02:02 for the first trails part at Pat Casey’s yard, and 04:18 for the second that bleeds right into the FOD part. Would have been better if the D-Man was still on the team and in it, but I guess Demolition ain’t got no love for the East Coast no more.
Thirty3 Films bringing us a look into Matt Cordova’s passion for all things with two wheels and a set of handlebars.
Even though we now live in a world of crystal clear 4k footage, grainy Super8 footage will always hold a special place in my heart. Matt Cordova broke out his 1978 Bell and Howell Super8 camera to capture session down at the FOD trails and this resulting edit is pure nostalgic magic!
My apologies for the delay! Maybe one day I’ll finally realize that I need to start the whole process of picking these out well before the end of the year rolls around. I thought I’d be able to hammer it out right at the beginning of January, but between traveling and being busy with a bunch of other stuff, I never had the time to fully devote to sitting down and giving this the attention it deserves. So, here we are, damn near the end of February and we’re just now taking a look back on what I thought were…
Those are three names that definitely grab your attention when you see them in a video title! 100% wanted to showcase their new gloves in the most stylish way possible, so they slapped them on the hands of Matt Cordova, Nathan Sykes and Larry Edgar, and let them loose on F.O.D. and Pinter’s Trails. Now the question I have is if those things can hold up to digging or the palm saturating humidity we’ve been dealing with here on the East Coast?
Matt Cordova and Nathan Sykes bring a good mix of style and tricks to F.O.D., Bundy and Wetlands in this latest edit in DIG’s “DIG Trails” series. It’s always a treat watching these guys roast their local spots but I can’t help but want to see what they would bring to some East Coast trails.
Matt Cordova and Mike Murfitt slam a bunch of high octane Oskar Blues Ten Fidys and then proceed to tear the REEB Ranch West a new one! FYI, I can only guarantee the second half of that statement to be true.
Matt Cordova takes it to all terrains in this promo for his new signature Demolition MC seat, but 02:52 is where you’ll want to head to get to the one that matters around here!
Intel has been using BMX pretty heavy as a vessel to test/promote their new Curie Module. What the hell is that you ask! It’s a six-axis sensor that combines accelerometers and gyroscopes to give you data such as speed, height, air time, and even the rotation of a tricks. From what I can gather, you would strap this thing to your bike and then access the data after your session (or possibly during with a phone). My question is if that’s really necessary? It might be kind of cool to know how fast or how high you were going, but…
This time of year always brings news of sponsorship changes and shakeups. I’m sure this one won’t set the internet on fire with the same ferocity as the news that Chase Hawk was cut from Odyssey, but it is worth mentioning. 2016 is looking good for Matt Cordova, as he’s gotten the bump up to the Demolition pro team (I can’t believe / had no idea he wasn’t on the pro team in the first place) and also found a spot on SE Bikes’ team of stylish West Coast riders. Definitely looking forward to seeing more from him this year!