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    GoPro HD Long Downhill Video

    This is the Ponderosa Loop, Wild Turkey and Picture Rock linked descent in Boluder Colorado's Heil Ranch.

    Three parts due to length:

    Part 1

    Part 2

    Part 3

    You can watch in 720p

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    wow , i watched the first vid only and cant believe how fast you go... do you ever fall down? so dangerous ..lol

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    Props for rocking the AT2s and a Shimano remote shifter. Classic!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BracoJax
    wow , i watched the first vid only and cant believe how fast you go... do you ever fall down? so dangerous ..lol
    lol indeed. I don't fall often (once a year or so) but when I do it is epic

    now that I think about it I am well overdue

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook
    Props for rocking the AT2s and a Shimano remote shifter. Classic!
    I am amazed you are the first to point this out in my now many video posts, I thought I would catch so much more grief that I have, high class group on MTBR

    I scoured ebay years ago for these, I have a lifetime supply of AT2-LF's and the Thermoplastic version, still love them but confess they look a bit too retro on my bran spanking new Blur Carbon!

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    is that a chest or helmet mount you used for the camera?

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    sick vids! I wanna hit that descent sometime!

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    What did you use to edit the video? It is very stable, and I am interested in what settings/plugins you might have used.
    "Being smart and fit is expensive, but not as expensive as being fat and dumb" - 9.8m/s/s

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    Thanks for the kind words

    Yes to the chest mount GoPro "Chesty"

    The mount the wide view plus the silky smooth Blur VPP suspension must take credit for it looking "stabilized"

    I am having a chin mount for a full face made and I think that will be even better...

    Zero post production work other than splitting it into 1/3's in Quicktime for the 10 minute YouTube limit (though my last one is slightly over the 10 minute mark).

    Thanks for watching, I will try to get Buffalo Creek in this week, can't wait for that flowy goodness

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