50to01: Creating Dirt Waves with Clayspades - Video

Apr 21, 2017 at 3:36
Apr 21, 2017
by Josh Lewis  
 
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Long days in the woods spent getting creative to the rhythmic sound of spades slapping the finest Sheffield clay, mined from the hillside of Wharncliffe Woods. This is where you can expect to find the Clayspades boys most days, so much progression has naturally occurred due to the perfect mixture of passion, creativity and commitment inside this group of friends - for me it's simply what riding is all about, creating what you want to ride and pushing to progress yourself. After being away on long trips... nothing beats getting home and being in the woods, listening to nature do its thing and riding our bikes harder than ever. Here I tried to naturally capture a day with the boys (I did some digging honest) I hope you enjoy and get fired up to go out and dig Smile

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Cheers, Josh Lewis.


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14 Comments

  • + 26
 hope you made time to enjoy 4/20 boyos
  • + 4
 I imagine they take "safety meetings" very seriously.
  • + 7
 Damn, these trails are art! It's not often you see jumps and berms as beautiful as these ones
  • + 6
 It's all about that gold. Find it,Mine it, Pack it, Slap It...nothing in the world better than digging with your crew and ripping itSmile
  • + 5
 I love the sound of the laughter a lot more than a sound track. Good times/good vibes.
  • + 3
 That bridge thingo at 2:50 is a work of art.
  • + 3
 introducing the worlds highest trail crew!
  • + 2
 I miss the joys of clay and rain Frown Working with dry sand is very challenging.
  • + 3
 brit dust biggest oxymoron ever
  • + 1
 Perfect. Makes me want to dig... *and* ride.
  • + 1
 Reminds me of our crew back home. Love it!
  • + 2
 wish i had balls :/
  • + 1
 Good times!!!
  • + 1
 Awesome !!!!!!

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