It’s been a bit since I’ve seen anything new from CTY Woods. This little edit starts out with plenty of the digging footage that John Lee loves, and then moves into the crew taking some well deserved laps.
Here’s a little digging edit from La Villette just for John Lee.
Here’s one just for you John Lee! The crew at the Greenfield Trails have been putting in some serious work getting the trails dialed in.
I think some evil genius created this video just for people like John Lee. Rather than putting the digging footage at the start, they opted to get it going with a bit of riding before moving into all the trail grooming footage that John so loves. If there’s one thing John Lee loves more than a good stovepipe, it’s footage of people dialing in trails.
No riding in this section of TwoThousand2013Thirteen. It’s more of a piece on the trails lifestyle. John Lee is stoked!
This is a promo for an event, so I’m kind of surprised it didn’t get posted. It has the prerequisite trail video watering/sweeping/throwing of dirt shots that John Lee loves!
There’s no music, no graphics, or any other distractions in here. Just four minutes and forty one seconds of the Endwell guys hitting up the goodness that Long Island and Eastern Pennsylvania have to offer.
Kyle Hibbard sent over this video of himself, John Lee and Chris Hancock ripping the last few sessions of the year at Endwell. Looks like they certainly made the most of the time they had before winter set in.
Well this a treat! Nine minutes of classic footage from the 7-11 Trails. I’ve always regretted that I never got to ride there. They were definitely ahead of their time and had an amazing crew of locals. Here are some key points from this video.
-Punjab has been ruled for a long time
-Van’s bike sounds like a bag of nails
-The world needs more Ronnie Gaska footage
-Some of those sections are tight as hell