Its time for another photo epic for the month, showing some of what we have been up to. We started off last month with a bit of a weather change and some early snow fall but in the subsequent weeks there was plenty of wind and no more snow so even with eh cool temps what had remained had become pretty crispy. So we dragged the bikes back out and headed up to check out the #mintlyndon track that everyone had been talking about and what a track it is. Check out some photos from the mission below:
Christchurch itself has had the gloomiest June on record with low fog and an epic amount of rain. So with the mission above being our only sunny ride this month it was countdown on until the ski fields started opening and more snow fell. It looks like Queenstown and the Kaikoura ranges have been getting more snow than Canterbury so far and a storm is just rolling in now. But we headed up to the Mt Lyford Opening day and it was a beauty. Check out the photos from that below:
A friend of mine has spent the last couple years working on a Resto Mod of a 1965 Pontiac Laurentian and he has finally finished it. Check out some photos of the finished product and a little video I made for him to showcase it.
Its been a month or so since we last posted but we have had a busy month and the weather is starting to change to winter here in NZ so the bike content will slow down for a bit.
Major project for the month was filming a new video for the Christchurch Adventure Park to showcase how much of an epic spot they have there!
Check it out below:
We also went and shot a pile of photos up there as my bike has been broken!
Check them out below:
Last but not least as I mentioned earlier in this post the weather is changing and winter is kicking in, so we ventured out for a look and got some powdery goodness. There is only one photo from the day as it was to good to stop but check it below:
The weather is flipping here in New Zealand, with winter starting to get its icy grip on the Southern Hemisphere.The wind was wild today, but the tracks had dried out a little so Josh Clarke and I decided to stick in the trees and film a small edit of him in Vic Park. Smooth and dialled through the interesting conditions down one of the OG trails in Vic Park, semi greasy and semi grippy at the same time.
Last Sunday Josh Clarke and I headed up to see if we could catch some of the last of the sunlight in Vic Park – most of which unfortunately faces the wrong way but check out some of the images we got below: