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    Whizzla biatches!

    I had the pleasure of traveling to Whistler for the first time with some great people. I kow you all know who they are; Carmen, Lynette, Kathleen, Richard, Michael, Dana, Scott, Bisera, and Lee.

    The trip of a lifetime...until next year . I unfortunately do not have much in the way of photos to share, but I do have about 12 hours of video to edit.

    This first in the series spotlights a few flying chicks. It was all I could do to keep up . Enjoy and look for more videos coming real soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
    I had the pleasure of traveling to Whistler for the first time with some great people. I kow you all know who they are; Carmen, Lynette, Kathleen, Richard, Michael, Dana, Scott, Bisera, and Lee.

    The trip of a lifetime...until next year . I unfortunately do not have much in the way of photos to share, but I do have about 12 hours of video to edit.

    This first in the series spotlights a few flying chicks. It was all I could do to keep up . Enjoy and look for more videos coming real soon...

    Great video Tisser, that run looked like alot of good flowing fast fun.
    And great save on the almost "loop out" on the last jump , it did not look like you were going to gather it back up, ----but you did ..

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    Wow!!!

    Awesome stuff!!! Thanks for sharing. It was all good for me until that big drop.... that looked big on the video, musta been huge in real life.

    Keep 'em coming...

    thanks,
    bobo

    PS Not exactly 5-spot terrain eh?

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    wicked good

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    Awesome! what cam was this shot with?
    "Its like Church to me, Like Church is, what it is for other people"

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    Quote Originally Posted by RidingRiot
    Awesome! what cam was this shot with?

    VIO POV
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelstr
    Great video Tisser, that run looked like alot of good flowing fast fun.
    And great save on the almost "loop out" on the last jump , it did not look like you were going to gather it back up, ----but you did ..
    I didn't the first time
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    Oh yeah! Nice save at the end for sure..Also cool hearing some JXL stuff
    Desert Sunset Calls/Upward, Pain, Perseverance/Welcome Solitude

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    It was an awesome trip definitely had some withdrawal this morning...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
    VIO POV
    cool thanks
    "Its like Church to me, Like Church is, what it is for other people"

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    Great job Brandon!
    More, please!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supermoto
    Great job Brandon!
    More, please!!
    Have you posted up your shoulder xray to MTBR yet? Sniff sniff... so sorry you had to sit this trip out while the rest of us had so much fun on the trails.

    Brandon - I love that video! I hope to be one of the crazy flying biatches next year on the right bike... I had a grand time but definitely had the wrong tool for the job. I'm stubborn, but I'm not stupid! You and RJ were amazing for FR newbies. Way to go at givin er in the park and on the NS skinnies.

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