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Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by n16ht5, Jul 29, 2012.
The saying is something like "Batshit fucking crazy!" :huh:huh:huh:huh
I salute you.
Mine is just a little point and shoot Nikon, I have packed the DSLR on one ride but it was not nearly accessible enough for me to use quickly. I am lazy like that, if I have to dig something out of my pack it won't get used. I have also ruined and lost enough P/S cameras on the trail that I would not be surprised to see a DSLR crumble to pieces or disappear on me.
My camera resides on my top camelback cross strap for quick and easy access, don't mind the short tough guy behind me...
The one with me on the WR with the saw was taken by my friend Ben with a point and shoot canon. Funny because he shoots Nikon DSLR and I shoot Canon DSLR, we need to trade point and shoots for consistency.
With that I leave you with some snow on the 125.
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Slush Cup Run
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Dale ran out of gas on top of Sugarloaf. Brr
Nice video. It sure is a pretty time for trail riding right now!
I love my motorcycles.
Wow, I've been missing out on some good stuff.
I enjoy your trail video's a lot. I couldn't ride those single track trails you do, but I sure do enjoy watching you. While watching, I was thinking to myself if you guys ever have a mishap. Then I see your fellow rider having a bit of trouble around the switchback, so my question has been answered. Then to top it off. . .snow!. Boy oh boy, you guys are good riders. My knee felt better when you finished on the paved logging road.
Good stuff, thanks for sharing!
Ever wonder why the rest of the world, that doesn't ride, thinks we are just a bit off-base? In what other hobby/sport, when your partner for the day, attempting to maneuver himself and his motorcycle through a difficult uphill-hairpin turn, on a steep mountain slope no less, falls off, rolls backward and downhill and barely stops just before going over the edge...does the rider witnessing this potential catastrophic event, do what we all do in that situation...laugh out loud at our friend, and savor the thought of mocking him unmercifully at the end of the day! Enjoying your RR's.
Thanks, Chris. I like these pics and videos more every time I look at them.
Haven't been doing any cool riding lately.. other than getting stuck in the snow
and some lowland spelunkin
Recap of 2012:
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First let me say, your riding video's are my most favorite, and there's lots of good ones out there.
Second, thank you for reminding me I'm scared of heights. Some, scratch that, MOST of your high altitude side hill trail riding almost makes me ill. I would be so so scared riding those kind of high country mountain trails. Really great footage (for me to WATCH), but I'm glad I'm older and slower so I'm not tempted to ride the trails you do!
Thanks so much for this recap. Really enjoyed watching and see some of the area's you ride in. Have fun riding in 2013!!
Great video. I like the ending!
My son liked watching me riding in it.
Hope we can get out to see more of our beautiful state this summer.
Thanks man. Can't wait for the mountain riding this summer :)
Went to McNutt
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Looks tough there!
So what happened on that bridge? Were you originally going perpendicular to it? :eek1 There was sure not much of it left.
Uh yeah it kind of collapsed on me.
Nice post and pics !