Don't you have your own riding spot at the house?
Terry Adams: Yes, I normally Ride in my garage so not much has changed. It’s the perfect size and surface for me.
You went in the city when practically no one was around. How did that feel?
Terry Adams: It was pretty surreal to pedal down those streets knowing how packed they usually are. It felt like I was in a video game actually. All the spots had enough space for a few tricks so it was so dope to grab some photos that would normally be a challenge with tons of people.
How many people normally walk around at the crossing of Canal Street and S Peters?
Terry Adams: Normally there’s people everywhere. Other times I’ve filmed or shot any photos in that spot It was challenge just to not get hit by a car. So it was very different.
Was security on a break as well?
Terry Adams: Seems like the city is trying to promote everyone to stay active and just stay socially distanced at the same time so everything was all good!
You came back with a bunch of unique photos to remind you on Covid-19 in 2020. How has the virus affected your area?
Terry Adams: Everyone in my area has just been on high alert. Lots of business’ had to shut their doors, but thankfully everything is slowly getting back to normal over my way.
Are you riding heavily as before now that a lot of the contests are postponed?
Terry Adams: I'd say I’m riding more than ever. If I’m not riding more, I’m definitely riding “smarter” trying to stay healthy and focus on cleaning up my riding.
What is it that you really miss?
Terry Adams: I miss seeing my BMX buddies in person. That first live event back is gonna be awesome!
When are we going back to normal you think?
Terry Adams: I’m not sure, I just want to encourage everyone to stay positive and keep pushing forward. Things will eventually get back, so just be mentally strong and try to spread the good vibes!
Photos by Justen Williams / Red Bull Photofiles