Ptor Spricenieks, a legendary ski mountaineer and La Grave trail builder, sends it with a loaded 40L Builder Pack.
Pascal Vallin, the President of L'association de velo alternatif de La Grave (AVAG). He digs, he rides.
Ptor Spricenieks hikes into the build zone with the 40L Builder Pack.
Power tools, hand tools, fuel, food, water and more, the 40L Builder Pack is a beast.
Pascal Vallin enjoys the ride home in the 25L Builder Pack.
Vinny T tests out the new zone.
THIS IS LA GRAVE
The outer fuel pockets work well for baguettes too.
The all new 25L Builder Pack
Flatbed chassis with anchors allows for multiple configurations, and the expandable, removeable floating cargo pocket fits large power tools.
The redesigned 40L Builder Pack
The 40L Builder Pack features multiple storage pockets for tools, water, fuel, and first aid and converts to flatbed for construction bucket carry
Cinematography: Maxime Rambaud
Photos: Morgan Bodet
Editing: Tyler Malay/Workhorse Collective
I've been going back to La Grave every few years since then and I really appreciate the trail maintenance in recent years. I'll never forget speaking to a local who was happy to see riders enjoying the mountain, he said "Bring your friends but make sure they're good!"
This video doesn't do the difficulty justice.... www.pinkbike.com/video/417060
Also - did I just watch 5 min backpack commercial? Dakine better have lifetime warranty on this
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