I’m so glad that someone suggested this for the flashback post this week because I had totally forgotten how good it was. The MX Trails crew logged some serious miles back in 2014 chasing grooves all over the world. They definitely left their mark on every spot they visited, especially Foerske spinning the shark fin at Catty. That’s still talked about to this day and probably will continue to be for years to come. MADNESS!
Two things the world could use more of right about now, trails and dancing!
I was just about to call it a night when this little piece of magic popped up in my feed! Go ahead and grab yourself a nice beverage, and then kick back and enjoy eight minutes of trails awesomeness followed by some dance moves that would make even the Reynolds twins jealous!
I saw this bouncing around Facebook yesterday and decided right then and there that it would be this week’s flashback post. I can’t even believe it’s been a whole two years since it came out! I’m still holding out hope that a part 2 will eventually materialize!
Any day that starts off with some Banos footage is pretty much guaranteed to be a good one!
The guys from Went BMX must have been feeling nostalgic about the summer they had riding some of the most iconic trails around Europe back in 2014, because they decided to have a look back at footage and mash it up into this new edit!
Banos Distro/trails CMFIC Marc Dioni has a bike check up on LifeTrail that gives you a look at his custom Solid setup. That’s a good looking rig right there! You can check out more pics and the parts list right HERE.
Kamil Snail has spent the past couple of years living life and enjoying his travels to trails all throughout Europe. Here are his journeys all condensed down into one ten minute edit full of lines from Burck, Banos, MX, Sturmbahn, and the Voltage Trails. Spotted on Checktrails
More POV goodness from Dimitris Araouzos! This time featuring runs from this year and last year through some amazing lines at MX, La Source, Ermite, Banos, Urkatu, and more. Keep em coming Dimitris!
Even with my broad vocabulary of profanity I can’t adequately put into words the feeling I got when I first laid eyes on this picture of the new berm at Banos.