Sir, you might want to step outside for a few minutes. It appears some prankster set off a stink bomb in the store. FART. Nothing going on today with Lee and the spider glide pics, the wifey even loved it and blew it up real big. His edit will be out soon so sit tight and prepare to be shocked. Mat Olson killed it this week in posts and what he does even a flip whip and some dirt riding staying clean if that is possible. TA scored a half page in the new ride which I have yet to see in person but makes me want it even more. Chad D at Camp Woodward riding the snake run flatland style and keeping it safe in a bright yellow helmet. Mike Meister blasting and doing it his way, more pics posting soon as seen in one of Coloradeco cement parks. HAPPY BDAY HIROSHI, you old now. VooDoo jam reminder. Matt Coplon cali dreaming edit on ESPN. WuBeard. YA you a rida…see ya when I see ya. -Chad D
Getting some magazine work done with the spider glide @lee_musselwhite his lady was pretty excited about this so she had it blown up on canvas, looks dope to me.
Mat Olson was getting dirty this past weekend or would you call it getting it clean…No Handed 360 to turndown trails style. #decobmx
Want to see a stretched NOTHING to no footed Can Can? Mat Olson chillin in this one while at a trails jam this past weekend. #decobmx
Last summer was so incredible on part being invited to Camp Woodward in Pennsylvania for the week. Place is one of the most incredible spots for everything on and off a bike. With a lot of days spent on the snake run and just being outside we had to use the weather and the sky for amazing photos. When you ride at Woodward they require you to have a helmet on so that is the reason for these flatland shots on the snake run wearing a brain bucket. Lots of color, clean as it gets, and taken at the right time thanks to Josh MeElwee, Profile Racing for the sweet week, and Woodward camp and staff for making it memorable and fun with a great touch on the food which kept me going…can’t forget about the campers to, great crew and amazing riders are coming from there.
To break them down, cross footed backwards rolling nose wheelie. Backwheel switch pivot out, notice the feet and how contorted this is. And the no footed wheel chair coast while holding the seat with both hands. CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL THE PICS
Pics by: Josh McElwee Words by: Chad DeGroot
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