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    Noob crash and fail video - my buddy Josh riding ledges and tech features

    Nothing epic (he's new), typical slips and fails. The slow silly ones to hate to admit happen to you. I was very supportive.

    We were actually testing and tweaking a turn during the second half of the shooting.

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    Wow, that first ledge is no joke. He did pretty darn well for being "new".

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    Noob crash and fail video - my buddy Josh riding ledges and tech features

    That step is called EBD (Eric's a Bagga *****). I'm Eric, the line up to it is a pretty steep sustained climb with no breaks, then you get that 2 footer. I designed it, my co-builders named it


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    its good to see the guy trying, and getting right in the end. he's got more patience than i have lol
    he would probably find it easier and learn quicker if he swapped the spd's for flats. flats give you more confidence knowing you can get your foot down when needed.
    great looking trails to. he will be shreeding in no time if he keeps on practicing like that.

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    Way to not give up. It is great when you have friends that will tell you" That one's not getting deleted either" classic. Where is this trail it looks awesome.
    Just remember,Where ever you go there you are...

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    Noob crash and fail video - my buddy Josh riding ledges and tech features

    Quote Originally Posted by kitts21j View Post
    Way to not give up. It is great when you have friends that will tell you" That one's not getting deleted either" classic. Where is this trail it looks awesome.
    Right on, like I said, I was very supportive.

    Central Texas, near Austin. You local?


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    Nope, unfortuntly. I'm about 2500 miles away in W.NY. Keep him riding and he'll be blazing over those ledges in no time.
    Just remember,Where ever you go there you are...

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    Hello
    From what itīs possible to see in the video, i think he should check his saddle height.
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