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    Whistler Video #2

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    MAn I would kill to go to whistler ....Nice vid.... I feel the need to go ride now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
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    speaks for itself

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork
    MAn I would kill to go to whistler ....Nice vid.... I feel the need to go ride now.
    This video is a testament to what you have done with NRA. I spent about 3 months training out there before this trip. Before that, I had never jumped. Thanks for all of your hard work, and for making it accessible to all skill levels. I was able to progress quickly without feeling pressed. Without NRA, this would have been a very different trip.

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    really like the vids Tisser. very impressive if you just started jumping recently. heal up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
    This video is a testament to what you have done with NRA. I spent about 3 months training out there before this trip. Before that, I had never jumped. Thanks for all of your hard work, and for making it accessible to all skill levels. I was able to progress quickly without feeling pressed. Without NRA, this would have been a very different trip.

    THANKS!
    NRA? Where, what is it? I'd like to work on some jumping skills

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
    This video is a testament to what you have done with NRA. I spent about 3 months training out there before this trip. Before that, I had never jumped. Thanks for all of your hard work, and for making it accessible to all skill levels. I was able to progress quickly without feeling pressed. Without NRA, this would have been a very different trip.

    THANKS!

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    That rock roller to the ladder looks narly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greffster
    That rock roller to the ladder looks narly!
    Its called "Managers Drop". And yes, it is a bit sketchy. It is VERY steep, but the wood comes quickly, so if you are smooth with the brakes, and maintain confidence, it is pretty easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
    if you are smooth with the brakes, and maintain confidence, it is pretty easy.
    or you could throw in a little powerslide for steeze
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    You know what, NRA was a big help for me too. Last time up there all I'd done for jumping was at Papago. NRA is more like what you hit on A-Line, Dirt Merchant etc..It really helps to be able to set up the bike and get your confidence.
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    Where is NRA?

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