The manual lines that Satoski does in here are alone worth another watch!
Satoski Enda coming through with a new edit that gives us a look back to 2009 at his favorite line at his old spot, and a look at his favorite line at his present day spot, the Backhoe line at the Crow Trails. They both look like an absolute blast to me, and Satoski rips the hell out of them. Oh, and I shouldn’t even have to tell you that there’s some wild crawfish manual lines thrown in the mix!
My internet connection seems to be holding strong for the time being so I’m going to get this flashback post up before it shits out again! This is the B-Town Trails Warriors section from the Dying Breed DVD that Satoski put together way back when. Can’t go wrong with some Posh footage, no matter what the year! Maybe we’ll see another video from him sometime in the future. I hear he may just have something new in the works!
Relic just got the weekend fired up right and proper with this shit! Stoked on that little tribute to the OG Crawfish Master, Satoski Enda that Clint fires off at 02:18!
Jacob Dyke joined me last week for a much needed trip to Posh to knock the cobwebs off from a season of not being able to ride much. He brought along a borrowed Sony RX100 IV and holy shit was the footage that little thing shot amazing. Here’s a little sampling of it that he spun together into a quick edit.
Flashing back a good eight years or so to an edit from one of my favorite persons on Instagram, Satoshi Enda, aka Satoski, aka Trailswarrior! Ride like a crawfish!
Last summer a heavy crew from the Northwest descended upon Posh and Catty and joined in with some other out-of-towners already there enjoying the well-grooved PA clay. Unfortunately the weather took a turn for the worse very shortly after this, but at least they were able to get a couple solid days in before it did.
The Crow Trails make an appearance in this second edit from Kage Kono’s trip to Japan, as does a very bizarre live J-Pop performance in a Tower Records (I guess those still exist over there). As someone who is somewhat obsessed with visiting Japan at some point in their life, I gladly watched the whole thing. You though are free to jump ahead to 02:14 if the trails are the only thing that piques your interest.
Two from the Crow Trails’ Backhoe line in less than a week! This one is an excerpt from a documentary in the works about Satoski and the trails called “Crow Chronicle.” I’m really looking forward to seeing the finished product!
The Backhoe line at the Crow Trails looks like an absolute blast! I sure as hell wouldn’t want to bail on it though!