Bored Of Your Normal MTB Trails? | Dirt Shed Show Ep. 206

Bored Of Your Normal MTB Trails? | Dirt Shed Show Ep. 206


– Coming up, we ask you, are
you bored of your own trails? And what do you do if you are? – I’m going somewhere new Mr. Ashton. – Oh my God. It’s the Dirt Shed Show!
– It’s the Dirt Shed Show! – Welcome to the Dirt Shed Show with Chain Reaction Cycles of course, and added Blake Samson. – Oh and Mr. Ashton. – Yes, we’re talking about
lots of things fun this week but most importantly, what do you do if you’re bored of your own trails, Blake? – Go find something else. – Well there’s lots of things you can do but we’re gonna be getting to
all the normal stuff as well. We’ve got a bit of a quiz for you. Gonna be going into the bike vault, got some great hacks bodges. – I’m looking forward to hacks. – Really good this week. Gonna give away £100. – Do we have sender of the week? – We’ve got a send of the week. I got a few send of the weeks actually, that is really popular,
I’m really enjoying that. Yeah, all that coming up but
first, let’s talk about it, what do you do if you’re
bored of your own trails? ‘Cause, Blake, you must have had this. We all ride the same stuff quite a lot and after a while you can get
a bit tired of it, you can. – You can yes, it gets a bit monoto-mous. – Monoto-mous. – It’s the Blake Samson dictionary. – Yes, that’s the Blake Samson, new one for the Blake Samson dictionary. Monoto-mous. Right, yes, it can get
monoto-mous sometimes. – So, dirt jumping, back in the day when I rode the same old
dirt jump consistently over and over and over and over again, it gets a bit boring. So I tend to build something new, that’s how I spiced up my local trail. I built something new. – Yeah, I mean, that’s
one way you can do it, build a new but of trail
and be inventive basically, use it in a different way. So, you went to the trails the other day and did this, look at this. Crazy stuff on this stump, stump stunts. – [Blake] Yeah, stump stunts. Fail of the week, fails and
bails, there was everything. – There was all sorts of action. Oh my God, look at that,
that is incredible. That is a great video, mate, I love that. So, that’s one way you can do it. If your trail’s getting boring, you can look at it in a
different way, be inventive. Maybe if you know it’s a quiet trail, try and cut in a new corner
or something like that, ’cause that place you
ride you can just create– – I can just create anything I want, yeah. – Some trails you can’t do that though. – Within reason. – Don’t just go cutting in corners– – Don’t go digging up trails. – On trails that are being managed. Yeah, so they can get boring. One way to handle a boring
trail life is get inventive, try something new, think
about it in a different way. Talking about thinking
about it in a different way and making it not boring, what about this? Adding a sail to your bike. – What the hell? – [Mr. Ashton] Look at it! – [Blake] Is he tryna sail? – You know I like KickStarter, I went on KickStarter and I found this, this is a real thing, it’s
tryna get funding right now. I’m gonna put the link in the
description down below to this because I think it should get funded. You can put a sail on your bike and basically go yacht-cycling. I don’t know what you call it, look at it! – That is ridiculous. – That’s different, you wouldn’t
get bored of that quickly. – Imagine having that on
a fat bike in the desert. With desert winds. – Wow you know how to make bikes (bleep). Wow! That was literally everything,
– I thought you could go– – (bleep) About bikes in one go! Maybe, it might work, you never know. I mean, yeah, so. Be inventive, change it up,
add a sail to your bike, or other things that would
be maybe more practical. – But we’re not sure. I think we should test that sail out. – Go somewhere new. – Well, it’s come out to
that at last right, Blake. You are all about
traveling around the world. Making a lovely video
about riding your bike in different places and you’re
going on a trip right now. – Right now I am vacating. – So actually, let’s do
it right now, vacate, go. – [Blake] Yeah. Yeah, the finish! Nice! – Whoa. – Yeah, I’m back. – I hope you’re enjoying that trip. – I really enjoying it. – You don’t know do you. – I don’t know. I still have not tanned. No tan yet.
– It’s coming. Oh, you’re gonna have a
great tan when you come back. – I’m looking forward to it. – That looks so much fun, so there you go! You gotta change it up! Make your trail fun or go somewhere else and freshen your life up on your bike. Right, it’s time to get on
with the rest of the show but first, the latest news. This weeks news. Now, as you can see, Blake and
Neil have gone out to Chile and the first bit of
fun they’re gonna have was at Red Bull Valparaiso, this incredible race where
everyone goes firing down this urban run that’s full
of steps and tight turns and really slippery dusk covered corners. Nasty race, pretty tricky,
not sure I’d wanna do that one but looked like Blake made his way down. The results, well, we’re gonna
go back over to Neil in Chile to give us the results
and tell us what happened. – It was a dramatic
race here at Valparaiso, Tomas Slavik, who’s won the race the last two years running
and qualified fastest, last ride down the hill,
had a massive crash, he’s damaged his ankle so get well soon, it is just ligament damage so
get well soon Tomas Slavic. So the win went to the local
Chilean rider Pedro Farrera, second was Felipe Agurto and
Johannes Fischbach in third. Oh, and Blake came 25th out of 25. – He’s not about speed,
he’s about style, man, give him a break. I’ll tell you what, one thing
that did happen at that race is that when Farrera took the win, he realized it the moment
that Slavik went down on his final run because
he’d qualified fastest and went down last round. Lot of people not happy
with how Farrera jumped up and celebrated straight away, not yet knowing if Slavik was okay so it’s good to know that
Slavik’s kind of okay, looks like he got away with it because it was a very, very nasty crash. But yeah, little bit of a
question of sportsmanship there in that race which
is interesting, I suppose. Dunno if it’s valid because we don’t know if he could see the crash
at the point of celebrating and he had just won 10
grand in his home race. So, there you go, bit of news. Next up in the news, Shelly Flood riding riding for Deity Products in this great video, Koala, love it. This girl’s got style for miles, she is going quick, getting a lot of sound out of those tires on the turns, nearly a raw edit, some music
over the top but nevermind. Yeah, very cool video and
yeah, very promising rider. I think we’ll be seeing a lot
more of her in the future. Finally, we saw the release
of Sram’s AXS componentry, this wireless group-set that just looks absolutely incredible. Controls your dropper post as well. It’s been teased for a few years now but it’s out and it’s gonna be
available, I think, in March. GMBN got our hands on it early and we’ve got a video of
Neil testing that stuff out and Doddy’s also taken a
really good look at it. Very nice looking bit of kit, definitely would like that on my bike if that’s possible anybody? Yeah, see if we can get that organized. Next up, the UCI have announced that Glasgow will be the first city to host the All Cycling
World Championships in 2023. So this is 13 disciplines of cycling across BMX, road, track, mountain bike, mountain bike trails,
absolutely incredible. It’ll all be happening Glasgow in 2023, it’s gonna be regular from that point on every four years, All
Cycling World Championships in different regions around the globe. So that is really cool and
congratulations to Glasgow, we will definitely be there. The cross-country will be taking place, and I know the track it’s gonna be on now, it’s gonna be on the
Commonwealth Games course that they used in Cathkin Braes. I’ve not been there actually but the downhill will be
on Fort William of course and Glentress will have the marathon, so lots going on for mountain biking in the All Cycling World Championships. GMBN will be having a
bit of that for sure. DarkFest, finishing up, that’s been going on over the weekend, incredible jumps, this event
just gets bigger and bigger. Some incredible riding going on, if you’ve hashtag DarkFest,
you’ll know all about it. Brendan Fairclough looking
absolutely amazing, flipping over this hip,
which I really, really liked. Lots of style, of course, from Brendan which we’re used to. And Adolf Silva throwing a massive double backflip on the final stepup. A very entertaining rider,
only just got round, that definitely got the
heartbeat pumping that one. But there you go, that’s this week’s news. Let’s get back on with the show. – Very interesting news Mr. Ashton. – Very, very. Good news week. – Good news week.
– I like it. Right, Blake, I’ve got a quiz. It’s sort of the questions about you. – Right, yeah.
– So you know the answer. – I know the answer. – There’s sort of an answer for you. – And the answer is
I’m not gonna tell you. – So the quiz is, right, in the stump stunt video
that’s just been out which we loved, Blake,
more of that please, how many times did Blake Samson crash in one day in that video? Here’s some of the crashes. But that’s not all of them. So how many times did Blake
crash making that video? While you think about it, let’s take a look at this
weeks sends of the week. (rock music) – What the hell? – People are sending it. – They are! – Proper sending it. I like that one down the
grass bank, actually– – [Blake] That was pretty good. – What was your favorite? – I think mine is Lukas. – Lukas.
– The guy from Austria in the snow, he took the– – Oh the three, yeah! – [Blake] Like his body’s all super cold and he’s sending it and he crushes– – [Mr. Ashton] Look at him casing! Oh my God. – At least he’s got a
full suspension bike. – But he went for it. – He did send it.
– Sent it! – He sent it. – Very nice, Lukas. My favorite was DC’s. – Oh yes! – That drop to flat, look at it! – [Blake] Flat down. – Oh my God, see how his
weight get at the back there and he nearly loops out after his landing. – Imagine it dropped a little bit more. – Sending it is what it’s all about, if you’ve got a send of the week, make sure you go to our
uploader and upload it. Remember, sending it is
just going a bit further than you think you can,
just adding that little bit. Everyone can do it. Yeah, great send of the weeks
DC and Lukas, superstars. Right, it’s time for the answer
to the quiz question, Blake. So we asked you guys what do you think, how many times did Blake crash in one day? In one day! – One day, it’s the
most I’ve ever crashed. Not it’s not. – What was the answer?
– 21 times. – 21. – 21 times. – [Man] You are bad. – I was sending it, man! – You were sending it, you did well on video, it was very funny. – It hurt, some of them. – 21 crashes, but if you think that’s bad, take a look at these fails and bails. (circus music) – [Camera Man] Jack? – Way! – Argh! – Ah! Oh my God! – Hacks and bodges, hacks
and bodges, hacks and bodges! Hacks and bodges, hacks and
bodges, hacks and bodges! – Let’s do it! Hacks and bodges. – We’re actually–
– I’ve actually gone dizzy. – The camera moved down. – We were too loud. – We were rocking out too hard. – Yes, hacks and bodges
with Chain Reaction Cycles, £100 to give give away.
– A hundred smackaroonies. – Yes, absolutely. I’m gonna start with this one from Judah. This is a great idea. He’s taken a sock– – [Blake] I live POV
camera hacks and bodges. – [Mr. Ashton] He’s taken a sock and– – [Blake] It’s a wind muffler thing. – Yeah, to stop wind noise when
you’re out with your GoPro. – Now that’s clever. – It’s just a bit of cut up sock. Isn’t that clever. – Is it work good? We should, we need some footage. – We’d like to hear some
footage but it’s a great idea. He says it works, he
thinks it’s a great idea so it saved him buying one of those little frames to put them in. Good idea.
– Very good, that’s a hack. – I don’t know if it’s a winner this week. It’s a hard week to win but
it’s a good effort, like it. – Ooh, that went through– – He deliberately doesn’t catch it. What have you got? – I got one, it’s from Michael
in Melbourne, Australia. – Michael, what have you done? – [Blake] This is his pickup truck, there’s a few more
photos up on the screen. It’s a bike grate. Like how he’s improvised steel tubes– – Yeah little bit of piping.
– For a 20 mil axle or 15. You can hold two bikes in
the back of that truck. – That is very cool, he’s
got a little dog in the back. – Yep, trail dog.
– Like that a lot! – Like that, nice one Michael. – That’s very neat and the
finished item, very professional. – It does look pro, doesn’t it? – Look at that, two bikes sat there. That’s good. – Nice, well done. (clattering) Wow, he still– – Honestly, he literally
throws it on the floor. – Butter fingers. – Okay and I’ve got, I
think I’ve got a winner, hands down winner this week. Sorry guys, I think this is it. – Hands down. – Look at this from Grega. A rear shock with a nice coil. – Yeah, no, but listen to this story. Well, here’s a proper hack for you guys. I had a very old X-Fusion Vector Coil Sock lying around that fit my Canyon Spectral but that shock only
had rebound adjustment. I also had a Fox Vanilla RC
Shock which was a 222 by 70 mil so way too long to fit the Spectral so I decided to make a franken-shock. So he took two shocks
and made this coil shock that fits his Spectral. He not has a perfectly
working 190 50 mil coil shock with rebound and compression settings. It works perfectly and
recycled two solid shocks that were just lying around. – Whoa! – That’s pretty… Look at that work that went into that. – That is amazing. – Incredible. – That’s a winner, init? – That is, you win that. – Catch that! He caught the one. – ‘Cause it’s worth it. – Grega you are our winner
this week, that’s £100. That’s a voucher to use
in Chain Reaction Cycles, let us know what you’re gonna buy. You obviously are gonna do
something pretty cool with it because that’s one of the best
hacks or bodges I’ve seen. – I got a good idea what you
could spend the money on. A new proof coil spring. They got new range of them. – That would be perfect,
that would be perfect. That is fantastic. Hack or bodge, you got one? Send it in to the uploader and you could be winning £100 next week. Right, time for the caption contest. Last weeks photo, look at this. Jumping through the trees, look at that. Like that a lot. This got some really good captions. First one is from Wanna Ride Bikes, “Like a glove.” The old Ace Ventura line. – Like a glove through through the tree. Robert Benassai says
who needs a chainshore. Who needs a chain, awh man. – Who needs a chainsaw. – “Who needs a chainsaw
when you have a bike?” Sorry, Robert, I murdered
your caption just then. Unlucky. Want another one? – Yes please. – Matt Shane says, “Mountain
bikers, born of Mother Nature.” That is brilliant.
– That’s a good one. – That is brilliant.
– I like that. – It’s like the legs of Mother. It’s actually kind of
gruesome if you think about it but it’s very clever. – Actually I didn’t think of it like that. – It’s very clever. I like that a lot, that
could be the winner, Matt. Last one, Elliot McFarlane, “Mate, I think you’re
barking up the wrong tree.” – Ah, that’s a good one. – So predictable.
– That’s quite original. – So predictable!
– It’s original. Yeah it is, yeah.
– No. – I think Mother Nature. – Matt Shane, you are
the winner there with “Mountain bikers, born of Mother Nature.” you have won yourself a GMBN water bottle, it’s on its way to you now, kind of. Yeah, if you wanna win a
water bottle like the one– – Oh (bleep). (bleep) Jack! – Oh no, just stop it. I don’t know it’s just
weird letter coming up. Right, as for this weeks photo where you can win this
GMBN water water– (bleep). We’re rubbish at this! Right, for this weeks caption where you can win this GMBN water bottle, look at this photo of
this, look at this bike. – [Blake] Now that– – [Mr. Ashton] This is
Daniel’s homemade wooden bike. – [Blake] Is a work of art. – In New Zealand, it’s
incredible, isn’t it? – That is insanely good craftsmanship. – But what do you say about it? I don’t know, give us a caption to that and you could win the GMBN
water bottle, it’s a win win. – Hate to get a puncture? – Yeah, I would hate to
get a puncture, yeah. I’m gonna think of one, let’s see. – Don’t get a splinter. – You’re good at this, stop it. Stop it right now. – [Jack] I wood like that bike? – There’s some (laughing). That was awesome. I wood like that bike, yes. If you think you can beat that and win this GMBN water bottle, good luck. In the comments section down
below, that’s how you do it. Coming up on the channel this week. Blake, what can we look forward to? – Essential skills but you can learn them literally on the flat ground! You don’t need anything else,
apart from a bench, maybe. But you’ll have to see it.
– Genius. I’m looking forward to that. What about the old Mini-Kicker Challenge? – I built this mini-kicker
and then what I thought, let’s take it the woods and
use our mountain bikes on it. It was pretty fun. – Look at that, that looks good. Yeah, I’m looking forward to that one. Bit of a conversation going
on, bit of a conversation. Remember last week, Blake, we were talking about KickStarters. – Yes, yeah. – Yeah, you know we
had those three things. Did they get funding or not and we were talking about
the sail-bike today. Which is a good KickStarter, go fund it, we could all have sail on our bikes. So Better & Better said, “The real question is,
these KickStarter projects, “they get funded, but
do that get shipped?” – Do they just steal your money? – Well I don’t know if
it’s stealing your money but does, you know what I mean? Does it actually come to
fruition and these things go out? I know that bell’s gone out because I’ve had people commenting saying that they’ve got
it and it’s brilliant. – Doddy said he’s seen it in the shops. – Everyone’s going crazy
about that bell, it’s a bell! – It’s a beautiful bell. – Anyway. Tommy Rowland says, “the
buzzcut looks sexy.” – Oh yes, bit hit and miss. – It feels incredible. Jack, have you felt his head? – [Jack] I have, yeah. He purred like a cat. – I’ve purred like a cat, yeah. – What about this, building bikes. You know I was talking about building your own bike last week. – You’d built that one because
we were speaking about that. – Well, this puts me in my place. Miquel Naudi says he 13 years old, he did a bike project at school where he built a bike, right? So if you want to learn a lot of things, try and build your own bike. It’s not easy but it’s worth it and it helps you for
the rest of your life. Wise words from a 13 year old. And he says the feeling when
you finish is unbelievable so he gives everyone his
support for trying it. That’s a 13 year old kid. – He’s got a bright future ahead of him. Engineering. – Prove he’s not the only one out there, Rovert Win says, “Done it. “Bamboo Bicycle Club in London.” Built himself a Bamboo fat bike, he’s done 300 kilometers on it. – Wow. Fat bike. – Oh and lastly, right. You know I did my little
Master Mind set last week when we were talking about our bikes. Ashford MTB said, “Hang on, “did Martyn sit down
into a chair just then?” – Look at this, look. Okay so back in 2003, I started my own Bike Brand, Ashton Bikes. Yes, I’m sitting down. Got ya! I’m not paralyzed at all. No I am really, I got
you the other way around. I pretended to sit down. Anyway. Apparently! Moving on with the show,
we’ve got some post. – Jack the postman.
– Jack’s handing in the post. What’s this? – Jack’s the postman. It says YouTube on it! Is it? – How do I get in it? – Is it gold? I smells gold. There it is. – Look at that. Yeah! – Look at that! It’s gold. – It feels amazing. – For passing 1.00– – Read the letter, read the letter. – We have got a letter. It says here, YouTube headed
paper by Susan Wojcicki. Says, you’re bigger than Vancouver, you’re bigger than Venice,
you’re bigger than Las Vegas. I think that’s in population. 1 million subscribers,
you’ve imagined that that day day is long time ago. – I tell you what, I
thought it would never come. – Or maybe you never thought
it would grow so big. Either way, not much can
match the satisfaction of finding out that the
creativity, the ideas, that your voice speaks 1
million people across the globe. – Incredible. – It’s amazing, and it carries on. – Thank you all for subscribing and welcome to all the new ones that are joining us along for the ride. Million subscribers, that
is going up in the shed somewhere, pride of place. Very, very cool. – Thank you very much again. – Jack, catch this. – [Jack] No. – He freaked out. He was like, no. – Love the bike vault. – We love it.
– Love it. It’s just been a main stead
of the Dirt Shed Show. Love seeing your bikes, I love it. Right, let’s get in and
have a look at some of them. – Ooh.
– Kevin. A Cotic Rocket Max. – Erotic.
– Cotic, Cotic. That’s a cool bike. – I thought you said Cotic erotic. – This is in the Peak
District national park. I think we’re gonna have
a lot of snowy pictures– – Yeah I think we are. – It snowed in the UK and
everyone’s well chuffed about it. – That’s nice. – Yeah, it’s nice, I think it’s nice. – It’s nice, I like that mudguard thing. – I think this is a super nice, dude. – Super nice! Ooh I like that a lot. Ooh, that’s an old Pace. That’s an old Pace. – Super nice for Andy’s Pace RD 100. – So retro that thing is. – That is cool. – Chris Akrigg, superstar of trials rider who rides for Mongoose,
he used to ride for Pace and he had a little trials bike built in that same tubing system. Very cool. – Very cool. – Yeah, very cool–
– Very retro corner. – Love it. – Oh, YT. – Yeah, Jeff C, come on. – Jeff C. – What we giving that? – Nice. – That’s in Indiana. It’s nice, nice? – Super nice. Looks like a new bike there– – That is three super nices already. – Oh, yeah, like it.
– No. California, where Santa Cruz is? – Yeah, San Francisco. Oh it is, that is the home of Santa Cruz. – It’s high tech, it’s nice. – It’s nice.
– Nice shot, that. Nice, like it. Next up. – What are the colors on that? – Fruity. – Fresh. – Jon’s Cube Reaction in North Devon. – That’s beautiful. – It’s nice. – It’s set up good. – That reminds me of Sam Pilgrims ridley? What was the thing he– – Ridley. I saw that hanging up. It’s nice, nice colors. – Yeah nice. – Oh a Mongoose. – That’s a retro. That is a retro DH bit of kit, that. – That is nice. – Look at that, it’s Josh’s 2008 Mongoose. – How Mongoose has come
a long way from that, ay? And also like, I-drive. – It’s all right that one, it’s nice. – It’s nice. – Pretty set makes them
look better than they are. Next up is Rich’s Intense. – That’s intense! – It is intense, it’s Tracer DVO. Isn’t, wait, no, that’s not
Peaslake in the UK is it? Pitch Hill Surrey. – Pitch Hill in Surrey Hills. – That is. – That’s where Jack’s from, init? – [Jack] Yep. – That is Peaslake, right? I remembered those little concrete things. – We’re heading to
Rogate for some airtime. – Yeah, super nice there! – You know, you can’t
just give super nices ’cause they’re your local, right? – Actually no, but that’s a nice Intense ’cause the nice coil shocks, really nice. Ooh, that looks like, I can… That looks like Swinley Forest. – That is Paul’s Calibre Bossnut Evo. – Where?
– In Swinley Forest. – Wow, how did I know where them trees? That is crazy. – It does say Swinley
Forest next to it, Blake. – Oh right, yeah. – But I’d say that’s a super nice. I mean, it does say it there. – Oh, there he is! – It’s the wooden bike,
it’s Daniel’s wooden bike, homemade in New Zealand, North Island. – How many hours did it
take him to make that? – Bike made of ash, walnut and oak. 22 gears, Shimano osigne,
11 three disk breaks, Shimano XT 203 racing tires. That is just an incredible looking thing. If ever there was need
for more than super nice, I mean you could literally, it’s a piece of furniture that
you could put in your house. – That is very super nice. – It’s the slow ring.
– It’s the slow ring. – Right out, super nice. – That is super, super nice. – Fair play, that’s amazing. – Oh wow, that’s beautiful. – So good, so good. Right, now we’ve got–
– What the hell? – Samid’s Silverback Stride. I hate that bike. I mean we went from that
beautiful handmade wooden bike to one with, what’s got
rear-view mirrors on it. – He’s got two bikes as well. – There’s two bikes in there,
one of them’s a road bike, the other one’s got
rear-view mirrors in it. It’s in Dubai, the water looks amazing. – It looks warm– – Doesn’t the water look– – Looks so good. – Anyway, it’s nice but the other one was the top end of super nice, we are at the very bottom end of nice. Very bottom end. – Good try, nice. Kickstand on that. – Now look at that Marin. – The retro Marin pulled
us out of the dirt. Luca’s Marin Muirwoods 1994. – This was the second bike with bar ends. – No, the other one had wing
mirrors, this is bar ends. – No, no. – Oh, was there one with? – The, erm–
– Oh yeah, the Pace! The Pace had bar ends,
well it’s of that time. – It is of that time. It’s worthy works, I like it. – I like it a lot. – That’s super nice.
– Super nice. Anything retro’s gonna
get a super nice from me. In Albany, Western Australia. Except for that last one
because that looked old and it was still horrible,
I’m offended by that bike. Next up, we’ve got Nathan’s. I’m joking–
– Yeah, I know. We know you know you hate it. – This is Nathan’s Borealis Echo. – That is a fat bike in
it’s natural element. – You love that don’t you? – I love fat bikes so I’ve
got a soft spot for fat bikes. – Half way point of a two hour ride. – Super nice. – Super nice. – (gasp) – Wow, Blake got excited. – That’s my bike. – Is it actually your bike? – No, it’s not, I’m not allowed. – This is Rockstar5752’s– – I’ve got that bike. – Nukeproof Mega. – I like it. – It’s in New South Wales in Australia. – It’s made it’s way
all the way over there? – Super nice, rung that bell already. – Done it.
– Great, great, nice bike. – Oh wow, look at that. – Orange Five is it? Yeah, Orange Five. – Oh wow. – Callum’s Orange Five,
Northern Highlands in Scotland. Lot’s of snow.
– That’s nice. That is a lot of snow. – Very cool. – Did he just– – Yep, yep. – That’s the last bike in
the bike vault, that’s nice. We had a good one, that was a good one. – The bike’s this week, I mean, we had some spectacular highs, some bumpy lows down
there, some bumpy lows. But, if your bike can get a super nice, and why wouldn’t it, right? Send it in to the GMBN uploader, link is in the description down below. We would love to see it, wouldn’t we? – We would love to see it. – Definitely, even Jack wants to see. – Jack loves it. – Shop shout-out, right look at this. First up, we have got
the metallic season back. Popular by popular demand, black season and the
metallic season’s back. – It’s coming back! I love this, I like the gold one. – [Mr. Ashton] Gold one’s very cool. – [Blake] Gold’s my fave. – So they are back in the
shop a limited time only, then do them in little batches? – Yeah, special editions these are. – So they are back. So head over shop for those. – I’m gonna get on there
ready and order one. – In the shop we have got this. This is very cool, these are gonna be– – These are very special. – You can pre-order your bike
stickers arriving next week. They’re not gonna be around for long. – They’re not actual bike. They’re bike stickers bike– – Bike protection stickers.
– Bike frame, yeah. – So they’re actually see-through and it’s like this thick, can
you see that thick plastic? – Super durable. – And where would you put these, Blake? Where’s sort of– – So, I’m gonna put
that one on my top tube. I’m gonna put these down on
my chain, on my chain stay. These probably where my feet
rub my chain stay on the side. Jack would love these. I’d maybe put these some, you
know, where it rubs a lot. – So, they’re in in the shop,
you can pre-order them now. – [Jack] Are you gonna
put them on your bike? Your new bike? – I’m gonna put these on my
new bike definitely, 100%, but I can’t talk about
that to anyone else. – It’s a very special bike. – Very special bike, in fact… What a show! – What an epic show Mr. Ashton. – Gold button! Trips to South America! Ways to improve your trails
if you’ve got a bit bored, it had it all. – And we’ve got frame protection! – And frame protection. Anyway, thank you for
watching the show this week, we’ve really enjoyed having you. If you would like to
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