The article ‘Live Free or Die, Clint Reynolds: American Independent’ was featured in the The Albion Issue 9. It is now available online, along with this video that was put together by the guys at Albion.
I don’t think we have to explain ourselves why this is posted on CYDI.
Issue 9 of The Albion is now online and in it George Marshall penned an amazing piece on Clint Reynolds titled "Live Free Or Die." It's a good one, so take a few minutes to give it a read.
"It's an awesome feeling when you and some friends build some stuff and it works out. That's one of the best feelings on your bike. I think a lot of people have never really dug enough at trails to experience the feeling of going to a raw landscape, envisioning a scene of take offs, landings and berms, seeing the project through and then finally getting to blast through those woods with your boys after months of hard work - it's a great feeling." -Clint Reynolds
Here's another one spotted on Instagram. Clint posted this pic of a prototype Credence stem made by S&M. According to him it's "Challenger inspired, internally relieved with a 52mm reach." We can also see that it features machining for that oh so popular flush headset cap look. Something tells me you'll be seeing A LOT of these at the trails once they come out!
Dave King, Clint Reynolds, and Gilly are down in Guadalajara Mexico working on this wild course for the Red Bull Conquers event that's going down at the end of the month. That's one ambitious artist rendering of what the course will look like but if anybody can pull off building some wild shit like that it would be those guys. Check out the flyer and press release after the jump. (more...)
This is from the 2011 jam but hey, better late than never! Any Catty footage is great to see and especially when it contains the likes of Brian Foster, Clint Reynolds, Geoff Slattery, and Van Homan. Peep the video and then hit up the PAWOODS donation page to help keep the trails running.
There’s been a good bit of Posh edits over the last couple of weeks but these are the ones I’m most excited about. I’ve been hearing for a while that Jaybone was working on some edits of his own and here they are. These three edits were filmed during the 2012 season and are Jay’s first cracks at both filming and editing. I think you’ll agree that he did a pretty damn good job! After you get done watching part 1 above check out part 2 and part 3 after the jump. Also please consider making a donation to help with the insurance and legal fees it takes to keep Posh and Catty going. (more…)
Brian Yeagle was onboard for Tree's road trip to New York and shot plenty of photos along the way. Head over to ESPN for a gallery chock full of pictures from the trip including some awesome ones from the Endwell Trails.