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    great shot at 3:00 on your first vid!
    guess I like it due to the rocks!

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    Awsome CK!! We may be a few thousand miles away, but I'm right there with ya on the beach bro! Heres ride #2 form my recent Ocean Shores trip. 24 miles of sand (and a tavern in the middle). Sand sculptures, chillin' by the rivers, my first full day on the new Fatback, and lunch & ales at the Green Lantern Tavern. Great day! Music is: "Boom Box" by the Mosquitos; and "Como Vou Fazer" (translates: "How Will You Do It?") by Dois Irmaous feat. Mariana De Moraes... both from Brazil. Workin' on ride #3. (CK- I've got some raw Larry Cam footage I need to get around to editing... soon!).

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    Ward i think i just watched the best beachriding film ever there! that was excellent
    you captured the atmpsphere of the day, riding with your friends, other people enjoying the coast,horses etc... and rolling into a bar was cool
    and the music was perfect...well done
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    Thanks CK! If we can ever afford it, would be nice to ride each others (and a few other of our cyber friends') coastlines too (and roll into the pubs on those beaches as well)... maybe some day! Stayin' up late tonite...2:20am sun. morn. here... havin' a few beers for pain killer... broke (cracked) a couple ribs in that endo I posted on FB. Guess I better post it here too since I mentioned it. That was on ride #3 of the trip and I finished out the ride (probably 'cause of adrenalin or whatever). Funny how an injury gives you time to edit & etc... Hard to explain the beach ridin' thing to people who haven't experienced it... it's really a different style of cycling altogether. Kicked back (well, some times...) enjoyin' the sea, the sand, the people and the birds,seals,otters,whales.... 'Coarse on the FB forum there's a bunch of people who get it...

    Cheers everyone!!

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    Fat bike endo

    Here's the endo I mentioned above. Watch this full screen to get the full effect. Piece of half buried driftwood (hidden in the grasses) caught my Ft wheel...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ward
    Thanks CK! If we can ever afford it, would be nice to ride each others (and a few other of our cyber friends') coastlines too (and roll into the pubs on those beaches as well)... maybe some day! Stayin' up late tonite...2:20am sun. morn. here... havin' a few beers for pain killer... broke (cracked) a couple ribs in that endo I posted on FB. Guess I better post it here too since I mentioned it. That was on ride #3 of the trip and I finished out the ride (probably 'cause of adrenalin or whatever). Funny how an injury gives you time to edit & etc... Hard to explain the beach ridin' thing to people who haven't experienced it... it's really a different style of cycling altogether. Kicked back (well, some times...) enjoyin' the sea, the sand, the people and the birds,seals,otters,whales.... 'Coarse on the FB forum there's a bunch of people who get it...

    Cheers everyone!!

    Great vids Ward

    It would be great to ride the sands with like minded people from all over the world

    And YES !...............We do get it
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    And last but not least, ride #3. Just me and the Fatback on this one. 'Bout 17 miles of 90% soft sand, little dunes... a chance to get to know the new fatty. Dark & drizzly for most of the ride, sun broke out right at the end. Left 'em low for most of this ride; little over 6 psi rear and little over 5 psi front. Best floatation, soft sand performance I've experienced yet! Music is; "Palo Verde" by Pearl Django... a "django" (acoustic string) jazz band from here in the Pacific North West.

    Cheers everyone!

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    great vid ward!
    that shot on 3:58 was awesome

    what's the deal with those little wood tents?

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    Damn! Fine video!!! I really neeeeed to find a buyer for my 2008 Ridley Damocles so that I can plop a similar amount of cash down for the metallic orange (with anodised blue hubs) Fatback! Wife wont let me get the Fatback until I sell the roadbike!
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    Right on L.P. I sold a groovy old Avion motor home to build mine. In fact, currently, both my daughters (18 & 20) have cars,my wife has a car and I've got quiver of bikes! I'm OK with that for now but thinkin' a Westy might be in order one of these days (if I can find an affordable one!)

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    Nice camera work!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ward
    Right on L.P. I sold a groovy old Avion motor home to build mine. In fact, currently, both my daughters (18 & 20) have cars,my wife has a car and I've got quiver of bikes! I'm OK with that for now but thinkin' a Westy might be in order one of these days (if I can find an affordable one!)

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    First Fat Bike Video

    Here's my first attempt at a video of me and my Surly Pugsley. All taken using a Go Pro HD camera. Background music by Kevin McLeod.

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    Nice !!

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    Good stuff Gary
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    nice film gary..location looks familiar

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    Right on L.P. I sold a groovy old Avion motor home to build mine. In fact, currently, both my daughters (18 & 20) have cars,my wife has a car and I've got quiver of bikes! I'm OK with that for now but thinkin' a Westy might be in order one of these days (if I can find an affordable one!)
    
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    great vid Gary!

    hey Gary, Bruce.....on 1:34...I can see a sort of riverbed down that bridge ...I'd love to see some shots from you guys riding there

    I can't ride mine here yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    great vid ward!
    that shot on 3:58 was awesome

    what's the deal with those little wood tents?
    Thanks M, Yah, 3:58... the little "dune berm"... just part of the route. One of the rules I try to follow on my vids, is to edit the clips in succession to stay "true" to the route. That way It's not just highlights but also the "story" of the trip (except in compilation vids like "Get 'Er Dune"- somewhere on this thread). Also serves as a video "guide" for others interested in the route. The little wood tents are just forts people build out of beach debris. The one at the end was built up by me and friends over the last few years (we get over to Ocean Shores a few times a year) and hangs 5 hammocks! Sometimes we stay up late w/ a fire on the beach and crash in the hammocks...
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    Nice Gary! you must be the Coast Kid's new beach ridin' partner? What fenders are those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ward
    Nice Gary! you must be the Coast Kid's new beach ridin' partner? What fenders are those?
    There were made from 3 universal trails mudguards, with two sliced together to form the rear. Brackets were made from flat bar aluminium.

    http://www.tytrials.co.uk/trailandtr...ard-Front.html

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    Thanks for the info GB. Here's a vid from last winter. "after ski" riding on the nordic track at our local ski area. After 3:30 (they call it "dog time") dogs, foot traffic, and now fat bikes are good to go. They re-groom every morning. 96 degrees here today... this is to cool off with! towards the end you can see the night skiing lights on the ski hill.

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    Music is another tune by Pearl Django called "Holiday For Guitar".

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    More Pugsley on Patrol

    Spring Woodland

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    Tracks & Trails

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    Wind & Waves

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    Thanks for watching.

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    brilliant films Gary
    great seeing another pugsley film here on our coast!
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    Great films Gary

    In 3 I like the Waterfall edge shot, it really looks like you are going to go for the jump
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    Pugsley on patrol

    I love that area!!


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    awesome Gary!
    thanks for sharing your patrolling!

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    The Vimeo Awards..!!!

    Hey Fatbike freaks

    The Vimeo Awards celebrates the innovative creators who choose the Internet to share their work with the world.
    The Awards are open to everyone.
    If a the video is debuted on any online platform, The want to see it, just make sure that it is eligible for one of the great awards.

    And it is possible to nominate a video!!

    Lets have fun and all nominate the "Surly Pugsley" video from Coastkid71
    I think, this video is giving the right feeling of the freedom when you are riding a Fatbike.

    Let's get their "attention".

    Go to http://vimeo.com/awards/submit/nominate
    And nominate in the catagory Documentary


    <object width="400" height="300"><param name="allowfullscreen" value="true" /><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always" /><param name="movie" value="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=12072464&amp;server=vimeo.co m&amp;show_title=1&amp;show_byline=1&amp;show_port rait=0&amp;color=&amp;fullscreen=1" /><embed src="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=12072464&amp;server=vimeo.co m&amp;show_title=1&amp;show_byline=1&amp;show_port rait=0&amp;color=&amp;fullscreen=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" width="400" height="300"></embed></object><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/12072464">surly pugsley...</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user1076233">coastkid71</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

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    done...that video is Pugsley.

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    Last June I discovered via Google Earth, a large rock quarry on Kelly's Island in Lake Erie I didn't know about. ( I've seen the smaller one before). It's been a few years since I've been there, perhaps this was still active back then. Now it has a lake and makes some interesting scenery.

    This is my first stab at making my own music for my own video, timed to certain scene changes throughout the video. I used three different musical instruments plus EZ Drummer and "soft synth" software using a MIDI keyboard. I advise using headphones or a decent pair of speakers as it sounds lousy through my laptop's internal speakers.

    Edit 7/22/10, I uploaded a 1.2 Gig version to replace the first one that Premiere "auto loads" into Youtube:

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    nice!, i also like to use pictures to break up a film, and a Wildfire fatbike!, i really like them,
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    nice!, i also like to use pictures to break up a film, and a Wildfire fatbike!, i really like them,

    Thanks! I'm still trying to figure out what keeps degrading my GoPro HD vids so much, I'm going to try and repost this on Vimeo. The pics and the G-9 vid were pretty clear, I'm still puzzled by that. I've noticed that low sun produces better contrast, perhaps the GoPro could use a "lens hood"? Real bummer, the vid is real clear straight off my computer.

    Someone asked me last weekend "seems Fatbikes have gone the way of Kleenex, do people often come up to you and say wow,what a nice Pugsley"? No worries, I do get that once in a great while, but I'm usually happy to see that people actually know what a Pugsley is.

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    that blue looks great Steve!

    go and get a mac!

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    Vimeo Rules!

    Much better:

    <object width="400" height="300"><param name="allowfullscreen" value="true" /><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always" /><param name="movie" value="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=13510942&amp;server=vimeo.co m&amp;show_title=1&amp;show_byline=1&amp;show_port rait=0&amp;color=&amp;fullscreen=1" /><embed src="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=13510942&amp;server=vimeo.co m&amp;show_title=1&amp;show_byline=1&amp;show_port rait=0&amp;color=&amp;fullscreen=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" width="400" height="300"></embed></object><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/13510942">Fatbiking Kelley's Island</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user3976762">Steven Balogh</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

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    summer evening coastride,

    After watching friend Gary`s film i really need to get a go pro hero wide HD,so good definition, meanwhile another wee film made along the local coast yesterday evening....

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    Chicken soup for the Soul CK

    Love DH Endo cam
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    Hey coastkid71, the music with that video you posted most recently, is that Thievery Corporation? If so, recent album, if not, who?

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    hi,it is indeed Thievery Corporation, i downloaded it and a few other tracks surfin about on itunes....should be a itunes pop up on the film so you can download it
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    A few more offerings from Pugsley on Patrol

    No 5 - Forest Trails

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    No 6 - On The Beach

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    No 7 - The Wind Farm

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    Gary

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    for windfarms!, ,gary were at pencraig hill today for the airshow starting 1pm,on the nort side,if your out and about,looking forward to seeing and hearing a spitfire again over east lothian
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    My very first (and VERY basic ) Vid

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    Great vids Gary!! awesome!

    OT: I'm moving right now...another non riding weekend for me
    I also need to buy a new tripod because I broke mine on my last riverbed ride

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    getting wet Dr!...

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    Bet that water was nice and cool on your feet Doc
    look forward to more films!
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    Yes CK, the water was good !

    It wasn`t taken with a helmet cam MT !

    It was an old Fuji finepix digital camera held in my right hand.

    Yes, one handed sea riding with a none waterproof camera

    I have got a Veho Muvi which I intend to get to grips with.

    Just awaiting a few bits and pieces.

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    Sweet!

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Balogh
    Much better:

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    Watching this is kinda like playing a first person shooter game...awesome!

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    Thanks!

    Hopefully I may get some vids from your side of the state this month, I've been scoping out Google Earth looking at Arcadia and Point Betsie (I'll be at Interlochen). If I can't fit a bike with the rest of my music gear, I'll be in TC early before Iceman in November.

    Found out the GoPro doesn't work too well in the dark, found that out in Manistee recently, only had time for one late evening beach ride, the videos were pretty bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Balogh
    I'll be in TC early before Iceman in November.
    I'm going up to TC this weekend scouting some trails. Are you racing the Iceman? I'd like to but I think I missed the registration cut-off. At best, I'll be there as a spectator.

    Again, awesome video...have to save that for a day I can't get out and ride. Where was the cam mounted? It looks like its at chest level?

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    Tweedlove film festival...

    runner up film, 2010 inaugural Tweedlove cycling Festival...http://tweedlove.com/
    yes i was very nervous and yes cool seeing the pugsley on the big screen -
    but very happy to see other people happy watching and spread the pugsley love...
    overwelmed by applause after and cool prizes, thank you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamus275
    I'm going up to TC this weekend scouting some trails. Are you racing the Iceman? I'd like to but I think I missed the registration cut-off. At best, I'll be there as a spectator.

    Again, awesome video...have to save that for a day I can't get out and ride. Where was the cam mounted? It looks like its at chest level?

    Yes, I will be racing the Iceman again, hopefully it will snow, been doing it for 12 years, only seen a light snowfall once. The camera was mounted in the GoPro chest harness as well as the handlebar mount

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    [QUOTE=coastkid71]runner up film, 2010 inaugural Tweedlove cycling Festival...http://tweedlove.com/
    yes i was very nervous and yes cool seeing the pugsley on the big screen -
    but very happy to see other people happy watching and spread the pugsley love...
    overwelmed by applause after and cool prizes, thank you...

    Well Done and Congratulations CK
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    More Pugsley on Patrol

    Pugsley on Patrol 8 - Woodland Trails
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    Pugsley on Patrol 9 - Water & Stone
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    Pugsley on Patrol 10 - Dark Forest (Experimental)
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    Way to raise the ol' bar, Gary!

    Is the GoPro HD able to shoot in black and white, or did you affect the video in post? Also looks like a sort of infrared effect happening with the black and white film, too.

    Again, nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman
    Is the GoPro HD able to shoot in black and white, or did you affect the video in post? Also looks like a sort of infrared effect happening with the black and white film, too.
    Mangoman,

    The Go Pro HD does not have the ability to record on B&W. What I did was use Pinnacle Studio HD to edit the basic video - it does not do B&W effect without paying more money for plug-ins. So I used Sony Vegas Studio HD to convert to B&W and tweak the contrast and darken a little. Nothing deliberate with the IR you noted?

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    Wow, now thats the Blair witch project on wheels, spooky but really cool.
    Keep up the good work

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    Pinnacle

    Quote Originally Posted by gbuckham
    Mangoman,

    The Go Pro HD does not have the ability to record on B&W. What I did was use Pinnacle Studio HD to edit the basic video - it does not do B&W effect without paying more money for plug-ins. So I used Sony Vegas Studio HD to convert to B&W and tweak the contrast and darken a little. Nothing deliberate with the IR you noted?

    Gary
    Those were fantastic! Looks like a couple scenes you put some serious effort setting the camera in a high place - not easy when you are "shooting blind" as our GoPro's have no viewer. Curious about the Pinnacle software (I have Adobe) - the Toontrack EZ Drummer plugin for recording software that I used to make my latest vid is a sister company to Pinnacle. Will Pinnacle accept RTAS,VST,Audio Units plugins? If so, there are tons of "home studio" music products you could "drop & drag" into it.

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    I've always loved the film "Dog Soldiers" but I never thought I'd see its atmosphere emulated in a fatbike film of all things. Thanks a lot, gbuckham!

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    Gary i feel like retiring from making films after seeing these films..they are so well made well done
    i need a Go Pro HD and a Cannon next camera now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    Gary i feel like retiring from making films after seeing these films..they are so well made well done
    i need a Go Pro HD and a Cannon next camera now!
    Bruce,

    Don't put yourself down, you're the one that won the prize at the Tweedlove bike thing, not me! Would highly recommend the Go Pro HD, although main downside is the lack of a viewfinder. However, Go Pro are bringing out a clip-on viewfinder back this summer which should help somewhat.

    Gary

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    im used to the `guess point and shoot` with the tachyon camera Gary!,
    need to get you to film me riding down murder dune at gullane on the real soft stuff to show folks what this beachriding is all about!
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    now I don't know...my next "one and a half" vid will be worthless

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    well...not too much action since I don't have a tripod for my little camera right now...but here it is another humble 1:30 min vid...

    <object width="853" height="505"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/wMN-LJcRa2s&amp;hl=es_ES&amp;fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/wMN-LJcRa2s&amp;hl=es_ES&amp;fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="853" height="505"></embed></object>

    * I'm running out of 1:30 min songs btw

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    martin you need to film riding across that pipe!, would be a cool stunt
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    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    well...not too much action since I don't have a tripod for my little camera right now...but here it is another humble 1:30 min vid.
    Martin,

    Love the scenery - wish we had stuff like that here in the south of Scotland - a great video as well.

    Tripods, suggest the Joby Gorillapod SLR, it comes with a spirit level which is useful for getting the background level - helps the video look better (I think anyway)

    Out on the Pugsley again at the weekend...

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    How does the GoPro do stabilization so well? Software? Hardware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbuckham
    ...Tripods, suggest the Joby Gorillapod SLR...
    I had the original!...I guess it was too soft for the kind of rides we do ...I didn't know they have stronger versions....I just ordered trough amazon! thanks!...and it will hold my D40 too!

    * can't see your new vid at the office

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman
    How does the GoPro do stabilization so well? Software? Hardware?
    To be honest, I don't know. Will try a search and see what I can find.

    Gary

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    Pugsley Cards

    During a ride at the weekend around Lindisfarne in Horthumberland, I spoke to so many people about the Pugsley that I decided to create some personal cards with details of my web site, Youtube account, etc, to hand out to people. Good way to show them the video I'm usually making when I meet them. Cost about 30 for 500 cards in full colour.



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    Nice film at Lindisfarne Gary , i missed that wee stone hut!, i must be a real recluse as i never stop to speak to folk!!,good idea though about the cards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    martin you need to film riding across that pipe!, would be a cool stunt
    CK! my ha! ha! meant I walked that pipe! hehehe....but I'll try for sure next time...is on my list....I'll try on the dry area first of course ...in that shot..the main river stream was on my left.

    funny thing with the pugs is that I found myself caring less and less about miles...I was like going back and forward in La Huasteca, 80% of the time on roads where the other guys just can't think about trying...

    exploring with this bike brings to the ride a need to keep going and going...just great!

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    Love the new films Gary and Martinsillio!! Looking forward to more Pugs on Patrol. Really cool scenery Martinsillio, where was that?

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    Thanks ward...that is in La Huasteca, a protected area near Monterrey, Mexico, as you can see in the vid, is an area surrounded by big mountains: check this view

    I'm just at the beginning of that road in the mountains, south Monterrey...I'm planning to do the whole ride soon

    an here some pics*

    * the ones with the awesome blue water are from another Huasteca... south in Mexico.

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    Thanks for sharing Martinsillo! that's some wicked countryside. Gonna have to try get down there some time!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    martin you need to film riding across that pipe!, would be a cool stunt
    hey coastkid71! I just find the perfect angle for that shot!



    *if I fail, it would be a great shot anyways

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    Quote Originally Posted by ward
    Thanks for sharing Martinsillo! that's some wicked countryside. Gonna have to try get down there some time!!
    you won't regret it...

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    i know it's not a fat bike but it's a phat bike so here is my latest creation for the ratrodbikes.com build off
    http://www.youtube.com/user/undergroundvelo

    if you are interested in seeing the rest of the bikes go to my blog i put all the links so you can see them and vote if you like what you see and want to join.

    ps imovie is cool and will come in handy making riding videos this winter.
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    martin you need to film riding across that pipe!, would be a cool stunt

    hey coastkid71! I just find the perfect angle for that shot!
    martin remmember dont worry if you fall off the pipe...pugsley floats remmember

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    Long Beach Washington

    Here's my latest. Kept it simple this time, just a Tachyon on a boom (and a small roll of duct tape). Haven't been to this section of coast since I was a kid... went for a Family reunion (wife's fam). Foggy & windy most of the trip and busy w/ the fam so limited time for ridin' and filmin'. Kept the cam mounted to the boom w/ a "Ram" mount so I could change set-ups quick and cover ground. Forgot how cool the Long Beach peninsula was - long, new bike path (the discovery trail), light house's, pubs and even there own micro brewery. I'll try to get back there soon w/ some more time.

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    Great video Ward. The boom mount provides a nice perspective from a bike, rider and terrain capture. The interspersing of the panorama views along with the boom mount gives the viewer a good "feel" for the ride.

    Martin's recent contributions are also appreciated. Keep them coming.

    Never enough fuel for the fat bike fanatics.

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    cool film ward
    think your the only other fatbiker using a tachyon camera on the beach,love the soft glowy image they give,yours looks better though- possibly better light out there?,
    you`ve motivated me to do some new films this month...and some new angles
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    Thanks guys! and CK, some of that "softness" is from moisture on the lens. Moist air was blowing domn from the north (in fact that afternoon was one of the few times it cleared up) so every time I rode north, the lens picked up moisture. All of the cams out there have there atributes (would be nice to have one of each) but the little tachyons are very simple and I love how the 90 degree feild of vision doesn't distort the scenery in the distance as bad as some of the wider angled cams. BTW, Tachyon has a Facebook fan page now. Looking forward to your next film(s)!

    Cheers!

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    awesome film ward!

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    did this one on my 29er..2.55 inch so almost "Fat" not sure the fatback would like this trail so I left it at home.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7gp7D8rcrE

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    <object width="640" height="385"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/h7gp7D8rcrE&amp;hl=en_GB&amp;fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/h7gp7D8rcrE&amp;hl=en_GB&amp;fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="640" height="385"></embed></object>

    what editing software are you using to get the corner box with different view? thats cool!
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    I used iMovie 09. Thanks for reposting so others can see it.

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    That was nice! Was the North Shore style bridge built not to damage the terrain or just for fun?

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    Copper Harbor trails have over twenty Bridges. I hear they have a new one that will be longer than this one!( stairway to heaven) They are single track but you can ride them ether up or down. They are built over rough rocky areas,some change direction and elavation all in the same bridge. I had an amzing time and its cheap! we had a cabin in town two blocks from trail head for $70 per and that is on the lake!
    If you look on my Youtube you can see some others I made. One has some other bridges and Stairway but it was very shaky.
    Here is their amazing trail map
    http://www.copperharbortrails.org/trails
    Make sure you hit the interactive!

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    Pugs Stunt #1... done!...
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    Martin..........that.......is..............CRAZY, in a good way

    AND , you were clipped in ????

    Respect to you my friend
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Feelygood !
    Martin..........that.......is..............CRAZY, in a good way

    AND , you were clipped in ????

    Respect to you my friend
    Thanks! ...yes, clipped...crazy I know...specially considering that I'm not an expert in this kind of stuff!... which you can tell by the "big air" I got!

    Today I was in a mellow ride with the wife there...we almost call it off... yesterday we did a 10K walk/hike and our legs were dead...glad we did it...river is starting to dry out...I don't think it will last a month.

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    On Patrol with Pugsley Again

    Back on the saddle again at the weekend, managing rides on the Saturday and Sunday.

    As usual, made videos on both days with the downside that it seems to take so much time filming that you never seem to actually cover any great distance.

    Still enjoyable all the same.

    Pugsley on Patrol 12 - Coast
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    Pugsley on Patrol 13 - Deer Street Roman Road
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    Thanks for viewing.

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    Last edited by gbuckham; 08-25-2010 at 10:31 AM.

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    Whaaaaat?!?!?! Having to dismount a Pugsley for inclement terrain?!??! Thats unheard of!
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    Well, I ordered a Tachyon XC micro and a RAM mount, so I guess I'll post back next weekend =)

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    Cirque Lake Loop

    Here's some footage of an XC adventure ride I took one of my fattys on a couple weeks ago. Not many views of the fat bike on Pt.1 but lots on Pt's 2,3,&4 as my partner on the ride loaned me some clips from his cam, Thanks Jim!! More info on the post "Cirque Lake Loop" on the "Washington" area mtbr forum. The fat bike was a little heavy when bushwhacking, carrying and etc... but on the flats, downhills, rocky,chewed up jeep trails and the single track w/ the larrys mounted up was AWESOME! Fat bikes are not just for sand & snow... I prefer mine over my skinny bike for adventure rides now. (my xc bike is accumulating cob webs & dust these days...)

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    Please be kind, first video, I had poor light to work with and messed up my camera angle...

    I figured for my first ever bike video, "Happy Cycling" by Boards of Canada would be appropriate.

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    an amazing ride ward!

    that was actually nice drew!

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    I thought that was BC... Nice vid.

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    Please be kind, first video, I had poor light to work with and messed up my camera angle...

    I figured for my first ever bike video, "Happy Cycling" by Boards of Canada would be appropriate.
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    Finally a complete song video!!

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    it wasn't easy to get this, I wasn't prepared for such adventure...it really wasn't as pleasant as it is shown on the vid...pretty much 10 hrs going and back...nothing chewable or enough water on me...I just didn't know it would take that long.
    Last edited by martinsillo; 08-30-2010 at 07:22 PM.

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    Very cool Martinsillio! Fat bikes like adventure don't they. And so does "Larry"...

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    Good Vid Martin

    Quite an epic adventure, thanks for sharing
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    thanks guys...yeap...quite epic, at least for me ... was a real test for me and my pugs...I made the "mistake" to follow the river intead of taking the "road" where trucks pass...it was fun, but It suck a lot of energy I would need later.

    Ill take the chance to thanks Brooks! 10 hrs and although in general my body hurts, my butt is amazingly ok!

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