Spanish distro 360 Bikes put together this team edit for everyone’s viewing pleasure. It’s their whole team so that means there’s also a bunch of street and park stuff after the footage of Ricky Grimal and Joan Balmaña killing La Poma in the beginning.
This edit from the Lloret Trails Crew’s travels definitely deserves a Christmas Eve bump back up to the top!
The Lloret Trails Crew consisting of Joan Balmaña, Ricky Grimal, Cristian Rodriguez, Benito Garrido and Sergio Barroso have spent the last couple of years splitting their time between building at their own spot and traveling Europe riding others. They decided that it was finally time to do something with all the footage that they’ve accumulated, and this edit is the result. Definitely lots of good times in here!
I remember seeing pictures of this setup that the crew from La Poma built for the Morrasound Rock Fest and thinking to myself that this very well may be the most scenic location ever for a dirt jumping contest. What I didn’t see in those pictures was the water trap they snuck in between that long & low. I can’t help but hope that someone ended up in that thing!
Getting back into the swing of things with this raw edit of Sergio Layos, Joan Balmaña and a few others ripping the Totem Trails. Pretty rad how the lines cross over the creek down at the bottom!
Lloret Trails local Joan Balmaña has been getting the Fly Bikes hookup through Spain’s 360 Bicycles for a little over a year now. The Montaña frame and a whole slew of Fly parts are what he uses to kill Lloret on a daily basis, and you can get an exact rundown of just what those parts are via the bike check that Fly just posted. Take a look at it HERE and then give Joan’s ‘Welcome to Fly Bikes x 360 Bicycles’ edit another watch below.
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.
GetaBMX’s Milan Recknagel sure did do his fair share of getting around last year, as this 2015 highlights edit more than proves! Definitely not a bad way to get the week started, and it’s also a pretty good source of inspiration for laying out some solid traveling plans for 2016.
Here’s a rad video that Josema Lopez put together from his trip to the Lloret Trails. I’m really loving the vibe and filming in this one!