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!
I was definitely on the fence as to whether or not to post an edit called “trickmachine”, and one where the majority of the riding is on the line at La Poma with the wooden lips, but beggars can’t be choosers right now. You see, I’m currently in Mexico and the internet where I’m staying is spotty at best. It took me damn near an hour just to get this video to load. So whereas I probably would have passed on it under normal circumstances, I’m going to go ahead and post it up because who knows when or if…
We’ve been trying to figure out when would be a good time to plan a trip to Spain next year to check out La Poma and some other spots. After seeing how much fun the Carnival Jam was that they had last weekend, I think we now have something to aim for!
Philipp Fenk and some friends decided to trade in the cold and gloomy weather of Germany for the good vibes and sunny skies of Barcelona. If this doesn’t make you want to immediately start planning a trip to Barcelona, I don’t know what will!
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!
Here comes our first look at some of what took place at La Poma Bikepark’s Happy Ride weekend. Looking at this you would have no idea that the entire park had pretty much been destroyed just a month prior. I have so much respect for the crew there and that they were able to rebuild the place in time.
You have to give it to the La Poma Bikepark Crew for pulling off getting the place back into shape in time for their Happy Ride Weekend. After record rains practically destroyed the entire place, they had just a month to rebuild everything in time for the event. I think most people would have either postponed or canceled it all together, but not these guys! They got some tunes going through the speakers and got to work! Definitely give these dudes a pat on the back if you’re going to Happy Ride this weekend!
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!