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    somewhere in socal
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    ted williams helmet cam crash

    has this ever happened to you?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSslJVHQhpg

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    The video you have requested is not available.

    If you have recently uploaded this video, you may need to wait a few minutes for the video to process.
    I know YouTube lags on the processing of video but I see that you posted this 49 minutes ago - it doesn't lag THAT much. Was it deleted?

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    the link was working for about a half hour then suddenly stopped. should be back soon....

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    try it now....

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    Works now. Sweet vid! The branch flying up in the middle of the crash adds to the effect. That trail looks like a lot of fun.

    What camera setup did you use?

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    i use a viosport adventure 3 with a sony trv-22 minidv camera.

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    The landings looked pretty rutted, cant blame you for crashing. The last section looks fast and fun. What area is that? scott



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    unfortunately happens all too often nice job with vid and nice riding

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    its located in san diego. that run was my first and last due to a really banged up knee from my tumble. i was very lucky to be able to ride down the rest of that run. riding behind fast eddie banveios is the best. he hits all of the trail jumps and likes to pin it.

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    ... and if we just ... Oh Yeah...

    Quote Originally Posted by dezul43
    that run was my first and last due to a really banged up knee from my tumble.
    the last time I rode with one of my air buds... I ended up with a hyper extended neck from the crash which took a year to stop the tingling/numbness in my hands and feet. . My wife just said, "Boys and their toys!" and didn't have much sympathy...

    I stopped jumping after that!

    Heal quickly.... BTW: nice camera shots.

    OMR...
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    Older than Dirt!!!

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    looks like the jump kicked you up and over the bars. i am sure if you talk to one of the better riders at TW they might be able to help you with something in your run-up/takeoff to keep you from doing that.

    TW looks *****en. i gotta get down that way on my socom!

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    i didnt get kicked over the bars nor was it a jump. my front tire fell right into a water rut when i rolled over the rock. thanks for the advice though.

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    yeah, it did kinda look like an endo and OTB...... I hate ruts!

    After what seemed like a huge front flip and landing on my back, crushing my ipod and bending my tire pump and everything else in the Camelbakwhile at Mt Pinos, I also try to keep both wheels on the ground!

    Different fall....http://www.clipdin.com/index.php?ind...ry_view&iden=4

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFlz-_Lr3QI




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