Ok, so it’s not throwing it back to the Sevs/Oakpark days, but these 23 minutes of raw footage that Darren Meenan threw together from Patio and Keyko is still a welcome site!
We all win when Jon Lynn stumbles across some long forgotten about clips that he and Thad Allender filmed during a Keyko session back in 2015!
The fight to save the Boondocks isn’t over yet! Jon Lynn just put together this amazing video to help aid in the battle to keep the trails going. Give it a watch and then make sure to share it around so that as many people as possible can see what a huge mistake the city of Huntington, NY will be making if they go through with razing the place. You can also keep up with updates on the situation via the Boondocks Community FB Page.
And if making the journey up to Canada for the Brose Farm Jam seems a bit too far, the 2016 NY Grands are also going on this weekend. You could also be a boss and hit the Brose Jam on Saturday and then the NY Grands on Sunday, just saying! More info after the jump.
Lots of Long Island trails goodness in this promo for Nick Razzano’s Loose Change video! The video will be out around the New Year, and he plans on filming for it until the “frost hits.” Can’t wait to see it!
Jon Lynn sent through this quick slowmo video that he put together of Pauly Cvikevich styling through Keyko. I can honestly say that I actually don’t mind this slowmo vid; I’d even go as far as to say I like it!
Keith Terra has a piece up on DIG discussing whether or not a broken planet (pertaining to the seasons) makes for better trails. Without jacking their piece and going off on my own tangent about it, I’ll register my two cents with a simple “No.” Head on over to DIG for Terra’s take on the subject, as well as some damn fine pictures from a mid-December session at Keyko.
A very Blair Witch-esque video from Jon Lynn, AKA City Boy revealing the possible explanation/origin of the woods known as Catty.
I know that they’ve been saying that we were going to have a warmer than usual winter here in the Northeast, but I would have never guessed that would mean that trails on Long Island would still be running in December! The Keyko Crew were back out at the trails on Saturday taking advantage of this strange weather phenomenon by continuing to get laps well after the trails should be closed for the year.
If the riding in this Black Friday Keyko edit doesn’t put a smile on your face, Jon Lynn’s soundtrack sure as hell will!