I was a little scared at first that this was going to be seven minutes of raw footage, but luckily some Manowar kicked in after about a minute or so to metalize this edit of the Aichwald Trails crew shredding some Spanish soil and their home spot back in Germany.
Imagine getting to go to Europe to tour with your band Rust On the Rails for five weeks and that the tour is sponsored by Bale Breaker Brewing. Now imagine that there just so happens to be two off days while the tour passes through Barcelona. Eric Miller did what any sound of mind trail rider would do, grabbed himself a rental bike and used the opportunity to check out the La Poma Bike Park!
Bérenger Cordier spent a couple of days at La Poma and decided to strap his GoPro on for a few runs. Well, I assume it’s a GoPro. Whatever it is the footage is crisp! Spotted on Shape.
Sorry Piotrek Krajewsk, there aren’t even words in the English language to adequately describe the level of one-upping that Simon Moratz just handed to you!
I usually save the re-ups for the weekends but it’s a slow day and Cristian Rodríguez’s Feral Riders edit definitely deserves a bump back up to the top!
Piotrek Krajewski linking up La Poma’s MBA & Trail lines into one nearly minute long run. I’m impressed, but I think you could link up the lines at Minersville to where you were jumping for over a minute. Oh, and let’s not forget about Drexelbrook’s infamous million pack!
Feral Riders coming through with the heat this morning! They put Sandro Szukat in charge of filming this edit with Lloret Trails local Cristian Rodríguez and boy did they both deliver!
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.
Joey Gough and her crew hit up the winter trails hot spot that is Spain for some laps at the Lost Trails, Lloret, and of course La Poma!
In the words of B2K, Ricky Grimal’s Radio Bikes edit definitely deserves a “Bump, Bump, Bump” back up to the top!