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    Pictures from a new line at our trail.

    So we cleaned up this gulley line at our spot and its real slash. Nothing too burly but its super tech and really tight and twisty. Its pretty difficult to hit the whole section solid. Here's some pics.
    Me in the rocks at the top.

    Eric around the tree into the lower rock section.

    Jesse mid trail.

    Here is the rock section, its small and you really just boost over it but still fun.





    Some panning when it got dark.



    All comments are welcome, and especially tips. Today was real fun.
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    That looks pretty nice. Here is a question. How do you guys decide who carries the camera? It seemed like a pain yesterday, some of the trails are far away from parking. I like the third through fifth pictures the best, they look good.
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    Very nice pics, I looks your shooting style
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    awesome trail, like your shooting style

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    nice shots..... and i think i have the same white and black shoes as the guy on the v 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBsoxB
    nice shots..... and i think i have the same white and black shoes as the guy on the v 10.
    I love my shoes, so comfy.
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    nice pics, i want that v-10 so bad
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    sick pics...
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    Nice pics, the cleaned up line looks good.
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    Forgot to get this one on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcore newbie
    nice pics, i want that v-10 so bad
    Buy it, $2200.
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    vvery, very, very cool.....looks like fun
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    Terrible, I expected more hucks to flat than you.
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    nice... looks like fun, i wish i was there (although im not very good, and the fact that i have a HT )

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    Trail looks like fun...enjoy!
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    good stuff mate, but whats with the motie helmet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ-
    good stuff mate, but whats with the motie helmet?
    What, do you not like my TLD SE?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    What, do you not like my TLD SE?
    there sweet helmets, just curoius as to why your not riding your bike and with a motie helmet. seems a little odd to me mate...
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ-
    there sweet helmets, just curoius as to why your not riding your bike and with a motie helmet. seems a little odd to me mate...
    I like the way moto helmets feel, they seem to fit my head better. Plus, they offer more protection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    I like the way moto helmets feel, they seem to fit my head better. Plus, they offer more protection.
    thats good enough for me mate.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob
    everybody was dressed nice...I had shorts, Rogue T-shirt and sandles

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    cool trail, you guys should get a video up of all that stuff
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    Lookin good. Lighting looks kinda blah so I'd prob pan when the lights good too, set the flash a little more powerful and aim for a shutter of 1/50 or so for fast stuff. Especially in winter, thats the best way to make grey woods and no leaves look good.

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