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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    This is pretty damn impressive:



    Dude breaks his chain right out of the game and is still able to pull off the win.
    No kidding! Gwin's amazing.

    Quote Originally Posted by benski View Post
    I guess you don't need to pedal when downhill mountain biking.
    There was a flat section (around 0:51 of the video) where most of the guys were hammering on the pedals because of a head wind.

    This is Gwin's run from 2014 at Leogang:


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    Quote Originally Posted by buellski View Post
    No kidding! Gwin's amazing.



    There was a flat section (around 0:51 of the video) where most of the guys were hammering on the pedals because of a head wind.

    This is Gwin's run from 2014 at Leogang:

    Another impressive run!
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    Quote Originally Posted by buellski View Post
    No kidding! Gwin's amazing.



    There was a flat section (around 0:51 of the video) where most of the guys were hammering on the pedals because of a head wind.

    This is Gwin's run from 2014 at Leogang:

    Man he has gear issues!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlague View Post
    Man he has gear issues!
    Might be time to look for a new mechanic..
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    Quote Originally Posted by buellski View Post
    No kidding! Gwin's amazing.



    There was a flat section (around 0:51 of the video) where most of the guys were hammering on the pedals because of a head wind.

    This is Gwin's run from 2014 at Leogang:

    He's lucky his rear wheel did not lock up. That happened to a friends bike except the rear wheal had to be picked to move it.

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    Latest in "Flow" trail design


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    Quote Originally Posted by buellski View Post
    Latest in "Flow" trail design

    One description I saw of that video earlier today called it a "terrifying" video. It looks pretty damn awesome to me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR. evil View Post
    This kind of trials style riding on an FS bike is really impressive

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zXrFAUX3tJM
    Wow, is that a Mongooose? They are SO SICK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buellski View Post
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    Pretty damn cool. Although a tumble could result in a self-inflicted curb stomp
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiNEwhere View Post
    Pretty damn cool. Although a tumble could result in a self-inflicted curb stomp
    Yeah, definitely don't want to fall there. At best, you'd end up with some pretty serious road rash.

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