Work filmed a Day Edit in State College, PA last weekend with John Corts, Tom Beckman, Brad Gibbs, and Andrew Vargason.
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Coronavirus has been throwing wrenches, but it hasn’t stopped us yet. Listen in for current jam details.
You’ll find the current jam flyers, some links mentioned within the podcast, as well as links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle after the jump! Continue reading “2020 Jam Updates: GrindWorks Podcast 044”
This episode is a quick cut-in that has developed over the last couple days as I responded to the first Solo Cast, episode 039. In it, I discuss the overstretching of the GrindWorks branding again, Instajams status update, 2020 Jams announcement, and a couple other housekeeping items.
You’ll find the current jam flyers, some links mentioned within the podcast, as well as links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle after the jump!
As always, we are open to feedback, suggestions, and general comments to help us improve the podcast and the content for you guys. This episode had a lot more editing than I usually put into it. Let us know what you think and who you’d like to see in the future!
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This episode is with Jeff and Mikki of Keystone RampWorks (KSRW) and is the final installment of the now dubbed “Skateparks and Coronavirus” series. KSRW is a park that currently occupies a portion of the Wyoming Valley Sports Dome during the off-season for indoor field sports. Ultimately, their goal is to have a permanent location in the Wilkes-Barre area.
You’ll find some photos I took from KSRW, as well as some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle after the jump! Continue reading “Keystone RampWorks with Jeff and Mikki: Grindworks Podcast 042”
Whoa! Completely forgot to put up the formal release notice for the GrindWorks BMX Podcast episode 041 with Russell Kaye on WedgeWood Ramps skatepark and the impacts of Coronavirus. This one has been uploaded almost a full week now and I realized I never posted it while preparing to post the next episode.
You’ll find some photos I took from WedgeWood Ramps, as well as some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle after the jump! Continue reading “WedgeWood Ramps with Russell Kaye: GrindWorks Podcast 041”
SK8-1-4 is an all-inclusive skatepark in Altoona, PA with a heavy street influence. I sat down with Dub and talked about the history of the park as well as the short and long-term impacts of Coronavirus on SK8-1-4.
There’s some photos after the jump, as well as some links referenced throughout this episode. You’ll also find some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle! Continue reading “SK8-1-4 Park with Dub: GrindWorks Podcast 040”
Here’s the first solo cast to cover some topics that have been on my mind lately. GrindWorks history, overstretching the brand, 2020 Jams, DVD project, and the GrindWorks store.
Some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle can be found after the jump! Continue reading “Solo Cast 1: GrindWorks Podcast 039”
I’m really happy to finally have this episode recorded because Harry and I had this discussion a couple months ago, made basic arrangement to have the discussion via podcast, and then Coronavirus happened and put everyone on Stay-At-Home orders and closed The Wheel Mill for an undetermined amount of time, starting at 15 days, extending to 30, and now at 2 months long, there’s no end in sight for a re-opening.
There’s some more info after the jump to help fill the back-story that is alluded to at the beginning of this episode and will give you some additional context. There’s also some links to the fundraisers, so click to… Continue reading “The Wheel Mill with Harry Geyer: GrindWorks Podcast 038”
The first GrindWorks InstaJam event is Quarantine Barspins. As explained in the InstaJams Announcement Podcast, this is a pretty loose jam event. Do a barspin in your home, apartment, garage, etc… Let’s keep it to the “Stay-at-Home” theme for this one, as it’s Week 0, and at least here in SouthWestern PA, we are still under a stay at home order. Entries are due by 05/16/2020.
Check out after the jump for more details and the few applicable Guidelines. Continue reading “Week 0: Quarantine Barspins – GrindWorks Instajams”
Jams and contests seem to be a question on everyone’s minds right now as we begin to re-emerge from nation-wide stay-at-home orders and quarantines, while restrictions on gatherings remain in place. We have been trying to come up with an alternative for the last month or so and decided on a set of weekly InstaJams. Listen in for more details and check out the @grindworks_bmx Instagram for the flyers and more details as each event goes live!
There’s lots of good content after the jump and also some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle! Continue reading “InstaJams Announcement: GrindWorks Podcast 037”