Flashback: Hitler

I had my flashback post for this week all picked out and ready to go but then Schwartz reminded me of this gem from the Clint and the Eastside Crew. I don’t know what’s the best part of this, the riding, Tom Dugan looking like he’s never used a shovel before, or the ball breaking he receives for not being able to use said shovel properly.

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La Source Jam 2015

Hell yeah, I’ve been anxiously waiting for an edit from the La Source Jam! I expect there to be a few more of these, but here’s the first one to the gate. Did I spot Draper doing a walk of shame?

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Flashback: Sunday Trail Squad Trip

I’m not sure how much I’ll be able to update the site over the weekend so I wanted with leave you with a longer flashback. Sunday’s Trail Squad has long since been disbanded and their trails oriented frames and completes are also a thing of the past, but at least they left us with this edit from their time in our world.

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Flashback: Scot Draper – 2005?

I’ve only had the chance to ride with Scot a handful of times, but he’s definitely one of my favorite people to take some laps with. Here’s a flashback to around 2005 or so that has a good bit of Minersville footage in it.

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Scot Draper North by Northwest

Sunday just dropped Trail Squad member Scot Draper’s first ever web edit. I heard Scot was stressing on it, but I don’t think there’s anything to worry about because it came out awesome. Looks like he even learned a few new moves while he was up at Windells Camp building jumps!

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Still Waters Run Deep

“Press Rewind”, “Flashback Friday”, Throwback Thursday, it seems like everyone is diggin’ in the crates these days. Well what about “Wayback Wednesday”? I don’t think we are going to get into the habit of doing stuff like that, but I did come across this circa 2003 trail mix featuring Scot Draper, Brian Yeagle, Chase Hawk, The Maniac, Brian Foster, Craig Kleckner, Tony Cardona, and many more. 2003 was a damn good year for trails (for me at least), and this edit has tons of footage of my favorite spot of all time, Minersville.

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