Rocky Hell Road: Mountain Biking in the Basque Country

Enjoy a short daydream from the office on a Monday with this nicely filmed edit from Basque MTB as they explore the rocky and mythical Mount Larun in Northern Spain.

Today my good friend Carlos and I took our Cove G-Spots up, and down, a local mountain. The descent is only around 1000m, however it is unrelentingly rocky and technical. Both climb and descent are a big physical challenge. Contrary to the soundtrack there are no “big jumps”, only normal mountain biking! The G-Spot is perfect for this, I’ve got mine kitted out with Marzocchi 55’s on the front and it really carries great speed over this technical terrain.

You can read more about this route over on the BasqueMTB website: basqueMTB.com

Songs are:
“Big Jumps” by Emiliana Torrini and “You’re Too Late Satan” by Worm is Green.


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