I was very excited to wake up and see that Joe had posted his interview with transfer master and photographer extraordinaire Rob Dolecki. Having known Rob for the better part of two decades, I’ve been anxiously waiting for this one! I’m going to see if I can fly under the radar here at work so that I can give it a listen. Hopefully you won’t have to be quite as covert as me while you do the same!
I’m not going to waste your time here. Just hit play on this amazing piece that Rob Dolecki and DIG put together on the trails shaman, Jay Lonergan.
Here’s something I couldn’t be more excited to get my hands on! DIG Issue 99.5 is a 164 page high quality large format limited edition book that marks their first print release since returning to their independent publishing roots. Of course I can’t wait to check out Rob Dolecki’s “Ode to Posh” and the unseen photos from him and a host of other DIG photographers, but I’m also just a excited to see/read all of the other content they’ve included. You’ll find the rundown of just what that is below, and you can get your hands on a copy HERE…
Clint Reynolds’ “Fascist Killing Machine” is the subject of the latest DIG Setups. Along with the bike check we also get a little interview that contains a few tantalizing bits of info. Credence grips, even bigger bars, and the possibility of a Credence tire! Head on over to DIG for the bike check and the full scoop!
I had no idea how much you guys liked this top 10 trails web edits thing until emails started pouring in over the last couple weeks asking if I was going to be doing it this year! Truth be told, I’ve been nibbling away at it since the beginning of the month but all the traveling that I’ve also been doing slowed things down a bit. It’s always a pretty tough job putting this list together, but this year was the toughest yet. After going back through 2015’s videos I ended up with a “short list” of a few dozen…
Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all aren’t too hungover from all the celebrating that was going on last night. Post are going to be a little slow for the next few days because the internet where I am is pretty spotty. I’ll be back up to speed next week and you can look forward to our annual roundup of the top ten trails web edits from the last year. All that said, here’s our first flashback post of 2016, and it’s a good one if I do say so myself! This coverage of the jams at Baker’s Acres…
Dig’s coverage of the Catty and Posh Halls of Weenies Jam, as filmed and edited by Mr. Rob Dolecki. Sorry for the brief description, I got to get out to the words and get some things done while there’s still daylight!
This is the first episode I’ve posted of the Wheels of Confussion web series that FBM has been doing over on Epic TV. Not to take away anything from the other episodes, but this is the first one from the trails. Join them as the crew makes a stop at Catty for some fun in the woods on their bikes and behind the grill.
Dolecki put together a great piece to accompany Mutiny‘s Catasaqua edit that dropped yesterday. I HIGHLY suggest that you head over to the Dig site for some words, photos, and interviews with Robbo, Roey, and Andy that help to put an exclamation point on this amazing project.
The TRA Double Cross went down over the weekend and it was an absolute blast. I’ll share more of my thoughts on the event in a later post, but for now make your way over to DIG for some words and photos from Dolecki.