Looks like it’s going to be an event filled 2018 at Catty and Posh! What in the world is this “Wet and Wild Day hosted by Mike Stauffer” though?
These 12 minutes of PA trails footage from Giovanni Panzani couldn’t have come at a more perfect time to help fight off the winter blues. Keep your heads up people, summer will be here before we know it!
Considering it’s cold AF pretty much everywhere here in The State’s, I’m fairly certain that this twelve minute North East trails mix from Pareidolia will be a more than welcome way to pass some of the time stuck inside!
For those of you who still haven’t seen Props 79, here’s Cody Digg’s Tioga X FBM Steady Rollin piece from it where he blast the hell out of a little line called Chicken at Catty!
Not to take away from the Posh and Catty footage in here, but I couldn’t click play on this fast enough in anticipation of seeing the Magic Patch! Evan really has built himself one of the most unique sets of trails out there right now. As much fun as I think it would be to try and ride the place, it would probably be just as much fun watching other people try to.
Well obviously this season wrap up vid from PAWOODS is pretty awesome, but I’ll warn you right now, you’ll probably be forever haunted by Dunny’s Terry Crews impression!
The weather was absolutely perfect for this year’s Halloween Jam at Catty. A little rain the night before had the trails in prime condition, and unlike last year, it was warm and not a bit windy. I’m not 100% sure, but this very well may have been the biggest turnout yet!
The local crew sure did get around this year! Wish I could say the same, but oh well. Drew Ortega managed to condense almost a whole season of trails, traveling and good times from multiple states and spots down into this 16 minute edit. Considering this was kind of a shitty year weather-wise, I’m interested to see just how much more these dudes get around next season. Of course that’s assuming the weather cooperates a bit more.
The 2nd annual Swantz Trick Jump Contest was definitely one of the highlights of this year’s Catty Halloween Jam. It was like someone packed up an early 90s dirt jump comp, stuck it in a time machine and sent it to 2017. Shit was completely fucking loose! I didn’t think anyone had even filmed it, but leave it to Chris Bird to come through with some documentation as to just how awesome this was.
It’s been over twenty years since the original GT Fueler frame made it’s debut as one of just a handful of mid 90s frames that bridged the gap between the era’s flimsy race frames and overbuilt freestyle frames. Having grown up riding in that time period and experiencing first hand the self destruction of a race frame at the trails, frames like the Fueler definitely appealed to me. Something with the longer top tube and geometry of a race frame, but with some design attributes like beefier tubing and thicker dropouts taken from freestyle frames. While I personally opted for…