Give this James Fox edit of Jonny Mackellar and Dylan Lewis ripping the shit out of Snakewoods a rewatch and you’ll be stoked up and ready to shred the fuck out of whatever jam you’re headed to this weekend!
There’s nothing I could say that would possibly add more value to this than what the title does on its own. Two of Australia’s raddest dudes showing what a typical weekend at Snakewoods looks like for them, thank you James Fox for making this one happen!
A little weekend motivation courtesy of Snakewoods!
With the future of the spot being uncertain, the boys of Snakewoods are running every session like it could be the last. Here’s some raw footage that Dale Watson pieced together from the madness of last weekend. Just wait till you see the Dylan Lewis bail!
Both Dylan Lewis and Mutiny have hinted that there would be a signature frame forthcoming after his bump up to the pro team. You may have even gotten a few glimpses of it if you happen to follow Dylan on Instagram. Mutiny just dropped this studio shot as well as the official specs, and it’s looking damn good! With 21.3″ being the smallest top tube size, and it going all the way up to 21.8″, this is a frame that you taller folks might want to take a gander at. It also features a taller 125mm head tube and a…
I don’t even care that there’s only about a minute of trails footage in this Cosmic Rumble edit! There could have been none and I would have still been stoked to watch Dylan Lewis and Jett Man crushing concrete parks along the way to the A.C.T. Jam! If you do feel compelled to skip through that, 04:44 is where you’ll find the trails session with Chris Harti, Raine Turnbull and Angus Samson.
I always watch Mutiny’s video projects whether they have trails in them or not. If there’s one company that has it all figured out as far as video aesthetics go, it’s definitely them. Sythesis III is a compilation of clips from their 2015 video projects as well as some new clips thrown in for good measure. The whole thing is a good watch but if you want to get straight to the clips of Robbo and Dylan Lewis ripping the woods, then 03:04 is where you’ll want to head.
Taking a quick break from stirring the BMX racing pot to re-up James Fox’s edit from the Snakewoods Last Call Jam. Usually I hate edits that don’t get straight on to it with the riding, but the intro in this one is priceless. It’s exactly what I would expect from the Snakewoods Crew. I just wish I had the backstory on why that poor guy was grazing like a cow! I feel he must have lost some kind of bet.
I’ve been waiting for James Fox’s edit from the Snakewoods Last Call Jam to drop and it definitely didn’t disappoint one bit! As much of a bummer as it is that the end is near for Snakewoods, I’m glad that they were able to send the place off in such a proper fashion! Last clip is seriously one of the craziest things I’ve seen in a long time!
This collection of raw footage that Steven Jackson put together is the first thing that I’ve come across from Snakewoods’ Last Call Jam. I love that it’s raw because it really gets across the whole vibe of the jam. It’s also cool to see just how many people came together for one last shindig there.