Well this sure isn’t bad for just a bunch of footage Jeremy Deme had sitting around with no home!
My heart goes out to all the trail builders down in Texas that have been dealing with crazy rains and flooding. The pictures that have been popping up on social media are hard to even look at. The ones above are from Graveyard and 9th Street, but I can tell you that Eastside and Tejano aren’t looking much better. I imagine that Red Box, Hush, and Ant Hills also look about the same. As bad as things are, I know the crews down there will get things sorted out and have the trails running better than ever. That’s the thing…
Brandon talks about moving to Austin and what it’s like having the X Games being held in his new place of residency. There’s also a good bit of shredding going on in here from Red Box, aka The Shoveldick Trails. On a side note, I didn’t realize that Clint Reynolds was riding in X Games dirt. That’s pretty fucking rad!
Ah a day in the life of Chase Hawk. Actually quite a bit more productive than I would have thought. Feel free to watch the whole thing, but just so you know, he doesn’t make it to Red Box until the 05:50 mark.
Stumbled across this little POV vid featuring a few trails around Austin.
Hell and yeah! Mark has The Wolf Brand back in full operation, so of course an edit was inevitable.
I watch all of the videos that the Gnarnia Crew put out regardless of if I think they are going to have trails in them or not. For some reason I wasn’t expecting there to be any trails here, so it was a pleasant surprise when the Bird Man (aka Braeden Mathieu) started flowing through 9th Street and Red Box. This kid is fucking rad and kills it on all terrains! Sort of reminds me of a young Chase Hawk.
Scott rides a bit of everything in here and rides it like a fucking man! The whole thing is worth watching, but if you just want to see him at the trails then skip to 0:44. Spotted on Gnarnia
Got a new one from the Gnarnia Crew and it’s all trails! Jordan Brown was in town so him and Brandon Barto got together at Red Box to film this edit. One thing I always look forward to with the Gnarnia edits is the music they choose to use. You would think these guys are a lot older than they are by the music they pick out.