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.
This is what I originally had planned for the flashback post this week. That Dave Mirra one was too good not to post though, so this week we’ll have two. I’ve always been kind of intrigued by Willow Street. They look tight, not just in the slang definition of the word but also in the true definition that pertains to their spacing. Have a look at this edit from their jam way back in 09 and you’ll see what I mean. Definitely make sure you watch the King of Dirt section at the end for one of the worst nose…
Here is one of the trail mix sections from the Vinyl “LP” DVD. We have in this one Bobby D, Quaggy, Lima, and Robbo. Ripping some dubs in PA Woods, and the midwest.
Due to some major ball ups with my financial institution I wasn’t able to make it out to the Vinyl premiere. I was already pretty salty about it, but after seeing the photos of the premiere my salinity level is comparable to that of the Dead Sea. Oh well, at least I was able to get a lot done at the trails. Head over to Vinyl and check out a ton of photos from the premiere and the hangover session the day after.
Head over to Sunday and peep Bobby D’s freshly built Rooster. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone run one of those top loading stems that’s meant to jack your bars up flipped over.
Spotted this photo Timothy Burkhart shot of Bobby D roasting a tabe over on Sunday. Strangely enough I actually got to ride that hip over the weekend. Apparently I’ve spent a bit too much time partaking in the overabundance of left hips because my first run resulted in me landing so flat you would have thought I was riding street.