BMX Paradise: Ep 1 - Dawid Godziek & Crew Shred New Zealand Raw on a BMX Holiday

BMX Paradise: Ep 1 - Dawid Godziek & Crew Shred New Zealand Raw on a BMX Holiday

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BMX Paradise: Ep 1 - Dawid Godziek & Crew Shred New Zealand Raw on a BMX Holiday

New Zealand is an island country in the south-western Pacific Ocean located around 1,500km east of Australia, across the Tasman Sea. It was one of the last lands to be settled by humans and during its long isolation New Zealand developed a distinctive biodiversity of animal, plant and BMX life.

The country’s varied topography makes its a perfect place for all sports enthusiasts and that’s why we visited it during European winter with BMX ace Dawid Godziek and pals to enjoy the summer riding down under. Watch the boys set out on an epic tour of some of New Zealand’s most famous riding spots in chapter 1 of this video series.

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