Posts Tagged ‘barcelona’
My very first Barcelona trip. In early 2013 I joined my bros Maik Lojewski, Daniel Gourski & Jurij Pelaev on my first trip to Barcelona. I’ve heard much but still could’nt believe actually being there.
It was actually right how everybody described it to me before. We visited Mathias von Gostomski who lived in Barcelona at that time and were glad he could show us around. Even though he didn’t really want to go to the typical spots we ended up checking the famous stuff first cause it was Jurij and my first time over there.
Just right when we really wanted to search for new spots, it started to rain. The weather was predicted to be bad but we actually got two or three days of sunny blading and one evening on Mathias’ balkony with the sun shining on us. Good times!
The fourth day started with dry streets but gray and rainy clouds covering the sky which turned out to release the water soon enough to annoy us in the middle of the session. Even though half of the week was screwed due to the rain it was one of the best trips I’ve had. I will always remember ThemBroaks in Barcelona.
We wanted to make a video way earlier but due to the lack of clips and the rain nobody really got the motivation for it. Some of us also used their clips partially in other projects so we forgot about making the video.
Recently I got all the clips together and started cutting. These are only my clips. More or less just for the sake of the good memories. I hope to release a version with all the clips of the guys soon. – Jo Zenk.
Filmed by all of us. Additional shots by Mathias v. Gostomski.
A flick of our three days trip, between christmas and new year, with Felix Humbug, Lucas Landthaler, Alexander Klober, Axel Betz, Yannick Uber, Christian Lunke and Wolfgang Appelt.
Part 1: Ramble Tamble - Music: CCR – Ramble Tamble.
Part 2: Skatepark, Arenys de Munt – Music: CCR – Up Around The Bend.
Edited by Rafael Lopez.
- Michel Prado (250 euros)
- Xavier Eguino (150 euros)
- Daniel Gomez (100 euros)
Video on Facebook. No login required.
Previously: Nick Lomax: December 2014, Edit by Id Inglis.