Disregard the first thirty seconds of video game ramp tricks and you get two minutes and forty-five seconds of video game dirt tricks. Pat’s new backyard trails sure do look pretty fun. I wonder who built them?
I heard Adam Aloise talking about this event the other week at Dreamline. He was headed straight from NC to Vegas to build the course, and my curiosity was piqued as to what it was going to be all about. I couldn’t really wrap my brain around how a contest based on speed and style… Continue reading Monster Speed & Style
If there’s one thing Southern California is good for, it’s for creating some ideal lighting conditions. There’s just something about how the sun light filters through the smoke and smog that’s just oh so beautiful. Ben Wallace powered up with a Monster Energy beverage and then hit up the trail boss of all trail bosses… Continue reading The Golden Hour
Oh, now I see how Ben Wallace was able to walk away with second place at Vans Kill the Line. He showed up a few days early to get everything dialed in. Just kidding! That dude is a machine. He could have probably showed up right before his runs started and done just as well.… Continue reading Ben Wallace @ Peynier
Well Leandro needs to do some dirt comps in the U.S.! Flip Double whips! The turndown transfer in-between the lines was my favorite clip. The jumps look awesome, nice and lofty. Via Monster
There’s a little more trickery in here than I usually care to post but I love seeing footage from both the Continental Trails and the Caracas Trails. Leandro has all the “big” tricks down and has no problem firing them out at will for his Monster edit.