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WORTH IT – S01 E11 – SOUTH OF POLAND

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WORTH IT – an extreme MTB documentary produced by Leo Gamboc and Jonas Drechsler. Photo credit: Grzegorz Gałuszka

WORTH IT S01 E11: "SOUTH OF POLAND" | AN EXTREME MTB DOCUMENTARY
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@btproject.eu pump track. I hope to get you some job soon in Umag. These berms are amazing. Click here for the video.

The biggest fear of putting something on the Internet is that your creation can be hated/liked and judged by anonymous people around the globe, which do nothing and sit in front of their screens scared of making a real move in real life. By looking at the insights less than 300 people actually read these articles and in a way that’s good for me. The good thing is that there is nothing to fear and I can express what ever I feel in that moment.

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Thx to the local Miloš for the BIKE tour of Wrocław. #CantStop #Oakley

Ok, now after I spread a little bit of hate let’s write from the heart. The idea about WORTH IT was born in November 2016. At that point, it was in my mind. It happened after 2 months of a kinda depressed phase of my life or something like that. I was feeling down because the riding season was over and I didn’t even have a chance to ride (read jump and do tricks) my bike around my area (yes I tried building jumps at home, but it didn’t work out). 9 months later and BOOM, WORTH IT is a thing. It’s not just in my mind anymore, so what did I get from it, or better, what did I create for myself? I have a chance to travel the world (in a van), meet new people almost every day, and ride my bike more often. To be able to do this I work (manage, film, write, promote, etc.) more than ever before and it ends up that I’m so tired to ride my bike when the opportunity comes. So, now I have an opportunity to ride, but I’m too tired to do it….hahaha, life is so funny.

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Miloš home trails. Check his riding in the WORTH IT episode on the TOP, he is only 18 years old.

I decided to get sick last week to rethink the whole thing. And this is my conclusion. Everything is going well, 80% of what I dreamt in September I now have, and it makes me feel glorious. The 20% I don’t have are the things I focus on the most and I still manage to be unhappy and unsatisfied while living the dream. Now, the 20% I feel I don’t have are the things I haven’t clearly defined at the beginning of the dream. The things I thought don’t matter, and now these things make me insecure and I start rethinking what I really wanted. So, let’s rewrite the dream and move on from this sick week in a victorious fashion.

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On Friday we visited Dawid Godziak.

I want to ride my bike every day. I want to be better at riding my bike every day. I want to do it with people that have the same passion. I want to bring my view of mountain biking to the world. I want to travel the world with the people that matter to me (friends, bike friends, Ena). I want to be motivated every day to bring the best out of me, and improve myself in the best of ways. I want to make enough money from my management skills that I don’t have to look at my bank account for more than a year, and just know I have enough money to do what I love. I want to know how to help the next person when it’s the right time to do it, in the best possible way. I want to bring the best out of me every day and feel good about my decisions. I want to know how to be happy and remember that happiness starts from the inside. I want to be more considerate and more altruistic to the persons around me.

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In search of the river trails. #valamarlovesbikes

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The river trails.

My view of mountain biking: I can travel the world thanks to my managing skills and riding skills. With the help of a team, I can create quality and unique visual and written content that inspires other to follow their dreams. I want to build the best dirt jump bike park in Croatia because there is no place like home. I want to have the best crew of people around me that share the same vision and are motivated to create the best trails ever in this bike park. When the bike park is built, I want to manage that bike park and bring more people to Croatia, and build a strong bike community at home so every kid can get to know this sport in the best way.

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A group photo with Grzegorz Gałuszka and his mom before we left for Krakow.

So in other words, I want to ride my bike, have amazing friends that do the same, have a quality and trustworthy relationship with Ena, and be in Croatia. But, to do all that I feel like there is a little bit more of traveling and learning to do so that this bike park can be nothing less than what is Barcelona for street riders.

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I felt sick on Sunday. Even if I was really motivated to ride the Sikornik trails my condition didn’t let me do it. 

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Sikornik trails

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Sikornik trails are also called Fox’s Caves.

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I felt super sick on Sunday night so Jonas did a bike tour of Krakow. #bestphoto #nofilter #cedevita

Thanks to all the people that supported us from the start.

Maita Golzem, Malik Haase, Simone Unger, Martina i Bojan, Mislav Mironović, Massimiliano Burattini, Petra Mrvić, Juraj Bačić, Jani Fučka, Nikola Radović, James Ross Spencer, Kamil Kulik, Karlo Fic, Luka, BK TNT Pazin, Nikola Marin, Nina Stopar, Daniel Herrmann, Jurica Barač, Alessandro Cantelli, Nik Rijavec, Ivan Boban, Peter Kaiser, Paulo Valenta, Marko Božić, Ivan Grgur, Boris Božić, Alen Radetić, Sergio di Ukraino, Athina Trakas, Claudia Drechsler, Maja Dujlović, Mislav Boban, Dinko Šindija, Marjana Široka, Stopar Marjan, Primož Tanko, Sanja, Hrvoje Jergović, WORTH IT, Andrea Kert, Tomislav Perko, Teo Žikic, Erik Matkovich, Dorian Šestan, Ivan Popov, worth it, Marek Konkoly, Marko Mišković, Andrej Dekleva, Ivan Gavran, Live the Dream Tour, Fran Marko Vlahinic, Daniele Ferri, Vedrana Koceić, Ena Mehulić, Vlado Gamboc, Iris Dragolin, Norma Gamboc.

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