For some reason I’ve gotten into the habit of doing most of my new jump testing solo. It makes things a bit nerve-racking, but as stressful as it is, I’m sure it’s nothing compared to testing new stuff out at H-Wood. Rock-paper-scissors is definitely the way to go as far as determining who gets to be the guinea pig. Protoz got the honors of testing out the new Dykye Out jump first, but Tom and Popple weren’t far behind. Via Vinyl
Tom just put the whole Vinyl “LP” video online! How’s that for some weekend viewing material!
Well today is kind of a sad day. Here’s the final section of Vinyl’s “LP” DVD. At least it goes out with a bang though! I’ve probably seen this section close to 20 times and Tom Dillon get squirrely through that channel still makes me cringe.
Seriously, this section is so good! Clint riding in an adult onesie is just icing on the cake!
You’ll have to wait till 01:33 for Wert to get the the trails but it’s well worth it!
Colorado, what can I say about it. I’ve been to a lot of places in my 33 years but nowhere that has had the same feel of freedom that Colorado has. Tom and the Vinyl dudes headed out there earlier this year and what a trip it must have been. Incredible parks and ripping trails all set amongst an almost unbelievable backdrop. This edit does an incredible job of capturing all of the awesomeness that is Colorado!
I love this section from Vinyl‘s “LP” DVD! It does such a good job of capturing the good times of the trails and roasting them with friends. Now if only this winter will hurry up and be over with so we can get back to those good times!
Another week, another section from Vinyl‘s “LP” DVD! This time it’s Mark Potoczny’s part, and in my opinion it has the biggest banger in the whole video!
I was really hoping Tom would write his own description for his Vinyl “LP” part. Personally I thought it would be hilarious if he did it in the third person, but since he didn’t like that idea the job falls on me. Tom is tall, but unlike Barspinner Ryan he doesn’t look completely goofy riding a little kid’s bike. As a matter of fact he actually looks pretty good riding one, that is if you can look past the fact that his bars are in a position that young children in Chicago dream of. Seriously though, Tom’s part is one of my favorites in the video. The French trails he rides in it are absolutely amazing, and his local spot back here in the states isn’t too bad either.
Check out the other sections from Vinyl’s “LP” DVD on the Designated Page Tom set up!