22/12/2010 | 24 comments
Derek Kost and his friend Jordan have been busy digging in Surrey, BC, Canada. No sign of any snow in the shots yet but just take a look at the size of that rock that they’ve shifted, that’s got to be in the running to win the “biggest-rock-shifted-by-hand” competition.
Derek says: “We have a riding spot in a local forest called Invergarry. It’s located in Surrey, BC, Canada. This spot was hand-built by my friend Jordan and I. We now have twenty-two jumps in this small area. Everything from small table tops for the young riders to the latest ‘big line’ of twenty foot gaps. There are six main lines to hit with plenty of opportunities to transfer and add flair to the jumps. I hope the readers enjoy our hard work. More info here.
We are currently working with the city to try and get this forest made into a real bike park. Hopefully this exposure on Dirt can help us.”
Remember to send all your hard grafting Winter Digging stories to Billy
Go-Pro jump digging timelapse.