Video: Sydney, Australia Has Mountain Biking, But No Mountains

Jan 24, 2019 at 3:45
by Yama Folk  



We wanted to do something different with this film. Most Australian mountain bike edits are full throttle - balls to the wall, think Chris Kovarik drifting fireroads to a death metal track. This isn’t that, if that’s what you’re expecting you’ll be disappointed. If you’re after something of that nature, go watch “Drift III” (2006), an awesome Aussie mountain bike film, Google it.

Mountain bike websites are filled with amazing short films showcasing some of the best riding, mountain ranges and scenery out there. You won’t see too much of that from Sydney (Australia), frankly because there aren’t any mountains, and to be honest, barely any hills here. The majority of Sydney-siders have no idea; most people here think mountain biking in Sydney is what they saw in BMX Bandits (1983). We’re so far off cities like Vancouver, where the general population have a good idea of what mountain biking actually entails. We don’t really expect people in Sydney to know, bless them. Remember - there aren’t any mountains here! Despite this, Sydney’s trail network and mountain biking community are growing steadily; and just like the time you thought you were making love to the one of your dreams (but it was a dream), this is happening through the wonderful powers of denial.

There are some awesome pockets of bushland around Sydney, most of which isn’t utilised by the masses. Our theory is that most people here don’t even know it’s there; they don’t go looking for it because that’s not what Sydney “is”. The Sydney vibe is basically The Harbour Bridge and Bondi beach and the "piccolo-espresso-double shot-extra hot-on a 50/50 blend of almond and soy" folk.

'In Denial' takes a brief look into the mindset of mountain bikers living in a city with no elevation. It’s definitely the wrong mindset for our geographical location, but it’s starting to work out alright through the hard work and resourcefulness of a lot of trail builders and clubs like the Garigal Gorillas. Massive props to them.

Shout out to two up and coming Aussie bands for letting us use their tracks.
-Seaside (https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/seaside-0)
-Fragile Animals (https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/fragile-animals)








144 Comments

  • 70 0
 Cool video for sure but for a place with barely any hills there sure are a lot of hills
  • 33 0
 Waiting for comments from someone in Kansas or Nebraska.....
  • 15 1
 We've got a bit to play around with, could definitely be worse. The Garigal Gorillas and the trail builders in Sydney are awesome. They're determined legends making lemonade from lemons.
  • 3 2
 @JahWorks: Nebraska's so flat that I don't care...

The guys in Moe clearly don't ride MTB
  • 5 1
 @JahWorks: flat Florida for the best winter riding.
  • 4 2
 @JahWorks: or Minnesota, Wisconsin or Michigan for that matter.
  • 39 0
 There is only one Hill to worry about from down under.
  • 4 1
 We've got plenty of hills, not many mountains though...
  • 5 0
 I’m not an expert on Sydney by any means — I’ve only spent two weeks of my life there. But it seems to me hills aren’t lacking, and the terrain has all kinds of potential, with all the bluffs and rocks on the coastline. The issue would have to be access to that terrain. Cities are just developed to the point where there is limited access to the good stuff.
  • 3 0
 @JahWorks: Plenty of mountain biking in Oklahoma. You make due with the elevation that you have
  • 4 0
 Sydney MTBer here: the north side of Sydney isn't flat by any means. There aren't any mountains, granted, but there are plenty of hills (~100m or so elevation) and some great rocky/technical terrain.

Great vid @YamaFolk really shows of the Sydney basin landscape beautifully, well done!
  • 1 0
 @jammf: 100% my walk to the local cafe is a lung buster!!
  • 4 0
 @YamaFolk: you lads should try riding up in Darwin hahaha literally 30m is our tallest elevation but like you boys we Squeeze every bit of fun out of it as possible
  • 7 0
 I dunno, the blue mountains are pretty mountainey
  • 1 0
 @YamaFolk: go the Goto Galah
  • 9 8
 Great video. Great style.

In Denial probably wasn’t the best name. Even kind of bratty and spoiled sounding — since a lot of us would kill for that elevation and terrain closeby.

Clearly some privilege with the whole Land Rover theme (which i liked btw). Nothing wrong with having privilege; just be a little respectful with how you frame it next time.
  • 2 1
 @sevensixtwo: wow. Tom is probably the least spoiled person i have met. You should probably listen to what he is saying
  • 5 0
 @SeaHag: Hmmmm...it's not that bad up there. Duluth, Copper Harbor, Marquette? Epic places to ride and some of the finest trailbuilding.
  • 3 0
 @sevensixtwo: on the other hand “In Denial” would be an excellent name for a MTB film/edit from Egypt.
  • 3 0
 @jammf: I would kill for 100m elevation close by... and we don't have surfing neither.
  • 1 0
 @sevensixtwo: not sure how a 50yr old landrover shows privilege, unless you are still pedalling your car like fred flinstone. Wow look at that!! he has a motor! Wow! windows! Truth be told with a truck like that he is probably pushing it as much as driving it.

Rad cruisy vid. Loved it.
  • 1 0
 @JahWorks: try Florida
  • 1 0
 @SeaHag: lol, the Upper Peninsula has some of the best riding on earth.
  • 2 0
 @Murray4: I'm quite aware of that. I live in Minnesota; and have traveled to Marquette and Copper Harbor for mountain biking. I also try to hit up as many trails in Wisconsin and greater MN as I can. My comment was an acknowledgment that you don't need 'real mountains' to have really great mountain biking. Going back to Arkansas again this spring...another place with no real mountains.
  • 1 0
 @JahWorks: My wifes family is from Kansas and when we go visit I plan a few ride days. There are a few decent trails out there. Nothing epic or with huge descents but fun riding.
  • 33 3
 Doesn’t this guy know how impossible it is to have fun on old fox forks and slightly older frames? I don’t know how he’s even able to stay upright honestly. The denial is strong with this one. Love the vibe.
  • 2 0
 my first thought xD
  • 8 0
 he was probably going for that retro vibe, who knows they could've also been 26" wheels as well
  • 4 0
 Staying upright would be by far my number one priority riding in Australia. Far too many things that can bite and kill you. I'd be shaking in my five-tens even before the first pedal stroke.
  • 25 4
 Whole article seemed condescending towards people that don't mtbike. Accuses others of being hipster yet has hipsters filters on his photos. Drives an old land rover and dresses like one.
  • 51 0
 How can someone dress like a Land Rover?
  • 9 0
 The world would be a better place if we could all be condescending towards people that don't mtbike.
  • 5 1
 Yep, well said. It oozes hipster, they just left out the trip to the cafe for a smashed avo.
  • 2 0
 @wickedfatchance: hahaha you got me there.
  • 3 0
 That's just apart of being from Sydney.
  • 2 0
 @Michaelr77: he was so hipster, he bought the cafe to the rover
  • 1 0
 If there's anything to take away from the video, it's to take what you need and leave what you don't. The way I see it, if you don't like the hipster filters, deny that and enjoy the riding and message. I did.
  • 15 0
 I like the video but, Sydney actually has quite a lot of elevation for a major global city even within the suburbs, to go along with that it's at the foot of the (under utilised in an MTB sense) Blue Mountains and the "Mountains" of the Illawarra Escarpment are also close in relative terms. NSW has some huge potential, the dirt I recently rode at Mt Keira (Wollongong) was awesome.
  • 6 4
 You're certainly right about the Blue Mountains and Wollongong, amazing riding around both those areas. The future of mountain biking in Wollongong is looking pretty bright too, keen to see what happens down there over the next few years. More good things to come hopefully. In the film we were more referring to mountain bikers that live in the CBD of Sydney. Wanted to show that it might not be in the same realm of cities like Vancouver for mountain biking, but there is still plenty of fun to be had.
  • 1 0
 @YamaFolk: there are not many cities like Vancouver. I lived in Sydney for 2 years, the scene in the West was excellent.
  • 4 0
 @YamaFolk: there used to be a bunch of riders that would meet wed night and do a mtb/bmx ride around the CBD when it was quiet that was a lot of fun, lots of jumps and rails to be found if you knew where to look.
rotorburn.com where where they used to advertise the rides.
  • 6 2
 Although Sydney may not have the elevation of Vancouver I’ll happily take the weather here in Sydney. There’s plenty of elevation in my local area but f#cked if I want all of sydney there. Leave them in the cafes and fighting for the waves at their local beach. I have 2 bits of advice for you sir 1. Don’t be condescending to people that don’t ride mtb, each to their own as it were. 2. Definitely don’t be condescending when driving a hipster Land Rover while drinking your filter coffee probably with almond milk out of a Land Rover cup. By the way your riding is good enough to not need to judge others.
  • 2 0
 @Stumpy2: Definitely didn't intend for it to be condescending, but after re-reading it can see how it might have came across like that. Advice taken on board.
  • 3 0
 @Stumpy2: Dude don’t be hating on hipsters, Land Rovers and almond milk... This is an amazing short film, with sick riding and a message about the power of community and passion.
  • 2 1
 @Stumpy2: agreed. As a sydney-sider who's actually lived in other cities this video annoyed me. We have an amazing MTB scene and so many great places to ride, all within an hour regardless of where in Sydney you live. The video comes across as a spoilt dude taking an amazing scene for granted. Comparing Sydney to Vancouver (or Whistler) which is likely the greatest MTB spot in the world is ridiculous.
  • 2 0
 @Earlysport: Sorry to hear that, it's a shame you interpreted it like that, definitely wasn't the intention of the film.

The aim was to show that whilst Sydney might not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of mountain bike destinations, there is still plenty of fun to be had. Even in a big city like Sydney.
  • 4 0
 @Earlysport: I think you have missed the message. Every trail network in Sydney has come to fruition from a hard fought denial of the status quo. Sydney truthfully doesn’t the most “amazing scene” but it’s always been about making the most with what you have. Which I think is what this film is about.
  • 1 0
 Wollongong I AMAZING!!
  • 3 0
 @YamaFolk: Hi! Sydney-sider living in the USA calling in to leave two cents. I read your dialogue as the tongue-in-cheek dry Sydney style of humour, if that helps!

Your edit gave me all of the emotions. I lived in Whistler for a decade and when I came home to Sydney there was this yearning to live and ride freely in the mountains. It's like this huge sense of loss which sounds utterly ridiculous but it's so real! You learn to find happiness in what you have, adjust and appreciate it. It's not coming from a place of superiority, just from the experiences you've been exposed to in another time and place in your life.

I live in the states now and every time I head back to Sydney am so impressed with the progress of land access and trail networks being developed. The community is small but passionate - love it!

I enjoyed the edit thoroughly, thank you.

Over-sharing over and out.
  • 1 0
 @rachellefrazer @YamaFolk: Sydney Represent!
  • 18 0
 You call that no mountains?
  • 3 1
 There aren't, there are hills certainly but the closest mountain is in the blue mountains which being national park has a few trails but we are mostly locked out of the national parks unless we can put up a good argument and beat the local hippies into allowing trails (hornsby came about after lots of meetings and us fighting tooth and nail for it to be allowed, luckily common sense prevailed and we got our trails.
  • 6 0
 What would've made this video better - a list of the trails! Always looking for more trails!

I'm guessing they're all northern beaches/upper north shore?

Whilst there is bugger all elevation, there is very legit tech in those areas.
  • 3 1
 Yep Nth beaches/ St Ives, most are mapped on Trailforks.

You're right about the tech around there, the rock to dirt ratio is certainly favouring the rocks.
  • 3 0
 @YamaFolk: Aha, I thought it was around St Ives/Cascades! I used to ride there years ago before I moved to Brisbane, and recognized some of the trails. Awesome edit of some super-fun, tech trails, and bonus points for avoiding Manly Dam haha.
  • 4 0
 mostly on Flux Capacitor (st ives) and Black Betty (Belrose) i think...
  • 1 0
 @RedPanda358: legend!

Have been trawling over trailforks this morning and suspected as much.

Will have to go have a look-see. Cheers!
  • 2 0
 @Ktron: Ahhhh..... learned how to ride bikes off the Cascades in St Ives, loved that place. There is some decent riding in Sydney (Oxford Falls, Narrabeen, St Ives/Terry Hills, Menai in the South and obviously the Gong, Blue Mtns and then Snowy Mountains). Spoilt for choice in BC, but home is home. Great to see an Oz vid.
  • 1 0
 @RedPanda358: Yep! And the berms at the top of Bunnings/Bromance in Terrey Hills.
  • 6 0
 Non of this could have happened without the persistence, dedication and creativity too all the crews of trail fairies that take part around the clock in bloody difficult conditions, as a retired builder l gave out as much as possible and yep so much love blood sweat and tears goes into each and all of these trails! Waytoogo Crews!!! The vault of many clips here on PB, YouTube keeps Oxy the Moo the Smiths cr trail and many others alive! Cheers! Thanks for sharing in this Vid giving us the voice and credibility..... never say never!
  • 2 0
 On ya mate! There's some absolutely crackin' trails in and around the Sydney area!
  • 2 0
 Too true, the number of volunteered hours put into Sydney trails is unreal.
  • 1 0
 Great comment!!! It's the same here in Darwin... place so flat, but we have decent trails thanks to the hard work and persistence of a few. With the Wet Season here, many trails get destroyed or badly overgrown so they require constant maintenance and rebuild. If it wasn't for the efforts of a few heroes, we'd have no trails.
  • 4 0
 Nice video. Sydney area has so much potential for worldwide MTB events being surrounded by some of the oldest and largest national parks around. if only the government stop relying on real estate revenue and open up to other ideas like extreme sports. Sorry to get a bit political here. Keep riding.
  • 3 1
 I hear you, it's frustrating to say the least.
  • 3 0
 You're not wrong mate. I'm from Wollongong and the potential is next level. Honestly on par with every other legalised trails worldwide,
  • 1 0
 @captyvatemedia: From Wollongong also (now between Townsville and Brisbane though) so much untapped potential down there and if the Mt Keira proposal gets up, and with GV onky 25 minutes away, the Gong can truly embrace MTB and have some wicked trails (yes, there are already awesome trails but none are technically legal) that will draw in riders from all over (I know of a large number who are willing to travel from FNQ if Keira goes ahead)
  • 4 1
 The surfing sux in Sydney too. The banks rarely have any shape and if there is swell during times when the water is nice there are 10 people fighting for every peak. I quit surfing when I took up mountain biking because it was easier to get a decent ride in than to get a decent surf in.
  • 3 0
 In the first minute theres elevation to be had! You want to see flat and no mountains then come to shitty Myrtle Beach,we ride in mounds created by the leftovers from dredging the beaches.You can find sharks teeth if you look hard enough.
  • 3 0
 Nice video, but as major cities go, Sydney is hilly AF! You don't have to look to far for places to ride and there's proper big hills within a 1.5 hour drive North, South or West. By the standards of most of the rest of the world it's a MTB paradise! It's not Whistler or Morzine, but no major city is!
  • 4 0
 love the editing and vibe of this - nice one ! I can really relate to it as a rider from the south of england - no mountains here but you make the most of what you have
  • 2 0
 Billy yes!
  • 1 0
 That's it, somewhere to ride is better than nowhere to ride.
  • 2 0
 Having lived in Texas, Utah and now Arkansas you don’t need mountains to mountain bike.. you’d be surprised how big mountain biking is in Texas. They have plenty of fun challenging trails all over that damn state. If you got dirt, rocks, roots, wood, tools and the desire to have mtb trails then you’ll have trails.
  • 4 0
 Love seeing my local trails in this film. Nice one! And being a Garigal Gorilla, it’s also great being a part of a club really doing something for MTB on the Beaches.
  • 2 0
 Well some decent hills and a lot of fun. I was born in Prague and we have some little hills there, barely over 100m high, but I can guarantee, with a few valleys connected together, we have a lot of great trails, technical, fast, definitely good variety. You can do easily 20 - 40 km loop and not doing any trail twice.

You do not need huge mountains to have all the fun.

On other hand, I'm now in Tokyo for a year (well doing my second half now already) and there is nothing. Basically the city is spread on so big area that while there are some hills in far distance, it is not something you can reach on daily basis. And even on the weekend, there are no trails developed (and pretty much forbidden to ride there anyway - protected areas, private land, you name it..). So I would say, let's be happy if there is something and enjoy it. It is better than nothing. Can't wait to be back in my town, getting a new ride and enjoying some great trails with friends.
  • 3 0
 Nice filming and cinematography! As a former Sydney sider the trails remind me of every trail I rode in the area - love the rocks and how they ride.
  • 4 0
 Nice work guys. Awesome vibe. Now even more excited to ride some of those trails tomorrow. Love the northern beaches.
  • 2 0
 Really nicely filmed & put together. Our trails are currently under a good few inches of snow (and I've got a bunch of helmets to paint), but you made me want to go ride my bike. In Australia.
  • 1 0
 Greetings from South Wales {u.k} Smile . Amazing write up and edit ! We have an abundance of mountains and hills here but really cool to see that no matter where you are, you can still get out, build trails and ride your bike. Felling the love for it in this video!
  • 1 0
 Nice film. I grew up right round that area and spent many a day scratching around walking trails trying to ride them as a teenager back in the 90s. Apologies, was probably partly responsible for making access so hard. Good to see some legal purpose built trails. Will bring my bike next time I visit.
  • 1 0
 The music was bang on, kudos to the bands responsible for letting you use it. I miss The J's here in Canada, I know I can stream it but it's not the same. Beautifully put together film @YamaFolk , reminds me a little of The Valley trails in Kalamunda WA
  • 1 0
 Funny thing is I rode all those trails this morning then saw this video when I got back. I had an 80km( of mostly dirt) loop planned but my back gave me some grief halfway down Bucky's, there's some elevation, but 800m in 50km is normal here in Sydney.
  • 1 0
 where about in sydney are those trails?
  • 1 0
 @Demo8AUT: there are some down south near the nuclear plant most of what you saw was northern beaches, St Ives area has a lot of good trails, hornsby has a smallish mtb park that has a decent blue trail and a nice greet trail. Wylde mtb park out near liverpool is green, is one giant 12km loop with a 3km and 6km cut through so you can decide on how far you want to ride, also has a small jump track, now has toilets and a covered eating area. Do note that some of the trails like manly damn and Wylde close if there is any rain as the trails are mostly clay and get easily damaged in the wet.
for a longer ride catch the train from central station to woodford in the blue mountains and there is a 30km track you can ride down to the base of the blue mountains (oaks trail, most weekends the trains are full of mtbrs heading out to do this trail Smile
  • 1 0
 @Demo8AUT: North shore suburbs , 15 km from city.
  • 1 0
 There is a push to develop a real DH track on the edge of the blue mountains around the glenbrook area from memory, there was an illegal one that was discovered. I think the WSMTB might be helping try and push that through Knapsack reserve that was it.
  • 1 0
 You're thinking of "Stringline" in Knapsack.

It was built ages ago, professionally and legally and it is f-king awesome. Finishes with a run through a stormwater drain if you follow it all the way down.

But it's a seriously good trail and worth doing. It's on trailforks, check it out.

It's also surrounded by a spider web of other trails of the more raw and natural variety and very technically challenging.

There's also a pretty good jump line near a massive rock area which is great for playing around in.
  • 1 0
 This is it, footage is a few years old but the track hasn't changed too much.

youtu.be/TMUKBRd3XdM
  • 1 0
 I left Sydney in sixth grade. My clearest memory is a funnel web that my dad caught in a jar. Little tiny thing with big fangs. I took it to school and it got so mad it was pinging off the inside of the jar. Oh, and pouring gasoline down their holes and lighting them. Terrifying things. They'd lie dormant in the bottom of the pool, air bubbles in their fur would keep them alive. Gotta crush them after scooping them out because they're still alive, aggressive and can jump. I've since heard that they're now considered rare but we had loads of them in our yard.
  • 1 0
 Few mountains in Oz, not many with decent trails (and nowhere near Europe or Canada size mountains either). Currently watching all the MTB trails where I am now (Townsville) get washed away after well over 1000ml of rain in the past week!
  • 2 0
 To be honest I just prefer mountain bicycles because they aren't fragile. I bought a commuter bike, and the thing's made out of fairy dust.
  • 2 0
 Yeah, if you power up hills on commuter level parts the bikes just get destroyed in 3 days. Plus, I like hucking stairs on the way to work.
  • 1 0
 and unobtainium parts lol
  • 4 0
 Well good thing about lack of Mountains is less climbing
  • 1 0
 haha true!
  • 1 0
 @YamaFolk: You dont even need hills to have fun on a bike?
youtu.be/m8qcQObfYo4
  • 3 0
 Eh.. Northern Belgium has a fairly strong mtb community, yet we would be eternally thankful for a bit of terrain like that.
  • 1 0
 Make due with what you got. What you experience between your ears is what matters. Although cruising around the concrete jungle in a classic defender, kitted out in Patagucci might help transport you to a far away place Smile
  • 3 0
 Also Whistler is fake, it's just a movie you saw once a long long time ago, in Star Wars perhaps...yeah that's it.
  • 2 1
 Even after the soft music disclaimer I was still waiting for 'the drop' (that never came)... So I chucked on some Pantera and watched again. Ahhhhh the universe is ok again. \m/4life\m/
  • 2 0
 Re-Spect \m/
  • 1 1
 Sydney sucks for mountain biking. Elevation is not the worst, but everything is rock, sand, or extremely dense bush land (with sand underneath), bush is protected, trails get destroyed, so it’s impossible to build. Traffic is ridiculous so you spend ages trying to get to a trail. There are some of us however that do make the most of it because that’s the only option
  • 1 0
 Nice movie! I moved to Sydney recently and first impression is that there are a lot of hills in suburbs, but the problem is that all these places are private property. Formidable signs and barbed wire everywhere.
  • 1 0
 Sydney looks pretty hilly compared to most of manitoba and saskatchewan, which have some trails and riders. Definitely if you want to ditch biking for surfing Sydney has probably got the edge on Manitoba.
  • 1 0
 Yeah shout out to the boys for putting crap on fellow riders not going out and “looking” yet not dropping names or locations of some decent looking trails ridden in the teaser video. Mad invites ????????????
  • 1 0
 I'm so bored of pinkbike comments picking holes in everything, can you please stop being miserable moaning self-righteous and pedantic, it serves no purpose. Any idiot can pick holes in something.
  • 2 1
 Sick Video. Sydney trails are good. But the traffic to get any where in Sydney sucks. I found it made getting out for a ride a pain sometimes.
  • 2 0
 If you're riding in Sydney and there aren't any granite slabs, are you really riding in Sydney??

Nice edit.
  • 4 0
 No, only if you are riding sandstone slabs.
  • 2 0
 I feel your pain. I live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It’s about as flat as it gets. We still have some trails though.
  • 1 0
 Just make your own small hills like these?
youtu.be/m8qcQObfYo4
  • 2 0
 Flat as a pancake here, the "mountains" are just creative cinematography !
  • 2 0
 Well, that was what i needed to get me out riding the North Shore this morning before it snows here. See ya!
  • 3 0
 Clearly you've never tried biking in Singapore....
  • 1 0
 If this were in South Florida I could get behind the "Denial" theme, looks a bitt too good of terrain to be playing the anomaly card lol
  • 1 0
 Beautifully done, I like that there was a whole team behind this project! Nice! Go Sydney! Seems like the ultimate, surf and bike!
  • 1 0
 Lovely video. I lived in Syd for a few months many years ago. I was mainly bouldering & running. Home is South East England= FLAT, you have to go with what you have.
  • 1 0
 Trails are wicked. A growing network of sweet riding. We run shop rides and get off the train and Gordon and ride over on our ebikes. Traffic sux so the train is a sure bet.
  • 2 0
 Trails look awesome to me. Nice clip!
  • 2 0
 Great stuff thanks for sharing
  • 1 0
 Buenos Aires, Argentina, is much worse, the maximum elevation is 35 meters and is full of asphalt.
  • 1 0
 Cool to see the scene has grown since I left and nice to know there are more options if I ever come back.
  • 1 0
 There may not be mountains but that's still awesome terrain. The outdoor trails in the Cleveland area...now that's denial.
  • 1 0
 My first expectation was koala bear riding on dingo down the Uluru, but at the end it was a great video Smile
  • 1 0
 Still better than anything the Chicago area has. I'd be pumped to have that in my backyard!
  • 1 0
 Cool video - and I suspect that the sentiment isn't too far from the truth!
  • 2 1
 Love the music. Great video.
  • 2 1
 There are no mountains in the UK either, but we get on just fine!
  • 2 0
 Do does florida
  • 2 1
 Same thing with South Florida haha
  • 1 0
 Gun range is always worth the road rage. Get your Markham on.
  • 1 0
 Na worse..full blown denial lol
  • 2 0
 That was rad!
  • 1 0
 Fast forward to 3:20 for some actual riding.
  • 1 0
 I saw plenty of denial material in that vid. Great video!
  • 1 0
 I think he just used up the world's supply of denial
  • 1 0
 Y'all don't want to come to Hobart then. No mountains around here, no sir.
  • 1 0
 Ace edit guys - subbed !
  • 1 1
 We have no mountains in Maribor either, the town is flat as fu#%.
  • 3 0
 Only people lazy AF need gravity to have fun on a bike. A skill Builder with a shovel in dirt can make magic anywhere. That's the great thing about mountain bikes. No mountains required to get some fun out of them. Don't get me wrong I'm always down for a trip above the Treeline. At the end of the day I've had just as much fun with a gang of hooligans shredding the town.
  • 1 0
 Lol. You mean city with a bikepark and WC track? Oh cmon.
  • 1 0
 5:57 Justin M. T. Bieber
  • 1 0
 great edit

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