The Filthy Drains Jam has been a stalwart of the QLD scene for what seems like forever. Definitely looks like one of the best BMX days you could ever hope to have. There ain’t much better than loose times on sketchy built contraptions with a bunch of good dudes!
We always talk about getting a session going at old Knox park but we finally locked in the date. We will have a few extras for the day to ride and some giveaways thanks to Colony, Kink, DVSN, Vans and Primary. Make sure you come out if you’re in Melbourne.
Throwback photos shot by Gorak from a very early jam that must have been 10 years ago at least at old Knox.
A bunch of the younger Melbourne crew hit up the city for a good time on some classic spots…
Cosmic Rumblers Jett Man, Dylan and Tama Lewis decided to head south to ring in the New Year. Watching these dudes ride the finest trails and transition the ACT has to offer is nothing short of a treat. Dylan’s tables and spins are as good as it gets!
Mount Gambier native Jaiden Bombski’s riding is definitely easy on the eyes. With a long-legged style reminiscent of Matt Cordova, Jaiden navigates his way through a barrage of roasted tables, techier lines and some pretty burly stuff, as well.
I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of the HSD dudes and their mates roasting Snakewoods, which is why this video from Nitai Whitehurst featuring clips filmed in 2015 is a more than welcome Monday night treat. Super crisp production documenting not just the riding, but the scene down at the trails on any given Sunday.
For the 8th consecutive year, I’ll be hosting the Blake Buttefield Memorial Jam at my old local, Kempsey Skatepark. 2017 marks 10 years since Blake’s passing, and there doesn’t seem like a better way to carry on his legacy than gathering a bunch of mates together and shredding the summer arvo away. Festivites will kick off at 2pm, and run through til dark. There’ll be a BBQ and drinks on hand, with any proceeds being kicked back to the Westmead Children’s hospital here in Sydney. Hope to see you all there!
All the way from the west coast comes this awesome new video of Terry Sukroo filmed by his homie Mitchell Morris.
It may be short n sweet and only filmed over 3 days but each clip is great and the ender was definitely unexpected!
Press play and check it out!