It hasn’t even gotten cold yet and I’m already starting to dream about escaping winter for a bit with a trip to California. That’s just what Evgeny Kurnikov did last winter, though his journey from Russia was a bit further. He hit up two sets of trails that are definitely on my list of ones to check out next time I’m out there, Hoodrich and Bundy, and this video shows just how he got along at them.
Matt Cordova and Nathan Sykes bring a good mix of style and tricks to F.O.D., Bundy and Wetlands in this latest edit in DIG’s “DIG Trails” series. It’s always a treat watching these guys roast their local spots but I can’t help but want to see what they would bring to some East Coast trails.
Owen Marks recently spent some time in SoCal and was able to crank out this quick edit from Bundy and Regency. Dude for sure knows how to steez that whip!
Fit gave Justin Spriet one of their brand new 2016 Prospect completes and told him to have at it down at the Bundy Trails. While it may be aimed at younger guys, this video shows that its perfectly capable of holding up to even pro level shredding. I do have to say that it’s pretty cool that Fit spec’d the Prospect with knobbier tires and a longer top tube so that it would appeal to kids who may have an interest in getting into riding trails!
Man, I was hoping this summer Demolition edit from Matt Cordova was going to be at least half trails, but unfortunately we only get a couple of nibbles at 01:58 and 02:19.
Steven Mack is just getting back onto his bike after dealing with some pretty serious injuries. It’s really good to see that being off of his bike for months hasn’t slowed him down one bit! Check him out getting back into the swing of things on some dry California soil in this new one from Kings Rideshop.
The first minute of this new Ricky Moseley edit from Profile is all trails, and Blaine’s yard even makes a rare appearance. On top of Blaine’s there’s also a couple clips from Stephen Murray’s and Bundy Canyon.
I used to love going to the Dew Tours and seeing Zak riding amongst the all the trick ferrets. While everyone else’s only concern was spinning their bikes around as many times as possible Zak would be boosting to the moon and gettin’ it sideways. There’s not enough footage of him these days, so I’m really psyched to see this Bell edit.
Not that Trail Boss, but the creator of “Steez That Whip” Mr. Joey Cordova. Joey has a new song in the works and in this he tells you about it, talks about how “Steez That Whip” came about, and then goes and roast the Bundy Trails. Pretty wild that MX star Blake Wharton will be laying down the vocals on Joey’s new song!