02:02 for the first trails part at Pat Casey’s yard, and 04:18 for the second that bleeds right into the FOD part. Would have been better if the D-Man was still on the team and in it, but I guess Demolition ain’t got no love for the East Coast no more.
I really wasn’t expecting to actually watch all 18 minutes of this, but between Tom’s unique brand of commentary and the raw footage of him, Chase Hawk, Mike Saavedra, Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley and Heath Pinter shredding Palm just before it was torn down, I found myself all the way at the end before I even realized. Spotted on Ride BMX
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The wait is almost over! In just two short weeks Pumped BMX 3 will be available for both iOS and Android! It’s almost certain that there will be a worldwide drop in productivity immediately following the release. Better get everything you need to get done before September 29th rolls around!
Start getting excited now because Pumped BMX 3 will be available this summer! As you probably figured out from that image above, this time you’ll have quite the cast of characters to play with! There’s no exact release date just yet, but they are promising more news on it and all the new game features in the coming weeks. If you haven’t figured out just who’s who in the image above, you can check out closeups of each rider after the jump. They look awesome!!!!
So I guess there’s a Mongoose Jam currently going on at Woodward West. I don’t really pay attention to that shit but this video from Ride of the dirt finals landed in my inbox. I couldn’t help but feel for Tyler Trueman and the rest of the crew out there responsible for keeping the jumps dialed. They definitely have some work on their hands after these dudes get done eating up the landings. Lol at Tyler Fernengel bailing and then trying to outrun Dennis Enarson. It was a valiant effort though!
I had already completely forgotten that Pat Casey had trails in his backyard. I almost didn’t even watch this. I only did because I’m a big fan of Dennis Enarson. I was thinking it was going to be a bunch of wildness on Pat’s mini ramp, but it turns out that a good bit of the riding is on the trails. Sure a lot of it is contest tricks, but there are also some mellow more visually appealing (in my eyes) trains towards the end. The trail stuff is mixed in throughout so you’ll have to bite the bullet and…
Not sure who the hell picked these cause I only agree with one of them in there. You’re seriously going to tell me that Nyquist’s alley-oop truck out of the shark fin didn’t make it into the top 5? Or what about Dennis Enarson 450ing the damn thing? I can without a doubt say that the person who made this list definitely had a mama who was on the crack rock before she had them.
I’ve really become a fan of Red Bull’s Raditudes series. I used to skip around and only watch the trails portions of them but over time I’ve found myself watching the whole episode. I guess you could say that I like the vibe of them and how they portray BMX as a whole. This episode starts out at Woodward, moves to Heathens, and then heads west to Dennis Enarson’s backyard. Tommy T was in proper form for the stop at Heathens. I’ve seen plenty of people get pretty close to coming together over a jump but never while one was…
Demolition’s Northwest Trails Trip didn’t go quite as well as this trip to the Northeast that they went on the year prior. I wonder where they’ll head this year?