Eastside Feb ’17

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.

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ES Is Boostie

Some fresh Eastside footage coming courtesy of the heavy NW crew that’s been down there visiting for the past week. I don’t even have words for that last clip of Matty going into the stratosphere off of the Speedball hip…

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Back Turty

Between Villij Dayz and now this Back Turty edit from the Northwest, I’m going into the weekend fully stoked for whatever riding or digging lies ahead!

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Flashback: Dan Closser – Lynnwood R.I.P.

The looming destruction of yet another legendary set of trails got me to thinking about others we’ve lost in the last few years. I was always in awe of Lynnwood; the big moss covered jumps, the sweeping berms, the dense forest canopy that covered the place, it was everything that came to mind when I thought of trails in the Pacific NW. Dan Closser’s edit was one of the final bits of footage to come from the place, and I think it did a great job of not only showing what the spot had become, but also showing the kind…

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Solstice Summer 14

Everyone owes Dan Closser his choice of either a high five or a beer since he was kind enough to take this older Solstice footage and reimagine it into a whole new edit!

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The Top 10 Trails Web Edits Of 2015

I had no idea how much you guys liked this top 10 trails web edits thing until emails started pouring in over the last couple weeks asking if I was going to be doing it this year! Truth be told, I’ve been nibbling away at it since the beginning of the month but all the traveling that I’ve also been doing slowed things down a bit. It’s always a pretty tough job putting this list together, but this year was the toughest yet. After going back through 2015’s videos I ended up with a “short list” of a few dozen…

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Northwest in PA

Last summer a heavy crew from the Northwest descended upon Posh and Catty and joined in with some other out-of-towners already there enjoying the well-grooved PA clay. Unfortunately the weather took a turn for the worse very shortly after this, but at least they were able to get a couple solid days in before it did.

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