It’s from Tall Order so of course it’s vloggy as all hell, but if you can ignore that aspect of it, it’s essentially 17 minutes of Woodyard footage!
00:38 and 08:17 are are the times you want to remember/jump to in this latest Tall Order webisode. The first one is a bit of hilarity as some tweaker takes himself out by running into a pedestrian on the Hermosa Beach Pier. The second is a HEATED session at the Oakley Trails with Corey Bohan, Chris Doyle, Clint Reynolds, Anthony Napolitan and Sergio Layos!
Hopefully you’ve gone ahead and watched the previous Trails and Wales webisodes. If not, jump back a post and take them in. This fourth and final one definitely deserves its own separate post though. The Tall Order crew wraps up their trip with a session at the legendary Woodyard Trails. Poor Oli stressing over riding trails had me cracking up. Glad to see he nutted up and got those tires dirty. I’m sure seeing that huge crew of dudes having a blast riding the place helped him along a little bit!
Sunday’s are usually pretty sleepy around here content wise but Tall Order decided to liven things up with their latest webisode featuring Corey Bohan and Matt Harris riding Sidley Woods. This is part one of four following the crew on a little team trip. You’ll find the next two parts below, but part four will be getting its own post.
Tall Order keeps cranking out the webisodes! This one is definitely a lot more heavy on the riding than the past three. You got some park, some pump track action, some more park, and then finally some trails. 16:35 is where you’ll find Baz and the team at the Abbey Trails. The pump track part at 09:59 is also pretty entertaining.
Just a couple weeks after announcing the brand, Sebastian Keep brings us a new Tall Order webisode that follows him as he travels to Taiwan to visit the factories that will be producing their goods. I don’t know that BMX has ever had such an inside look at a new brand being born. I do know a lot of you out there are die hard fans of American manufacturing (me included), but this is actually a pretty interesting look at the inner workings things on the Taiwanese side of production. You also get some peeks here and there of parts…
There was a time not all that long ago where it seemed like a new BMX “brand” was popping up almost every week. Things have definitely slowed down quite a bit since then, and now a new brand being started is once again something that is newsworthy, especially when Sebastian “Bas” Keep is on the one behind it. Tall Order BMX is what he’s calling it, and the direction of the company is going to be aimed towards riding transitions. Of course that includes trails, and Bas has added Kaz Campbell, David Gilchrist and none other than Corey Bohan to…