I could do it with my eyes shut ...

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I could do it with my eyes shut ...

Post by Ian Hingley » Tue Mar 09, 2010 8:35 pm

Take a look at this clip someone forwarded to me:

http://www.snotr.com/video/4016

Maybe beat could translate for us!

The electric start would be a good idea too. Wouldn't want to stall my Victor just there. No danger of the kickstart catching on the floor though ...
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Re: I could do it with my eyes shut ...

Post by beat » Tue Mar 09, 2010 9:23 pm

yes, I can translate : they say " no problem, nice road it is, - just hope as there is not a hungry BEAR is coming along from the other side :!: "
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Re: I could do it with my eyes shut ...

Post by rhino » Wed Mar 10, 2010 6:01 pm

For sale, one pair of very narrow handlebars, one careful owner, rider retiring due to brain malfunction...

He wasn't hanging around neither :shock:

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Re: I could do it with my eyes shut ...

Post by britgaskets » Wed Oct 13, 2010 3:27 am

If anyone wants to ride deer trails like that here I can arrange it. The downhill mountain bikers know them all and some are close to city LOL! great trail that one and riders. Once that tire is over you better be slidin off the back onto the trail and resist the I can save her moment.
I remember this as a sponsored gig video from a couple years back, 'prolly the raw footage. Should have been called the Mountain goat ride or big horn something. Insanity and bravery are tough to distinguish at times.
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I like the one comment, "is there a way down? I have no idea the response". Like how he moves camera quick as buddy behind dismounts to lift his bike.
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