I got a chuckle out of this promo that Dylan Stark did for S1’s Lifer helmet. Mainly due to the mandatory pedaling and goggle use at Sheep, but also because of that Gucci & Offset song choice. “Dick in her mouth like an edible (dick in that).” Priceless!
Unfortunately the curtains have fallen on Riverside, California’s Palm Trails. Definitely bummed to see that yet another spot is no more, and especially one as unique as Palm. Usually I steer away from posting vloggy shit but Dylan Stark used this one to document the final session that went down early in the morning before the plows showed up. R.I.P.
Heavy very well may be an understatement! Dylan Stark vlogs his way through a Wetlands session that consist of pretty much a who’s who of BMX and MTB pros. If there was ever a day to be down there to watch a show, this was it!
This combines two of my least favorite things, vlogging and shaky POV footage into one ten minute look into Dylan Stark and Santiago Muñoz’s visit to Oakley and their Dirt Lab. Why am I posting it you may ask. Well, even though it’s vloggy and shaky, it does give you a really good look at what Oakley has going on both inside their building and behind it.
That’s the actual title of the video, not one that I gave it. That said, these trails are pretty rad! Definitely a great example of using the space and landscape you have to work with extremely well.
Always stoked when something pops up with Shawn Shimkets’ yard in it! He recently had a van load of dudes show up to ride his backyard paradise, and you can check out just what went down by skipping on through the park and street stuff to the 10:00 mark.
I’m psyched to see that the Ride boys switched things up and headed out to Wetlands to film this edit. Lots of heavy hitters in here, but I think the star is the epic (and I try not to use that word) dirt spine they have going on out there. Christ man! I’ve seen a few attempts at dirt spines over the years but never one that actually worked as well as the one in here.