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    A little Angel fire stoke

    We recently went to angel fire once again to sample all the new and the old. Before we left I wanted to come up with a mount to attach my gopro to the seat instead of the seatpost . Anyways the mount was a success and here is a teaser video until I get around to going thru all my footage to make the main video . This is from ziggy which is the gateway to most of the mountains trails . When ridden fast it really is a fun lil trail and now after 3years the trail has taken its character well.

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    The angle worked well, you really see the speed and it's cool to see the bike leaning over.

    But, I feel like I'm sitting under your crotch...
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

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    Ass cam. Cool!

    Just foolin'. Like the vid.
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    That trail looks fun. Cool POV too, once the taint shots get cropped out
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    Thanks for the stoke! Ziggy looks much more mature than it did last time I was there in 2011.

    When was this shot? Looks a bit dusty out still.

    Will be out there in 2 weeks! Hope the weather is not bad enough to shut down the lifts for an extended length of time. I've been watching the weather out there this week and they have had some precipitation. So hoping by the time we get there, enough precip will tame the dust a bit. Not a deal breaker, but it would be nice to ride dust free for once.

    Did you guys have any precip while up there? Last time I was up there, they closed the lift on the last day due to thunderstorms. We decided to head home instead of wait to see if they would open Chile back up.

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    Agreed in 2011 ziggy was fresh cut . Its hardpack fun now. This video is from last week and yes still very dusty however they have been getting stormed on over the last two days so that is coming to an end . Also even when I went during the wet season in 2011 the lifts weren't ever down for long .
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