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    Sedona: Hangover trail - front and rear cameras with a little OTB action

    Here is my "long" version of the Hangover trail running front and rear cameras. I still cannot ride all of the west face, but getting better every time I go... mind over matter it will be!

    Hope you enjoy it, one of my larger editing projects

    A little Over The Bars action at the 3 min mark...

    Last edited by CactusJackSlade; 03-19-2016 at 08:31 PM. Reason: spelling - DOH!
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    Great video, I never done Hangover but at least now I know to trade out my rigid fork for a little squish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TacoBeer View Post
    Great video, I never done Hangover but at least now I know to trade out my rigid fork for a little squish.
    Most definitely... I ride two Ripley's... one is set up XC race and this one has big tires, wide rims, 140mm Pike fork, and it made things so much more manageable and FUN. Sedona rocks!
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    Nice video!




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    that's a nice vid, good quality and angles. a tad long, imo, but one of the best hangover edits yet!
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    I really appreciated this video. Having never been to sedona yet to ride, it was sweet to see the whole trail. Thanks

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    I found the Ripley a bit nervous on HO. That's with a 140mm fork as well. Looking forward to checking out the LS version. That drop-in from the saddle is getting tricky as well. Nice vid.

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    Awesome video and great bike skills. My buddy and I were there last weekend and we opted to not do that trail. Maybe next time!

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    I'm debating whether I want to try this trail tomorrow or not.

    Rode Hiline and Hogs today. Was not able to clean all of the Hiline descent (after the chute... the really steep part as well as the part below it where I didn't want to get clipped by the tree)

    The Hogs were awesome. Enjoyed that trail more than I did Hiline.
    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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    Another Hokie in the Hood! Class of 84.

    I find the HO a bit easier technically than that backside HiLine descent but it does have more exposure.

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    We actually did Hang Over, then over to Broken Arrow, then Hogs... I rode all of Hogs, which is certainly as steep as HO, but not near the exposure, so I handled it. I was running front and rear cams on Hogs as well.... I will post video when I can!
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    Great video. Curious as to how you mounted the gopros as the videos looked incredibly smooth compared to others mtb'ing vids I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZmuchacho View Post
    Great video. Curious as to how you mounted the gopros as the videos looked incredibly smooth compared to others mtb'ing vids I've seen.
    I use gimbals on all my cameras now.... pain in the a$$ and adds a fair amount of weight but worth the results... it's hard for me to even watch un-gimbaled video now, I've been ruined!
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