Rider Turns Chilean Mountainsides Into His Personal Freeride Playground


When Andreu Lacondeguy drops a line, we pay attention. That has been the law of freeriding as long as the Spanish sender has been on the scene.

His latest project, Lost in Chile, is no exception.

In fact here are some of the iPhone throwaways from the filming of that project. Spoiler alert: they are almost anyone else's best clips ever.

Take a look at them below.

Lacondeguy was notably missing from Rampage this year which is usually most folks' only opportunity to get eyes on him riding big mountain lines every year. It is understandable why he withdrew, he's been doing this a long time and has a considerable amount of Rampage hardware to prove it.

When he dropped his Chile movie it was evident why he didn't want to hop into Rampage as well this year on top of all that.

As a fan, I am just always glad to see more of Lacon ripping huge lines. That is one aspect of mountain biking I hope never changes.

Related: 'Lost In Chile'- Mountain Biking From The Atacama Desert To To Patagonia

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