The Boston based bike magazine "The Ride", did an article on BBR and our unique take to Urban Freeride Scene in NYC. The magazine can be found in your local bike shop, news stand or directly from their website http://ridezine.com/. This issue will only be on shelves till Dec. 20th.
A month has past since the closing of Mountain Creek and I still can feel rush of ridng down the Dominion line and hitting the all the table tops on my steel hardtail. It was the best the time I ever had at the Creek its a shame it had to come to a end, but what I thnk about the most is all cool people I have met on NY/NJ/PA Freeride & Downhill scene this past season. And I look foward to seeing some these faces next year if not sooner.
On a more serious note, something heard on the rumormill, that the infamous "Brooklyn Banks" will be removed, leveled, and replaced with tennis and volley ball courts and it could happen as soon as this weekend. The smaller banks is already fenced off and considered a construction zone and the bigger bank area had fencing poles placed all around the area. If you can get down there ride till you cant ride no more, because a piece of the NYC Scene will be destroyed and this goes for RIDERS of wheels. BIKERS, SKATERS and BLADERS!!!
2 more days before Plattekill closes it doors for Mountain Bike Season. Its your last chance for Glory if your racing, from the weather reports are saying its going to be messy up there. Eitherway some of us are going to make it up there some how…
Halloween was crazy fun at the Creek, cant wait to see they might build for next year. I didnt take any many photos as planned but plenty of people did. And here's glimple of what you missed if you weren't there for the final day. http://www.yavno.info/
Photo credit goes to Alex K & Ed.
Also as reminder this weekend is the last time you can ride and race at Plattekill, so come out and enjoy. And there's a new video of Russ in Whistler in the video section.