Catty has head a steady flow of people passing through lately, and on this particular day Doug Foulke caught the Credence guys, a crew from Belgium, and Chris Harti all down there enjoying the roast. I love when stuff like this comes out just before the weekend. It just helps set the tone for the good times ahead.
Deluxe went and gave us a little Labor Day gift by putting all the Woodlanders edits together into one eleven and a half minute super edit. The wild ass flip that Mike Saavedra does in here still gets brought up by at least once a week by someone during conversations.
In case you somehow missed this yesterday!
HEAVY sessions going down in the PA Woods this weekend! Doug Foulke is on it and already whipped together an edit from yesterday’s.
Vince’s new Compression edit definitely deserves another watch!
Here we have one very short but most definitely sweet Catty edit from the mind of John Decaprio.
One great thing about Dig going independent is that their exclusive video content has been freed from that abysmal Mpora player. This edit came out a few years ago and went along with the Catty article found in issue 85. Not only was Janis on the cover of that issue but he also filmed and edited this. Take a trip back to a Halloween at Catty in the not so distant past.
For ten days last fall the East Coast was graced by the presence of Todd Powers. He hit up quite a few different spots during is adventure, but Catty is the only one that made it into this edit. Jon Lynn also has a starring role in this piece. Let me tell you something about Jon. I would hang out with him everyday if I could. He has to be one of the most entertaining people on the planet. The last time I rode with him he busted out a solid four minute freestyle on “finding that blue groove” that had me doubled over laughing. Too bad I didn’t record it!
Here’s a quickie of FBM’s Garrett Guilliams and Eric Holladay getting a run in at Catty this past Sunday. I’m stealing that Tecate shirt from Eric next time I see him!
This made my day! John Decaprio put together this piece on the always radical Andy Schwartz. If only every set of trails had a Schwartz!