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    Two High Speed Videos, 210fps

    Hey guys, thought i'd share a few MTB videos of us doing some ups, downs, and hucks.
    Location is Lynn Woods in Lynnfield Ma, the place is mostly rocks that some how were made into MTB trails.

    Camera used is a Casio Exilim EX-FC100.



    This one here I already whore'd in a thread in the specialized Forum about a month ago:

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    Very nice. I like when the guy with the red pack pops straight up in the air.
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    Some cool slo-mo Oh and some very good rock work.

    Have you added some PSI to the shock and fork on that SpecialED yet? Thing was bottoming out on everything and using up 3/4 travel without even leaving the ground. Can't imagine that the shock or fork will last long with that sort of constant bottoming.
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    Nice work with the camera.
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    @ 2:07 in Vol2 is really cool

    And is that an older dood tearing it up too?
    looks like some grey hair?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    nice vid!! i'm loking the slow-mo hahaha

    I only use the brake, so I can accelerate all over again...
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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    @ 2:07 in Vol2 is really cool

    And is that an older dood tearing it up too?
    looks like some grey hair?
    That old dood with the grey hair is me, and I'm 30

    Yeah @2:07 he (Ausitn) is going pretty fast up that and pulling up to catch air. I couldnt do it nearly as well.

    As for the fork and shock on my bike, I have them set to the psi for my weight+gear. The shock's o-ring never goes to the very end of the travel, and the fork only bottoms out on the larger drops. I only do a couple 3+ foot drops per ride anyways. Maybe I'll add a little air to both though.

    Thanks for the comments guys!
    '08 Stumpy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash 79
    That old dood with the grey hair is me, and I'm 30
    hehe
    well nice ridin gramps!
    (I'm still older though ))
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Very cool, I enjoyed both

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    i still gotta make a trip up there before i leave
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    I really like how you made an all slowmo movie that isn't boring!

    The best part besides the bikes was the dog running.

    Is that an ironhorse your friend is riding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainlane
    I really like how you made an all slowmo movie that isn't boring!

    The best part besides the bikes was the dog running.

    Is that an ironhorse your friend is riding?
    Thanks. Yes that's an iron horse, mkIII I think. It's held up very well for all the abuse
    that's been given to it.
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