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    fatbike films thread

    how about a thread for fatbike films?
    i know ive posted a few all over the place on different threads and always making wee films but if there all together then if any browsers(endo lurkers?),intrested potential owners or non-believers are looking or wondering what these bikes can do then they dont have to go looking...(the truth is out there(here!)

    lets get the ball rolling 50 mile xc ride on the pug;

    http://vimeo.com/5392953
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    Great Vid CK

    If anyone has any doubts regarding the Pug as an allrounder, then all they need do is watch this !

    Looks like a brilliant ride all round and great sunsets at the end.
    A Fatback'd Lefty for who life IS a Beach

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    dawn beachride around holy island(lindisfarne)

    heres a film from a beachride i did today,i got up real early,3am!
    drove down to the scottish/england border and biked from berwick upon tweed 8 miles along the coast and out to the historic tidal village of `holy island`
    sunrise was 4am,low tide 6am, felt wierd being home at 11am from a 5 hour ride!

    http://vimeo.com/5453590
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    Great Vid CK, nothing quite like having the entire beach to yourself
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    Here is a semi-annoying (too much camera shake) fat bike video with a couple wipeouts recorded from a handlebar perspective...

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    thanks for the film baker!!,man looks real dry and hot there not like here in scotland
    and good how you included a couple of tumbles
    im collecting a small amount of my mishaps and will put them together soon
    how did you do the slow-mo riding over the rock?,real cool,i need a camera with time lapse but guess wont get that on a cheap camera and i think its more fun with a cheap camera as you have to be more creative with your filming
    com- on everyone else lets see some movies of you out on your fatbikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71}\
    how did you do the slow-mo riding over the rock?
    I just use Microsoft MovieMaker and drag and drop the slow mo effect onto the clip. Super super easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    thanks for the film baker!!,man looks real dry and hot there not like here in scotland
    Oh yeah, this has been a super wet spring/summer for the Front Range of Colorado! Scarily, it is normally brown as toast by this time of the year.
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    a short beachride this morning,all onboard camera im afraid but shows my local coastline
    http://vimeo.com/5893096
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    a little clip from today's ride...

    Last edited by washedup; 08-02-2009 at 05:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by washedup
    a little clip from today's ride...
    looks like my area
    hills are dry but plenty of nasty looking standing water at the bottom
    north east is not the place to be this "summer"

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    You just gotta embrace it. Here are a couple of stills. As you can tell, the quads hadnt been through yet to roost out the water...




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    Found this on the `Facebook` Pugsley group.

    How wet can you get ??

    http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http...4c4485c6d1cd3e
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    sunset beachride,seacliff, east lothian, s.e. scotland

    filmed a lovely sunset last night at my local beach,check out the harbour,smallest commercial harbour in the world
    flat bottomed creel boat works inland waters around the scenic bass rock island offshore,
    theres a few wheelies at the end,folk have been asking for more wheelies


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kt0PNC2kFs
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    Link isn`t working CK
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    working now!,sorry about that,couldnt get the link with vimeo but youtube link seems ok!
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    New question here.

    @coastkid

    what size of epic gastank is that on your pugs?
    Life is like a ten speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use. Charles M. Schulz (1922 - 2000)

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    Quote Originally Posted by velopax
    @coastkid

    what size of epic gastank is that on your pugs?
    hi,think its the large size gastank,and the wide front bag,eric said this was the standard set up for pugsleys for loads of room to stash stuff,i use the gas tank to quickly grab my camera for `on the move` film shots , the bag can be opened easily one handed while riding having the two parrarel zips and pull tog, great piece of kit,exellent finish and fit
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    Larger production film by exploreak called 'Fatbike'. Looking forward to its full release.

    lhttp://www.indieakfilms.com/fat%20bike%20trailer.html

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    Brilliant film about the sunset beach ride, Coastkid

    OT: Am I wrong, or did you use to have H-Bars on your Pug? If so, why the change to risers?

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    ive never had H bars but the other UKpug owner on here Dr FG has,there is another jedi pug owner on these shores now who found me on facebook. the force should lead him here!!
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    Ah, okay, I mixed the two of you up. Apologies... Keep surprising us with your pug-films, I would say!

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    Hey Orkje.

    Still got the Hbars on my Pug and I doubt I will ever change them, especially with ergon grips
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    Hi Dr F, I've got H-bars as well, and coming off risers, I seriously doubt whether I'd ever change again, too. Never say never, though... In terms of grips, I'll stick with Oury, though I understand that H-bars combined with ergons must be incredibly comfy as well.
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