the gnarliest part in The Back Bone Video! Will Gunn’s section takes me back to the days of old when riders rode everything! You so very rarely see that these days, and you damn sure hardly ever see someone kill all terrains at the level that Will does. There’s a spattering of trails clips throughout, with a big chunk of them coming at the 02:28 mark. Do yourself a favor though and watch the whole thing!
What a pleasure it was to wake up this morning and the first thing that I see is that the crown jewel of The Backbone Video is finally online. Watch it, get stoked, tell your boss you can’t make it in today, and then go lay some tracks down somewhere!
Trail rider owned and operated, this right here is why Back Bone is fucking awesome!
Today is the day that one of my favorite sections from The Back Bone Video makes it online! As a matter of fact, going back to when I first heard they were going to do a video, Chris Harti’s part was the section that I was most anticipating. Needless to say that I wasn’t let down!
All you people who didn’t get a copy of the Back Bone Video, rejoice because they’ve started putting sections from it online. The first two up are the intro (which you can check out below) and Russell Brindley’s section up above. They need to get working on another video ASAP so we can get some more Rusty footage!
I’ve been anxiously waiting for Back Bones’s official ACT Jam video to surface and they certainly didn’t disappoint! I mean, with James Fox handling the production and all the crazy riding that went down, how could it? Jump to (no pun intended) 06:00 if you want to get straight into the King of Dirt part. I really suggest watching the whole thing though!
Every year the Back Bone crew goes all out and puts on three days of BMX madness that is known as the ACT Jam. Some downhill roasters built next to a race track was the site of one of the jams, and they totally reminded me of the old DK Dirt Circuit days! DIG has a photo gallery up with lots of pics that Cooper Brownlee shot from both the jumps and from concrete stops of the jam. Give them a look and hang tight for an edit that I’m sure will be coming soon. Peep the gallery HERE!