It’s always a good day when it starts off with some Banos footage that I haven’t seen. This is from last summer but it’s just now hitting the interweb. Holy hell, the case at 01:22 is brutal!
Banos is one place that I’ll never get tired of seeing!
You’re god damn right I’m re-upping this for the weekend!
This can be described as amazing, incredible, awesome, spectacular, or whatever other adjective you want to use! I do have one problem with it though. Richie, did you have to drop this on us right when the season here is over? It’s 8 in the morning here and after watching this I’m ready to go out and roast something. Then I look out the window and reality sets in. There won’t be anything to roast for at least four months!
Jeremy is the man behind the new Compression “Septembre” DVD, so it seems quite fitting to post a video of him for this week’s flashback post. Tom put this together over three years ago, and it does a pretty good job of showing you that Jems can do a bit more than just edit awesome trails videos. If you haven’t gotten a copy of “Septembre” yet, what are you waiting for?
I’m going snowboarding for the weekend so I’m going to leave you with this in case I can’t find any wifi.
I couldn’t be more excited about this one! Tom and Vinyl have helped out tremendously with getting things dialed in with Can You Dig It. I’m really honored that our first exclusive video is a Vinyl one. These are the leftover clips from Vinyl’s “LP” DVD that is coming out in March. Filmed mostly in Pittsburgh and France and featuring a whole slew of riders, this should give you a pretty good indication of just how awesome the new Vinyl DVD is going to be. Go grab yourself a beer, kick back, hit play, and enjoy!
Grounded BMX sent team riders Willem Van Gansen, Sig Cools, Jelle Nys, and Fourcheke off to explore the trails of France and Spain. It certainly looks like they made every moment of the trip count. To say that I’m envious of all the places they got to ride would be an understatement!
This is what my yard would look like if I didn’t live in the city and had a yard bigger than my current 30′x20′ concrete slab.