GetaBMX coming through with an edit from the final session at the Woodwardle Trails! As much as I like seeing more footage from the place, it’s bumming me out even more that it’s gone. That place was truly a gem.
It’s with a heavy heart that I deliver the news that the Woodwardle Trails are no more. In a scenario that we’ve seen all too many times, the landowner became worried about liability and decided that the trails had to go. Pour one out for Martin, Matthew, Chris and everyone else who helped create one of the most unique sets of trails ever. After you get done watching Dig Ger’s raw video up above, you can check out a collection of Woodwardle edits from over the years HERE.
As much as I liked the Woodwardle POV edit that came out last week, I was really hoping we would see a non-POV edit from the place before season’s end. The wait wasn’t long because chillin’ in my inbox this morning was this gem of an edit featuring Martin, Matt and Chris cruising the place. Definitely check out the POV edit below if you missed it! It will give you some more perspective as to just how wild the spot is.
Though the video quality isn’t the best, this POV still gives you a really good look at what Martin, Matt and Chris have going on in the woods they call WoodWardle. Good luck finding your way through those lines without a local showing you the way first!
The WoodWardle Trails sure have developed into quite the rippin’ spot over the past few years! I’m actually surprised that you don’t see more people riding there. It’s definitely on the list of places that I’d like to check out if I ever made it over to the UK.
We don’t see enough of the Woodwardle Trails! Martin and the boys have a good thing going on out there and the place looks better every time a bit of footage pops up.
Enjoy a little serenading from John Mayer as you watch the boys from Woodwardle do their thing.
I first saw the Woodwardle Trails back in December, and the edit left me wanting to see them in better quality. Well hallelujah, my prayers were answered!
Here’s a POV tour of the WoodWardle trails courtesy of the man himself, Martin Wardle. This place looks like a ton of fun!