Everyone hats setting up chains but at least you can watch this how-to from Colony to get a grasp on how it all works…
Denby Chandler, Jimmy Peace, Dylan Steinhardt, Ben Conolly, Chris Storey and Tim Storey tear this A frame rail apart when they were in San Francisco a few months back…
When a crew featuring the likes of Will Gunn, Xave Koen, Tom Boorman and Bevan Cowan hit the road, you know there’ll be good times a plenty. Throw in a few tablespoons of Jonny Mackellar, and a bit of James Fox to catch it all, you have the recipe for one hell of a video. If you’re into trails, transition or hoeing down, this one ain’t to be missed!
Brodie Ritter spent a lot of time riding the small pre-fab parks that litter the Mid North Coast of NSW, and it shines through in his ability to make really difficult, tech tricks happen on small set ups. Brodie has just moved to Newcastle, though, so hopefully this is a sign of more to come.
Five Dock’s iconic bowls saw some heated sessions whenever the near-constant rain let up during the week of the Vans contest. During one of said sessions, on a Tuesday afternoon, Dan Foley opted to pick up a camera and catch what was unfolding. And the result is 9 and a half minutes of raw goodness from some of the best transition riders around. Catch Cody Pollard, Dylan Lewis, Chris James and Jason Watts looking right at home in bowl riding’s upper echelon.
Video of Riley out of the Newcastle area put together by Tom Hodgson. The guys hit a tonne of places and Riley seems to have rail rides on lock…
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This is one section from the Day After Day video, with the anticipation building over the last few weeks watching J-Dog roast Sydney transition. Having grown so accustomed to watching Jayden cruise bowls, the first half of this section kinda caught me by surprise; applying some of his finesse and agility to tech moves and street set-ups. The second half is business as usual, but that definitely isn’t to it’s detriment. Make sure you check this one out!