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    Imminent Doom

    Post a picture that looks awesome, but you ate sh!t immediately after it was taken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    Post a picture that looks awesome, but you ate sh!t immediately after it was taken.

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    Just saying I have more pictures of the aftermath then imminent doom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueeyesMTB View Post
    Just saying I have more pictures of the aftermath then imminent doom.

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    That's all we really want to see anyway, so...

    post up!
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    Pretty much every picture ever taken of me on a bike.

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    Silentfoe, regardless of the outcome, that's a pretty badass photo.

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    Who will be first to post their wedding picture?
    There are two types of people in this world:
    1) Those who can extrapolate from incomplete data

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Who will be first to post their wedding picture?
    LMFAO thatís what I was thinking.
    Some carnage need not see the light of day again. 🤣


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    I've posted this pic before but it's the only one I have that's immediately pre-dirt nap.

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    Notice the front tire. Caught the burp. This resulted in an OTB.

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    I think my friends are just so used to me being an idiot and falling down, they don't even bother pulling out a camera.

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    Not a pic...but a video. Wait for it.... my wife ate it in Sedona last year.


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    I feel like this thread should be in Passion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold View Post
    Not a pic...but a video. Wait for it.... my wife ate it in Sedona last year.


    20170303_124630 by Nate, on Flickr

    I feel like this thread should be in Passion
    What did I miss? I didnít see a crash in there.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
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    Some good crashing going on in there. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    What did I miss? I didnít see a crash in there.
    You have to listen. You see her ride by, and a little later you hear the crash

    She lost it on a damp, narrow off camber step down after this spot. Landed between a cactus and a yucca


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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold View Post
    You have to listen. You see her ride by, and a little later you hear the crash

    She lost it on a damp, narrow off camber step down after this spot. Landed between a cactus and a yucca


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    Ahh. . . I heard that, did she come out of it alright? Good to see she rides with you.
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    I donít have any photos of any of my crashes but I do have a POV video of my last one. Iíve had many worse but this happened to be caught on camera. I veered too far left and my front tire washed out off the side of a cliff.

    Please excuse the colorful language at the end.

    https://www.pinkbike.com/video/426178/

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Ahh. . . I heard that, did she come out of it alright? Good to see she rides with you.
    Yeah, she was fine. Laughed about it after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold View Post
    Yeah, she was fine. Laughed about it after.

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Nothing bike-related since there's never a camera on me when I'm riding, but I do have this:

    Į\(į_o)/Į

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
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    These are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    These are great!
    Did you want the mid-doom pics too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    Did you want the mid-doom pics too?
    HA! it's all good. I guess I wasn't thinking specifically about crash pics.

    I see some people's pics, some of mine included, that look so cool. But then they admit that they immediately bit the dust soon after. That cracks me up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Nothing bike-related since there's never a camera on me when I'm riding, but I do have this:

    Was that just before it dragged you under and drowned you?
    Do the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Rager View Post
    Was that just before it dragged you under and drowned you?
    Close. My hands slipped and my head got a nice dunking in gross bay water.
    Į\(į_o)/Į

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Close. My hands slipped and my head got a nice dunking in gross bay water.
    Itís always pleasant when they deliberately spit fish out and nail you. I know thatís a Beluga Whale / actually in the porpoise family but the Dolphins are famous for this at Sea World. Of course theyíre not totally without manners. They smile at you as they swim away.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Does this count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewalk View Post
    Sure, one couldnít say you were without conviction.

    I give you a solid 9.3 on your landing.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Sure, one couldnít say you were without conviction.

    I give you a solid 9.3 on your landing.
    It cost me a crankset and pedals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewalk View Post
    It cost me a crankset and pedals
    A crankset? Do tell.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewalk View Post
    It cost me a crankset and pedals
    No broken bones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    A crankset? Do tell.
    My left pedal hit the rock. Bent the pedal spindle and ovaled out the threads on the Aaefect crank. My LBS made the executive decision to replace it with a Turbine

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    No broken bones?
    I'm somewhere between expert and pro when it comes to crashing. Only one dislocated shoulder, and a handful of sore ribs here and there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewalk View Post
    My left pedal hit the rock. Bent the pedal spindle and ovaled out the threads on the Aaefect crank. My LBS made the executive decision to replace it with a Turbine
    Thatís a commendable bike shop.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Thatís a commendable bike shop.
    They are basically family (adopted).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewalk View Post
    It was cool watching it, knowing it was going to end badly.

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    Not me, but my photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid Duffman View Post
    Your screen name checks out
    lol, hahhaha, yep.

    I have a bunch of pics that look like this could be the case, but none of them actually have crashes afterward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evasive View Post
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    Yeah, that ones going to leave a mark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    Post a picture that looks awesome, but you ate sh!t immediately after it was taken.

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    I know exactly where this is. Sometimes you go up easy as can be and other times....not so much. Also a perfect example of a feature where flats come in handy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2rider1964 View Post
    I know exactly where this is. Sometimes you go up easy as can be and other times....not so much. Also a perfect example of a feature where flats come in handy.
    I didn't quite make it. Ran out of gas, stepped to the side and slipped. Proceeded to roll and slide down the rock entwined with my bike. I've never cleared it easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2rider1964 View Post
    a perfect example of a feature where flats come in handy.
    Why? I have never had a problem with coming unclipped when I need to put my foot down or bail quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evasive View Post
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    That's on the initial entry to Amasa Back, isn't it? Did someone groom the soil up to the rock? It looks more smooth and even than I've ever seen it. Nonetheless, I've never dropped it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Itís always pleasant when they deliberately spit fish out and nail you. I know thatís a Beluga Whale / actually in the porpoise family but the Dolphins are famous for this at Sea World. Of course theyíre not totally without manners. They smile at you as they swim away.
    A friend of mine was part of a Navy unit that trained and utilized dolphins for harbor protection.

    Let's just say that they "shot" a lot worse than fish at people. Not kidding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    A friend of mine was part of a Navy unit that trained and utilized dolphins for harbor protection.

    Let's just say that they "shot" a lot worse than fish at people. Not kidding.

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    I heard about dolphin training, but the toxic dart part was more recent, something I learned after getting out.

    I like stories of special forces. Was reading up on a story about Haditha dam (battle) the other day.



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    - Imminent doom. BB7 brake fade. Had to eject since I went from 1 finger braking, to 2, to 3, to fisting the lever, and was being pinballed by the rocks.

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    - All or nothing. Witnessed 3 pros wuss out from attempting it, 2 of them being either World DH champ or World Cup DH champ. I even demonstrated for them.

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    - I like huge rock rollers.
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    - From above. It looked easy and doable.

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    - A straight vertical one nearby, looking straight down from above.
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    - Just have to do it. It's shorter, so less penalty for failure.


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    - Scoping out a rock garden.
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    - Guess what the outcome was... I ejected as soon as I stalled out here and felt the risk of endo happening. The bike pretty much sprung about 3+ feet away up and forward away from me, between my legs.

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    - This is usually a rock roller.
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    - Hmm, what's with all this disturbed dirt here?
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    - Oh shit, that's not a roller.
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    - Yep... trail fairies...they made a sissy line and made the main line into a drop (there's a 3.5' drop just past it too)...

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    - Chesty cam pointing straight at the ground, mid-endo... this shot is me learning that a handlebar only light doesn't do up-and-over rock rollers very well. Relied on memory to ride it, and the front wheel suddenly fell with no support. Felt like I got sucker punched, thanks to the chest cam, and got the wind knocked out of me.
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    - What it looks like during the day, a couple feet back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klurejr View Post
    Why? I have never had a problem with coming unclipped when I need to put my foot down or bail quickly.

    Proof:
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    Same here. Never a problem getting out in even the sketchiest situations.

    Getting in on the other hand...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Varaxis View Post
    I heard about dolphin training, but the toxic dart part was more recent, something I learned after getting out.

    I like stories of special forces. Was reading up on Haditha dam the other day.
    Oh, they mount shotgun shells on a muzzle guard for them.

    I'm specifically referring to male dolphins, though. =-O

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curveball View Post
    Same here. Never a problem getting out in even the sketchiest situations.

    Getting in on the other hand...
    I clip in on my XC bike, flats on my Enduro. I really don't like being attached to my bike during some of the sketchy shit I do.

    And there is a drastic difference between being able to get out, and being able to save it. The linked video is perfect example of where just putting your foot down likely would have had a better result.

    But I also think it's a personal choice. I ride with both methods depending on the type of riding I'm doing. I don't think one is better than the other, just situational.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    A friend of mine was part of a Navy unit that trained and utilized dolphins for harbor protection.

    Let's just say that they "shot" a lot worse than fish at people. Not kidding.

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    Having lived in San Diego for 25 years Iíve witnessed the Navy training the dolphins in the SD Bay many times.

    Are you saying they sprayed poop on people?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewalk View Post
    I clip in on my XC bike, flats on my Enduro. I really don't like being attached to my bike during some of the sketchy shit I do.

    And there is a drastic difference between being able to get out, and being able to save it. The linked video is perfect example of where just putting your foot down likely would have had a better result.

    But I also think it's a personal choice. I ride with both methods depending on the type of riding I'm doing. I don't think one is better than the other, just situational.
    My pedal on the right side got bent mid-ride from a nasty pedal strike. I could only get it to clip in one position (egg beaters). It is insane just how much I rely on the upswing after only using clipless for the last 20 years. Every little climb my right foot would go flying off the pedals... I swapped them out for a different set for last nights ride and was back to normal.

    I love being connected to the bike.

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    - First time at Big Bear/Snow Summit. Heading towards the Fall Line side. Innocent and gentle looking right hander, but... hidden dangers in the shadows.
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    - I'm looking at the ground, cause there's a small drop with loose stones on the inside, but right about face level... got smacked by a branch that was at least 2.5" in diamter
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    - Where did my right glove go? Like stepping on legos on the ground at night, but bloodier... The grip apparently pulled the glove off my hand.


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    - Jumps were easy and had cameras out, so decided to see how things would go with more speed... panicked when I saw someone walking up the alt-line, which I was planning on taking if I survived the flat landing
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    - "Cratered" is now in my vocabulary... So is "scorpioned"...


    Imminent Doom-2016.02.23_17.48.40gopr1314.mp4_snapshot_03.06_maxxisikonpuncturestick.jpg
    - See a harmless branch pop up and land back in the middle of the trail
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    - No crash, but the tire's doomed... Maxxis Ikon 2.2 eXC EXO with a hole way too big for sealant to fix.


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    - Had an incident during the summer here, and decided to take pictures of it
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    - This rock was hidden by brush/weeds
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    - This man had the rock named after him... only heard a loud explosion, since i was about 2-3 riders behind him. Saw a cloud of dust and him standing up with the bike between his legs. Figured that the Ibis carbon wheel absorbed most of the impact's energy, essentially taking one for the team. There's some cholla cactus on the side of the trail about 100ft back that I often "punch" unintentionally. This time was no exception for me. It could've been a factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Having lived in San Diego for 25 years Iíve witnessed the Navy training the dolphins in the SD Bay many times.

    Are you saying they sprayed poop on people?
    No. Something that only comes from the male dolphin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    That's on the initial entry to Amasa Back, isn't it? Did someone groom the soil up to the rock? It looks more smooth and even than I've ever seen it. Nonetheless, I've never dropped it.
    Yes it is. But no, thereís a ~3-4 foot moat in that photo. Believe me.

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    I rode with SPD's for 25 years so I know all about them. When I fractured my neck in an OTB slow speed incident at Calavera of all places in 2014, I never came unclipped so couldn't get away from the bike. Fast forward to 2017 when I decide to give flats a try and was amazed to find how attached you can be w/o being clipped in. I can't even tell the difference 99% of the time. In December, I was on a steep climb and was going to be one pedal stroke short of clearing it and started to go straight backwards. I was able to push my bike away and land on my feet. Very comforting feeling. I'm not even saying I'll never go back to SPD's but for now, I'm loving riding flats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    No. Something that only comes from the male dolphin.

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    Nuff said.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    No. Something that only comes from the male dolphin.
    couldn't a female dolphin spit it out too?


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
    couldn't a female dolphin spit it out too?
    Touche.

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    - This man had the rock named after him... only heard a loud explosion, since i was about 2-3 riders behind him. Saw a cloud of dust and him standing up with the bike between his legs. Figured that the Ibis carbon wheel absorbed most of the impact's energy, essentially taking one for the team. There's some cholla cactus on the side of the trail about 100ft back that I often "punch" unintentionally. This time was no exception for me. It could've been a factor.[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    No. Something that only comes from the male dolphin.

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    Dolphins are kinky SOB's. I was at Sea World in Orlando, and saw a group of male dolphins having a great 'ol time together. Little boy nearby, maybe 8 y/o or so, asked his parents, "What are the dolphins doing?" My wife and I were unable to stifle our snickers.

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    no pics right before these unfortunately...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    I didn't quite make it. Ran out of gas, stepped to the side and slipped. Proceeded to roll and slide down the rock entwined with my bike. I've never cleared it easy.

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    You have to go way wide, out to the patch of slickrock at the edge of that area, and then turn in. That allows you to go straight up the slickrock.

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    no pics right before these unfortunately...
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    interesting you didn't notice the exact same pose, considering the pictures are right next to each other. the bikes broke right there, but this was back in the days of helmet flame wars, before everyone always wore one all the time. for the pictures, i removed the helmet in favor of my hat to prove the superiority of a Dickies hat over a helmet...

    i would never be stupid enough to not wear a helmet doing the stuff i do on a bike...
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    whoops...

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    Imminent Doom-mtbrimpendingdoomtrench.jpg
    - Bad line choice. Cloud of dust from braking. Legs sticking out... rider in front rode into a rut that is better described as a trench/ditch

    Imminent Doom-2017.08.12_20.08.48_gopr1377.mp4_snapshot_00.32.jpg
    - This guy's quite the lucky one. Trauma from hitting the last rock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    No, you cannot borrow my bike. I need to add you to my list in that other thread.
    aww c'mon, i always replace anything i mess up. i'm responsible like that. fwiw, i don't ride other peoples bikes the way i ride my own. no need to test the situation...


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    Quote Originally Posted by richde View Post
    You have to go way wide, out to the patch of slickrock at the edge of that area, and then turn in. That allows you to go straight up the slickrock.
    Gee thanks. Lol.

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    - Found another of our lucky ride buddy




    Having to dig deep in some vids to find doom impending shots, but here's some interesting ones I've found.

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    - Was my first time riding the area and was being given the tour

    Imminent Doom-2016.02.23_17.21.24gopr1306.mp4_snapshot_02.32_insidious3.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2rider1964 View Post
    I rode with SPD's for 25 years so I know all about them. When I fractured my neck in an OTB slow speed incident at Calavera of all places in 2014, I never came unclipped so couldn't get away from the bike. Fast forward to 2017 when I decide to give flats a try and was amazed to find how attached you can be w/o being clipped in. I can't even tell the difference 99% of the time. In December, I was on a steep climb and was going to be one pedal stroke short of clearing it and started to go straight backwards. I was able to push my bike away and land on my feet. Very comforting feeling. I'm not even saying I'll never go back to SPD's but for now, I'm loving riding flats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
    couldn't a female dolphin spit it out too?
    Lol. Iím sorry, but thatís one of the funniest things Iíve read in a while.


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    So this happened today...

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    ^So youíve got photographers posted here and there along side of the trail throughout the ride?
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    How does that even happen? Why are his feet so high up in the air? Was that guy trying to show off their gymnastic ability by doing a handstand while rolling up a ramp, but was ruined since the bike bounced & rolled rearward a bit suddenly and he decided to let go?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    So this happened today...
    Oh my god! How does something like that even happen?

    - face on tire
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    This was 1 second before...

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    Great shot though. Is he ok?

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    Did the chain snap or something?

    And how do you have photos from opposite angles without photographers in either image?

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    Two people. The first is a still shot from the video. The second is me standing off to the side.

    He was carrying a little speed without the ability to match it. Stuck his bike in place and his weight rotated forward. Hard. Craziest thing I've seen in awhile. He did a complete plank and in slow motion went up. Never completely went over and ended up ok.

    We're still laughing.

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    Ahhhh! That last pic is extra awesome!

    Iím laughing my head off here. Iím glad heís okay but dayam.

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    Got to love burst shots. You get all the good stuff. Unfortunately it stopped at this point. I missed the inversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    How did the angle change from the side to the front view?

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    Like I said, I was off to the side. Those were done with my phone. The head on was done by his girlfriend with another phone.

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    He explained that already, 2 different things.

    First 2 are silent holding the camera, the third was a frame from video being recorded by a separate camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAKC Ind View Post
    He explained that already, 2 different things.

    First 2 are silent holding the camera, the third was a frame from video being recorded by a separate camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Yes, I just realized that and edited it. Sorry Silentfoe.
    No worries. I didn't realize we did such a good job on angles.

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    I was thinking of a "gut lever" (BMX trick) when I saw the first pic.

    *shrug* guess I'm too used to seeing people show off their ability when the camera comes out, not their lack of it. xD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deerhill View Post
    Watching an uphill endo never get's old
    Or a fast technical downhill section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    I ate it right there four years ago.

    There's another little dip about halfway down to the Sheep Bridge trail head where I got a little loose, went very slightly off trail, and while trying to correct back onto the trail, smoked a rock hidden by a tiny sage bush. Scorpion to yard sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    I ate it right there four years ago.

    There's another little dip about halfway down to the Sheep Bridge trail head where I got a little loose, went very slightly off trail, and while trying to correct back onto the trail, smoked a rock hidden by a tiny sage bush. Scorpion to yard sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    Yeah, I know better than hitting that lip. It's often changed by riders and is never the same. Lesson learned.

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    Yeah. I rode it once at the beginning of the week, then could've sworn it was different the next time around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    Yeah. I rode it once at the beginning of the week, then could've sworn it was different the next time around.

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    Probably from Silentfoe wiping out all over it.
    This too

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    Was this you?
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