This section of the DVD has a unique mix of riders ripping trails and concrete. Featuring: Denis Mowgly, Mark Mulville, Brandan “Punjab” Pundai, Chris Doyle, Ryan Melia, Isaac Hoefling, Gary Young, Alex Magallan, Kevin Porter, and Chase Zink.
Unfortunately this day doesn’t include trails, but hey that’s the way it goes sometimes. At least we get to see Mark’s rad new signature shirt!
Mark’s ninja like skills earned him a well deserved spot in the finals of this years Texas Toast. Here’s a little highlight video from Subrosa showing you some of the maneuvers that landed him in 5th place.
If you somehow missed it earlier this week!
Not in a million years would I have guessed that Mark’s favorite line at the Wheel Mill would be in the Woods Jump Room.
I’ve seen, been to, and even entered a pretty good number of dirt contest in my day, but I have to say that this year’s contest at Texas Toast was by far the best! You could feel the energy in the air, and almost every rider had a huge smile on their face during their runs. With all the rain that they got beforehand it was an absolute miracle that the contest even happened. Hats off to Clint, Matty, Will, and the rest of the dudes who built the course and managed to salvage it from the deluge of rain. I’m already looking forward to next year’s Toast and I’d highly recommend that you plan on being there. Our buddy Geo Jenkins put together this edit of the highlights from the dirt finals. If it doesn’t motivate you to get down there next year then you should probably go ahead and get yourself a bar of wax and go join the rest of the ledge monkeys.
The Credence Ring the Bell Challenge was the first thing to go down on the dirt jumps here at Texas Toast. It’s a miracle people were going as high as they were considering how slow the jumps were running!