Video: Nico Vink rides Bellingham
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When Nico Vink comes to town, you don’t miss the opportunity to see him work his magic on the every local trail possible. Watch Transition’s new film as Nico puts his mark on some of the best local riding spots!
It seems like every time he visits he stays in Bellingham for at least a month. Whether it’s helping with local events or playing incognito sales person at the Outpost, he is a true part of the Transition family and everyone gets excited when they hear Nico is coming to town.
“Bellingham is definitely a place that challenges my riding. There’s such a big trail building culture in the area and endless amounts of trails to ride. I’ve ridden some of the steepest tech ever in Bellingham. There’s an insane amount of loamy trails, jumps, rock slabs and so much more. The level of riding is also super high, when ever you go on a ride with someone, it’s full on. I love it!!
It doesn’t get any better. It’s just super rad to be part of a company that’s all about riding bikes and fully gets it. Every single time I’ve been visiting I get the opportunity to ride with the Transition crew on some of the sickest trails I’ve ever ridden. The Bellingham scene is on another level compared to other places I’ve been. There’s some die hard trail builders in the area and so much good stuff to ride. But I’m not sure if I’m supposed to say this. Maybe I should say something like Bellingham is boring, don’t go there. Not sure.” – Nico Vink
Filming – Skye Schillhammer & Hannah Bergemann
Drone Shots – Bartek Wu, Peter Vieth & Nathan Harris
Photography – Oliver Parish
Editing – Myles Trainer