Been meaning to bump Jonny’s welcome to S&M edit back up to the top for a while now. You definitely won’t regret giving it another watch or two!
What more can I say about Jonny that I haven’t said already? There’s nobody out there more BMX than he is, and nobody more deserving of a spot on the S&M squad than him. It should go without saying that Jonny slays it in his Welcome to S&M edit, but I can’t go without mentioning James Fox’s work behind the lens. If anyone out there needs a lesson on how to tastefully work drone footage into an edit, watch this and take notes!
Tempered’s “Vegetable Television” is their spot to unload all their b-roll, alternate angles and unused clips. This one right here just so happens to be all of the leftovers from Jonny Mackellar’s welcome to the team edit that came out a couple months ago. Give it a watch and then refresh yourself with what did make it into the edit below.
It doesn’t matter that this footage is two years old; whether it was shot yesterday or years back, any footage from Snakewoods is guaranteed to be a treat! I’m actually glad that Nitai Whitehurst just got around to making an edit out of this because it made for a damn fine start to the week.
Give this James Fox edit of Jonny Mackellar and Dylan Lewis ripping the shit out of Snakewoods a rewatch and you’ll be stoked up and ready to shred the fuck out of whatever jam you’re headed to this weekend!
There’s nothing I could say that would possibly add more value to this than what the title does on its own. Two of Australia’s raddest dudes showing what a typical weekend at Snakewoods looks like for them, thank you James Fox for making this one happen!
A little weekend motivation courtesy of Snakewoods!
With the future of the spot being uncertain, the boys of Snakewoods are running every session like it could be the last. Here’s some raw footage that Dale Watson pieced together from the madness of last weekend. Just wait till you see the Dylan Lewis bail!
Only one Patches was harmed in the making of this Snakewoods edit!
Anything with Snakewoods in it automatically deserves another watch!