Sorry I’ve been slaking on the flashback post lately. Hopefully this gem from the NW will get me back in your good graces!
The looming destruction of yet another legendary set of trails got me to thinking about others we’ve lost in the last few years. I was always in awe of Lynnwood; the big moss covered jumps, the sweeping berms, the dense forest canopy that covered the place, it was everything that came to mind when I… Continue reading Flashback: Dan Closser – Lynnwood R.I.P.
The Mukilteo Trails are in danger and the locals need all of our help to save them. Mukilteo sprouted up after the demise of the infamous Lynnwood Trails, and just five minutes North. The scene already took a huge hit with the destruction of Lynnwood, and the last thing they need is to be set… Continue reading Help Save The Mukilteo Trails!
This video may be titled “LynnWood Scraps” but there is nothing scrappy about it. It’s a solid two minutes of footage from an amazing spot that is no longer with us. I really wish I could have ridden this place.
Kagen Doyle’s Diamondback edit is definitely a little more street heavy than things that normally get posted here. Here’s the thing though. There are clips of Lynnwood peppered throughout all that street madness. Unfortunately it’s more than likely the last unseen footage that we’ll ever see from there.
I really like seeing these time lapses of shit getting built. It’s interesting to watch other people’s techniques and to see how they bring everything together. Here’s one of Dan Closser redoing a lip from start to first track.
“The times we have in the woods with our tools, bikes, and friends are sacred. Here is to the Lynnwood Crew, this wouldn’t have been possible without you. Much love…” -DRC RIP Lynnwood Via S&M
You know it’s kind of crazy the amount of time and work we put into spots knowing that any day the wrong person could stumble across them and it all be over. Unfortunately the hammer fell on the Lynnwood trails earlier this Fall, and just like that another legendary set of trails was gone. Here’s… Continue reading Lynnwood Trails RIP