Forty minutes of Colorado trails goodness is not a bad way to start off the week! I’m really glad to see that people are starting to put out longer videos like this again. It’s nice to be able to throw something like this up on the tv, kick back with a beer and enjoy a full length trails edit. Props to Chase Cleveland for putting this together!
What do you do in Colorado Springs when it’s November and there’s still no snow on the ground? The crew at the Goldenrod Trails did the same exact same thing we would do here. Take full advantage of it and squeeze out every last lap possible! Charlie Becker sent through this collection of photos he snapped at the jam, and from the looks of it, they definitely didn’t take the weather’s blessing for granted.
And while we’re on the subject of Colorado, I may as well take the opportunity to bump this gem from the Centennial State back up to the top!
This may as well be a Colorado trails scene report with all of the dudes ripping in this seven minute masterpiece cooked up by Josh Wendt, Chris Kulhanek and Ted Van Orman! Enough reading, hit play already!
Colorado, what can I say about it. I’ve been to a lot of places in my 33 years but nowhere that has had the same feel of freedom that Colorado has. Tom and the Vinyl dudes headed out there earlier this year and what a trip it must have been. Incredible parks and ripping trails all set amongst an almost unbelievable backdrop. This edit does an incredible job of capturing all of the awesomeness that is Colorado!
Frisco Dirt Park scene report video. Cody Landers gives you a little insight on the park, along with some riding from the Vinyl crew. If you are ever out in Colorado do not hesitate to visit the Dirt Park, it’s free to the public! Watch the Point of View here.
Point of view film of the Frisco, Colorado Dirt Park. Click the HD setting on the video to get 100% satisfaction. Onboard with myself training Mark Potoczny, Ryan Popple, and Cody Landers.
[new_royalslider id=”8″] Tucked away in a small mountain town there is a incredible place for you to ride your bike. The Frisco Bike Park is a free dirt park made for BMX, MTB’s, and any type of bicycle you can imagine. I should mention that the tax payers of Frisco are kind enough to pick up the tab for employees and running costs of the park. We happened to be traveling through Colorado on a Vinyl Trip and made a stop to visit our friend Cody Landers who maintains the jumps along with a few other co-workers. The gallery features Mark Potoczny, Cody Landers,…