The rain held off for most of the day and the 3rd annual The Battle of Gillies Creek went down in Richmond this past weekend. It was rad to see all the new stuff they’ve been working on since becoming legal. The new pump track wasn’t quite running, but I’m sure it’s going to get a whole new wave of people stoked on trails when it gets going. Hats off to Kitt and the crew down there for kicking ass! Puck has some photos from the day over on Least Most that you can check out HERE.
You’re in luck if you want to see a collection of awesome photos of some FBM Steadfast frames being shredded out west, because Brian Barnhart has a photo gallery up on Least Most of just that. Click HERE to get into it!
Listen up if you are or are going to be anywhere near Richmond, VA this afternoon! There’s a “visioning session” with the city from 5-6pm at Gillies Trails that is an opportunity for the public to discuss the future of the trails and what they would like to see out of them. With the trails recently becoming recognized and legal with the city of Richmond, the local chapter of MORE (The Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts) has become involved with them. There have been some rumblings that MORE’s vision for Gillies is different than the vision of the crew currently building and…
We didn’t make it down to Richmond for The Battle At Gillies Creek, rather we spent Sunday getting our trails headed in the right direction to being ridable before mid-summer. I am bummed I didn’t get to see everybody, but at least I and everyone else who didn’t go can live the fun through their computer screen via the photo gallery Crandall posted on Least Most. Check it out HERE!
Get over to The Least Most and check out the Winter Welcome Jam photo gallery! So many rad shots in there!