Video: Party Train with Martin Soderstrom, Remy Metailler & More at Åre Bike Park

Jul 19, 2019
by Rémy Métailler  


The Åre Bike Festival, a sort of mini Crankworx, was a couple of weeks ago. On the Saturday of the event, over 100 riders showed up together to ride the famous Shimano Track. A jump track a bit like Whistler's A-Line with around 50 jumps. I followed style boss Martin Soderstrom for a humbling ride!


Party Train. Head to Youtube to see the full video.

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22 Comments

  • + 18
 Such respect for Remy, stopping and helping the fallen rider after so many rode by. Really great video I wanna ride in Sweden!
  • + 2
 props to remy for stopping to help the guy who bit it. honestly, at first i thought it was a homeless person in the bushes until i saw the bike.
  • + 10
 Damn now I want to ride my bike
  • + 8
 Dude eats it...leads the entire train afterwards lol
  • + 6
 I guess you never really know pressure until you pull yourself up after binning it and drop in with those 3 behind you
  • + 2
 Anybody else notice that neat-looking electric motorbike at 9:57?
  • + 2
 SodaStream & Metallica
  • + 0
 Damn this park is no doubt superior to whistler from my perspective after riding 12 seasons of whistler .
  • + 1
 Damn, I guess i'll keep it going..
  • + 1
 You're damn right
  • + 1
 Hot damn! That’s the kind of train I can get behind!! Or in front of...
  • + 0
 Ohhhh tha dude in front at 3.40 opened a can of whip-Aazz on that bridge gap looked like he almost tapped the railing!
  • - 1
 Yeah who even is Martin Soderstrom anyway?
  • + 10
 @Larkey1: I hear he's a massive douche. The #1 douche of MTB.
  • + 1
 @Clarkeh: I'm pretty sure that's actually Max Fredriksson.
  • + 2
 @Larkey1: some kind of house dj
  • - 1
 @Ronkol It’s Söderström.
  • + 2
 @Glisseur: Yeah right... that washout?
  • + 2
 @Larkey1: lol I realized that afterwards
  • + 1
 Swedish Microvalanche??? Smile
  • + 1
 Party train or festival train?
  • + 1
 oh god dam!

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