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    Good job! 36er Trail Riding - w/cable cam and pov.

    Discovered a really cool network of trails in Rancho Palos Verdes, tailor-made for a 36er!

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    Wow, excellent footage, great movie. I once tried riding a unicycle and decided that two wheels are more to my liking. lotta respect for being able to ride one on trails, thanks for sharing

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    Thanks Uni! As always, your videos are rockin! Can't wait for more.
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    yet another great edit from you terry,,, right up there with you usual highstandards... great angles great location, great riding skill. you make unicycling look easy and great fun.
    i cant help but wonder now how long it will be before the bike manufacturers start with these 36ers. lol. who needs 650b or 29ers, 36 is the future ha ha ha.

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    Awesome movie! love the different camera angles, I got to try some for my videos. Music was spot-on and the editing was well done. Glad you had a good time riding.



    But...



    I thought this video was about a 36inch bicycle. I was a little disappointed.

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    Ghey!!!
    A pristine bike free of dirt, scratches, and wear marks makes me sort of sad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Air Bud View Post
    Wow, excellent footage, great movie. I once tried riding a unicycle and decided that two wheels are more to my liking. lotta respect for being able to ride one on trails, thanks for sharing
    Quote Originally Posted by Lawson Raider View Post
    Thanks Uni! As always, your videos are rockin! Can't wait for more.
    Quote Originally Posted by delirian View Post
    yet another great edit from you terry,,, right up there with you usual highstandards... great angles great location, great riding skill. you make unicycling look easy and great fun.
    i cant help but wonder now how long it will be before the bike manufacturers start with these 36ers. lol. who needs 650b or 29ers, 36 is the future ha ha ha.
    Quote Originally Posted by maxforce View Post
    Awesome movie! love the different camera angles, I got to try some for my videos. Music was spot-on and the editing was well done. Glad you had a good time riding.



    But...



    I thought this video was about a 36inch bicycle. I was a little disappointed.
    Thanks for the comments!
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    very nice!
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