I always love seeing footage from this race in Italy.
If you haven’t seen this, it’s worth the watch.
“For one week, the whole crew stayed at the Casa Maccaroni, in Lajares, which is located in the middle of a desert pierced by only a few little volcanoes, in the north part of the island. From there they would cycle to spots on a average 45 km a day. Going to cities and villages, skating, coming back.
With no training, this trip turned out to be pretty tough for the skaters, but made them realize skate tours can be more than just sitting in a van to get to spots. A memorable experience for most of them.”
That dirty, dense urban fabric tears apart to bring in nature, which in turn, allows for trails, all within a few miles of the central banking district but don’t forget to cross the bridge. I betcha all that dirt in Marin is ripping right now.
Here’s another great video from Kitsbow.
I really love videos like this. The editing and sounds really transport you to the time and place. Check out more information at the Velomorpha post on the White Chalk Hills Ultracross.
I’m not talking klunkers era, I mean real, true to form mountain bikes. Watch the whole thing, it’s a wild ride!
Talk about intense!
Eli, aka “extra cream cheese”, is one of the absolute nicest dudes you’ll ever meet. That is, if you happen to go to his shop in Denver, Berkeley Supply. His store sells only made in the USA apparel and even though Eli doesn’t talk about here, or show it for that matter, he’s got one of the sickest bikes from NAHBS last year too!
I hope you’re still riding your Avery County Cross dude.
Keep killing it! Nice video, Adam!
Cross season seems so short. Or maybe time flies when you’re having fun. Thankfully the CX Hairs content keeps rolling in. Here’s LIKEAVOS 2.2!
So is this what holiday parties look like in Portland? Looks good to me!
FBM delivers a perpetual sea of internet chaos with their 2014 mixtape.