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    Couple globe chest cam videos...

    I know one of these was posted already in another thread, but I thought I would add it anyways. Enjoy 3k ft of downhill in each vid BTW, I can't really take credit for the riding or filming in these, my buddy's camera my vimeo account, lol.


    Freight Train to Icehouse canyon rd

    Freight Train from Daniel Cassetti on Vimeo.



    Icehouse canyon

    Ice House Canyon from Daniel Cassetti on Vimeo.


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    Can it be considered biking if you don't actually turn the pedals?
    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    We pedal alot on these trails. Guess thats why were not in the vid very much.
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    I saw the pedals make few rotations. I'm sold. I'll have to make the trip sometime soon. How long to get to the top from Tempe?
    Today's the day I eat bikes.

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    is that a hose running along the side of the trail or a power cable?

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    It's plastic pipe running from doghouse spring up in icehouse canyon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dag Nabbit
    I saw the pedals make few rotations. I'm sold. I'll have to make the trip sometime soon. How long to get to the top from Tempe?
    Join a group that has been . I don't feel comfortable sending people down freight alone if they never have been . Also our normal pickup spot which has been adopted by most over the years isn't easy to follow unless you ride with someone who knows it. Easy to get lost or pass turns that need to be made..

    But if you do a search for globe you will find all the info you need as far as getting up top from town the quick way and pickup info for both the old spot down by the ranger station and our off kellner canyon road. I have typed it out in many threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longhairmike
    is that a hose running along the side of the trail or a power cable?
    Oh how I detest that bastid.

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    yup up on ice house it just happens to cross in too many bad spots. I get nailed by at least one everytime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork
    yup up on ice house it just happens to cross in too many bad spots. I get nailed by at least one everytime.

    Those hoses suck. My next task up there is to bury those things, Mikey and I just didn't make it down that far on our last work day.

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    Yeah Daniel and I were just talking about that last time. time to take a pick and make a channel and cover em . Crashes on those are worse than normal crashes i think lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork
    Yeah Daniel and I were just talking about that last time. time to take a pick and make a channel and cover em . Crashes on those are worse than normal crashes i think lol

    Yeah, thats exactly what I was thinking of doing, dig a 8-12" deep trench across the trail, bury them and be done with them. Maybe I'll get Foote to roll up there with me in the next week or so and just start at the bottom.

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    That stupid black pipe took a couple of big swings at me too, so let me know when I can help and dig a nice shallow grave for it.

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    will do .
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