Some raw footage of Jackson Allen ripping Freedom 40 that Nathan Parker has been sitting on since 2011 or 2012. This definitely needed to see the light of day! Via FBM
Our old friend Brian Barnhart has an amazing collection of photos up on DIG from last season at the Freedom 40 trails. Brian’s work is always amazing so do yourself a favor and check out the gallery HERE!
I may be a little bit biased, but in my opinion as far as BMX bikes go, trail riders have the best looking setups. For the most part you won’t find any of those quirky parts and color schemes that are often popular with our brethren who ride street and park exclusively. What you will find are bikes that tend to have a classic look and parts selection that just screams go fast and pull the fuck up. Jackson Allen’s latest FBM Steadfast build definitely fits that mold, and with the help of our friend Brian Barnhart we caught up…
You’re in luck if you want to see a collection of awesome photos of some FBM Steadfast frames being shredded out west, because Brian Barnhart has a photo gallery up on Least Most of just that. Click HERE to get into it!
Dig dropped this Freedom 40 Trails edit that Brian Barnhart made, right in the midst of that huge onslaught of trail videos that all came out at once. I was a big fan of it, so I definitely think it deservers a bump back up to the top!
I don’t know what the fuck is going on but the last few weeks have been absolutely exceptional as far as trails edits go. Keeping the streak going is this new edit from the Freedom 40 Trails that Brian Barnhart put together for Dig. He moved out to the Santa Cruz area a year and a half ago and joined the existing crew of guys who keep Freedom 40 rolling. Brian’s not too shabby behind the lens, so it was only a matter of time before he cranked out a proper edit from his new home spot!
Tyler is the man!
Our main man Tyler Trueman just threw this edit together from some clips he’s been gathering up during his travels. Tyler is definitely out there holding it down for the younger generation of trail riders. Not only does he kill it on a bike, but he kills it just as hard with a shovel. As a matter a fact, he keeps a shovel in his car so that he can lend a hand wherever he goes. Now if only there was a way to clone about a 100 more Tylers!
Short video from a short trip The Trail Collective took out to California. What it lacks in trail footage it more more than makes up with blaxploitation clips!
Deity teammates Jake Kinney and Cody Gessel took a trip up to Santa Cruz to ride Post Office and Freedom 40, and lucky for us we get to see the action in this joint edit between Bicycle Nightmares and Deity. Some may say that black and white trail edits are played out and cliche, but I still think that they look awesome.