DIG just put up their last gallery piece of Pool’s Gold with this last installment called ‘Minimal Mischief’, be sure to check it out here>>. Check out 1 and 2 of Pool’s Gold while you’re at it.
“One week later, I was back on a plane; looking back, this trip was all I could have hoped for, and a lot more. No, this wasn’t the secret kickoff of filming for Criminal Mischief 2; it was more along the lines of Minimal Mischief with some old friends, with a little trespassing involved, of course.” – DIG
Jason: This was a pool I had been by before, but someone was living in the house and it was sort of off-limits. Then I saw a photo of some dudes riding it, and it was on. It’s different; it’s more of a bank to Jersey barrier. You have more options than you normally would. It was fun. If I owned a house and I commissioned a pool, and they built me that, I’d be like, “What the fuck is this thing?”
DIG just dropped part two of their Pool’s Gold video, and this is the one where the guys go heavy in pools around SoCal. Enns has a slew of good clips in here that you won’t wanna miss! Also check out part 1 if you missed it here>>
DIG just dropped their Pool’s Gold 1 video with 3 legends, Garrett Byrnes, Van Homan and our own Jason Enns. They ride some amazing spots and had some fun in the process. Video by Stew Johnson
If you haven’t yet seen Jason’s new Wisdom Of The Ages from DIG feature, check it out here>>
Jason has a great piece over on Dig featuring some amazing photos and 5 slices of wisdom from a 39 year old man who’s come full circle with his passion for BMX.
Give this a read, you wont be disappointed.
“At 39, it’s safe to say Jason Enns is content with whatever he chooses to do on a bike. He’s long past losing sleep over filming some banger clip for his next web edit, stressing over stacking clips during a sponsor-funded trip, or stepping up his flat ledge repertoire. A lot may have changed for Jason since the days of having the opener in the seminal video “Criminal Mischief.” But some things haven’t- he continues to be sponsored pro, continues to kill it.” -Dig
Getting an email from Enns with a few of his new GoPro/ Instagram shoots is always a treat for a couple of reasons; 1 being that you know they’re going to be of a good trick, and 2 you know they’re going to be on some spot that nobody has seen before. Check out the proof here and after the jump. more
Jason just sent over some of his better Instagram photos to use for the blog that he’s collected this past month or so. Still don’t know how the hell he finds such amazing spots but stoked to see him and his GoPro out there in the trenches. And yes, this above photo is of J riding dirt! Check out a few of his photos after the jump. more
For any rider over the age of 30 that’s still progressing their riding would be a big accomplishment let alone coming out with a current DVD part that is still valid today. Jason Enns has been doing this longer than most and is still pushing it harder than ever. This double peg to ladder ride down was just featured in DIG’s Crunch Time feature. Check it out at digbmx.com. Since today is also Enns’ birthday, give him a follow and a shout out on Instagram (@jasonenns), the man deserves it. Photo by Devin Feil.
If you haven’t noticed by Jason Enns’ Instagram, he’s turned into quite the pool guru these last couple years with finding amazing pools to shred all over California. Recently he took Van Homan, Garrett Byrnes, Mike Escamilla, Keith Mulligan and Rob Dolecki on a scavenger hunt for pools all over SoCal this last week for a new DIG article. Be on the lookout for the feature that will probably drop next month… Euro photo of Enns, shot by Enns via GoPro.
Pro snowboarder, Trevor Jacob has a skatepark compound at his house up north, and gave out the invite to Rooftop, DMC, Chris Arriaga and Enns for the day. Needless to say, I think anyone looking at the photos of his place would definitely be jealous of what he has just a few steps away from his front door. Check more to see more photos of Enns getting it on at Trevor’s “home office”.
When I first saw Enns ride in an old Props at Section 8 skatepark, I was blown away. He was doing insane shit on the spine mini there and giving the well known pros a run for their money. Later down the road, his riding progressed and he took those tech ramp moves to the street, and found that building/ finding spots was half the battle to every good photo/ video part. Every time we visited J in Vancouver, he had his “book” of spots that nobody else knew about, and probably nobody knows where they are to this day. He later found that modifying a possible spot with a bit of Quickrete, or whatever else, would make the ideal spot too. Today, he’s in SoCal and doing the same thing he’s always done, check his interview about it all. Read now! more