If you watch one thing today make sure it’s this! Any footage that comes from Villij is guaranteed to be a treat, and this edit that Tom Cambridge produced for Mutiny and DIG is no different. With not only Robbo in it, but Matt Roe and Dylan Lewis as well, it’s without a doubt my favorite Villij edit to date!
Our friend Brian Barnhart has a rad collection of photos that he shot while back home on the East Coast that you can check out over on DIG. Don’t really need any more of a description than that! Get on over to the DIG site and peep them!
And the majority of those 90 seconds are Tyson ripping the shit out of the HVT Trails! The rest is of him airing way too high out of some deep bowls, so it’s not too shabby either. Via DIG
Word on the street is that our friends over at DIG have a La Source Jam video in the works. I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty damn anxious to see it, but for now we’ll all just have to make do with this 16 second tease of the jam that I found floating around Vimeo.
This video from the Standard Crew’s trip from Iowa to Colorado is mostly park and street, BUT we do get around 40 seconds of dirt footage from two Colorado bike parks. Jump to the 01:17 mark to get right into it and watch Joey Cordova steez that whip!
Matt Cordova and Nathan Sykes bring a good mix of style and tricks to F.O.D., Bundy and Wetlands in this latest edit in DIG’s “DIG Trails” series. It’s always a treat watching these guys roast their local spots but I can’t help but want to see what they would bring to some East Coast trails.
Here’s something I couldn’t be more excited to get my hands on! DIG Issue 99.5 is a 164 page high quality large format limited edition book that marks their first print release since returning to their independent publishing roots. Of course I can’t wait to check out Rob Dolecki’s “Ode to Posh” and the unseen photos from him and a host of other DIG photographers, but I’m also just a excited to see/read all of the other content they’ve included. You’ll find the rundown of just what that is below, and you can get your hands on a copy HERE…
Palm Bay Florida’s Grapefruit Trails are the subject of the third episode in Profile and DIG’s DIY Documentary series. Shawn Bilslend gives you the scoop on the place, and a whole crew of characters (including one Rob Nolli) put it to use.
Keith Terra has a piece up on DIG discussing whether or not a broken planet (pertaining to the seasons) makes for better trails. Without jacking their piece and going off on my own tangent about it, I’ll register my two cents with a simple “No.” Head on over to DIG for Terra’s take on the subject, as well as some damn fine pictures from a mid-December session at Keyko.
Clint Reynolds’ “Fascist Killing Machine” is the subject of the latest DIG Setups. Along with the bike check we also get a little interview that contains a few tantalizing bits of info. Credence grips, even bigger bars, and the possibility of a Credence tire! Head on over to DIG for the bike check and the full scoop!