This year the most long-standing FISE event, in it's original Montpellier location, mixed things up a little and invited a bunch of legit street riders for their own separate event. Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley, Dan Lacey, Courage Adams, Bruno Hoffmann and a bunch more were just getting into their flow during practice on Friday and qualifiers on Saturday before bad weather stopped play and shut down the whole event. Jonny Ashworth was there for DIG to catch a bunch of raw clips before the rains came. Enjoy.
“Fed Up with The Bullshit – Act Like You Know Crew’s 4th full-length video. Three solid years of dedication from the usual cast, plus a few new soldiers we’ve handed the torch down to. No sponsors, no travel budgets, no ‘practicing’ – just straight riding from the bottomless pits of East Coast and Midwest cities." - alykcru.com
Chad Kerley's CK AM complete bike from Haro is one hell of a ride and now you can see what it can do in the hands of the man himself. Coming in with a full Cr-Mo Frame, investment cast dropouts and a super short (when slammed) 12.75" backend, this thing is ready for the streets. Watch Chad handle some business aboard the CK AM and then get a closer look
6ixtape 2. 6ixtape gang's second video filmed mainly in Toronto with some footage from Montreal, London, Rochester and Buffalo. With parts from Trent Barker, Will Robinson, Jake Montgomery/Peter Dai/Mike Headford/Seetoh Lang, Steven Moxley, Spencer Bryant-Longo, Sebastian Morgenroth/Ryan Eles, and Chijioke Okafo.
Sandwich'd between this freeway and that freeway in San Diego is a ditch that you'd never find. You have to duck your head and awkwardly push through a pitch black, twisty tunnel that is under head height. It's half awesome and half freaky. Eventually, after a hundred yards or so, it opens up to a ditch with some wonderful additions courtesy of what is essentially one dude, Steven Stolp AKA Stolpanator on Instagram. He's had the spot for a year or so and has shown it to a few people, but a couple weeks ago he invited everyone to come ride on a Sunday and enjoy the spot...check a few highlights from the session and stay for some wise words from Stolp.
Whipcade. This trick has been in my head for around 5 years now. I've started trying it seriously last year though. It was a long road filled with blood, sweat and tears. I'm so happy to have pulled it all together. Worth the time spent trying.
Wednesday nights at the Source Park have always been girl's night, but never quite like this... This time around over 20 women from all around the UK—as well a few visiting pros from the USA—took over the park for the Girls Only Jam. With no classes or age groups, everyone competed together—from 12 year old Sasha Pardoe to veteran pro Nina Buitrago.