Video: Partly Cloudy Tour Episode Three - Riding St.Luc

Mar 8, 2015
by South Crew  
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For the third stop of our summer trip, we decided to go to St.Luc, a small and quaint village in Switzerland near to Crans Montana. The bikepark of St.Luc offered great moments with the natural and fun tracks.

Landscape of St.Luc with the only way to the top
The only way to go to the top

Big gap
There are many gaps and northshores in the bikepark

northshore gap


an other gap

Whip it

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  • + 12
 I was there end of Augut last year, these are the best bikepark trails I've ever ridden. We were staying 10 days with my family. On the 2nd day I broke my chain and lost it on the track (never found back) but no problem I rode chainless for the 8 remaining days, still jumping the whole stuff, which isn't little! I was on my enduro but what wouldn't have I given to be on a DH bike to go more aggressive. The lift is pretty much 'free' in comparaison with other "more famous" bikeparks (les 2 alpes, Crans-montana, chatel): if you're staying in the Valley you got a special pass which allows you to pay 10 euros a day. Whatever, just waiting to be back there !!! !!! !!!

and yeah, rad edit as always with the South Crew !
  • + 9
 other chains are available. lol
  • + 2
 Yes off course that's what I thought until they told me at the shop that no ... Big Grin still no regrets!
  • + 8
 you don't Need a chain, just ask Neko
  • - 1
 "enduro" bike, lol. But really though that mountain looks so awesome. Everything looks very well built and to be honest, there's not enough places out there focusing on elevations/north shore style ladders. They're just splendid fun.
  • + 6
 *reminds himself to take the chicken line down once first, to avoid accidentally riding off a feature like that gap drop*
  • + 4
 the pictures are awesome!!! props to the photographer (and rider of course)
  • + 1
  • - 1
 Great video, I was expecting hardtails!

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