The Beury Patch, Heathens, Lock Haven, whichever you like to refer to them as, they’re having a jam to raise money for a damn good cause this Saturday. I’ll let Tommy T explain!
I’m so glad that someone suggested this for the flashback post this week because I had totally forgotten how good it was. The MX Trails crew logged some serious miles back in 2014 chasing grooves all over the world. They definitely left their mark on every spot they visited, especially Foerske spinning the shark fin at Catty. That’s still talked about to this day and probably will continue to be for years to come. MADNESS!
Cruise along with Joseph Nazarak as he rips around the Beury Patch during last weekend’s Last Call Jam. I do have to call out the tailwhip to crank arm landing though, just because we were joking around about those the other day at the trails. I’m pretty sure I would eat shit if I went cruising through some s-berms with my feet like that!
I’ve been hearing rumors that this is it for jams at the Beury Patch. Better make your way on up this Saturday (9/19) for what is possibly the last hoorah. This flyer though!
This edit from Belgium’s MX Trails Crew definitely deserves a bump back up to the top!
Well this is fucking awesome! The MX Trails crew were once again on the move hitting up trails from Europe to America and back again. I’m bummed I didn’t get to ride with them this year, but at least they broke out the camera enough to get some rad footage to look at. That crash around the five minute mark is so gnarly!
I knew the Sunset Ranch Crew were working on a new edit but I had no idea it would be a full twenty minutes (complete with narration) covering the trails trip they took earlier this year. They hit up Catty, Posh, Heathens, Woodward, and a new one to me, Highland Mountain Bike Park. I’ve always heard that Highland was an awesome place but I always thought that was in regards to big bikes. I had no clue they had a pretty good set of trails there that would be totally rippable on BMX bikes!
This had considerably fewer bike flips in it than I was expecting!
My ears perked right up when caught wind of Red Bull’s Urban Rhythm Competition that’s going down at The Wheel Mill on December 6th. Taking trail crews from around the region and having them battle it out for $1000 with choreographed trains sounds absolutely amazing. Especially considering that Posh, Catty, Heathens, and Monroeville are amongst the invited. God I hope Posh brings out the Dunny Bunny! In a nod to the movie Rad, they’re having a Wild Card Qualifier before the event that’s open to any crew who wants to try to qualify for the big show. I can promise…
Oh my god, that 720 x-up at the end! I puckered up when I saw that thing. I’d imagine he immediately had to get himself a new set of drawers upon rolling away from that thing.