We teamed up with Joseph Nation on his new Specialized Bicycles Enduro for a #sundaysizzle down a slightly greasy Shredzilla track at Christchurch Adventure Park. In true sunday fashion, crack a beer click HD and enjoy!
Yo everyone! Here is a bit of an update for decemebr, mainly some POV shot with the new GoPro Hero 6 and a quick scree edit with Rod Hall.. And a couple of skatepark shots. Keep an eye out for the next post which will be a photo epic with leftovershots that I have been saving for some magazines
Victoria Park has always been there for us, we remember spending many hours of our lives there. We remember the downhill shuttles and late night digging. We remember hanging with friends and clowning around. We remember all the good times. Even when new and shiny chairlift options come, go and will eventually come back again, Victoria Park will always be there for us because it will always belong to us. Since the fires that ripped through the Port Hills and removed Christchurch Adventure Park, Victoria Park has seen a lot of new “bike park” inspired traffic again. To meet this demand, the idea is to convert “Cool Runnings” into a graded blue jump track and clean up some of the trees and other tracks in the area. To help with some of the associated cost that comes with this, we can fundraise some money to go towards the digger and other costs associated with a build. That is why Secret Dog Society wants to help!
Secret Dog Society are stoked to team up with Gravity Canterbury and Texco to create the Vic Park Jersey. These high-quality jerseys are made in New Zealand and come in long sleeves. Available in two Canterbury inspired colourways, Black or Red with stripped linework and helping to show your support to the park with a fashionable Victoria Park logo running down the left arm. For every jersey sold, we will donate $20 to Gravity Canterbury to help with the build and any other maintenance that needs to be done. But, for those that want a more custom feel, you can put your name and/or number on the back of the jersey for only $10 more and we will also donate this $10 to the cause. That means we will be able to donate $20 to $30 per jersey sold.
You can buy these jerseys at Secret Dog Society
How this promotion will work:
All jerseys will be made to order and because of the large donation attached to each jersey, we, unfortunately, can’t hold stock because if we have left over jerseys it will take away from the donations. This will allow us to give the biggest donation possible! All orders will (try and) go to the factory every two weeks or when we have an order of ten jerseys and will take roughly three to five weeks for your jersey to arrive at your delivery address. You will receive an email about when it is going to the factory for manufacturing. This promotion will run from 12th of June till the end of July.
Who’s involved with this project:
Club Gravity Canterbury has long been a staple in the Christchurch downhill and Enduro scene, organising races, events and trail building Gravity Canterbury
Texco has been involved in Victoria Park for as long as we can remember by donating their time and diggers to help build jumps, and trail clean up on the hill. If you’re looking for a great company for your drilling, excavation, and earthworks solutions give Texco a call. Texco
Secret Dog Society, is a New Zealand made and based Mountain bike fashion company, designers of high-quality jerseys that make you look good on and off the bike. We have donated our design time, lowered the cost of our Long sleeve jerseys to $100 and from that donating $20 -$30 to the cause. Secret Dog Society
A bit of an update for the first month of 2017. Been another busy month on the camera with two edits filmed one of Rod Hall at the CAP and one of Brent and I on the Cockayne Alley downhill track in the Craigieburn trail complex in the South Island of NZ. You can check out both the edits below and a couple of photos from the edits as well.