Red Bull Quarter Master

I was putting my money on Morgan taking the win at Red Bull’s Quarter Master but in the end it was Hucker who went the highest. Kurt and I were joking around the other day about how much money it would take for one of us to hit that thing at full speed (brakes removed so you can’t bitch out). I think I settled on 10k plus medical expenses.

Decoy Jam 2014

Never in a million years did I ever think that I’d be watching a trails edit with a Salt-N-Pepa soundtrack! I’m not going to bullshit you, I got instantly hyped up as soon as I heard that first “heeeeyyyyyy, yeah.” To tell you the truth, the song worked perfectly with the vibe of this year’s Decoy Jam. Nothing but good times and smiles out there!

Raditudes – Episode 6

So pretty much each new episode of Raditudes becomes my new favorite. This one certainly has and with good reason. The first half of it is all trails and Hucker getting loose with his drone. By loose I mean flying it directly into Navaz’s face! The second half catches up with Anthony at the Goodwood Festival in the UK. It’s contest footage but it’s super low key and Doyle and Kye Forte are all up in there.

Red Bull – Quarter Master 2014

Not only is Red Bull’s Quarter Master back, it’s back even bigger than it was before. Oh and did I mention that Bas will be joined by Morgan Wade, Corey Bohan, Tom Dugan, Hucker, Ruben, Roey, and more this time around. This shit is going to be nuts! I can’t wait to see what Morgan does on this thing!

Raditudes – Episode 5

This very well may be my favorite episode of Raditudes yet. The F.O.D. Trails section that Navaz put together for it is absolutely amazing. I love the East Coast but this definitely has me missing those Cali sunset sessions. The episode starts off with Anthony at that crazy SMP Park in China and Hucker skydiving but you can jump to 04:21 to get straight to the good stuff.

Sheep Herding With Kris Fox And Hucker

Demolition has a really good interview up with Hucker and Kris Fox where they talk about the influence Sheep Hills has had on them. I usually tend to think negatively when I think about Sheep. It's kind of hard not to when you've grown up on the East Coast with the best trails in the world. This gives a cool perspective on what it was like being a kid when Sheep was in its heyday. Putting the chrome pitting moon dust, homeless tweakers, RC car photo shoots, and god knows what other ridiculousness that has occurred out there aside, it must have been pretty awesome to have gone there as a kid. Head on over to Demolition to check out the interview and photo gallery.

Sheep Hills Jam 2014

It’s been something like seven or eight years since I last went to Sheep Hills. Disrepair doesn’t even come close to adequately describing the condition it was in last time I was there. I’m glad to see that the place is slowly but surely being whipped back into shape (well as in shape as that moon dirt will allow).