Head over to The Least Most for a photogallery with Brian Foster by Steve Crandall from a full 4-hours in Richmond, Virginia where Brian cruised the Lost Bowl and Gilles Creek trails! There are a few rad photos like the one above that you’ll want to see.
The Least Most just premiered the new Country Clubbin’ video by Andy Maguire that has been a long time coming. Check out all 25 minutes of pure goodness then hit this link for a quick Q&A. Hell yeah, Andy!
“It may not be “Chasing Mavericks,” but at least you won’t find Gerard Butler on this all-star cast!
Starring: Jeff Murphy, Silent Mike, Jackson Allen, Mike Hernandez, Andy Maguire, Guy French, Anthony Quiroz, George Kurtow, Jordan Murdock, Nate Delp, Joey Cobbs, Jay Gallher, Winston “Reed” Zirjacks, Troy Thomae, Tim Maguire, Grant Miedema, Nathan Parker, Andrew Heath, Tron, Mario Alonso, Mike Hutchins, Kurt Siever, Eric Hennessey, Johnny Wu, Dusty Sampson
The Ramones – “California Sun”
The Drifters – “Under the Boardwalk”
The Vandals – “Theme from Glory Daze”
Billy Preston – “Nothing from Nothing”
The Billy Nayer Show – “Baby”
Tater Famine – “Lost Boys”
Dan P and the Bricks – “Sweat for It”
NOFX – “Love Story”
The Maytones – “Money Worries”
Tilt – “Berkeley Pier”
The Vandals – “It’s a Fact””
Make your way over to the Least Most website for an interview with Tristan Adams about the ramp setup he has built for him and his friends to ride. Sounds like it’s a damn fun spot.
Korey Kryder put together a selection of photos from the Casselberry trails over on the Least Most. It sounds like the city is inching closer to getting their wish of plowing one of the best trails in the planet. Still can’t believe that shit…
The Least Most got the premier of Geoff Slattery’s section from the Anthem II Declassified edits that have been popping up today. Words can’t describe how damn good Geoff is and I’m just going to tell you to hit play right now, because these unseen clips from the Anthem II video are more than a MUST SEE!
“It doesn’t sound like much of a compliment to say that the only part I fast-forward through in Anthem II is the beginning of Geoff Slattery’s section. The Ramada Death Gap attempt broke bones, induced cringes and settled any rumors about that gap in Austin, Texas. Watching that once or twice at regular speed was enough for me. The remainder of Geoff’s Anthem II section is amazing. Fast, wild, and smooth all at the same time.
Stew Johnson was awesome enough to let us host this Anthem Declassified edit he put together of Geoff. What you’re about to see is a legitimate full-length section comprised of clips that didn’t make the Anthem II final cut. Crazy.” – Jason Morris / The Least Most