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    doorstep exploring...

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    I'm no educated drama critic, but film #3 could serve as Surly's prime advert on their website. Should be worth a new ride.

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    Awesome CK! I love exploring old, abandoned tracks! Way to be bro!

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    As always love the films and particularly fond of the 'Endo' cam shots !

    The tyre that ate the world
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    endocam 2 is in the making doc,
    Last edited by coastkid71; 06-10-2010 at 02:04 PM.
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    sandy singletrackin...

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    Endocam 2

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    Endocam 2 is definitely my favourite fatbike video! I love the impression of speed and the way the tyre sheds mud, rain, snow, dirt and grit. Nice editing!

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    Endocam 2 IS EXCELLENT

    Thanks CK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Feelygood !
    Endocam 2 IS EXCELLENT

    Thanks CK
    I agree!
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    bicycle beachcombing...

    some of the stuff that turns up or you see when out on the beach...

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    Nice CK, and perfect timing . heading for the beach next weekend for 4 days (Washington Coast). going to ride the new blue Fatback on the sand for the first time (w/ the 100mm's). Can't wait!! Pics and film for sure! Full moon too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    some of the stuff that turns up or you see when out on the beach...
    Awesome vid as usual, CK. I've found some weird things on the beach too, including military flares with very stern warnings on them. But you found a bridge? For real?

    I must concur with other recent comments, the endocam films are favourites of mine.
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    the bridge is across a small river into john muir bay here in east lothian..you can then cross the water at low tide...it is knowen as the bridge to nowhere as it is cut off at high tide!
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    Wow, I had no idea that John Muir had such an international influence.
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    Wow, I had no idea that John Muir had such an international influence.
    john muir was born here in the town of dunbar,east lothian S.E Scotland
    the house he grew up in is a museum now and we have john muir park at dunbar and the john muir way coastal path, and throughout scotland the john muir trust does alot of conversation work...
    his family moved to america when he was a boy, in later life he had a rightous beard too
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    A day at the beach

    On my pc I found back, my first video, that I made last year.

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    Dedicated to Coastkid71!!

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    Thanks BPT

    Enjoyed that film and the tunes
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    I found that video to be palatable with the sound muted. Nothing worse than a poorly-remixed version of an otherwise almost-slightly-bearable song in a video. In fact, I think that the majority of videos on YouTube are best viewed with the sound turned off.

    Anyhow, rant aside (sorry, parents raised my sister and me to understand the fundamentals of music/composition/arrangement from a very scientific approach), the video portion (minus audio track) was great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    john muir was born here in the town of dunbar,east lothian S.E Scotland
    the house he grew up in is a museum now and we have john muir park at dunbar and the john muir way coastal path, and throughout scotland the john muir trust does alot of conversation work...
    his family moved to america when he was a boy, in later life he had a rightous beard too
    Wow, I feel like a total dou&#99;henozzle now. All I learned about John Muir was from 3rd or 4th grade (back in the late 1970s/early-80s). We actually took a three-day field trip to John Muir’s house/grounds here in California. No, I had no idea the bloke was from the tally-ho foothills of merry old England.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    Wow, I feel like a total ******nozzle now. All I learned about John Muir was from 3rd or 4th grade (back in the late 1970s/early-80s). We actually took a three-day field trip to John Muirís house/grounds here in California. No, I had no idea the bloke was from the tally-ho foothills of merry old England.
    That would be merry old SCOTLAND
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    [QUOTE=Leopold Porkstacker]I found that video to be palatable with the sound muted. Nothing worse than a poorly-remixed version of an otherwise almost-slightly-bearable song in a video. In fact, I think that the majority of videos on YouTube are best viewed with the sound turned off.

    Welcome in the age of personal freedom.

    Make the choice
    Watch the video or not!
    Listen to the song or not!

    Suffer from a small mental disorder
    or..... buy a Pugsley, start to have FUN and make crazy video's.

    LOL

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    [QUOTE=Bikepatroltommy]
    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    I found that video to be palatable with the sound muted. Nothing worse than a poorly-remixed version of an otherwise almost-slightly-bearable song in a video. In fact, I think that the majority of videos on YouTube are best viewed with the sound turned off.

    Welcome in the age of personal freedom.

    Make the choice
    Watch the video or not!
    Listen to the song or not!

    Suffer from a small mental disorder
    or..... buy a Pugsley, start to have FUN and make crazy video's.

    LOL
    Not to mention, finding suitable music thats "useable" on youtube isn't exactly simple. Already had one of my audios pulled. Came from "audioswap" so was OK to begin with but somebody (artist,record co.,etc.) changed they're mind. Will take some time to peruse whats available and "swap" something in that fits. Also, pretty hard for us (FB riders) to get together &ride at such long distance... these vids (and pics too) let us share are rides with each other! Thanks for sharing BPT!

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    With ya, Ward. I had one pulled from YouTube, too. So I'm using Vimeo now. I like Vimeo's interface, and how they default to HD faster than YouTube.

    Not a fatbike vid', but you can see one I just uploaded last week:


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    Just got a go-pro and really want to start making videos but can't figure out how to get windows media player/movie maker to read MP4 files. Can anyone help with either making that work or tune me into other/better editing viewing software? I've got hours of clips already just need to edit them to post, any help will be rewarded with sweet movies from my pugs from sunny Florida!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman
    With ya, Ward. I had one pulled from YouTube, too. So I'm using Vimeo now. I like Vimeo's interface, and how they default to HD faster than YouTube.

    Not a fatbike vid', but you can see one I just uploaded last week:

    Nice Mangoman! It's like a little "piece" of the trip experience!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman
    With ya, Ward. I had one pulled from YouTube, too. So I'm using Vimeo now. I like Vimeo's interface, and how they default to HD faster than YouTube.

    Not a fatbike vid', but you can see one I just uploaded last week:

    enjoyed that! 8-)
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    [quote=Leopold Porkstacker]I found that video to be palatable with the sound muted. Nothing worse than a poorly-remixed version of an otherwise almost-slightly-bearable song in a video. In fact, I think that the majority of videos on YouTube are best viewed with the sound turned off.
    
    Welcome in the age of personal freedom.
    
    Make the choice
    Watch the video or not!
    Listen to the song or not!
    
    Suffer from a small mental disorder
    or..... buy a Pugsley, start to have FUN and make crazy video's.
    
    LOL

    on the film tommy,music is your choice as your film
    i suffer from a fun disorder from having a pugsley

    i watch other films-often non biking on youtube and when an i tune pop up for the song being used pops up i like or imagine it fitting into a film then you know you can at least use it,some songs i have used for films here in the UK are banned in other countries, vimeo definitly is better as can use any music and i think the upload quality is better but youtube has more viewers and you can follow(subscribe) to peoples films...just re-bought good morning vietnam soundtrack so expect some adrian croaner soon and other nam era music on my films soon!
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    Well, it looks as though I’ll be going with a Fatback bike built up by Speedway Cycles, so a video could perhaps maybe possibly be in the works in the following months. I think I will have to use the retardo music I created from scratch back when I was in highschool in the late 1980s, so as to avoid any do&#117;chetacular trademark violations. I was told that my music was ahead of it’s time… was told this back in the late 1990s, in fact. Never landed any sort of recording contract with major labels, but did manage to produce three albums. Not bad for an ADHD-riddled teenager! At least going this route, everyone has been warned ahead of time that the music might suck in a very 1980s techno-before-techo-existed sort of way, and negative comments about the music are welcomed.
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    First ride, first video, and first flat!...ahh and first time choosing a song for a video too LP! I just took the first one on itunes with the proper length and of course is owned or licensed by UMG (whatever that means)

    I really need to work on my tire pressures...today it was tooo low

    This was what I was able to get...at least you can watch it on HD

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    hey martinsillo...the pugsdozer looks great
    looks massive with those painted rims,even the larry tread looks big!
    nice film man
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    The pugsdozer has to be the most wonderful 'conversion' of the Pugsley I've seen. Love it!

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    thanks guys! I loved every minute I was able to ride! can't wait to go and ride again.

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    Video is here:





    Sorry...can't embed it. Some stupid error...

    Meanwhile, get out there!
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    great vid mango!

    I would have liked it more if you have had your shirt on! (I'm pretty sure there is something wrong in my english, sorry)

    I think it works now:

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    Your solo trip seems like it was a great one!...did you post something about it somewhere?

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    Not into the shirt and helmet on a mellow ride. But hope you dig the vibe...

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    I saw a guy who wasnít wearing a helmet take a nasty fall on his head before. He was going maybe 10MPH, and just lost his balance and somehow managed to land on his head. He sort of blanked out for a minute or so, and then seemed fine afterward, except for his wobbliness (sort of dizzyness) wherein he really couldnít stand up for several minutes afterward. Next time I saw him riding a bike, he was wearing his helmet.

    He got lucky. Sorta like a condom or a gun; itís there if you need it, hope you wonít.
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    Almost naked bike ride!!

    Hey DJ, a very artistic video. NICE!!

    How do you the trick of creating the effect of the moving camera??
    Digital or do you hire Steven Spielburg and put him on a cam dolly in the forest?

    And yes, always wear a helmet
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    nice film,good use of editing there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman
    Video is here:


    Meanwhile, get out there!
    Very nice video!
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    time to cool off....

    weve not had rain for two weeks now here in S.E. Scotland and its roasting (for here anyway)
    the worst winter in over 40 years in the UK seems like so long ago now...
    some film from a days ride which i never published...man hope this happens again

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    weve not had rain for two weeks now here in S.E. Scotland and its roasting (for here anyway)
    the worst winter in over 40 years in the UK seems like so long ago now...
    some film from a days ride which i never published...man hope this happens again

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    Me too, Bruce, hope we get some really bad weather next winter!

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    a wet river...

    again, just one and a half minutes of fun...
    this one from a short ride I did yesterday...Hurricane Alex is hitting Mex, and is on its way to MTY...rain started two nights ago...yesterday afternoon the water level was perfect


    rain hasn't stopped since last night...today when I leave the office water was one or two meters above me on this vid...anyways, enjoy

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    your film made riding that river bed look real easy,nice one
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    thanks guys!

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    Love it! The Dozer in action!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman

    Meanwhile, get out there!
    ^ Love the pic!!
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    From last weekends beach trip on the Washington Coast. Joined by my friends Tim (an experienced cyclist) and Dave (new to cycling). Tim (also celebrating his birthday that day) is riding the new, blue Fatback; Dave is riding my old fat bike; And I'm riding (and filming) from my pre-fat bike sand set-up; an old Klien Pulse II w/ Snow-Cat rims and trimmed Geax Sadonas. Their first FB experience, we took a relaxed pace ride out to Damon Point (a spit jetting eastward into Greys Harbor) and back, finishing the last mile on the Ocean beach. Only 'bout 12 miles (and one beer a piece) total... just cruisin...

    Highlights from Ride #2 & #3 coming soon

    Cheers!
    P.S. Music is: ?Quie'n?(Suite) (first Q mark is supposed to be upside down) by
    Juana Molina on her UNDI'A album from Argentina

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    so much fun ward...
    I really need to take La Pugsdozer down to the beach soon!

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    2 new films today.... a beachride....

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    and riding home some more endocam film...

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    plan it...build it....ride it...love it....
    http://coastkid.blogspot.com/

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