Red Bull is once again bringing Berm Burners back to the Dominion Riverrock Festival in Richmond, Virginia. May 21st and 22nd are the dates, with the pro race going down the first day, and the am race the second. Registration is open now, and you can get signed up and get all the details and schedule info HERE. And oh yeah, Steve Crandall and Mark Potoczny will be handling the mic duties this year. Be prepared to be heckled relentlessly!
Taking it back about eight years or so to the After Dark Trail Jam that Square One threw at the Potoczny Compound with the help of Red Bull. Who thinks that the next Welcome Jam should have lights so that the riding can go on into the night? It would probably be a drunken debacle, but it damn sure would be entertaining!
X Games brings us this look at the spots Chris Doyle frequents when he’s home and not out clicking those signature 360 turndowns somewhere else in the world. He gets things rolling with a Monroeville session, escapes the rain at The Wheel Mill, and finishes things off at Boyce. I don’t know if it was my aging Macbook or just the usual Comcast fuckery, but the ESPN player was super buggy for me. I seriously felt like I was watching a Max Headroom rerun or something. Hopefully it will work a bit better for you! It also seems to not…
I can’t even believe Clint Reynolds got burned by the berm at the Pittsburgh stop of Red Bull’s Berm Burners. Try saying that five times fast! I also got to take a second to call out Mark Potoczny out for trying to jump the gate! That easily could have been another OTB right there! Good to see him back on his bike though! Spotted on PSBMX
I was starting to think that Mark Potoczny must have lost his GoPro or something! Glad to see that’s not the case and that he’s back with another POV. North Carolina’s GMG Trails get the Mark Potoczny point of view this time with two runs tailing his brother Mike and Corey Zell.
Jäunt’s Mike Potoczny and Deluxe’s Mark Potoczny pretty much stay on the move exploring the world. Their latest trip overseas landed them in what is quickly becoming quite the hot BMX travel spot, New Zealand. Hit play and join them on their adventure as they take in and experience the trails, parks, and beauty the country has to offer.
Cruise on over to Back Bone for some photos from the D.A.N.E. Jam shot by Kurt Teague & Brendan Jones. Looks like even Mark Potoczny made it over for the festivities!
There were a lot of people out filming the TRA Double Cross, including Elevated Visuals‘ Troy Zeigler. It may have taken him a little bit to get this edit finished up but I look at it as a welcome reminder of how great the event was.
You’re going to be seeing a lot from this past weekend’s TRA Double Cross event. I’ve been to literally a shit ton of BMX events in my lifetime and I can honestly say that this was one of the best ones ever. I’ve been on the road since Double Cross but once I get settled in down here in Asheville I’ll hit you with my own little write up on the event. For now though here’s a run through the course with Deluxe‘s Mark Potoczny and Jeremy Ball.
I’m trying to decide what’s funnier, Mark going for a swim or the itsy bitsy little baby bars he is running in his old Props bio.