It could be me but during the Covid-19 times I've seen lots of trails riding happening. Of course riding trails comes with the hard work of building them but in the nature of trails riding, this can be done away from the masses. If 1,5 meter distance needs to be followed, building trails is perfect. 1) You won't have tons of people around to dig and 2) If everyone builds their own set, there's enough distance in between all people at the dirt spot. The freedom to create whatever you feel like is very attractive; you just need a shovel, some water and dirt to create a dream line.
But rain can destroy the dream quickly if the jumps are not covered up when the water comes down with buckets at a time. The Flame Trails have experienced the feat, and do now need some love again in order to make them run smoothly. The Helm Trails at the other side of town are covered up after every session and even though the heavy rain created some extra work, the Helm Trails are already back up and running.
The Mid-week session took place on a sweet summer night. Not too hot, not too windy, and when the sun went down, the condition was perfect. But that moment doesn't last long and the mosquitos also seem to favour that time of the day to look for some blood. Anyway, we shot some pics for you to enjoy. Check @helmtrails on Insta for session days/times. Well worth it.
"Vagabond Squad" is a full-length video from Canada’s Weird & Revered crew. Filmed from 2016 to 2019, the project is community rooted with a strong focus on the Edmonton BMX scene. Although a majority of the clips are from the crew’s home city, the footage spans 9 countries, 8 American states, and 4 Canadian provinces and territories.
Got out of the house on Easter Sunday to experience the emptiness of downtown San Diego with Demarcus Paul, Tyler Fernengel, Matt Mitchel, and Nathan Williams. I truly can not get over how empty the city was. Security was nice. Cops didn't care. It was undeniably abnormal.
Results WINTER NATIONALS; USA World Qualifer #1 Men Elite: 1 CORBEN SHARRAH, TUCSON, AZ 2 CAMERON WOOD, MONGOOSE BICYCLES, PEORIA, AZ 3 NIC LONG, FACTORY HYPER, LAKESIDE, CA 4 KAMREN LARSEN, BAKERSFIELD, CA 5 ANDERSON FILHO, OCOEE, FL 6 COREY REID, TANGENT, TEMPE, AZ 7 JORIS DAUDET, CORONA, CA 8 JACOB PEEBLES, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA
Women Elite: 1 BROOKE CRAIN, VISALIA, CA 2 ASHLEY VERHAGEN, FULL TILT/RADIO, PHOENIX, AZ 3 DALENY VAUGHN, 316 RACING/DK BIKES, TUCSON, AZ 4 RACHEL MYDOCK, PHOENIX, AZ 5 SOPHIA FORESTA, SOUTH JORDAN, UT 6 KAELI LIXANDRU, PHOENIX, AZ
Alec Siemon is someone you can never take seriously... his riding however is NO JOKE. Alec spent the better part of this year stacking with his good friend (and Sunday Flow homie) Justin Schual behind the VX. The end result is UNITS WORLDWIDE. You know the vibes. Enjoy.