Reverse Components Partners with Bikepark Châtel - Video

Mar 13, 2018
by ReverseComponents  

PRESS RELEASE - Reverse Components

For 2018, Reverse Components is partnering with Bikepark Châtel in France. From tight, steep singletrack to technical, rooty trails and machine built rollercoasters with more berms, gaps and transfers than your arms can handle - Châtel has it all! We're proud to announce that our investment will help build and maintain their awesome Bikepark network of trails.

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bigquotesWe support a number of bikeparks across Europe, simply because we're riders and want to help create amazing places to ride! It's important for companies to put back into the scene to keep it going. Châtel is definitely one of the best Bikeparks and we've been here many times before as riders, and with Nico being our sponsored rider it made sense to partner with them.Peter Schmid, Reverse CEO


Chatel Bike Park mountain biking trails

Châtel Bikepark is located in the Portes du Soleil area of the French Alps, only a short ride away from the Swiss border. With over 20 official tracks including 9 Black runs, it's a riders paradise!

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We've got some exciting competitions coming up in partnership with Châtel and our sponsored riders, so stay tuned via our social media channels to enter. Roll on the summer!


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18 Comments

  • + 26
 does anyone else lean into the turns when watching a POV video?
  • + 7
 almost upside down
  • + 7
 @qreative-bicycle: I try and roost by spinning
  • + 1
 yeah, I do. but it is fine. it is getting worse when they fall off....
  • + 1
 does anyone NOT lean into turns watching a POV video?
  • + 1
 @Rufusvip: if you aren't at least tilting your head every once in a while.............
  • + 9
 I just bunnyhopped a gap at work
  • + 5
 Flow trails are for beginners.




Wink
  • + 5
 god that trail looks amazing...
  • + 3
 Too bad that less than 5% of people can ride like this and actually jump all of the enormous jumps while most of us just suffer on enormous brakebumps Big Grin
  • + 3
 @winko: Sounds like your one of the people that causes the braking bumps.
  • + 1
 @holdandhope: right!! nothing on that trail looks overly "enormous" it just looks extremely fast and flowy with amazing berms, looks soo rad!
  • + 4
 I almost whip in my office right now.
  • + 2
 Looks like heaven to me, defo gonna try it this summer!
  • + 1
 Leaning on nyc train from work....
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