ROM’s last show in Europe (2nd to last show before they broke up).
It’s hard to sum up Welcome Jams. My brother and I host two a year and we both look forward to those days more than any other day of the year. They have became a day of riding, hanging with friends, listening to music and partying. Sometimes it feels like a BMX reunion. At the jams, old heads, the local scene and friends from all over the country come to together for one hell of a session. The energy and vibe are one that you can’t get enough of and are always looking forward to having again. The sessions go all day and are full of ‘hell yeahs’ and high fives. This years Winter Welcome Jam at The Wheel Mill did not disappoint by any means. It may have been the best yet. I’m already looking forward to the summer jam. Check out these photos by Murphy Moschetta of what went down.
The Winter Welcome is January 17th at The Wheel Mill. If you’re getting cabin fever and need friends, bikes, music and beer, the Winter Welcome Jam has you covered. Check out Least Most’s coverage of the event last year HERE.
I have been cruising around shooting photos, these are some that were hanging out in my hard drive from late summer to yesterday.
Kyle Hibbard, one footed table.
Lino Gonzalez, double peg at altitude.
John Mayo, X-up foot plant to fakie.
Shane Byrnes and Seth Eithier, on the way to grab a tube.
Seth Eithier, over the threshold feeble to 180.
Jake ‘Webster’ Gayewski, feeble 180 tire touch.
Trevor Ashworth, bank to Ruben-esque wallride.
John Mayo, x-up kinked rail.
Derek Klegraefe, quick tight wallride.
Trevor Ashworth, double pegs 180.
Pablo Mcquire, curved double peg at speed.