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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Again, it's a little dizzying being mounted on the bars with the bike leaning and whatnot, but overall the shakiness is not too bad. Certainly not bad for a $1.82 mount... Here it is:

    High Res, 126 MB

    YouTubage:





    Enjoy!
    Video is awesome. I can do without staring at Brian's ass, though.





    ~Rich~

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeanoNYC View Post
    Video is awesome. I can do without staring at Brian's ass, though.





    I was just glad there were no plumbers crack scenes...
    Brian

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    BTW, whats up with taking that braid to the right of the tree on the first little downhill with the jump at the bottom??

    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    BTW, whats up with taking that braid to the right of the tree on the first little downhill with the jump at the bottom??

    I followed Jeff.
    I ski double black diamonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    I followed Jeff.
    I saw Steve do it the other week, eliminates dropping into the washout

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    I was just glad there were no plumbers crack scenes...
    I am glad he edited out me checking 10 time to make sure I had no crack showing or my underwear wasn't riding up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by severine View Post
    Rad! Is this something you plan on doing with future rides? Looks like it worked out well for this one.
    Maybe now and then. It's tough to condense all that footage. With skiing, I can be selective with what footage I take and the scene file size tends to be smaller and more manageable. While riding, you kinda have to turn it on and let it roll. I found myself trying to start and stop mid-ride, and in addition to being very unsafe, it kinda disrupts the flow of the ride. I'll do a few more though; probably larger gatherings.

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    I think it came out awesome, great job Greg.
    Quote Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post
    Great job both of you on doing the bridges.
    Thanks and yeah, thanks on the bridge kudos. I still hate them, but I've found if I focus on the trail just beyond the end of the bridge, I'm okay. I actually crossed the little one right before 69 and made the small climb beyond it. Nate must think I'm a tool when I rejoice over clearing silly stuff like that.

    BTW, nobody mentioned the "hessians" yet. That's the term the Crankfire guys use for dirtbikers. I think it's hilarious.
    I ski double black diamonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Thanks and yeah, thanks on the bridge kudos. I still hate them, but I've found if I focus on the trail just beyond the end of the bridge, I'm okay. I actually crossed the little one right before 69 and made the small climb beyond it. Nate must think I'm a tool when I rejoice over clearing silly stuff like that.
    I was pissed that I didn't make that short climb after the bridge this time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    BTW, nobody mentioned the "hessians" yet. That's the term the Crankfire guys use for dirtbikers. I think it's hilarious.
    To be honest I forgot about them. Next to the stinky exhaust the worst part about them was waiting for the one guy get his stalled rig started so that they could get ahead of us. From what I saw they were relatively light on the trail damage at least.
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    To be honest I forgot about them. Next to the stinky exhaust the worst part about them was waiting for the one guy get his stalled rig started so that they could get ahead of us. From what I saw they were relatively light on the trail damage at least.
    Agreed, especially considering how wet it was.
    I ski double black diamonds.

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    Were there 2 of them? They passed me as I got to the car and then ripped down the fire road. They go on the trial you guys were riding?

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