Jeremy’s brother Jared has just set himself up with a 2014 PA Model frame, and here’s the end result – looking totally dialled, and just look at that monster truck tyre after the jump… damn. As Jared says, “20 inch tires vs a 40 inch tire, probably don’t see a lot of those?”
Bike Check Frame: Deluxe PA model, 20.75″ L Size, clear coat gold Fork: Odyssey Race Forks Stem: Shape Potence Stem w/ my top cap design Bars: Deluxe V2 3XL Grips: Deluxe Shovelhands Seat: Deluxe Superlight Sprocket: Shape Couronne 25T Cranks: Profile 175mm Pedals: Wellgo MG-1 Brakes: Dia Compe 990′s, Odyssey Mid Lever Tires: Demolition 2.35″ Front / Primo Dirt Monster 2.20″ Rear with miles of room for clearance Wheels: Profile w/ aluminum race axle 9T driver, 1/2 Ti spokes 1/2 Black stainless, Sun Envy Rims (more…)
Winter’s grip is upon us – diggin’ season. Will Wiggins is keeping things running, on his own.
INFO: “hi ya’ll – it’s been a long time since I made a video, budget camera is off putting; need to invest in a better camera. Anywho, a ton of leafs got moved around today, all the tarps got straightened up and the fallen trees beat me (chainsaw anyone?), not a lot of digging got done today but it’s hard on your own to keep the trails tidy and dialled and build new lines – also all the other jobs that need attending to, but I’m slowly getting there, I love this time of year, the woods are so open all you can see is lips n’ landings everywhere, I hope you like my video. Keep thinking of summer, don’t let winter win #solosunday – digforvictory …”
A belting way to kick off your Monday – Tom Arkus’ section from Vinyl LP.
CANYOUDIGIT INFO: Tom didn’t want to write his own description so I (Jon Saunders) get the pleasure of writing it. Tom’s part is simultaneously one of my favorite and least favorite parts in the video. It’s my favorite because of all the amazing French spots that he rides in it. It’s my least favorite because I’m insanely jealous of all the amazing French spots that he gets to ride in it. In all seriousness though, Tom’s part is rad and makes you not only want to go out and ride but also go out and dig. In my opinion that’s exactly what a kick ass trails part should do.
Kurt Perkins is back on his bike following a couple months out due to a broken collarbone, and hooked us up with a couple fresh photos of his current set-up now he’s back up to speed. Kurt keeps it simple, dialled, and all-black — and you can’t go wrong with that.
Aidan took a massive digger while riding at the indoor park at Prevail, Poole, last weekend and ended up smashing his kidneys somewhat; resulting in a few days spent in Bournemouth Hospital with a wee tube up his manhood. Thankfully Aidan’s now back home and taking it easy… get well soon mate!