Come watch our San Diego buds throw down some sweet stunts while sporting some incredible mustaches. Kyle Hart, Tom Perry, Dirt Ron and more are all in on this party.
Vital BMX has a sweet new video up of Gary flowing a bowl like nobody’s business and giving us a quick run down of his new bike.
Guantlet of Death / Vital BMX Video
Posted by Francis on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
The Gauntlet of Death has been a Texas Toast Jam staple since the very beginning. This year we toned the course down a little bit thinking more people will make it through but in the end, only a handful ever got a crack at the curved wall to curved wall obstacle. Honorable mentions include Morgan Wade (last year’s winner) who made it to the double curve multiple times and to Chris Childs who was actually TRICKING obstacles as he made his way through the gauntlet. When the dust settled, the ultimate victory went to Gary Young. Watch him conquer the course above in this video from Vital BMX.
I can truly say this is the best dirt contest I’ve ever been to. Great riding, perfect vibe, and endless fun.
Vital BMX just uploaded their clips from the street finals. Make sure to hit that play button to check out different angles and clips other videos may have missed.
First off, Clint is badass. Not only did he help build the dirt jumps but he slayed them humps as well. Here’s him cranking a 360 un-lookback during finals. Make sure to hit up Vital BMX for the full gallery.
So the Dig Dish is located at the end of the street course. If you’re looking at it from the other end, you’ll see the dish, quite a bit of sky and then the rafters. If someone happens to roast high enough, they kinda just disappear for a little bit before they come back into view. Anyway, from where I was standing, Tyler Fernengel blasted this thing to the point where he’d be out of sight for a good second or two. I wondered what he was doing up there for so long and now I know; stretched out no-handers. Hit up Vital BMX for more photos from Day 1.
There are so many good combos in this. Grant links ‘em all together in this one.