In the words of B2K, Ricky Grimal’s Radio Bikes edit definitely deserves a “Bump, Bump, Bump” back up to the top!
I literally don’t know anything about Radio Bikes other than the facts that Ricky Grimal rides for them and that I’ve been patiently waiting for them to drop this edit. Ricky fucking rules!
For those of us who haven’t been to Malaga, Villa Road brings us this look into what you might except from a typical day. They get things started with a little milling about the apartment before heading off to the park and then eventually the El Cable Trails. 10:21 is where you’ll find that last and most important one!
I was definitely hoping there would be more trails footage in Sergio’s new Fly Bikes edit that’s been getting hyped so hard this week. We only end up getting about 20 seconds of El Cable and Lloret, but it’s Sergio Layos so you know know the rest of the edit is still really good. Nonetheless, 02:19 is where you want to go if you don’t care about any of that other stuff. Spotted on DIG
Sandro Pages wasn’t alone when he headed off to Malaga earlier this month. He also brought along 12 year old Charlie Dormer to join in on the fun of experiencing all of the amazing riding the city has to offer. This totally reminds me of the days of dragging a young Brad Simms around with me wherever I went! It will be cool to see what kind of rider Charlie shapes up to be with good people like Sandro showing him the ropes.
Another day, another rider taking advantage of warm weather and riding that Malaga has to offer this time of year! This time it’s Sandro Pages, and you’ll find him riding the trails at Ruben’s park and El Cable starting at the 01:11 mark. On a completely unrelated note, this is the first time I’ve ever posted something on here from a train.
Came across this video of Freddie Househam and a few friends enjoying the sun, warmth, bowls, and El Cable Trails of Spain. I could definitely go for all of those right about now!
Hit play and take a look back at Theophile Colin’s 2015 trail travels throughout France and Spain. I feel some of the clips from Spain may have already been in a previous edit, but there’s plenty of footage from Hoppy, La Source and a few other spots to keep things interesting.
Lima Eltham doing it up the way only he can for Fox Europe’s “BMX 2015” series. It jumps back and forth between trails and crete but I had absolutely no problem watching it straight through. Probably because Lima rides concrete like it’s trails.
Of course I’m going to re-up Brian Foster’s Posh filled section from the Holy Fit DVD!