Jake Seeley gives us the breakdown of his Madera / Sunday build while unpacking and building up his bike after arriving in LA. Jake reveals how he keeps his Madera Bantam cranks spinning extra smooth for crankflips and he shares his new white Sunday Seeley pegs which are his best pegs yet..
My crash down the Virginia Tech arch from my "440 Volts" video part. I'm glad I don't remember this, it looks like it hurt a lot. Yes I tried to pull up No I am not gonna try it again. Yes I am aware that this was stupid. Yes I was wearing a helmet, it broke and fell off.
Having a large backyard has always been a dream of me. Not for the space, just to be able to build your own dirt spot, they way you want it. On 20 square meters you can't build much but luckily we've got some dirt spots close by which works. The Bensink family over in Voorst do have a dirt jump park built in their backyard and Philip and I paid a visit last Saturday. Unfortunately Niels wasn't present himself as he was racing in China so the big jumps did not see any riding but still the pump track section of the spot was good fun. Building and maintaining a dirt spot is hard work. You've got to love it otherwise it doesn't make sense having your own spot. More time is spent with the shovel in hand than the grips of your handlebars riding it. But then again, you are in control of what you're