It’s about time we had a proper trails edit come through!
I guess you can say that the Fingers Crossed prototypes have been going through some proper testing.
The cat is “officially” out of the bag!
Quite the launch video for Fabio Wibmer’s new brand!
A rad mashup of MTB and BMX featuring Sergio Layos, Edgar Carballo and Iago Garay on the volcanic island of Tenerife!
Pretty much no way this wasn’t going to be awesome!
Attention all you cheap bastards who didn’t want to shell out the three bucks to see it a few months ago.
Whether dirt, crete, or wood, no transition is safe from these guys.
Jammin’ down in Oz!
The Belgium boys ripping their home turf that is the MX Trails!
Great to see Tom back on it with new Vinyl projects!
The woods of PA from the perspective of Jess Grinager.
FRIDAY, FRIDAY, FRIDAY!
Don’t let the wee bit of street in the beginning fool you, it’s pretty much straight SLC trails an concrete after that.
From the state going from being absolutely crippled by snow and ice to having perfect jam conditions a few weeks later; Texas is a wild place!
Over a year of Brazilian bowl flowage executed by Cauan Madona that’s been condensed down to a digestible eight minutes. Second to last trick is one of the wildest looking things I’ve ever seen!
Get amongst them!
Always stoked on American made parts, especially when it’s a company like Solid Bikes making them!
I just wouldn’t feel right unless the entirety of the Fingers Crossed series was posted up here on TYB. Hopefully a they put out a new episode that follows the testing of the new prototypes.
I almost stopped watching this as soon as I heard the first notes of Diary of a Madman, but I pushed through the initial rage and gave it a shot.
Every few months or so my buddy Shawn and I end up talking about what it would take to bring Dreamline back. Location and money are always the two things we settle on as being the main hurtles, but this last conversation I had an idea to solve one of those.
Dig a little digging down in the archives to find this old Matt Priest edit to post on this slow video day. I had totally forgotten about Amity Bike Co.
Though not quite as cool as his OG UGP shirt, this limited edition collection of shirt designs that Taj did for Pinkbike is pretty rad!