The Freddy Pulman Show
A nice little video of Freddy Pulman bravely riding Woburn in the snow!
A nice little video of Freddy Pulman bravely riding Woburn in the snow! Here's what they have to say about it.
Many months in the making, the Freddy Pulman show was started with a spring road trip with a couple of mates Freddy & I to find some sandy, rideable jumps. We went away over the Easter break for a few days and had a non-stop banter filled trip with some unusually cold but typically British bad weather making both riding and filming tough.
First stop was Woburn. With the forecast of snow we were keen to get a few hours riding in before it came. After the first day of riding we still needed more footage so the following day after an entire night of snow, we headed back there. Typical Freddy decided that he wanted to ride anyway so began shovelling the snow off the jumps. Riding in the snow and still sending it, the footage worked out pretty well!
The decision now had to be made on where we would head to next. PORC trails in Kent had apparently had snow but Sheet near Portsmouth hadn't. After a lot of bitching between the lads, inevitably it was a no-brainer! So we headed to Sheet. After a freezing ride we decided it was best to head home, as our enthusiasm was completely drained thanks to the terrible weather.
A week later I took a day trip with Freddy to the infamous Lymington trails. As I’m sure you can see he was emptying his trick bag over and over again. But that wasn't it! He was soon on a mission to learn new tricks; double truck drivers and flip bars were soon stomped and on film. The kid went nuts!
Finally we went for an evening ride at our local spot. The GoPro shot sums up the mad twisty trails of copse trails but don't do it justice how technical that line actually is. Or how high Freddy actually went on that last jump, aptly named NASA.
With Freddy already progressing his riding further than what was caught here on camera, keep an eye out for "the Freddy Pulman show 2" when it comes out later in the year sometime. 36 foot doubles in the woods I hear you say??