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    Nasty & Stupid


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    Good times. That new line kinda ate our lunch.

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    Nice, that OTB was classic

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    Yet another bigO classic video, thanks for sharing!
    And yes, on camera it looks damn steep - especially when that big chunk starts to slide along with the rider.
    The best is the one you want to ride most often..

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    I thought when your buddy goes OTB, you're supposed to ask if he's okay before you laugh your @$$ off...
    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you’ll crash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woahey View Post
    I thought when your buddy goes OTB, you're supposed to ask if he's okay before you laugh your @$$ off...
    Big Laugh... Check if OK... More Laughing. That's my recipe...

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    That was entertaining, did seem a little like Old Man. Kind of a cross between riding and sliding. Repeated attempts impressive.

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    Great bailout technique by your buddy! Done that a few times on the motocross bike to avoid serious injury. I rode the second crummy trail once a couple months ago and it hasn't gotten any easier.
    A for effort! Good stuff!
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    Pretty sweet! Nice job on the video once again Mike.
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    Video again, doen't do the trail justices, BUT it was a blast. If you piece all our runs together we cleaned it .................Drew

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    My wife was duly impressed. Great video, but as I once heard it said, "A man's gotta know his limitations!" I know mine, and I ain't trying that. I applaud you crazy bastards though! LOL
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    Funny, my wife just thinks we're dumb. I kid.

    It's a tough line; I think next time more speed is the key as there's no traction on the off-camber stuff.

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    Jesus....if I hear one of those bells, I'll just start laughing before I see anyone.....
    Nice KOM, sorry about your penis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMX_DBC View Post
    Great bailout technique by your buddy! Done that a few times on the motocross bike to avoid serious injury. I rode the second crummy trail once a couple months ago and it hasn't gotten any easier.
    A for effort! Good stuff!
    Notice hes got flats, I cannot count how many times my flats saved my ass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blatant View Post
    It's a tough line; I think next time more speed is the key as there's no traction on the off-camber stuff.
    My first attempt at anything is usually half-assed. Definitely will feel a little more comfortable next time we try it...

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    If drew endos you know that sh%t is steep! Great vid mike
    Keep the rubber side down

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBCanuck View Post
    If drew endos you know that sh%t is steep! Great vid mike
    If you judge the distance of the fall I'm guessing 10-12 feet. It was steep!.................Drew

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBCanuck View Post
    If drew endos you know that sh%t is steep! Great vid mike
    Is that a crack about the size of his ass and how he couldn't possibly go OtB with that much weight behind the seat?

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    Let me rephrase: When 250 pounds of Drew is completely over the rear wheel and still manages to go OTB, you know it's STEEP.

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    ^^ something like that. After seeing him eat cheese grantor with his eyes closed.... I get the idea
    Keep the rubber side down

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    Steep section indeed. It's hard to hike up that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by big0mike View Post
    is that a crack about the size of his ass and how he couldn't possibly go otb with that much weight behind the seat?
    e.a.d.

    Quote Originally Posted by blatant View Post
    let me rephrase: When 250 pounds of drew is completely over the rear wheel and still manages to go otb, you know it's steep.
    e.a.d.

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