GetaBMX coming through with an edit from the final session at the Woodwardle Trails! As much as I like seeing more footage from the place, it’s bumming me out even more that it’s gone. That place was truly a gem.
I always get excited when I look through my feed and discover that Milan has dropped a new GetaBMX edit, especially when that edit is from the Lost Trails! This whole thing was filmed in just thirty minutes during a heavy international session at Lost with Milan’s crew, Lloret locals, visitors from Germany, and of course the guys who call Lost home.
All good things must come to an end, and this marks the end of GetaBMX’s “Tables in Catalonia” series. I think they saved the best for last with this edit from the LLoret Trails. Sergio Layos even makes an appearance! Though I did almost have to pour myself a 9am drink to drown my sorrows after seeing him take a crank between jumps. What is this world coming to? All jokes aside, Milan and the GetaBMX crew did an awesome job with this series. I can’t wait to see what they have planned next! You can check out the first…
The good dudes over at GetaBMX are already gracing us with part two of their “Tables in Catalonia” series! This time the action comes from La Poma and two other spots that I haven’t seen before. One of which that makes for some pretty hilarious white knuckle action!
The first part of GetBMX’s “Tables in Catalonia” series gets right into it with six minutes from the Lost Trails. I think pretty much every trail rider dreams of taking a trip there one day, and this just may inspire you to actually make it happen. It may have been a little too cool to end the session down at the beach but this still looks like paradise to me.
Today is going to be a heavy dig day in the woods, so re-enjoy this trailer for GetaBMX’s “Tables in Catalonia” while we move some earth.
I thought I was going crazy for a second when I came across this trailer for GetaBMX’s “Tables in Catalonia”. The reason being because I could have sworn I posted the first part of the series a couple of weeks ago. A little search bar action revealed that I had indeed posted it but the video had been taken down. I guess they’re going a slightly different route with its release. You won’t hear any complaints from me because this time there’s footage from not just the La Poma Bikepark, but also from Lloret and the Lost Trails.