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    This guy's got sum serious SKILLLLLLLLLLLZZZZ!

    If any of you had any worries about the Chili handling abuse, this should provide you with the answer.

    Simon Garstin riding the Knolly Chilcotin Video - Pinkbike
    Last edited by Dominator13; 02-14-2013 at 07:25 PM.
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    Geeze... I am REALLY under-riding my Chili! That thing was handling incredible.

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    ^ envy
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    Yeah, that one was burried in the Chili setup thread, but I kept having to go back and find it. Ripping that very very very nice trail.

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    *Picks jaw up off the floor*

    jeebus, thats quick

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharacterZero View Post
    Yeah, that one was burried in the Chili setup thread, but I kept having to go back and find it. Ripping that very very very nice trail.
    I had to watch that one a number of times also. Talk about committing to a corner.

    Anyone notice he is rocking "old school" riser bars?
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    There's really only one way to learn how to turn like that... leaves your brakes in the truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger View Post
    vid looked like a different stem and higher risers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Bottoms View Post
    There's really only one way to learn how to turn like that... leaves your brakes in the truck.
    I have a local xc loop with lots of rolling ups and downs and bermed corners. Often when i ride it...i wrap my brake finger around the bars and try ride it with no brakes...I havent made it the whole way without cheating...but its super scary fun. Have to look for anything that will catch a tire or add traction in a corner. Fun way to change up an average trail.
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