So X Games Dirt has made its triumphant return to US Soil. Dave King was in charge of building the course and I think he came up with a pretty good one. If you didn’t land decent on the second to last set you were pretty much ass out for the last one. There was a fair amount of panic pedaling going on and even more power cases. Nyquist cased so hard that he got ejected over his bars and all the way to the bottom of the landing. Even more impressive was Pat Casey’s 10/90 case. It wasn’t a 10/90 with his bike though, it was with his face! I might be being a bit overgenerous saying that 10% of his face made it over the landing because it really was pretty much only a hand and an eyelash. Somehow dude survived. Aside front the last set carnage the other highlight for me was Clint not only being in the X Games but making finals. I just wish they showed more than one of his runs. Oh well, that’s tv. (more…)
S&M only made 14 of these limited edition camo powder coated C.C.R. frames, so if you want one you should immediately get your ass over to the S&M store!
No trails in this edit of the Credence Crew’s voyage to Puerto Rico, but that doesn’t mean I’m not stoked on it! Though I could have done without seeing as much of Nutter as I did at the end.
If you keep up with the Credence Crew on Instagram, then there is no doubt that you’ve seen pics of the 8′ dirt spine getting dialed and roasted. Here’s a quick time lapse vid showing the work they put in getting it into the shape it’s in now.
New bike time for Clint Reynolds is a little different than new bike time for most people. Rather than starting with a new frame and going from there, Clint starts with the tubes to make a frame. He recently welded himself up a new C.C.R. and S&M put together this slideshow to show it off. I’m loving the DIY camo paint job!
I think this is some phone footy that a kid shot, or hell it could be from a video. I don’t know, but either way it’s rad!
Seriously, this section is so good! Clint riding in an adult onesie is just icing on the cake!