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    nice!

    unreal what 'kids" do with bikes these days!!! (says the old geezer )

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    Nice x2!

    Was that Cape Spear at the start of the video?
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    it's also nice to see the east coast get some coverage. when sunnyside gets built as well as other parks/trails and that we move away antiquated trail building practices we might be in for a little bit of renaissance in riding...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pucked up View Post
    Nice x2!

    Was that Cape Spear at the start of the video?
    i'm not sure though cape spear looks like it will be a fun place to ride.

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    No, its not Cape Spear. That video is somewhere in NS.

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    Awesome riding and very nice location. You can see the Danny Mac evolution of riding influence everywhere. The crossover between disciplines is very cool. He began melding Trials/Street/BMX moves and now it looks like they are going into the forest.

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    What a talented rider! I like the rocky terrain best. Those drops and jumps in that beautiful setting are simply sweet! The playground big air stuff is quite impressive as well.
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    Looks like south shore NS at the beginning. Maybe Peggy's Cove or nearby.

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    He rides at Joyride all the time.

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    Is Manitoba East or West? In any case, this guy looks like he's also having a bit of fun below (vid sourced from mtbr's general forum);


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    Then there's this: Trials, Street, and Trails all in one. One of my favorite riders.

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    lol wow

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    Nice!!

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    Thats Peggy's Cove.
    I always thought it would be great to watch a good freestyler ride through there. He was actually showing you the smooth area of the terrain, it gets pretty rough only 100ft from there.....biggest risk is you fall in, your not coming out as the current is wild there.

    Great riding!

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    heh, some local stuff in here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlesprocket View Post
    heh, some local stuff in here...

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    Those freeriders must be very proud to see their skills featured in this video.

    Those guys rock!



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