Have a good time the reopening of motorbike parks internationally with this shred-worthy, wheelie-packed bike movie.
To rejoice summer time and the reopening of the bike parks, Reverse Parts despatched Florian “Flowgroh” Grohens to Bikepark Chatel within the Alps. The crew of athletes and the movie crew spent a full week using and filming, and that is the outcome: 9 minutes of pure biking pleasure.
“After a tricky springtime in lockdown, imprisoned at dwelling with solely outdated bike movies for consolation — the restrictions lastly lifted,” the movie description reads. “Shredding from the morning hours ’until evening, it’s rumoured [Flowgroh] made up four months of descending time in a single flat-out week.”
The video is filled with beautiful landscapes, flawless wheelies, and insane singletrack. It undoubtedly seems to be like a mountain biker’s paradise. There’s a number of numerous terrain and an superior soundtrack besides. Riders embrace Grohens, Antoine Buffart, Mateo Verdier, and a bunch of different shredders who tackle the Alps with nothing however a motorbike and carry ticket in hand.
Need some insider data on what biking is like within the Alps? To search out out, watch the entire movie, created and produced by Jelle Harnisfeger and Hoshi Yoshida with Reverse Parts, Bikepark Chatel, and Cannondale.
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By Mary Murphy
Mary is predicated in Denver, Colorado, however steadily travels overseas. Her outside pursuits span from climbing to panorama pictures to pack-paddleboarding. If she’s not writing, you can probably discover her on the prime of a fourteener, or in a neighborhood bakery.