While the majority of this video from SOUL’s Canette Life Tour consist of park and street stuff, there is about 30 seconds of serious trails shreddage towards the begining, (00:49). That berm to berm to berm line was definitely sick!
SOUL’s coverage from the annual jam at the spot of my dreams. Carving snake runs and roasting dubs all in one place…does it really get any better than that? Who wants to go to France with me next year?
The La Source Jam very well may be the best possible time you can have in the woods. It doesn’t even seem to matter if you’re riding or not. The trails are legendary, the music is cranked, food is in abundance, and every single person there is completely stoked. Doesn’t get much better than that! Spotted on Soul
Soul put together a cool gallery of trails inspired t-shirts that they saw people wearing at the La Source Jam last weekend. It’s especially cool to see that someone was rockin’ a Dig or Die shirt! Thanks to whoever that was! I own a majority of the shirts that they captured, but there’s a few in there I’m going to need to track down for the ol’ collection. Check out the gallery HERE!
I saw this Justin Fouque edit from Soul posted around yesterday but it didn’t even occur to me that there might be some trails in it. Something told me to check it this morning and sure enough there’s a minute long section from Peynier and El Cable. 00:38 is where it kicks in!
Hooray! Jem’s Soul edit is now embeddable!
Tricked you, clicking play on that isn’t going to get you anywhere. It’s just a screen shot since Jem’s new edit isn’t embeddable just yet. I definitely urge you to head over to Soul right now and watch it! It’s a doozy!
First off, Bibi makes an appearance in here. Second, the last clip very well may be the craziest thing I’ve ever seen in a jam edit. What was dude thinking?! Spotted on Soul.
The dirt at these trails reminds me of stuff we used to riding back in the day. It’s funny how times change! Back then you wouldn’t think twice if you found a potential spot for trails and this is the dirt it had. These days if you don’t hit clay you keep it moving. Via Soul
Soul BMX Mag dropped a really good interview with Steve Crandall, aka Crandaddy, or as I like to call him Crangela. He touches on a lot of subjects including the past, present, and future of FBM. One thing that really caught my attention was when he talked about some of the innovations FBM has brought to BMX. It was a good reminder that FBM was responsible some of the things we take for granted on frames today! Head over to Soul’s site and give it a read!