We have seen a lot of videos from the Caracas trails over the past few years, but did you know this place has a history that goes back 20 years? Check out this video we spotted over on Can You Dig It from a news story that was done on the place. No idea what they’re saying since we don’t speak Portuguese, but the riding is damn good as always.
Here’s one we spotted over on Can You Dig It from the jam that went down at the Caracas Trails down in Brazil! Some solid riding and plenty of good times! Check it!
“Caracas Trails Arraial JAM – Thank you to all locals riders Leandro Moreira, Joao Geraldo, Alcides, Hebert Melo, Marcelo Cineli and all persons who celebrate our traditional Arraial JAM.”
Every time I see a video from the Caracas Trails I’m just blown away by the location and how big they are! Here’s a fresh one we just spotted on Can You Dig It. Hit up the play button to see some of the sessions going down!
Julian Rocha shreds the Caracas Trails on a regular basis it would seem, as every video that we have ever posted of him is from these jumps. They are some pretty magnificent jumps, so I guess he doesn’t have any reason to ride or film anywhere else!
Here’s a dialed video I spotted over on Can You Dig It of Big House’s Eder Dantas, Henrique Castro, Bruno Tatini and Julian Rocha getting some time in at the Caracas Trails down in Brazil. These trails always blow my mind just from the location alone, but the riding is damn good too! Take a look!
Spotted on Can You Dig It. Check out this video that Henrique “Valvo” Castro put together from some of the sessions going down at the Caracas Trails while he heals up from an injury. I don’t think I’ll ever get over how massive those trails are and the location they are in. Amazing.
song : The Dirty Heads – Best the Us
Edit / filming : Henrique Castro
I don’t have the slightest clue as to what these guys are saying in this video, but if I was a betting man, I’d imagine they are talking about how dialed the Caracas trails in Brazil is. This past week we’ve seen 3 videos total from this place and it’s clear why… It’s an epic spot! Check out the crew putting in some work and getting some laps in for this new video from ESPN Brazil.
The Caracas trails have popped up a number of times over the years. It looks like it’s keeping a scene cooking too. Look at how young some of those kids are getting stoked on the place. Hell, look at how big those jumps are!