Eurocamp is all about this routine in the most chill vibe ever. No need to show off, it’s just you doing what you want to do. On day two some more riders showed up from Barcelona and a sweet dirt session followed towards the end of the night. Perico got on the bike as well and so did Axel Jurgens. Oh yeah, did I mention it was sunny all day again?
On Thursday morning before the World’s Wouter and Riccardo stopped by Camp Holland and told me they were going to their favourite concrete pool just outside of Cologne. With nothing much on the program for that day I asked if I could join. No problem, so Paul and I brushed our teeth and threw some water in the face and stepped into the BAM ride, Wouter’s customized camper van. What seemed like a longer ride than expected the TomTom got us to the bowl. It’s actually across the street from Big Boy Sports (the kitesurf part) so if you want directions, google that shop and get the address.
We padded up and checked out the bowl. It was tight. Very tight, and on the steep side. But it had pretty much everything, from a taco, to extension, a tit, hip and different height levels. Seeing pool sharks ride this would have been good, but we had fun as well. Even Paul got on the bike again in the pool. If you’re a fan of concrete bowls, it’s worth a visit but expect this thing to be tight. Open daily, for free, bikes allowed.
During all these weeks the Flame Trails have been around for sessions. Now that the holidays have started, riding is going on on a daily basis. And tonight as well. We've got some water left to wet the jumps so they'll be in good shape at 19:00hr. We don't know for how much longer the jumps will be there so come over, it's a good laugh for an hour or two.
Hey everyone here is a flyer for a Jam we're doing at Mullaly June 23rd. It's about bringing everyone together at NYs first public park. Over the last couple of years the city of NY has forgotten about the park, it's sad that the park has gotten so run down, but there is a lot of history at Mullaly and there are some good riders up there too.