Segment Clothing was kind of on its way out back when CYDI started five years ago. Luckily they did leave us when one last present before they exited, this upload of their 2008 full length “Trails Is Shouting” video. Going back and watching stuff like this always reminds me of how timeless riding trails really is.
Here’s another rad edit from Bertie Buck (he put together that Mat Burton edit from earlier). Check out Joe Cornwell, Matt Priest, Bob Manchester, and Scott Turner sampling some Wilburton gold. I love how much they were able to pack into such a relatively small space!
And another one from Bob Manchester’s Yard Jam! I guess this would be the most official of the edits since it’s the finale of Bob’s “Work In Progress” series from Fast Forward.
Here’s Crucial’s edit from Bob Manchester’s Yard Jam. For some reason I can’t help but be reminded of the old DK Dirt Circuits when I watch this.
I woke up with a few edits in my inbox from The Yard Jam that Bob Manchester held in his yard. I’m going to roll with this one from Sandro Pages first because the Fu Fighters humor me.
Villa Road’s Summer Woodyard edit certainly deserves a bump back up to the top for another watch or two!
Want to know how to get your hump day started off proper? Hit play on this new Woodyard edit from Villa Road! They have that place looking absolutely amazing this year!
After nearly a week of much needed rain here on the East Coast I’m sure most people are out in the woods taking advantage of the freshly softened soil. Here’s a re-up of Villa Road’s Malaga trip edit if you do for some reason find yourself in front of the computer rather than behind a shovel.
And it’s here, a full 14 minute long edit from Villa Road’s trip to Malaga! Join the crew as they take in the city’s parks, nightlife, and trails. I highly suggest you watch the whole thing, but if you want to get straight to the part where they ride the El Cable Trails, you’ll find it at 10:34. Once again, I highly suggest you watch the whole thing!
I had all but forgotten about the jumps that Bob Manchester had in his yard. I figured he had moved on to Woodyard full time. I was wrong though because Bob sets about resurrecting the jumps in the first episode of “Work In Progress.” He doesn’t get too far along with them before heading over to the skatepark, but it’s a start.