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Embarking on an adrenaline-packed adventure, Freebord Europe’s pro team riders, Jordi Puig and Adrien Mainand, recently journeyed to Morocco for a week-long escapade. Guided by local Freebord awarded dude, 2022 Rookie of the Year, Adnane Chiboub, the crew explored the diverse landscapes, cultures, and challenging terrains of Morocco. You don’t want to miss that video.

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Discovering the local culture

The expedition kicked off in the vibrant city of Mohammedia, where the riders were introduced to the local community, the araboard. From there, they embarked on a journey that took them through the bustling streets and challenging hills of the region.

Beyond the thrill of the ride, Puig and Mainand immersed themselves in the rich and vibrant culture of Morocco. They explored local markets, tasted traditional cuisine, and connected with the welcoming Moroccan community.

Street Spots and Downhill of Agadir

Led by Adnane, the riders explored a variety of street spots, showcasing their skills and adapting to the unique challenges of Moroccan terrain. From narrow alleys to bustling markets, the team carved through the streets with style.

The journey also included heavy downhill sessions, where the riders pushed their limits on challenging descents. Adapting to the diverse landscapes of Mohammedia, Agadir, and Taghazout, they demonstrated the versatility of Freebording.

What it’s all about

The collaboration between international riders and local Freeborders fostered a meaningful cultural exchange. The Moroccan Freebord community welcomed Puig and Mainand, creating lasting connections and sharing the passion for the sport.

Jordi Puig and Adrien Mainand’s Moroccan expedition was more than a thrill-seeking adventure; it was a fusion of extreme sports, cultural exploration, and community building. The journey not only showcased the riders’ skills but also highlighted the global unity within the Freebord community. Stay tuned for more epic adventures and collaborations from Freebord Europe.

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