Josh Perry's Final Ride at the Animal House

Posted by: Garden of Life on Friday, November 01, 2013

This last weekend was the Animal House "Goodbye Jam" in Greenville, NC. It was a jam/contest to celebrate the BMX facility that Dave Mira started 12 years ago.


Unfortunately Animal House is shutting down and relocating to Holly Springs, NC where it will be a public facility for BMX, MTB, and skateboards. I was fortunate enough to place second place at the contest! It was a bittersweet time but was so much fun! I will check back in with more news about the new public facility in Holly Springs, NC I will be helping with. Until then, check out these photos my friend Todd Nichols shot and this video www.Vitalbmx.com made from the event.





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