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    RED POW! -An Oahu MTB Film

    Spent about 3 days shooting this with a good friend. Tried to make it as legit as possible, while still having fun and making it just for the sake of making it. Hit up Capture.Share.Repeat at, Aloha ,with any questions or comments!!

    Thanks for watching,

    RED POW! an Oahu MTB film on Vimeo
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    The time and effort were well spent. Good Job!

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    Ye good edit and footage. Good Vid

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    Nice video. Very professional editing, cool music too.

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    The red dust coming from the wheels look cool... like putting the afterburners on.

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    Nice! Gorgeous dawn shot of the Mokes in the opening. Was that second segment @ Timberline? I'd love to make it over for a race there some day.

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    Yes the second part of the film was from Camp Timberline, the first parts was from Kalaheo on the East side of Oahu. Thanks for all the compliments! I'm glad you all enjoyed it. I only did the riding, my friend Greg at Capture.Share.Repeat did all the shooting and editing! I encourage you all to go to their website at Aloha if you enjoy looking at some sick video's and really cool time lapses! They post up new ones every tuesday! During the Kalaheo sessions my friend Jill also too photos, you can find her photography from that day at Jillian Adolf Photography | MTBing
    Be sure to check out her other stuff if you are into some seriously good photography!

    Both of those people are good friends of mine so please check out there stuff and support their small businesses.

    Thanks again!
    -Josh

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    Very well done!
    2011 Yeti 575 - Fox Float 36 RC2 160 - 31.5 lbs

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    Awesome film!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCW View Post
    Very well done!
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    Awesome film!!!
    Thanks for watching, tell your friends! haha

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    +1 Really enjoyed the vid. Your friend has some skills (So do you. Nice riding!)

    The whoops sections in that second segment were cool. I always loved railing whoops on motos but never really thought about it on a DH bike. Looks like fun.

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    Awesome video! Love the filming, editing, riding and terrain. Looks fun. What are the songs you used?

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    Yeah sweet! Very enjoyable, you guys have some cool trails going on out there!

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    Very nice
    And sweet looking trails

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