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    Don't wake me up cause it's almost over...

    Sunday we hit up Corona Loma. We knock this one out a few times a year. This trail drops off on the south side of SOMO, paralleling Viejo and connects up to Secret Trail and DC. It is not very steep, but loose and bit chunky on a smaller bike. Lots of fun, perfect weather...AGAIN!

    Enjoy the video...and the music...especially for you closet Bizkit fans.


    1/18/09 - Corona De Loma from Tisser on Vimeo.
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    good stuff as usual. loma looks alot less primitive since i rode it last. man, thats been a long time.
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    that was close...

    Sure glad Dirtbag has got long legs. We almost had a 'Miles' moment.. . Those who have seen the Miles video will know what I'm talking about..
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    Great work on the videos, I've been playing with my POV-1 on the last 2 rides. What software have you been editing with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZmtncycler
    Sure glad Dirtbag has got long legs. We almost had a 'Miles' moment.. . Those who have seen the Miles video will know what I'm talking about..
    Too bad the video doesn't show just how steep that is right there. dirtbag came out of that one in pretty good shape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _dw
    Great work on the videos, I've been playing with my POV-1 on the last 2 rides. What software have you been editing with?

    Thanks. I have been using Cyberlink PowerDirector 7. Hard to beat for $65, and after a bunch of research, it is constantly topping the charts in usability, features, and production. After using it for about a month, I have a real good feel for the software. You can knock out videos pretty quickly with this.

    http://www.cyberlink.com/multi/cyber...der_4_ENU.html
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    Great Vid. I've been jonesing for a STH MTN weekend, great teaser. Thanks.

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