If you still make a Christmas list here’s something to add to it. Stew Johnson has been filming off and on with the Clint, Matty and Nutter for a couple years now and it’s finally coming all together into a new Credence video called “Live Free or Die.” GET STOKED!
Footage of Clint is timeless. If it were not for the poor video quality, the lines at Eastside being a bit different and the lack of him wearing a helmet giving it away, you totally wouldn’t be able to tell that this video is from all the way back in 2011.
You know it’s going to be a good day when you wake up to find that S&M has put the full length Credence “Feel My Chest Muscles I’m A Trail Builder” DVD online! Now you just need to find yourself somewhere at work where you can hideout for 30 minutes so you can watch it.
So vloggy it hurts, but I’m going to go ahead and post it since I’ve never seen Clint Reynolds ride Wetlands and there’s a bunch of clips of him doing just that in here.
Just in case this weekend’s weather has got you down, here’s a little pick-me-up courtesy of the fine folks at Back Bone!
What a pleasure it was to wake up this morning and the first thing that I see is that the crown jewel of The Backbone Video is finally online. Watch it, get stoked, tell your boss you can’t make it in today, and then go lay some tracks down somewhere!
It’s always a good day when some fresh footy from Eastside surfaces! This raw edit comes from the clips John Donald filmed with his phone while he and the NW crew were down there this past February.
Congrats to both Clint and Empire on this one! I’m honestly pretty surprised it didn’t happen sooner! I’ll let the street clip for the Instagram announcement slide in hopes that they’ll correct course and give us a proper trails filled welcome edit soon.
This edit that Brian Barnhart put together of Clint and Matty ripping Speedball randomly popped into my head when I was digging today. I’m not sure what exactly it was that sparked the memory, but I’m glad it did so that I’d be forced to rewatch it when I got home. Coincidentally it’s Friday and I hadn’t yet picked out a video for a flashback post. Funny how that worked out!
Though I haven’t had time to give it another watch since I posted it last Friday, this Relic edit has been on my mind all week. I love what Relic has done so far and this edit just reconfirmed that there are a lot more good things to come from Ash’s take on what a BMX brand should be.