Tag along with Cosmic Rumble’s Jett Man, Dylan Lewis and Tama Lewis as they road trip to Canberra for New Years. Things get rollin’ with a heavy cliff jumping session before the boys turn their attention to the concrete and soil of the A.C.T. The trails part of this starts right around the three minute mark, but it’s definitely worth watching the whole way through to see these dudes slaying some bowls!
Bumping Tama Lewis’ badass Cosmic Rumble edit back up to the top for another watch is an absolute no-brainer!
I’ve seen a couple of clips of Tama here and there but never a full edit from the younger Lewis. After seeing how hard both he and his older brother Dylan rip the woods and concrete, I’m going to have to go ahead and call them the Australian version of the Ginches!
Jonny Mackellar’s latest shredit definitely deserves a bump back up to the top!
Jonny Mackellar has been steadily climbing up towards the top of my list of favorite riders to watch, and this edit of him ripping Hillfire and Snakewoods that Tama Lewis put together has done nothing but accelerate that climb!
Taking a quick break from stirring the BMX racing pot to re-up James Fox’s edit from the Snakewoods Last Call Jam. Usually I hate edits that don’t get straight on to it with the riding, but the intro in this one is priceless. It’s exactly what I would expect from the Snakewoods Crew. I just wish I had the backstory on why that poor guy was grazing like a cow! I feel he must have lost some kind of bet.
I’ve been waiting for James Fox’s edit from the Snakewoods Last Call Jam to drop and it definitely didn’t disappoint one bit! As much of a bummer as it is that the end is near for Snakewoods, I’m glad that they were able to send the place off in such a proper fashion! Last clip is seriously one of the craziest things I’ve seen in a long time!
This collection of raw footage that Steven Jackson put together is the first thing that I’ve come across from Snakewoods’ Last Call Jam. I love that it’s raw because it really gets across the whole vibe of the jam. It’s also cool to see just how many people came together for one last shindig there.
I’ve had Dylan’s Mutiny edit stuck in my head ever since it dropped a week ago. At this point in my life I feel pretty disconnected from the majority of BMX. Occasionally I’ll watch an edit that isn’t trails and I often find myself wondering how people are even remotely stoked when they watch stuff like that. He put his peg on the ledge and then lifted up and put his other peg on the other side of the ledge… Ok then, I guess whatever floats your boat. Seeing that does absolutely nothing for me now as a 35 year…
I was about to walk out the door to head to the trails but I got stopped dead in my tracks when I noticed that Dylan Lewis’ new Mutiny edit had dropped. Now usually I skip around when an edit isn’t all trails, but when it’s Dylan Lewis I watch that shit straight through from start to finish. Of course there’s plenty of Snakewoods in here, but there’s also some ridiculous blasting of concrete going on. I don’t even understand that last trick!