Looks like a lot of hungry riders showed up ready to take a bite during the second stop of the ABQ/DNV Eat The Streets jam series. After a long picnic, the crew hit a few rails—with the main course being a session on a knobbed rail—then desert was a classic ninja drop.
The second stop of ABQ DNV’s Eat The Streets 2015 jam series went down in Albuquerque, New Mexico. With the success of the recent ETS Denver Jam we were excited to see what New Mexico would have in store. The level of riding exceeded our expectations, and even more important that was seeing that all involved had an amazing afternoon on their bikes!
“Albuquerque Eat The Streets has come and gone with so many great memories made with old friends and new ones. We knew this stop in Albuquerque was going to be a serious one just based off our large following in ABQ as well as all our past events here. We have been doing events in ABQ for over a decade and have been pushing our local scene in all ways possible.
One of the most amazing things about this stop was the younger following that came to watch and participate in Eat The Streets. To see these kids out riding bikes and being beyond excited to watch and see whats moves the guys would do on all the different setups was amazing! This is why we do what we do, we throw these jams to showcase how fun BMX is for all ages and that everyone can participate with all levels of riding. For our love of BMX brings us together.
The level of riding on this ETS was a bit gnarly but ABQ never disappoints. The sessions at all the spots had tons of people but it turned into a heavy sessions with a few of our ABQDNV boys with the crowds going off for them. Hope you enjoy watching this video as much as we did making it. Thank you for all your support and following us in what we do, If it was not for the BMX community we would not be able to put on these events. Thank you all and heres to the next one!” – Mario Carrasco / ABQ DNV
Filmed and edited by Andrew Knight and Mario Carrasco
Additional filming Cody Austin