The Friday the 13th weekend is looking to be a busy one filled with all sorts of stuff to get into. The annual Halloween Jams at Catty and Posh will be going on in PA, and down south in Richmond, Virginia FBM has a full weekend of activities planned. Starting on the night of Friday the 13th there will be a party at Wonderland with live bands. Saturday they’re having a vintage bike show and bring your own ramp jam at Powers Bike Shop that will feature the Ghetto King of Vert high air/best trick contest judged by none other…
Considerably more grammatically correct than the “Trails is Shouting” shirts of yesteryear, Powers Bike Shop (who interestingly enough have built a shop brand off of a grammatically incorrect name) now have these new Clash influenced “Trails are Calling” shirts available from their online store. Pick one up, pencil in an apostrophe after that s in Powers and you’ll be all good!
The Powers Bike Shop crew got the chance to check out the new Louisville Mega Cavern jumps a few weeks back and they did a little filming while they were down there. This place has a lot of people talking and I foresee some trips to Louisville getting added to more than a few agendas this winter. Not to take away from the place or anything but I can’t help but wonder what the result would have been had they brought in some trail builders like Dave King or Adam Aloise.
This is Ricky Moseley’s signature matte water colorway that Profile is working on, and surprisingly I don’t hate it. It won’t be available until spring and quantities will be very limited, but you can preorder them now if you holler at our friends over at Powers Bike Shop!
This year I finally made it to Long Island but the one set of trails I didn’t get to was Panamoka. My buddy Chad from Powers Bike Shop made it a little further down the LIE than I did and was rewarded with a solid Moka session.