I was completely shocked yesterday to find out that the final session at the GMG Trails had gone down over the weekend…
I’m psyched to see so many of my good buds shredding a trio of NC trails in this video that Jon Pfundstein put together (hopefully I waited long enough to post one of his videos this time)! LOL at Brandon Grimm trying to get into the record books for the world’s fastest Vander Roll at… Continue reading A Trio of Trails 2015
This edit from the GMG Halloween Jam came to me with a warning that it was a little bit different and had lots of slomo. While both of those are definitely true, I actually didn’t hate it. As a matter of fact, I would even go as far to say that I liked it! What… Continue reading GMG Halloween Trail Jam 2015
There have been some pretty creative Halloween trail edits this year but this one of the festivities at the GMG Trails really hits the mark!
Wednesday is off to damn fine start already! First we get a new Snakewoods edit, and now a new one from the Jäunt boy’s trip down south. You’ll find a little bit of concrete, a bunch of GMG Trails, and a whole shit ton of fun in here.
It’s funny because as hot as it is it doesn’t really seem like summer yet in my woods. It still seems like early Spring with how wet everything is. Violent thunderstorms everyday will do that. Best case scenario we’re still a couple of weeks off from ripping some summer trains like Darren Bouldin, Stephen Lilly,… Continue reading GMG Summer Trains
Looks like Crandall recently made it down to Darren Bouldin’s little slice of paradise that is the GMG Trails. Jump on over to The Least Most for a dozen or so photos that he captured from a Saturday session down in NC.
Hopefully you’ve already hopped aboard the Blue Groove Express and checked out Todd Nichols’ edit from Darren Bouldin’s birthday jam at the GMG Trails. Here’s another opportunity if you missed it the first time around, and a chance for those who already saw it to go for another ride.
Darren Bouldin’s birthday celebration/jam down at the GMG Trails gets bigger every year. This year it looked like an absolute blast of blue groove fueled fun. Todd Nichols put together this edit of the good times and I don’t think he could have done any better of a job of capturing them.
The second edit from the DB Gold Rush Jam comes from none other than Dan Foley. The only problem with having Dan Foley behind the lens is that there’s no Dan Foley in front of it. Come on Dan where were those self filming skills on this one?