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    Crankworx Colorado Pics....

    Finally getting around to posting Crankworx Colorado pics on my site. Stop by and check them out. The event went off....

    http://hefelphotography.com/

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    looks sweet but was that drop really 35ft it looks more like 15-20

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    Awesome pic's Cam is a great person as well as a awesome rider.
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    Great shots!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coley
    looks sweet but was that drop really 35ft it looks more like 15-20

    That drop was all of 35ft in person. Pics do it no justice.

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    Nice pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBX5
    That drop was all of 35ft in person. Pics do it no justice.
    Still something that I would love to try if I had Med. Ins.!
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    That's not Carter Holland on the quarterpipe... it's Denver local bmx freestyle hero Yella... Dude broke both ankles and dislocated his wrist on a decade air attempt in big air...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBX5
    That drop was all of 35ft in person. Pics do it no justice.
    Nah - maybe 18-20' to the lip of the tranny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lagarto grande
    Nah - maybe 18-20' to the lip of the tranny.
    I dropped it to flat at 68'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    I dropped it to flat at 68'.
    Hucks to flatzors rawk! Will yur bike stand up to 69 feat to flat? i wont to kno cuz im lookin for a new sled n my bike now says it is not made for stunt tipe ridding.
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    very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lagarto grande
    Hucks to flatzors rawk! Will yur bike stand up to 69 feat to flat? i wont to kno cuz im lookin for a new sled n my bike now says it is not made for stunt tipe ridding.
    8.5 pound Knolly hardtail frame. You could drop an M1 Tank on it from 68' and it wouldn't even scratch the paint. I threw it at Superman and Superman bled. Who needs kryptonite when you're sporting 8+ pounds of Free Radical! Bi<i></i>tches!
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    Quote Originally Posted by YetiTrailRider
    Finally getting around to posting Crankworx Colorado pics on my site. Stop by and check them out. The event went off....

    http://hefelphotography.com/

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    Beautiful pics!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    8+ pounds of Free Radical! Bi<i></i>tches!
    http://www.bestjuicers.com/free_radical_article.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    Beautiful pics!
    I like this one too:

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    Yella's real name

    Hey Joel - Scott here, I know we have met a few times at WP but usually with helmets and pads on. Anyway,Could you get me his real name so I can give credit where credit is due.

    Also wondering how your hand is?

    Thanks man

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    Lookin good.

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    Nice pics.
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    Very nice photos, great action shots. Nice gallery overall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YetiTrailRider
    Hey Joel - Scott here, I know we have met a few times at WP but usually with helmets and pads on. Anyway,Could you get me his real name so I can give credit where credit is due.

    Also wondering how your hand is?

    Thanks man

    His name is Brain Gavagan I believe... My thumb is broken pretty bad. I had surgery to put 3 pins in it last week. 4-6 weeks is what I was told, but this morning I rode the downhill and the small jump line in the slopestyle park. I switched from my P-1 hardtail (untill my thumb gets better) and am rocking a Kona Stab with a single crown fork, no front brake... Holler at me if you see me on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    I like this one too:

    I talked to the owner of this bike in the parking lot while I was getting geared up. Bike looked mean, nice guy. He said it beats the crap out of you on the way down, but I guess that's to be expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rep_1969
    I talked to the owner of this bike in the parking lot while I was getting geared up. Bike looked mean, nice guy. He said it beats the crap out of you on the way down, but I guess that's to be expected.
    I think I met you, as I was riding with Don (DWF) that whole weekend - I was riding my Demo 8. It's funny how many people I meet that I already "know" from the forums, I met another just last night at the Countyline BMX track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rep_1969
    I talked to the owner of this bike in the parking lot while I was getting geared up. Bike looked mean, nice guy. He said it beats the crap out of you on the way down, but I guess that's to be expected.
    I remember that. Good to meet you. You going to Telluride?

    To be fair to the Knolly, there ain't no HT in the world that won't beat the crap out you on a DH course taken at speed. Angel Fire was hell, after all the practice and race runs I felt like I'd picked a fight with Chuck Norris and held on just long enough to get a good ass kicking. Snowmass and its mogul sized braking bumps made it really hard to hold onto a line and the pedals. Crested Butte and Crankworks were perfect for it. The bike is held back by a lack of skill on my part and I still haven't done a run where I felt the bike was the limiting factor. Making it a little harder, yes, but still my limits and not the bikes. I can't wait to see how it works at Telluride. I have a Knolly V-Tach as a backup for the DH...just in case...but I promised myself I wouldn't DH a dually until I podiumed on the HT. Just one podium is all I ask for...please...

    Here's the obligatory Knolly AF pic...

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