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    Bikepacking film thread

    The fatbikers have one, so why not the bikepackers? There might be a value in having all bikepacking videos in one thread.

    I'll throw in a couple and see if we get the ball rolling.



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    ^^ Nice video. I enjoyed the occasional narration, you have a great voice for it.

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    No more videos?


    Quote Originally Posted by mtbxplorer View Post
    ^^ Nice video. I enjoyed the occasional narration, you have a great voice for it.
    Thanks. It was took some courage to try it, with my strong accent and English being my third language.
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    awesome dude, very well done

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    Great idea for a thread. I'd like to see some "how to" videos demonstrating gear, techniques, etc.

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    Fantastic videos Peter! I enjoy your blog as well. In particular, the landscapes of your homeland are beautiful. They remind me a lot of areas in Northern Ontario which I am familiar with. Keep it up!

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    Great videos Outsider! What camera/camera equipment you shoot with?

    I've put mine up before, but ill post it here too. It was shot with a little Canon s95. This was my first video, and man, it's a learning process... Next time around i'm going to use a bit more stabilization

    I've also got a map of the route on my blog, here.

    Bikepacking McCall's Hot Springs from Casey Greene on Vimeo.

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    Ah man, finally got around to seeing those vids... excellent stoke. LOVED it!

    And your narration is so good I think I should ask you to voice-over all our stuff. It would make the whole video seem a whole lot cooler than with our inane babbling, lol.
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    SO much good stoke in here!

    Thanks for the vids to watch during the dark days of winter

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    Thanks for all the kind words and encouragement! I use Panasonic GH2 with a few lenses for filming and a Canon S90 for time lapses. I recently also bought a GoPro Hero3 Black Edition, so I'm should have the gear I need now.

    Now hopefully we get some more videos here. There have been some videos in this forum before.
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    Great vids! I need to start recording.
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    Great video Flumph!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flumphboy View Post
    Great videos Outsider! What camera/camera equipment you shoot with?

    I've put mine up before, but ill post it here too. It was shot with a little Canon s95. This was my first video, and man, it's a learning process... Next time around i'm going to use a bit more stabilization

    I've also got a map of the route on my blog, here.

    Bikepacking McCall's Hot Springs from Casey Greene on Vimeo.

    this made me smile lots :-)

    doesnt need any words at all

    great times

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    Diggin' this one: Bikepacking John's canyon Utah

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbxplorer View Post
    ^^ Nice video. I enjoyed the occasional narration, you have a great voice for it.
    Agreed. I found your films (esp the lakes trip) almost as relaxing as the solo bikepacker trip experience - really enjoyed them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzattack View Post
    Diggin' this one: Bikepacking John's canyon Utah...
    Oh man, that looks so sweet....
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    Keep Matt Hunter company on a solo (except for the grizzly bears) two day ride-adventure through the Canadian wilderness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzattack View Post
    Keep Matt Hunter company on a solo (except for the grizzly bears) two day ride-adventure through the Canadian wilderness.
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    An extremely cool video.
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    Bikepacking film thread

    Quote Originally Posted by flumphboy View Post
    Great videos Outsider! What camera/camera equipment you shoot with?

    I've put mine up before, but ill post it here too. It was shot with a little Canon s95. This was my first video, and man, it's a learning process... Next time around i'm going to use a bit more stabilization

    I've also got a map of the route on my blog, here.

    Bikepacking McCall's Hot Springs from Casey Greene on Vimeo.

    Wow, good stuff. And ironically I'm pretty sure I have that same Stumpjumper MXX, circa 1998(?). So cool to see it in a recent bpack video!


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    Great videos everybody. Here is one from last fall.


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    Here's one from a short outing a month ago:
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    These are great! keep them coming.

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    These videos made me want to start planning a trip. Pulling out all the maps now!

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    March should give snow crust strong enough for riding on. We don't have it yet, and it does not look promising currently, but here are two videos from one and two years ago:



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    What bars are you using on your bike in this video? They Look like some really comfy dirt drops! Really great video, so beautiful!
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