This weekend marks the return of the infamous flatland contest known as the Voodoo Jam. Hosted by flatland pro Terry Adams and flatland MC Scott O'Brien in New Orleans, La., the Voodoo Jam was created during a time when there were no major flatland contests within the U.S. Adams and O'Brien recognized this, and created a movement within the flatland world that inspired others to create their own flatland events.
After being put on hiatus for several years, Adams and O'Brien decided to bring the contest back to New Orleans for this weekend. Not to award someone a first place trophy, but to bring riders together and celebrate flatland. In the above video, Adams and O'Brien discuss the legacy of the Voodoo Jam and why they decided to bring it back for 2012, as well as the new format they're instituting.