Not a Halloween Jam, but Posh is holding their 2nd annual High Air Comp this Saturday (10/21). Though I’m sure nobody would look at you funny if you wanted to dress up! Cash and a handmade JBone trophy are up for grabs this year. I know a lot of people are planning on coming out for this, so it’s bound to be a damn good time!
We’ll that is if the rain ever stops, and at this rate I don’t have much hope of that happening. Nonetheless, keep Sunday, September 3rd open just in case the weather decides it wants to cooperate and let the Pre-Labor Day Posh Jam happen. There will be a high air contest on the Butcher Jump and the winner will be taking home some cash and a one-off custom trophy made by Jay Bone himself. Get stoked and do an anti-rain dance or something!
J Bone hit me up a while back about an idea he had for a interview series revolving around trail builders who have heavily impacted the scene around them. It should go without saying that I was immediately onboard with the idea, especially when he told me that the first person he had in mind to interview was the Beltway Trails’ Denny Ward. Denny may not have started Beltway, but since he took over the reins a few years ago, he’s built both the trails and the scene around them up to a level that I don’t think anyone could…
My internet connection seems to be holding strong for the time being so I’m going to get this flashback post up before it shits out again! This is the B-Town Trails Warriors section from the Dying Breed DVD that Satoski put together way back when. Can’t go wrong with some Posh footage, no matter what the year! Maybe we’ll see another video from him sometime in the future. I hear he may just have something new in the works!
None other than Jimmy Levan himself showed up at Posh the last time I was time I rode there. He wasn’t riding but he was full of stories, including a few about his visit to the original Posh Trails for a legendary underground contest they held there back in 1992. Coincidentally this hour of footage from that very contest popped up online just a couple weeks later. It’s pretty crazy to see some of the stuff dudes were going for back then. The 720 attempt at 38:33 is one of my favorites in here by far! There’s also a ton…
A fitting flashback seeing as I’m about to hit the road for a quick day trip to Posh!
I’ve always been a huge fan of Doug Foulke’s edits. There’s just something about them that truly captures the pure essence of riding trails. I was having a hard time deciding what I wanted to post for a flashback edit this week, that was until I randomly stumbled back across this Sekt Mix from half a decade ago!
Here’s something I never imagined I would see in my lifetime; Legend, Trail Shaman, and inverted stem aficionado, Jay Bone is now running a top load stem top side up. Be prepared because I’m certain that this means that the apocalypse is rapidly bearing down upon us!
I know I’ve said it before, but there have been so many good videos these last few weeks. This one from PA Woods is up there amongst my favorites!
Janis has made quite a return to video making with these last few PA Woods edits. This third and final one of the year is my personal favorite because it really conveys the sense of not just how much fun riding trails is, but also how much fun it is just being in the woods with friends. Poor Schwartz at the end though!