Kush footage is always a treat because there’s not that much of it. I’m very grateful that the locals decided to put down their shovels long enough to film some evening POV laps!
It’s always a treat to see a new one from the woods known as Kush. Luke and the boys do incredible work, and hopefully one day I’ll be able to make it up there and check it out first hand.
It’s a little fuzzy but this POV cruise through a few lines at Kush is still rad! The bobsled run looks like a blast!
I don’t know what exactly it is about the Kush Trails. Photos from there just have a certain aura to them. I always love when new ones come our way and this week Kyle Hirschkorn was nice enough to send us enough to put together a brand new gallery. Hit the jump button, put the gallery in fullscreen, and enjoy some shots of the Vancouver woods.
Volume 2 in the Life’s Hard – Summer Daze series is very much like Volume 1 in that it features a ton of ass kicking Northwest riding. I love how the trails up there all have that perfectly damp and mossy look!
The title of this video may be “Life’s Hard” but there certainly isn’t anything hard about life when you have access to spots like these on the daily. From awesome trails and concrete parks to one of the craziest backyard ramp setups I’ve seen in awhile, the Vancouver area has it going on, and this video does a great job capturing it.
Seven minutes of footage from the Kush Trails, yes please! Henry de Salengre sent over this laid back edit that he put together from three days at Kush. It looks like Summer has been treating them right up there in BC! If you missed Henry’s Kush gallery that we posted a while back then give it a look HERE.
Now that’s one hell of a title! The other week we posted a gallery giving you a look at the Kush trails up in Canada. Here’s a short video from Kush that lets you see how those beautiful lines all flow together.
The other day I got an email from Henry de Salengre that was packed with photos of Canada’s Kush Trails. I’ve posted some videos with footage from Kush before, but I really didn’t know too much about it. What I did know was that it was a place that I put on my bucket list of trails to visit. After a few chats back and forth with Henry, we decided to take the photos he sent and put them into a gallery here on the site. There isn’t a single riding shot, but I think that’s part of the beauty…
I’ve been in the woods all day so I’m a little late on posting this one. It was definitely a nice little treat to come home to after a full day of getting stuff running. I have Deluxe’s Part Deux and I’ve never seen this section before. Maybe the digital copy didn’t have the bonus part?