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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by desertwalker62, Jun 17, 2013.
Looks like the 3 Stooges got bikes...
seems like they need to speed up a lil bit. looks alot like my riding terrain and now I;m jealous.
white helmet is hilarious.
where's this at? some of it looks like Joshua tree.
That's what I'm saying. The sun will get to their head's soon. You back in the desert yet Ironhead? We should ride after I get my bike fixed!
Why you never buy a used bike....
that is perseverance!!
Great guys btw I allow me post this video in one local forum...
Ha! Somehow I knew it would be you Kevin. You're actually a really good technical rider, and your videos are awesome. Yeah, it's Joshua Tree you ffs. Rad.
It's not JT, there's no hipsters or tweakers
her's a non crash version!
Good fun. Make sand and big gnarly rocks your favorite...
Sunfair is an awesome place. I go there atleast once a week when the bike is running. I like to go show the dudes how to hill climb, CRF450 failed it, the rider was pissed when I went right up it on a 30 year old 300 lb bike.
Wicked single track back in the mountains, halfway through I was wishing for a smaller bike.
Even with 6 months of accumulated crashing, that's a lot of crashing for those trails.
That was great.
Only a couple of those actually looked painful...
Nothing quite like a crashfest with your buddies
You're welcome to try Sunfair out, it is awesome and nasty riding
I've ridden some fun single track before. None as grueling as the four hour 25 mile trek threw the nasty trail desertwalker dragged me threw. Can't wait to do it again.
I got bored less than two minutes into it and gave up watching, but "crash" is the wrong word for anything that happened in those first two minutes. The bike got dumped a bunch, but it didn't crash.
That's just the normal clumsy feeling you get when riding on challenging terrain.
You need to be going faster than 5 mph to "crash" a bike.