This is my first episode of many to come of my new web series I’m calling “Dirt Hicks Freeride Adventures”. From week to week or month to month I’ll occasionally be editing some of my pit-bike and off-road adventures. Thanks for watching and if you enjoyed the webisode then be sure to subscribe!
Here’s a short vid showing a few of the mountian bike obstacles at the Louisville Mega Cavern underground bike park. I wanted to get more footage of the mountain biking section of the park but didn’t get to due to time and other reasons. I keep seeing lots of requests for more footage of the mountain bike terrain in the park so I thought I’d post up this little bit of stuff I did happen to capture.
Here’s a quick look at some of the mountain bike trails at Louisville Mega Cavern’s indoor bike park! As you can tell from the video some of the trails still have some work to be done but what’s complete so far looks to be very fun.
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Looking through some older videos tonight and thought this would make a great throwback thursday vid. Our friend Cheese for whatever reason thought it would be a great idea to face plant in this massive mud hole at Dirty Turtle Off Road. What can I say that’s just Cheese haha.
My buddy James was playing around at some local trails one afternoon and decided to try out his new lockers on this tree near the top of a hill. I actually recorded him the second time he tried it and he didn’t make it as far due to already spinning some ruts on the first go around but still very cool to watch and shows the advantage of having locked differentials.
Bruce Wiles, the original owner and builder of this awesome XJ on one ton axles, takes it for a rough ride up the speed bounty hill at Dirty Turtle Offroad Park in Bedford, Kentucky. The first two attempts are unsuccessful as you can see a good size ledge at the bottom of the hill causes his front wheels to become airborne and not able to steer. The jeep bounces into a pretty good size tree and the Jeep seems to take the hit without damage. A well built rig and good exo-cage allow him a third attempt in which he makes it to the top! The low quality iphone video doesn’t do this monster hill justice but it’s certainly still entertaining to watch.