Looks like the official edit for round two of the UK BMX Dirt Series is a mix of drone footage from that last edit I posted and some regular non-aerial footage. It also looks like they decided to give a little nod to Prettyshady with the soundtrack! Full results HERE.
I don’t know about you but I’m pretty excited to finally get a look at what went down at the first stop of the UK BMX Dirt Series. Looks like it was a complete success if you ask me! You can check out the full results over on the Series’ website. Round 2 is tomorrow (7/16) at Shrews Trails, which I’m sure will be rad!
It’s always a treat when Elliot Van Orman comes out a new edit! Here’s what he put together from the annual Pinke’s Trail Jam that went down in Michigan back in July. Glenn “Pinke” Skowronek sure does have a damn good thing going on up there! I definitely think a road trip is in order for next year’s jam.
Brandon talks about moving to Austin and what it’s like having the X Games being held in his new place of residency. There’s also a good bit of shredding going on in here from Red Box, aka The Shoveldick Trails. On a side note, I didn’t realize that Clint Reynolds was riding in X Games dirt. That’s pretty fucking rad!
I realized something after watching this. You have to be VERY proficient at spinning your bike around to be on Redline’s team!
I’m not sure if I would have even watched this if didn’t say that it had Fuzzy in it. He only has two clips, but two Fuzzy clips are bettet than no Fuzzy clips.
The last time the ARF posted something about helmets it caused me to go off on a bit of a pro-helmet/pro-certified helmet rant. I’ll refrain from doing that this time because I think this video definitively backs up the case for wearing a proper helmet. “ARF Presents: Certified vs Non-Certified Bicycle Helmet Impact Test.. Come along with pro riders Mike Clark, Brandon Dosch and Chad Kerley. This video shows without a doubt the tremendous difference in protection between certified and non certified helmets. We tried to simplify the physics as much as possible but the results are undeniable. Make sure…
I talk as much shit as anyone on circus tricks but it would be nice to have dirt back in events like the X Games. Maybe it would help get some younger kids into riding dirt and in turn get them into building trails. Corey Bohan, Anthony Napolitan, TJ Ellis, Brandon Dosch, and Stephen Murray talk about the state of the dirt contest scene and where they would like to see it go in this video by Alli.