Perfect Trail Flow with Toni Ferreiro - Video

Oct 2, 2017
by Merida Bikes  
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Have you ever listened to perfect trail flow? Watch and listen to Merida powered enduro rider Toni Ferreiro getting into a flawless rhythm during his recent trip to Squamish. Trail riding perfection on board his test winning one-sixty.

Toni Ferreiro


MENTIONS: @Merida-Bikes




42 Comments

  • + 15
 just when you thought he was clipped in, he goes and throws a 1-foot table...
  • + 9
 Bloody grom, he ignored all the slow down trail signage didn't he. We could all teach him how to ride, safer & slower.
  • + 7
 Cheers @Merida-Bikes for trusting Salva Moreno and me for this video. First-time out of our comfort zone covering mtb events. Our days in Squamish were sick.
  • + 2
 Felicitaciones, que buen video.
  • + 3
 Hey Toni! That was class mate. Had to watch twice! Also what an awesome looking trail!
  • + 3
 Was that Whistler or Squamish?
  • + 7
 Squamish
  • + 1
 @tcottrell:name of this trail?
  • + 19
 squamish sucks, don't go
  • + 2
 just when i thought i was getting half decent at trail riding... what a shredder.
  • + 2
 One day I will ride a flow trail! Here all is steep and technical, love it but need to try berms and jumps like that!
  • + 1
 Keep an eye on this guy. Toni have skills, style and huge power on his legs. Go Ferreiro! Props to Kike and Salva. Good work
  • + 3
 He literally split that log - sawed it down the middle!
  • + 1
 Were those supposed to be doubles? I've seen other videos of that trail and I don't remember other people riding it like that.
  • + 4
 Really effortless style!
  • - 2
 Very talented rider and that trail must be fun, but looks like a swoopy, swept buffed out sidewalk. And that's ok if that is what you are into, but I much prefer watching riders on hand built, rocky, tech. That manicured stuff just looks really out of place in the middle of a forest. I'm sure I'll get down voted for pointing out the truth, especially from those who've never built a trail.
  • + 5
 It's like saying you like blonde and not brunettes! Variety trumps all!
  • + 1
 as trickland said, both types of trails are awesome, flow and tech. who cares how the trail is built
  • + 2
 Go try it, and mix it up with Angry Midget. It's not as green as you think.
  • + 1
 I love Squamish. The Half Nelson is the the trail with most flow I have ever ridden. Can't wait to go back! sigh..!
  • + 2
 Full Nelson: Best Whistler trail... and it's not even in Whistler.
  • + 2
 I'd trade my left nut to have that trail close to me.
  • + 2
 So, now you're looking for someone willing to give up a trail like this close to home and willing to have your left nut in exchange. I think you'll need to do a better offer.
  • + 2
 All I could see was the white sneakers.
  • + 2
 one of the good edits i've seen in a while, trail looks smooth as a carpet
  • + 2
 Very nice ,and in the end that little slow mo was a delight
  • + 2
 I love hearing a hub buzz down a trail like that, great riding too!!
  • + 2
 Solid
  • + 1
 So why the title of trails in Whistler when it is Squamish?
  • + 1
 Why isn't Tony racing this year's EWS???
  • + 1
 He is. He only missed the first stages with the team change
  • + 2
 last race past weekend in Finale he didn't participated due to a shoulder injury, hopefully he will be recovered for this weekend spanish enduro championships in Atazar
  • + 1
 @russianyaz: hay una página para seguir la serie de enduro en España?
  • + 1
 @javijavi: mi propio espacio...jejejeje... elyari.com
  • - 3
 Love how the intro makes Squamish seem ambiguously blue-collar/grimey. Squamish is the most f*cking whitewashed town within two hours drive of Vancouver. It's the new Kitsalano. Nothing but white moms in goretex with duck tollers nowadays.
  • + 2
 That last jump doe...
  • + 2
 nice flow
  • + 0
 ...hated the music.
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