The latest video from the FloriDeah crew has arrived. This time around Trey Jones, Jabe Jones and Alex Lomelli spend 6 minutes of your life basically destroying cans of Rockstar in Trey’s backyard… If you’re looking for actual riding, this isn’t the place for it. If you’re looking for some laughs… This would be that place. Take a look!
Trey Jones takes you through the steps of building a DIY concrete quarterpipe!
Do you want to learn how to build a concrete quarterpipe? What if you don’t have much for a budget and you are working on more of a DIY spot? Here’s a video that Trey Jones put together for the FloriDeah channel to show you all the proper steps and what it takes to build your own concrete quarterpipe from start to finish with the help of Sean Ricany, Jabe Jones and a few others. This one only cost about $100 total in concrete mix, so it’s not like it is something that is super expensive. It’s more of a time and labor thing than anything else! Hit play, take it all in, then get to building! This isn’t perfect, but it gets the job done for a good time!
Did you ever see this? Trey built a FLOATING mini ramp!
“This is how to build a concrete quarter pipe using quikcrete and random concrete and other garbage. Ive been wanting to make one of these for awhile and we found the perfect opportunity. Go out and build your own spots!!”
The latest episode of Trey Jones, Sean Ricany and Jabe Jones hit up the rope swing spot we’ve seen in a few videos and then they catch a session on a flat ledge. This video is pretty light on the riding, but if that’s all you want to see you’ll want to scroll to the 4:15 mark. Enjoy!
“Sean Ricany, Jabe Jones and I went to a rope swing right outside of orlando and then rode a little flat ledge after. It was a good ole time!!”
Here’s the latest FloriDeah video featuring Trey Jones, Jabe Jones and crew catching a session on Trey’s backyard ramp setup. The title is a little click baity because we were thinking Markit Zero car explosion, which we wouldn’t put past Trey, but it was a little less crazy. Either way, there’s some solid riding and it looks like they had plenty of fun blowing up a car.
If you haven’t heard yet, the FloriDeah Swampfest was absolute madness and that’s what made the event so good. Earlier in the day we saw a video Dan Foley put together from the Swamp Fest, but this recap video Ride BMX definitely shows how wild things got on and off the bikes.
“Trey Jones knows how to put on one hell of a jam. From the pallet ramps, the curved wall, the rail across the lake, and a bon fire the size of a house, the Flordeah Swamp Fest was absolutely everything I hoped it would be. Check the highlights…
Thank you to the whole Florida scene for the epic weekend
Music by Nihilist
Film/edit by Ryan Fudger
Shout out to Van Homan for holding the GoPro for me, too.” – Ride BMX
Dan Foley just dropped a raw cut of footage he collected during the FloriDeah Swam Fest Jam that went down this past weekend down in Florida! The setup was ratty, there were a ton of riders to get rowdy and there was some wild riding that went down! Take a look at some of the action in this video. Expect to see a couple more videos from this one pop up over the next few days!
“Raw footage from the Florideah Swamp Fest 2017. It was madness to say the least. Shout out to Trey Jones and everyone who helped make it happen. BMX is the best.
There was also a dirt jam that I didn’t film at all. It was too much fun riding to pick up the camera. Sorry about that.
If you caught the FloriDeah Swampfest Course Preview, you would have seen the ridiculous open loop that was built for the jam. As riders start pouring in and taking a few laps, it looks like everyone is starting to hover around the Open Loop that is taking a bunch of the guys for a ride. The guys that are doing it are saying it’s easy, but there’s a number of guys who got wrecked trying to figure this one out. Take a look at some of the “practice” that went down!
“I couldn’t think of a better title. On the day before the official jam at Flordeah Swampfest, the calm before the storm involved a lot of eating shit. Mat Olson has been the only one shredding this open loop and it took him doing it a couple times to get several people hyped enough to try it…and keep trying. And trying more.” – Ride BMX