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Epic riding going down, car parts everywhere, and a piano sub-box out of a satellite dish! Aside from all of the crazy obstacles that Derek Nelson dreams in his pursuit of awesomeness, there were SUVs getting smashed up and drift cars getting jumped. A true upstate NY style jam and we wouldn't have it any other way!
Whoa! This years Grindworks jam at HCS skatepark was a wild one. It typically goes off, but this year was particularly intense. Epic riding going down, car parts everywhere, and a piano sub-box out of a satellite dish! Aside from all of the crazy obstacles that Derek Nelson dreams in his pursuit of awesomeness, there were SUVs getting smashed up and drift cars getting jumped. A true upstate NY style jam and we wouldn’t have it any other way!
The BMX community in and around central New York has been really strengthened in recent years. I think this can definitely be credited to Grindworks along with some crews and other more major companies. I’ve seen a rise in passion and drive to get out on a bike and have a great time. It really feels like everyone makes the effort to make it to the jams and just have a good time and the people putting on the jams are giving it their all to make it happen. It’s just a really great thing to see. Thanks to everyone at Grindworks and Derek Nelson for making it a great day! I hope you can see just how wild the day really was. Hope to see you next year! —Tom Beckman
Random story: I actually drove by this place a few times in the last few months and it was super confusing to me. It looked like a BMX track, but it was obviously not finished and I couldn't really get a good look at it. Little did I know that it was an in-progress bike park that was free and open to the public. I headed out the grand opening for a little pre-session with the dudes and here's the raw cut along with a GoPro preview of the park thanks to Anthony Napoiltan and Justin Mclintock. If you're in the San Diego area, check out the Sweetwater Bike Park at 6065 San Miguel Rd, Bonita, CA. It's open from 9:30am to sunset. Fair warning, they don't allow pegs because of the nature of the way the place is made.
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Argentina's Gaspar Guendulain recently spent six months in Long Beach, where he left his mark at spots all over the LA area with his unique style that is minimal with the grinds, yet insanely tech and incredibly smooth.