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    Big and Tall Action Pics & Vids

    Every other forum has them why can't this forum have one?

    I'll start.
    I fit well into Clyde territory at 6'6" 250lbs.

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    I just bought a steel HT 29er and I am enjoying immensely!
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    And, here's a vid that I just recently put together of me riding my 29er. This bike is pretty sweet!
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    Alright!
    Now it's your turn!
    Lets show those puny people that we can ride!!

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    Any video of me riding would definitely hurt our cause way more than it would help...lol

    Nice video though. Someday I'll get a camera and do some stuff of my own.
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    6'4" about 205lbs

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    Dude, I ain't got no pics, but dude, just wanted to say nice seeing a clyde on a Knolly. Is that a delirium? I just picked up a Chilcotin. It's my first AM bike and after some fine tuning I'm slowly realizing what an amazing bike it is.

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    not much but workin on it!

    Not as big air as these other guys but im working on it![ATTACH]Big and Tall Action Pics &amp; Vids-w-jump.jpg[/ATTACH]
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    Hellz Ya RideEverything!!!! Great stuff!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by masonmoa View Post
    Dude, I ain't got no pics, but dude, just wanted to say nice seeing a clyde on a Knolly. Is that a delirium? I just picked up a Chilcotin. It's my first AM bike and after some fine tuning I'm slowly realizing what an amazing bike it is.
    Yes, it is a Knolly Delirium.
    It is a Great bike! And, up until recently it was my "one" bike that I did everything from bike park laps to epic all day rides on!
    I now have just added a 29er HT to my line up so that is taking over the more pedally rides.

    If the Chilcotin rides anything like the Delirium I'm sure that it'll be an amazing bike!

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    Here's another one.
    I've been sitting on this footage for a bit. My motivation for editing is that my HT that I'm riding in the vid is out of commission due to warranty issues. So, I'm vicariously riding my bike through watching myself ride!

    Enjoy!
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    For a little perspective here's a photo of the first rock face. This pic was taken last year riding a different bike.

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    Me this morning big guy in a tight spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatt22d View Post
    Not as big air as these other guys but im working on it![ATTACH]Click image for larger version. 

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    That's what it's all about! Nice contribution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freighttrain48 View Post
    Me this morning big guy in a tight spot
    Nice!
    It looks like your bars barely fit through the gap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Nice!
    It looks like your bars barely fit through the gap!
    They did need to cut them down a smidge

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    Here is me taking a corner at a race.
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    Here's another vid that I put together from yesterday evening's ride.

    The ride/race is a weekly event hosted by the local mtb association WORCA. You pay a toonie ($2) and ride a course that is set out on a selection of trails in the valley then have an apres dinner and beer(s) provided by a couple of local businesses that sponsor that night's Toonie Ride. It's a great weekly social event/ride/race!

    In this week's Toonie the course went up the Whistler Sliding Centre track (bobsled/luge track)!

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    Not much air but @ 6' & 295lbs, gettin both tires off the ground on a 29er can be scarey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbVII View Post
    Not much air but @ 6' & 295lbs, gettin both tires off the ground on a 29er can be scarey!
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    I assume there is supposed to be a picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    I assume there is supposed to be a picture?
    Click the arrow and it is a video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbVII View Post
    Click the arrow and it is a video.
    I realize that you're being a smartass with that comment. However, I actually can't see anything picture or video related in your post. All that my screen is showing me is your text with no arrow to click.

    Here's my smartass comment: Get some embedding skills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    I realize that you're being a smartass with that comment. However, I actually can't see anything picture or video related in your post. All that my screen is showing me is your text with no arrow to click.

    Here's my smartass comment: Get some embedding skills!
    I can see the video on my computer with no problem. Here are a few other links that might help you view it. Sorry, my computer skills are minimal, and I'm not very good at being a dick. You seem to be much better than me at both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbVII View Post
    I can see the video on my computer with no problem. Here are a few other links that might help you view it. Sorry, my computer skills are minimal, and I'm not very good at being a dick. You seem to be much better than me at both.
    No, I think you've got me beat in that department regardless of all the smilies you post following a comment like that.

    And, your links bring me to photobucket but there still isn't a video I can watch.
    Oh well, c'est la vie.

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    I watched the embedded video just fine.

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    yep me too. Cool vid RobbVII

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbVII View Post
    I can see the video on my computer with no problem. Here are a few other links that might help you view it. Sorry, my computer skills are minimal, and I'm not very good at being a dick. You seem to be much better than me at both.
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    Your location says 'Mid-Michigan', I was wondering which trail is in the video?

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    That is the north loop at Midland City Forest.

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    290lbs one wheeling it at Kingdom Trails in Burke VT. This should be an add for salsa rims

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    Is that a 26 inch bike? If it's a 29, or if they make 29 inch rims, we need to talk, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark! View Post
    Is that a 26 inch bike? If it's a 29, or if they make 29 inch rims, we need to talk, haha.
    Those wouid be 29er

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    nice video for sure

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    More action pics and vids please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbVII View Post
    More action pics and vids please!
    Here ya go...!

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    Great pics.

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    Yesterday I picked up a GoPro HD Hero2, hopefully I can get down to the trails soon and get something posted in here (after some practice with it, if it ends up being worthy of posting).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MhzMonster View Post
    Yesterday I picked up a GoPro HD Hero2, hopefully I can get down to the trails soon and get something posted in here (after some practice with it, if it ends up being worthy of posting).
    Try the timed shot setting. I believe the the Hero2 can be set to take pics every 0.5 seconds. It's kinda cool sometimes with what you end up with.
    With the Hero, the one I have, it only has the setting of taking a picture every 2 seconds. That makes timing the self shot pics a little complex!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Try the timed shot setting. I believe the the Hero2 can be set to take pics every 0.5 seconds. It's kinda cool sometimes with what you end up with.
    With the Hero, the one I have, it only has the setting of taking a picture every 2 seconds. That makes timing the self shot pics a little complex!
    Thanks! I'll give the time lapse mode a shot. I do plan on getting the WiFi BacPac and WiFi Remote just to make it easier in post-process, self timer shots, and more usable storage space on the card (less time wasted).
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    This is on the peak of Whistler Mountain on a new trail in the bike park called Top Of The World.

    I'm in the orange helmet.
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    ... and if we just ...

    Here I am at two races, the top is is from one called Run from the Cops, the other is a Time Trial of a linear trail called Wild Turkey, riders were set off in 2 minute intervals. Having fun and losing weight!
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    i watched the video too no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by pleadguitar View Post
    i watched the video too no problem
    Thanks for pointing that out...









    ...6 weeks later.

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    thanks for bring top quality stoke like this and your other photos please keep them coming!!

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    This is on the peak of Whistler Mountain on a new trail in the bike park called Top Of The World.

    I'm in the orange helmet.
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    The bigger you are the harder you fall

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossluzz View Post
    The bigger you are the harder you fall
    Impressive dismount!
    That was a solid slide to your feet, then a casual walk away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Impressive dismount!
    That was a solid slide to your feet, then a casual walk away!
    like a boss.

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    ^^Maybe it's the angle, but that bike looks like a toy under you.^^

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    No, it's an XL Trance and is the right size. It's just the angle. Most of my mates can't believe how big it is.

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    White Park Group Ride (8.24.12) Highlights

    While I'm not 'in' the videos, since the cameras mounted on my bike, its still some Clyde goodness to contribute to the thread . (crosspost from Videos and POV Cameras section)

    Finally I was able to put my new GoPro HD Hero2 to use last Friday on a group ride and get some usable footage. I know I need to include a variety of different camera angles, and plan to next time. With it only being my 3rd time at this trail I was just anxious to ride and blow off some work stress . Keep in mind that I'm still an inexperienced trail rider so it's nothing exciting, although I did clear a set of small doubles, could have been smoother though. And I'm sure the more I get familiar with those trails the less twitchy I'll be with the bars. I had to put an audio track to it since the audio wasn't that great. Let me know what you think.

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    A little drop while out coaching.
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    Sometimes being tall really is a disadvantage!
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    I actually was stuck! I thought I would be able to squeeze under there.
    I had the GoPro on the chest mount which ended up being wedged on the seat leading me to struggle to get unclipped from the pedals!
    Hilarity all around on this one!

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    I would love to see that vid... Are you going to post it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAMP View Post
    I would love to see that vid... Are you going to post it?
    Yes.
    I just finished editing and I'm now uploading to Vimeo.
    I'll post it when it's finished uploading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Sometimes being tall really is a disadvantage!
    I thought tall boys just jumped over those.
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    Here's some big and tall action mixed in with regular sized people action!
    Although, I'm not the only tall person in the vid. One of the ladies is in the tall category!

    Where I was wedged under the fallen tree is about a third of the way through the vid.
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    Enjoy!
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    ...and from today's ride.

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    I must say you are a BIG dude...awesome pics though!

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    YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! Great vid man! ! ! I really like the stills mixed in with the vid.

    Those trails look fun as hell.. Great job on a few scenes you were riding in.

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    Just testin my camera out. Messin around in my driveway.

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    The Green Monster

    I haven't had that "scared" feeling while riding my bike in a long time! This feature had me make 2 attempts at getting the balls big enough and then committed on the third try!
    The entrance at the top is blind until the front wheel just starts to roll over the edge.

    Contemplating the size of balls I need for this feature.
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    Finally committing!
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    Can we change the name of the Thread to RideEverything Makes us feel like pussies? Seriously though Man you do live up to your name!

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    Quote Originally Posted by freighttrain48 View Post
    Can we change the name of the Thread to RideEverything Makes us feel like pussies? Seriously though Man you do live up to your name!
    Yeah, I guess this thread has turned into that. I was hoping that there were more people out there wanting to post pictures of their riding exploits.

    I spend a lot of time on my bike. Mileage is what makes you better. Get out and ride and reap the benefits!!

    Don't worry, the bike season is quickly winding down in my region and you won't have to look at any new riding pics from me for 6 months. Soon I'll be on a board shredding the snow gnar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Thanks for pointing that out...









    ...6 weeks later.
    Thanks for the un-named neg props for the above comment.

    "Being dick"
    Actually, being a dick would be pointing out the poor grammar structure of the neg prop sentence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Yeah, I guess this thread has turned into that. I was hoping that there were more people out there wanting to post pictures of their riding exploits.

    I spend a lot of time on my bike. Mileage is what makes you better. Get out and ride and reap the benefits!!

    Don't worry, the bike season is quickly winding down in my region and you won't have to look at any new riding pics from me for 6 months. Soon I'll be on a board shredding the snow gnar!
    I get out 4 to 5 days a week but I dont go anywere near as big as you do! I hope you dont take any offense to the previous post. I enjoy watching your videos and pics so keep them coming. Winter is not to far away here on the east coast and I guess I will be switching gears myself to the Splitboard ( assuming the North East has a winter this year)

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    Thanks for the un-named neg props for the above comment.

    "Being dick"
    Actually, being a dick would be pointing out the poor grammar structure of the neg prop sentence.
    Whom ever did this is a Dick, All the guy has done is posted first class stoke all season but I guess this is par for the course on MTBR. I am also sure that some gutless wimp will neg rep me now and leave it nameless like the ***** they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Where I was wedged under the fallen tree is about a third of the way through the vid.
    Done that too but don't have the video... can I use yours?

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    On my old bike making the 26" wheels look like bmx wheels........ 6'7" on XXL Stumpy....
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    Nice work!

    Out of curiosity do you normally jump with your seat that high? I would think with the seat being at that height it would get in the way of being able to move the bike in the air and when absorbing the landing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Nice work!

    Out of curiosity do you normally jump with your seat that high? I would think with the seat being at that height it would get in the way of being able to move the bike in the air and when absorbing the landing.
    Not normally no, this little jump is at the "end" of the trail heading to the parking lot and my buddy snapped the pic............I just never am able to get pics of myself......someday ......
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    Finally got some good photos and video to show



    and here is a link to the video I cant figure out how to embed it sorry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6lN...Q&feature=plcp

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Here's another one.
    I've been sitting on this footage for a bit. My motivation for editing is that my HT that I'm riding in the vid is out of commission due to warranty issues. So, I'm vicariously riding my bike through watching myself ride!

    Enjoy!
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    I just discovered this thread. Cool riding going on here from the big guys, making it look easy. Ride, you are a riding, videoing machine, I wish I had half of your riding skills. What is the soundtrack on this video, thats an interesting sound.

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    my phone made this
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    NEMBA Vietnam
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    Biking in CO

    Im 6'2" 250 and in November I was in CO for a couple days so I did some Mt biking

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    sweet pics and videos.. i am soooo looking forward to trying to enjoy some of the wonderful trails in east texas.

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    ride everything ,,1st off the video was dope , the stills mixed in & the soundtrack ,,,im 6'6 370lb please by all means keep it up cause its motivation for folks like myself just starting back out,,,,, for the most part I ride solo ,but gotta change that ......& to the room you all seem like a good group of guys so lets do not let "the idiot" in the room discourage anyone from anything .....as niner says it ...pedal dammit

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    I'm still riding hard!
    Just not on a bike!

    Here's a shot from a few weeks ago slashing some white gold!
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    edit: I'm not sure that my computer is working. I can't see the pic that I've uploaded. Sorry if it hasn't worked.
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    Great pics, gents. Sincerely hope to have some of my own up here soon.

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    With my Gear, 245ish pounds hurling through the air

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    That looks like a serious gap that needs to be cleared. No coming up short!

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    the angle makes it look bigger than it is, I'd say it's about 10ft gap, and yeah, you "have" to clear it............it's fuuuuunnnn!!! there's about 15 doubles on this flow trail, it's so much fun......
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    The first log ride drop of the season.

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    6'8" & 250#'s, dropping in on a Surly Pugsley at Cunningham Park in Queens, NYC:


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    Fitting name for your size Gigantic! Big guy on a big bike!
    Nice trail feature in the background as well.

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    I am having fun with this panorama program lately.

    Here's a pic from a ride recently in Pemberton, BC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digthemlows View Post
    the angle makes it look bigger than it is, I'd say it's about 10ft gap, and yeah, you "have" to clear it............it's fuuuuunnnn!!! there's about 15 doubles on this flow trail, it's so much fun......
    aay dighemlows ,,,way to do da dam thing !!!!! keep on doing what your doing , love to see us big boys putting it down on the trails . im 6'5 370lbs , but mentally I feel like im 100lbs ...lol.. i'm just starting back out after like a 15yr hiatus , tried to get some air time in a trail by me ......ended up wit a bruised tailbone ..oouch ....yea I know but can't wait to fully recover and go back at it .
    Ride hard everytime....or take up hiking...........lol

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    Just a little road gap at home and ET at Blackrock.
    6'3"ish at 260ish.

    Brock...
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    Nice!
    Blackrock is sweet! I've been there twice and still want to go back and ride more! I may live in Whistler and ride the bike park regularly but Blackrock has sweet, sweet smooth tacky dirt. Not a braking bump in sight!

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    My bike is currently waiting on a part to be made rideable again so I thought I'd hit up some snow riding. The weather has been amazing for Spring riding this season! Blackcomb is open until May 27.

    Blackcomb Mountain, Crystal Ridge area.
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    More panorama photo trickery:

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    Big and Tall Action Pics &amp; Vids

    Crank it up on Whistler last year. My first "confirmed" lift off! 6'1" 290 lbs riding my new RM Flatline.


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    Re: Big and Tall Action Pics &amp; Vids

    the action was me going over the bars in a rock garden.... 3 stitches aint bad but having it happen on the first run sucked

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    Hereís my contribution to the big & tall action thread. My first MTB video filmed over the last 6 months or so. I started riding again after a 4 year hiatus off the bike and weighing 260lbs. It took 2 years to get down to 215lbs. I would probably be further along as far as weight goes, but I moved from AZ to NM and have been eating all the New Mexican food I was cut off from the last 14 years in AZ. Itís all good though, I love riding in NM. Anyways, hope you like the video. Thx Jeff

    PS...The video is in HD if watched through Vimeo..


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    Quote Originally Posted by WWStone View Post
    Hereís my contribution to the big & tall action thread. My first MTB video filmed over the last 6 months or so. I started riding again after a 4 year hiatus off the bike and weighing 260lbs. It took 2 years to get down to 215lbs. I would probably be further along as far as weight goes, but I moved from AZ to NM and have been eating all the New Mexican food I was cut off from the last 14 years in AZ. Itís all good though, I love riding in NM. Anyways, hope you like the video. Thx Jeff

    PS...The video is in HD if watched through Vimeo..
    Good Job on the video, looks like a fun trail!
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    Fun vid and riding!
    It looks like there is decent flow on the descending part of the trail!

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    Bad pic, but from Dawn to Dusk in Phoenix. 6'3" 215 there. I may have dropped out of Clydesdale since though...


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    Thank you, great video.

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    WWStone- great video. That's a 26er, right? Have you tried a 29er? Made a huge difference in the fun factor for me.

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    6'3" 225. Don't usually hang out in the big boys forum. Mainly because I collect and ride vintage and scan those forums. Here are a few action pics on some old vintage steeds:












    Seek: Koski Trailmaster. Breezer Series 2 or 3. Cunningham Racer.

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    [QUOTE=Aemmer;10394886]6'3" 225. Don't usually hang out in the big boys forum. Mainly because I collect and ride vintage and scan those forums. Here are a few action pics on some old vintage steeds:

    You may appreciate this road bike I've been riding then...

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