Here’s a a bunch of leftover clips from the now gone, Lynnwood trails. This video isn’t really scraps or leftovers… It’s just a reminder of how amazing that place had to be. Take a peek!
S&M – Dan Closser – Rest In Peace, Lynnwood Trails
It always sucks seeing awesome trails in edits and knowing they no longer exist. This new S&M Bikes edit sucks because I know these are gone. However, the footage of Dan Closser flying through the woods is awesome and I’m really stoked on that. I like this one for sure. Style for miles.
“Seattle’s Dan Closser rides these memorable Lynnwood trails that were torn down this past year. Dude’s smooth flow and dialed trail skills are worth checking out.
A few words from Tyler Deschaine, who made this edit: “I’ve wanted to film an edit with Dan Closser ever since I first rode with him years back. I gotta say Dan is one of the smoothest riders around. His silent bike and dialed trail skills actually make it hard to film him. You can never hear when he’s coming down the line! We all had a rough fall this year losing our spot Lynnwood, so this edit has a deeper meaning that most would know. But one thing is for sure, Dan killed every line there, and this edit highlights that.
Big deep heart felt thank you goes out to all Shovel and the Lynnwood locals that helped make that place what it was. This project wouldn’t have been possible without all of you!
Also a shout out to Kurt, Project, and Cale at Solstice, the Dart locals and Black Diamond!”
Filmed / Edited: Tyler Deschaine
Additional Filming: Shovel and Jon Bonthius
Artist: Ten Years After
Song: I’d Love to Change the World
Album: A Space In Time“
Lynnwood Trails – Rest In Peace
Losing a set of trails after putting years of work into them is like losing a child… Now, I haven’t had a kid, but I can imagine that’s what it would be like. I’ve shed a tear or two seeing something I built get plowed. Just saying. Can You Dig It posted up this video that was put together to remember the good times at Lynnwood before it was shut down.
“Some shots of the Lynnwood Trails from the last few years. Some of the best years of my life! Cheers to the crew for making it so rad!” – DRC