Here we go again, halfway to freedom once more. It’s Wednesday, it’s vaguely lunch time’ish; so lets kick back, tune in and absorb another load of visual moving picture delights.
What have we got? There’s Nepal, India and South Africa. Some Hebden locals, some forum regulars, Nevis, Nyquist and a bit of Berlin. Skate, create, and transcend through surf.
It’s all good.
This great little video showcases the amazing trails snaking through the valley high above Kathmandu in Nepal. For most people, Nepal means Himalayas, but the riding in the Kathmandu Valley definitely holds its own and is a perfect place to acclimatise for the big mountains! A film from H & I Adventures.
Fat bike riding in the snow with great-rock.co.uk Shot in between Hebden Bridge and Ribblehead in Yorkshire, England.
A film by Mountainbikekerala. Every day trail obstacles... Watch for the trail-side cobra making an appearance on the left, by the wall.
First video blog of the year, we managed to find a gap between the rain and the snow to get on the woodwork for the first time in ages. A film by Jedi and Stophe.
Josef Woitella on the trails of the German capital. Gymtrails, Sundownhills Strawberry and trails. Joseph is supported by Leafcycles, Atmosfair and MTBISOKAY and drives a suitably shonky old Golf.
Kenny Belaey, nine-time Trials Bike world champion cruising around Cape Town on his Enduro LE Force by GT bicycles. "Earn your wings..."
Pro BMXer Ryan Nyquist steps it up with a mega jump and quarterpipe build and session at NorCal's Freedom 40 trails. Ryan gets to work building the jump himself with a Bobcat, eventually bringing in larger reinforcements. With the jump finally built, the session kicks off with Ryan leading the charge including Omar Romero, Greg Watts, Brandon Semenuk, and Joel Hulsey—bangers ensue!
In conjunction with the release of his signature footwear models the Busenitz ADV, Vulc & Pro, Dennis travels to Europe doing what he does best... lots and lots of lines!
Thanks to everyone that sent in suggestions this week. If you’ve seen or made anything you reckon should be up here next time, the address is, as ever: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And remember: Keep feeling fascination, yeah?
Posted on: January 23, 2013