MUST WATCH: Dylan Sheffer - Freeride Lives II

Jul 16, 2015
by Scott Secco  
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DYLAN SHEFFER - FREERIDE LIVES II



Dylan Sheffer grew up watching New World Disorder, Kranked, Collective, and NSX movies, films that featured the most progressive riders and trail builders on the planet. After school on rainy days he'd sit watching classic segments: Simmons' NWD 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 parts, Claw's Roam section, the Coastal Crew's Kranked 8 opus, Boyko's NWD 8 ender - and images of cedar bridges burnt themselves into his mind's eye. He rode in his home town, did trips to Whistler and Kamloops, but nothing came close to the imagined thrill of riding those old cedar masterpieces. In 2012 he decided to create a trail like the ones he'd seen, and in 2013 it was finished. We filmed a video on it (Freeride Lives) which people seemed to like. Sheffer didn't build it in search of money or sponsorships or internet fame, he just built it for fun, for the joy of working with your hands and seeing a vision come to life. That first trail was the ultimate crash course in building technique and gave him the tools to create an even more ambitious trail. This line was built by Sheffer and a few friends from May 2014 to May 2015. We hope you enjoy his handiwork.


Video & Words: Scott Secco
Audio: Keith White


Build in progress

bigquotesMy goal for the trail was to basically take what I learned on my first trail and take the technical aspect of building to the next level. I wanted to build a total dream line where when I was finished, there were no regrets of ''Oh well, I should have built this here and that there.'' More importantly, I wanted each stunt to serve a purpose for getting over the natural terrain in unique ways and for each stunt to be different from the previous one. And finally, I wanted the next big challenge of having to link all these features together in one run which took a lot of time and practice to get dialed.


Dylan Sheffer

Builder and rider.



Freeride Lives II Presented by:
Banshee Bikes
Race Face

Additional Support:
SR Suntour


Dylan Sheffer rides: Banshee Bikes, Race Face, SR Suntour, Ryders Eyewear, and Maxxis Tires



MENTIONS: @Banshee-Team @raceface @SRSuntour @dsheffer @scottsecco

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197 Comments

  • 406 61
 Six camera angles of each stunt was a bit overkill
  • 47 20
 agreed wicked shots and all but, we got the idea the first/second time around you know..
nice trail
  • 243 9
 Imagine how proud he is of every second of that footage. I'd take 15 shots each and make DVDs for everyone all the way down to my second cousins
  • 48 2
 ^^^this. super proud.

and I'd be buried with a hard copy.
  • 63 3
 The video was largely about the trail and features themselves. I think the riding was meant to be secondary.
  • 9 6
 I would have watched it again...
  • 8 85
flag drummuy04 (Jul 16, 2015 at 8:53) (Below Threshold)
 @jayacheess I think you're right. Everything seemed to be fairly basic and you just needed the balls and speed to jump it except for that backflip that we saw 15 million times.
  • 16 5
 That is an amazing section of trail and ridden with authority. Well done! Love the intro. I'd post this everywhere had it been my work and so would everyone else on PB. Don't believe the NEG. That dirt jump suspended in the elevated skinny was some next level build tech.
  • 59 2
 i personally enjoyed the extra camera angles, gives you a much better appreciation of the features and riding, and hell that trail is a work of art!
  • 11 3
 Not at all. If you just focus on the rider, I can see that but with wood work like this, it'd be a shame if you did. That was such a well done edit- everything aboot it was sick. The ender was not expected and well again, that elevation work was insane! More top notch work, fucking well done!
  • 13 2
 I really enjoyed the extra camera angles as well. It gave each feature the proper perspective for the scale/speed/precision, and highlighted the effort and creativity that went into building it. I loved it.
  • 6 8
 Three different angles is the max for me.
  • 4 0
 It was the "Jackie Brown" of mountain bike videos.
  • 155 3
 Hey everyone, sorry if you thought there was too much repetition, but that was a conscious choice by Dylan and I as we really wanted to showcase each stunt from different angles and let viewers see how each build was constructed. A lot of care and effort went into building the trail and I wanted to highlight the trail itself, just as much as the riding. Thanks for watching the video!
  • 8 24
flag Thinnumor (Jul 16, 2015 at 12:26) (Below Threshold)
 It is such a cool line, there is no need to take that much camera angles Wink
  • 5 0
 I just wanted the trail to go on for longer. Really cool, just wanted more!
  • 13 1
 As a builder...I especially loved the extra footage. Keep on keeping on Boys!
  • 3 1
 repeat of camera angles is an editor problem not the rider. this dude shreds, and if I can do that Ima frigen have 6 angles each too! rock on
  • 7 3
 Internet heroes. Six camera angles is too much for me and I will complain about it -wah wah wah - Your a sad worthless bag of human cancer. That video was awesome and I supper appreciate all the camer angles. it helps in seeing how everything was built too. Amazing job.
  • 12 0
 As a newbie builder still working out a preferred style, this is it. Much appreciate the camera angles to catch the length, the skinniness, the angles, the micro angles, elevated dirt jumps ... I understand what the others are saying and appreciate there enthusiasm about the disrupted flow of the rider in the video, but from a rider/builder perspective ... nailed it.
  • 4 0
 I agree...elevated dirt berm/hip to wallride is pretty cool!
  • 1 0
 Flow trails, SMH! Freeride all day long!
  • 4 1
 Thanks for all the points of view, it really helps to LEARN and appreciate the skills of the rider. Anyone who thinks that the video show too much the same line, probably will be happy watching an enduro edit, making goggles and leaves close up.
  • 4 0
 @scottsecco
@jackalope, seems you have a student with a proper critique @Hyakian. I also had a few opinions as well when I first watched this @scottsecco, I apologize for my negative comments when I should have been critiquing this piece.

Scott, the amount of work you put in to get every one of those angles is mind blowing, unimaginable to all, except the folks involved in this project. I did feel there were 1 too many shots used here and there for attention purposes (my opinion)

Dylan and crew, You guys are so driven! Amazing work and FLOW, so important when building. ( alot of people think you just build a line, dial it in a bit and she runs. NOT TRUE) Killed it GUYS. 90% solo Dylan? YOU'RE A BEAST!

Dylan your riding speaks for itself, the features look big on film so your balls must be enormous in real life!!!! Thanks for the shredding dude, you rock.

would love to see a trail like this built from start to finish for the next one? Scouting and contemplating lines or features, ground break, building, milling, trial and error while also showing scale of the features next to the men, creating these beastly features, finishing touches, shredding things for the first time, trial and error for some features, maybe a tweak here or there or even a tail reroute, while other features work perfectly, Things you endure as a BUILDER.

Dylan talks about the difficulty of a top to bottom for the first time. Would have loved to see what it took for him to accomplish that.
Followed by a segment that makes you feel you are there with him shredding top to bottom.

Everyone involved, Thanks for all you do for our sport as well as the effort it took to make this project happen, Well done
  • 90 3
 Pain is temporary... Free ride lasts forever
  • 11 2
 Chicks dig scars.
  • 45 4
 Enduro, FMB, Boost, 650b, plus tires are temporary...26" and freeride lasts forever
  • 22 2
 If only the bike industry still believed freeride lives forever and brought back some more decent 7" coil bikes to fill the gap between the ultra-lightweight 6" air-shock bikes and the super beefy 8" downhill rigs. (Unless the new carbon downhill bikes are supposed to fill that role?). Rise from the ashes freeride videos!
  • 12 5
 26 ain't dead....
  • 17 1
 Get a Banshee Darkside (Like Dylan in the vid), ticks all boxes!
  • 1 0
 I'm looking into it.... Wink
  • 7 0
 Or put 26" or a TR500 with a fox Van 180, and your set
  • 2 2
 Burkes... I think you must be complaining. You can get 7" mega enduro bikes. They're no different than freeride bikes. They just weigh less, the same way "super beefy 8" downhill rigs" weigh 30-35 pounds these days too.
  • 4 0
 Yes but the issue then is the wheel size is most likely 27.5
  • 1 0
 I've got a cube Fritzz 180 HPA 2014 with 26'' wheels, an almost DH geometry but an enduro seat tube angle. Ugly but great bike!
  • 6 5
 chicks really don't dig scars because the older I get, the more scars I get and the less girls like me :,(
  • 2 0
 burbikes check out the NS Bikes Soda Freeride or a Banshee
  • 3 0
 Thanks for the heads up on the Banshee Darkside and the Transition TR500 by a couple of you. Pretty hot bikes. I was more kind of wondering what happened to the freeride models that seemed to vanish about two years ago, such as the Giant Faith, and the Norco Truax. These had beefy frames, supple 7" coil suspension, were about 38lbs, but still had two chainrings so that if you have to pedal your *ss up your local mountains, it doesn't kill you. My Truax will die some day, and there seems to be nothing in that niche to fill its shoes anymore, unless one eases off to an enduro bike, or steps up to something closer to a downhill rig (Darkside or Transition). If I'm missing bikes in this niche, or am just "not keeping up with evolution", point me in the right direction or tell me to get with it!
  • 2 0
 Remember the Specialized SX? those were good days
  • 2 0
 Thats another question I have; why did Giant and Norco stop the Faith and Truax production. They were both amazing bikes and now to upgrade I'm either forced into a Enduro rig or ful blown DH rig. Frown
  • 1 1
 Indeed bruh. INDEED!
  • 89 16
 People crying about slo-mo and multi-shots probaly haven't ridden this type of sh!t much. Personally, i appreciate seeing just how much talent these features take. Watch that double log ride a few times and see how close his back tire is to going off. Full speed just wouldn't let you feel that. That said, straight up DH/Jump tracks often get overcooked in slo-mo, but all things are not equal. kicked ass. Need more of this. (Also, holy jeepers that must have been some serious build time. Nice work)
  • 25 22
 A second shot would have been enough for that in my opinion. Not six shots. And not of every single trick, line and obstacle. Just from the bangers.
  • 9 3
 Most of the features are bangers there, so...
  • 10 8
 I dont think the simpletons know how much time and effort goes into the trails they ride. I was fine with the amount of shots taken, maybe not the slowmo, but as a builder myself (nowhere near as good as dylan) I almost pay more attention to the trail than the riding. It could take weeks maybe even months to get just one section of trail dialed, some of the people complaining clearly have never actually built a trail and definitely nothing of this caliber.
  • 30 2
 Well I must be an ignorant goon and desperately need to attend film school. I had no idea we had so many experts out here in PB world!!

* Loved the music (yes, I'm old as phuck)
* Loved the slow mo (tosses rope over rafter to prepare noose)
* Would've been fine with 8 different shots of the same feature (places noose around neck)


I get that everyone is now jacking their dick to "raw" videos, and I like those too, but like anything else, it gets old as well. Variety is the spice of vive [hops off chair]
  • 7 0
 Don't worry Uncle Jack, don't worry at all. We won't hang you, just get right on ahead and take down that rope and noose!
  • 7 1
 I actually appreciated all the different camera angles b/c it really helped me get a better understanding of all the design work for the trail itself. Any ideas from these pro level TTFs can trickle down into features on other trails. Sure, not many riders can hit stuff like that, but it helps give builders a solid starting point on ideas for integration of TTFs on their local trails for intermediate riders working their way up.
  • 11 3
 Jackalope I know what you mean. I only have two degrees in art and teach it as well, but I obviously don't understand the finer points of filmmaking as do our colleagues here at PB film critique. I didn't have an issue with the repetition or the camera angles. I guess I was too busy appreciating the great build work, too busy reminiscing about old free ride trails and stunts I used to ride, and too busy shedding a tear thinking about WASP, quiet riot, Mötley Crüe, RATT, venom, slayer etc. from when I was a kid.
Great video. Thanks for sharing it!
  • 3 0
 Not a film editor...
However, some of the comments about the multiple views mentioned previously reflected something I also felt in my reaction, watching it through for the first time. I liked the different angles, think more is better (?), thought is was shot pretty well and liked the music (yeah I'm old too), but think that maybe it's more about how it was pieced together in the edit? Regardless, cool line, and features, it's great to see diggers/builders/riders getting after it like this.
  • 6 0
 pffft dont you guys realize you are in the presence of legendary film scholars with degrees in PB vidz?! DUH!
  • 54 0
 That was very cool. He almost died on the backflip.
  • 4 0
 Millimetres from the edge!
  • 4 0
 I was just thinking the same thing... probably sheit himself!
  • 2 0
 Nope, didn't die! Freeride another day!
  • 63 16
 Cool trail, great looking area but too much slow-mo personally; especially seeing the same section 3 - 4 times in slow motion.

Would be nicer to see how much speed and flow this trail gives without the slow-mo tbh.
  • 10 1
 I like slow mo, but there are different styles of music that fit slow mo. Personaly, this rock music sounds like it needs some fast turns and big airs full speed.
  • 4 5
 If I was hitting all this stuff I'd want to see it all in slow mo! This video wasn't made for you bud...
  • 2 2
 Dude, they wanted to make a NWD style film... what other choice did they have?
  • 1 0
 would also like to see a full run POV! That trail is so sick, glad to see other people ride this kind of stuff. I prefer to keep my wheels on the dirt (and my face sometimes).
  • 31 0
 SICK Riding, WASP, those builds...and that flip -- Fuk Yeah!!!
  • 18 0
 Yeah, lovin the WASP song! Good old classic.
  • 6 0
 Love the WASP...woooooooooo!!
  • 2 0
 I'm a wild freeriderrrr come and love meee I want riiiideeee.....W.A.S.P.
  • 3 0
 ikr I haven't heard WASP in awhile but I knew what it was on the first note!! that's awesome!
  • 3 0
 Nice work man. Hard to build unique stunts and lines that flow well. Looks fun as hell.
  • 3 0
 First thing I thought when I saw NWD, better have some banging 80's metal. I wasn't disappointed
  • 2 0
 WASP segment in Decline of Western Civilization pt II is one of the pinnacles of the documentary genre. A must see. GOAT.
  • 22 0
 Maybe we should be sending Dylan to Rampage as well...
  • 8 1
 #LetDylanIn
  • 4 0
 Or maybe we should send the rampGe to Dylan.. THINK ABOUT IT
  • 22 2
 Reminiscent of the old days of mountain bike videos. I hope the value of sketchy ladders comes back to popularity.
  • 4 1
 Nah - his build quality is too high compared with most of the really old skinny ladders. That said, balance, big drops and no fear of heights is all I've got so I'm ready to end the slopestyle craze and start the old skool elevated skinny renaissance!
  • 13 1
 Well, that made my day. Thank you Dylan.
  • 10 1
 Thoroughly awesome riding, building and edit! I appreciated the use of multiple views for the big features to give more perspective on how difficult they are. Keep up the great work!
  • 8 0
 Stoked the feedback so far has been pretty good thanks. Sorry if some of you found some shots repetitive, I really wanted a video that showcased the trail work and riding equally as you dont get to see trails like this very often and a few of these stunts are upwards of 100ft long next to impossible to try and capture it all in one shot. I wanted the edit to be something where i could look back and remember all the work that went into each stunt and all the crazy techniques to get alot of this trail done as mostly a solo effort. Id like to hope this edit can inspire other riders to get out and create there own dream trail. anyways cheers fellow PB'ers
  • 5 0
 That was a sick edit! Ignore all the haters... if they don't like your vid they should go build their own trails and make their own movies.
  • 9 0
 Holy shit how many times did you have to sharpen that chiansaw chain? That build was awsome and a lot of work, nice job on the trail and riding
  • 7 0
 hahaha went through a couple chains forsure beyond the point of being able to keep sharpening. most of these stunts are alot larger scale in person the husqvarna 385 i used to build the line blew near the end of this project . bottom end/ crank and oiler were toast pretty old saw to begin with bought it used. Now upgraded to a brand new 395xp
  • 9 0
 After watching this, I have a bigger wood than some of those features...
  • 8 0
 Who is Scott Secco and where has he been all my life? Wow, impressive video works, and awesome riding.
  • 10 0
 haha thanks @baylenc1! Have you seen my movie Builder?
  • 6 0
 the only disappointing thing about this video is how much smaller all the stunts look. I found this trail walking my dog a few months back and its beyond gnarly. I really enjoyed the edit. props to Scott and Dylan
  • 3 0
 That's a pretty cool thing to stumble upon Smile
  • 2 0
 I Had a good idea where it was, so I was also looking for it
  • 5 0
 Dylan, you are definitely somebody... A great builder, rider and producer!! Great to see such an awesome dedication come to the screen! With all of the great riders and locations out there, you pretty much nailed it to the wall with this one! And 1980s hair metal on top....i still have all of the original VCR tapes of most of the videos you devoured and they still motivate me to push it as hard and as often as i can. Hats off, cheers, and keep on ripping it!!
  • 8 0
 that puts freeride in a whole other perspective
  • 4 0
 I have a few questions;
1. Does this trail stay up or do they remove it?
2. How many of the guys who helped build it could actually ride it?
3. Is this built strictly for the edit?
4. How many injuries were there riding it and what was the worst?
5. How big do your balls need to be to ride this the first time?

Very cool video. thnks
  • 13 0
 1. trail stays up as long as the area isnt logged
2. nobody else has cleaned the entire line yet it was 90% a solo project when i had help it was only a few days here and there.
3. built for the edit and for my own enjoyment
4. 2 hard crashes one under rotated flip on the stepdown ill get scott to post up, and an over shoot crash on the skinny to curved wall ride.
5. hahahaha
  • 8 0
 Got wood?
  • 4 0
 WoW kid: "How do you get wood?'
Randy Marsh: "By watching informative murder porn?"
  • 7 0
 "I, want to be Dylan Sheffer"
  • 7 0
 man, that worked, felt like NWD to me
  • 8 6
 Super awesome trails, riding and filming. But replaying every single line 6 times really annoyed me and ruined it for me. It kills the flow of the video. Shouldn't do more than one replay per action, and not more than like twice in a video. Everything else was super amazing about this video. If you'd have a version where you don't force me to watch the same thing 6 times in a row, I would vote VOD for that version.
  • 12 6
 Yeah, well, you know, that's just like uhh, your opinion, man.
  • 5 2
 Great observation tup It is indeed an opinion and not a fact.
  • 6 2
 Soo Sick! Best Video of the Year!!! SICK BUILD'S, GREAT RIDING, AWESOME EDIT.LOVED, LOVED LOVED IT!!!! I WANNA RIDE IT!!!! GREAT JOB ALL AROUND, YOU GUY'S CRUSHED IT!!!!!
  • 5 0
 That last back flip was nice... but he was a bit close to the side there lol. Sick vid.
  • 2 0
 Awesome! I'm not sure why freeride trails like that faded away. I rode Boogieman on Mt Seymour earlier in the week and I realized how all our other trails were nothing like that. Flow trails and all mountain/enduro trails are fun but we need more old school freeride stuff.
  • 4 0
 My favourite part was not seeing the features move when he was hitting them. Thats a quality build. AMAZING shots and outstanding craftsmanship.
  • 1 0
 Yeah talk about stiffness
  • 2 0
 All this bitching about multiple shots... Anybody notice at minute 1.47 skinny to packed dirt to wall ride? Packing dirt 6 feet off the ground. I don't think there is enough filming angles to show how much time these guys put into this trail.
  • 2 0
 that whole bridge is a minimum 9ft off the ground drops off nearly 15 feet off to the right to the creek below where the lip is built. www.pinkbike.com/photo/12153453
  • 2 0
 I´m so jealous! The options you have to build things like that is a dream...Smile
So nice to watch. Massive and solid building and the ride of Dylan,so great...big Props for thje whole team
  • 6 0
 Blackie Lawless Forever!
  • 7 3
 Torch = passed. That just may be one of the best vids of all time. Way to go Dylan.
  • 1 0
 When I was reading his history, felt like I was reading my own. I spent days and days watching NWD and dreaming the day I'll ride stunts like that. Congrats Dylan, to made your dream come true. I'm still hoping and trying to achieve it. Ride on,
  • 1 0
 More than a trail. These are brilliant wooden sculptures. Perhaps i can ride some of these features. I am humbled by the solid construction and magnitude of ridable art. I have no complaints about the video just awe and admiration for the builders and the talented few who can pilot these sick trails.
  • 1 0
 I can see an amazing amount of work went into building this ummm... "trail", and the rider certainly has huge talent, but - ah, the big 'but' - I personally prefer natural dirt features over all of these wood structures. Just curious, how many trees did you have to cut down for this? I hope it was all downfall (two thumbs up if so). Reminds me of an indoor jump park taken outside. Looks like loads of fun.
  • 1 0
 I like how it was all trail obstacles with one banger trick at the end. Part of why i tired of bmx web videos was that it was just trick overload. Like this was a whole trail start to finish instead of some repetitive ramps at a park somewhere.
  • 4 1
 dude that was a sick run.. and the flip at the end..SICK!!!!!!! ( so sketch in the rain though...)
  • 3 0
 that wood section at around 2:40-2:50 is possibly the most terrifying thing i have ever seen on a mountainbike trail ;s
  • 3 0
 the day we will have the right to build something like that in France is when CG will be president ...
  • 3 0
 Ok that trail deserved the slo-mo it got! There was a lot going on in short order to put it mildly...
  • 4 0
 Builder 2 featuring Dylan Sheffer and... Nope, that's all.
  • 4 1
 10% trail 90%wood build.....looks like years of building wood jumps......personally i would dig more then build
  • 2 0
 Glad to see younger rider keen on building freeride wood work. Dylan riding and trail building skills Is off the chart. Work hard,play Harder Style!
  • 2 1
 For me, guys that can build like this and ride like this are at the top of the mountain bike pyramid. The camera angles and slo-mo really help to appreciate the build. Best video I've seen in a long time.
  • 3 0
 Oh hells ya dude Good to see some good old free ride It's a lost art And you sir are an artist
  • 3 0
 Wasp fits the vid. but to be honest i was really hoping for more maiden. Super sick edit though.
  • 5 1
 Welcome back FREERIDE ..
  • 3 0
 Real nice edit, I'd buy that for a Dollar.
  • 3 0
 wow that was cool, W.A.S.P. for ever that good the hear 1984-85
  • 4 1
 How long until 3 comes out? I need moarr
  • 3 0
 secco delivering the goods.
  • 3 1
 I liked the multi-cam shots, it gave a nice perspective of how big and technical some of the features are.
  • 2 1
 Can never please everyone on PB, I hate slowmo in MTB videos and thought this was done perfectly. More time to look at the features too!
  • 2 0
 The dirt jump built on the elevated wood skinny is one of the coolest trail features I have seen.
  • 2 0
 Amazing trail,would love to give it a go.This is the sort of freeride edit that got me into riding.
  • 3 0
 Props on the multiple shots - the art of the trail deserves it!
  • 2 0
 great vid, is that a banshee darkside with single crown fork
  • 10 0
 Banshee Darkside with a Suntour Rux fork.
  • 2 0
 Dat double skinny to wallride to gap!
  • 1 0
 Yesss!
  • 1 1
 I was feeling ok until the backfilp moment where i thought : "OK that's enough for tonight !" thankfully the video was over !
God lord that was rad !!
  • 1 0
 cool vid of a wicked trail, and a soundtrack that brings me back!! what a great way to start my day!
  • 1 0
 It looks like he's the only rider who actually rides these trails, is it in a private property or something ?
  • 2 0
 I added to favorites without even seeing this awesomeness!
  • 1 0
 Awesome riding, that was a close landing on that backflip! If it was me I would have hit a tree upside down! Great edit!
  • 2 1
 hope they re-plant some of those trees that make it look like a frikin logging company came by
  • 3 0
 No trees were cut down to make this trail.
  • 1 0
 good to hear Big Grin
  • 3 2
 the multiple shots were to showcase the building not jut the riding. ease up.
  • 1 0
 Sick vid. Loved the multiple angles of every build to show just how knar every stunt is. Freeride for life!
  • 1 0
 seeing the video edit is awesome after seeing the actual trail.Video truly does not do it justice.
  • 1 0
 Oh boy, that back flip at the end was sooooo close to going very wrong. Great trail, great riding.
  • 2 0
 THESE ARE THE BEST!!! THAT BACKFLIPPPPP
  • 1 1
 As long as I can't just grab my Stihl and cut out any trail I'd like to build in my local forest, freeride will remain dead to me.
  • 1 0
 Awesome trail building right there! Tons of wood and dirt to pull that off! How long did it take to build that section?
  • 1 0
 YES YES YES!!!! WELL DONE. F*N eh. thats aweomse. freeride ain't dead, fsho.
  • 2 1
 When is this going to be VOD?
  • 1 0
 Did anyone else think the undertaker was going to appear at the start?
  • 1 0
 Nothing like a dose of morning porn...that trail,feeewww
  • 1 0
 always wanted to ride a northshore trail with a 2013 Ghost Northshore.
  • 1 0
 Go faster bro, youre not gonna make tranny! Oh wait its just slo-mo
  • 1 0
 That so sick video .. And good place for riding
  • 2 0
 FREERIDE FUC*ING LIVES!
  • 1 0
 "I" could not do that any better. I enjoyed the video and the riding.
  • 1 0
 Such a sick trail Freeride lives on!
  • 1 0
 slow artsy intro, 6 camera angles all in slow motion..
  • 2 0
 That was a cool build
  • 1 0
 SKILL +1000 to join this party !
  • 2 0
 Good job Secco!
  • 1 0
 Awesome wood work even better riding keep up the flow. Great job boys
  • 2 0
 sick
  • 1 0
 amazing work. how many weeks/hours did it take you guys to complete.
  • 2 0
 pretty well built 90% solo took me around 500 hours or a little more I started may 2014 finished may 2015
  • 1 0
 ...bringing back the freeride spirit!
  • 1 0
 That trail is so BITCHIN'!!!!!
  • 1 0
 As soon as I saw the last jump I just knew he was going to flip it
  • 2 1
 BIM ! Just awsome !
  • 2 1
 RAD!!!!
  • 8 8
 does a jump* wow lets watch that 4 more times
  • 1 0
 la wea buenaa!!!
  • 1 1
 meh the first one was better
  • 1 0
 BADASS!!
  • 1 0
 #letnoahswim
  • 1 0
 Pretty radical.
  • 1 0
 love it!
  • 1 0
 Bad. Ass.
  • 1 0
 Rock n roll!
  • 4 7
 They showed everything 2-4 times...
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