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    Cypress - Blind Skier

    Dave rides. Trevor attacks. A fun old school trail. Some rocks, some skinnies, some rolls, some flow

    Blind Skier - Cypress from Lee Lau on Vimeo.









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    and last but by no means least

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    I love the limbo tree, I always smack my massive Giro Remedy on those, looks like some fun tech dh..........Tchaichovsky's Overture of 1812 (I'm pretty sure that was it, should have used his Piano Concerto #1 ) was an interesting piece of music for the clip, but I liked it.
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    Great looking trail, gonna have to hit that this summer!

    Is that the go-pro camera again? Quality is really good, and I know how hard it can be to get decent video on the 'shore.

    Vimeo (finally) works great on my new computer, by the way

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    I hate you.

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    %$#$*!
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    Thanks for all the great vids and pics you've posted up!

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    No worries - glad you like them

    FM - its the GoPro again

    wasea4 its the Overture to Carmen Les Toreadors its sometimes known as

    Tall Cans from Lee Lau on Vimeo.



    Resurrection of an old line. It's not called Pilsner.
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    camera view

    The view is kinda trippy...its like the camera is attached directly to the arms of the rider...like torso camera arms growing out of camera in some shots...
    sweet trail
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    love ya vids
    that camera view makes it look like the viewer is the 1 riding
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    good stuff
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdaleProph6
    The view is kinda trippy...its like the camera is attached directly to the arms of the rider...like torso camera arms growing out of camera in some shots...
    sweet trail
    I think that's my favourite camera angle. With the helmet cam you're a bit detached from the ride. With this angle you can see me or whoevers working the cam working corners or compressing for a gap or whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeL
    No worries - glad you like them

    FM - its the GoPro again

    wasea4 its the Overture to Carmen Les Toreadors its sometimes known as

    Tall Cans from Lee Lau on Vimeo.




    A new Cypress masterpiece - collaboration by several like-minded people resurrected an old line. It's not called Pilsner.
    hi, have you any picture how you att. the go pro??
    thanks

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    Check out a review I did of the GoPro on Feedthehabit.com -
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    Just roll it......
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    Ummm.....can you please tell Dave to get off the RMX-C and get back to building killer trails!?! 4 days of work for 9 seconds of riding....wow, you guys have better ratios than I do!

    This section might be my favorite with the little gap.....so much so I just created something very similar recently. The amount of rockwork is really awe inspiring.


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    Dave and Trevor both drink beer - gestures of beer are always appreciated
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeL
    Dave and Trevor both drink beer - gestures of beer are always appreciated
    Trust me....when riders stash beers for me on my trails, I'm always stoked. When I saw Dave a few weeks ago, he got a couple of cold cerveza's from me. I didn't, however, contribute to the "cans" collection he's got going......

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    eric - you always get the big sloppy kisses and invites to the goods. We like your type of murrican hospitality
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