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    This is an awesome pic, #2.

    Along the lines of Radair's post, this is from an mass email I got from Specialized.

    Woah. I could do that.

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    I could do that with an additional 360 or so - vertically!. Is there such a thing as going under the bars after going over them?
    OTB - UTB - OTB - UTB.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRocker
    I could do that with an additional 360 or so - vertically!. Is there such a thing as going under the bars after going over them?
    OTB - UTB - OTB - UTB.....
    How'd they get all those guys who look the same to do that for one snapshot, must be mirrors.

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    Smoke and mirrors.

    Quote Originally Posted by borg
    How'd they get all those guys who look the same to do that for one snapshot, must be mirrors.

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    You're smoking crack, and they used mirrors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    You're smoking crack, and they used mirrors.

    fp

    hahahahaha
    too funny!

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    When I was young I could....

    ....dream about doing stunts like that just like I do now. Kids these days!

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    Bearcloth (great name BTW)

    From the last installment of NWD or Kranked.

    Bringing incredible BMX style to the huckset. The video has only this shot from below.

    Good stuff - Sean

    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    Along the lines of Radair's post, this is from an mass email I got from Specialized.

    Woah. I could do that.

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    Its called image compositing. They stick a camera in a tripod, first take a pic without Mr. Barrencloth, then take several pictures during the descent, and then composite them with the original clear image.

    geTIT?

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    I seriously disagree

    THIS IS an awesome pic
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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by What&son
    THIS IS an awesome pic
    im likein this pic better

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    She might be an awesome chick, but that's a stupid pic.

    That Berrecloth guy has some incredible skills.

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    All we Canadians can do that Eff P...

    with varying degrees of success. I'm still working on the steep hill part. Maybe if I paint my Specialized pink it will do a 360?

    What happens if you get dizzy in the middle part?

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    skills?...mmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by radair
    She might be an awesome chick, but that's a stupid pic.

    That Berrecloth guy has some incredible skills.
    ...Im sure Gina has some incredible skills too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    Woah. I could do that.

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    Sure you can. You need Specialized

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    Can't you read the ad? Or is the trillions of $$$ spent worlwide each year on advertising wasted on you? Now that Gina ad ... that's pure genius (or in the case of Francis Cebedo, pure genious). The reader looks at it and immediately says "I'd buy that bike, like right now, just because I've seen a picture of a hot chick riding one." D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    Along the lines of Radair's post, this is from an mass email I got from Specialized.

    Woah. I could do that.

    fp

    Huh?? What's so big about that?? All us Canadians ride that way.

    Sheesh.
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    So it's my saddle that's holding me back!

    And I thought it was just my survival instincts.
    Is ibuprofen considered a recreational drug?

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    Article about Darren over on NSMB.

    http://www.nsmb.com/trail_tales/berrecloth_12_03.php


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    I don't know about *your* saddle, but...

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanB
    So it's my saddle that's holding me back!

    And I thought it was just my survival instincts.
    I like where and how she is holding hers!

    old_dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by radair
    She might be an awesome chick, but that's a stupid pic.

    That Berrecloth guy has some incredible skills.
    Word.
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