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    Look what I did today!

    I did this drop today... wow its big! https://photobucket.com/albums/v460/...=index2php.jpg

    I did it on my friends v10! Wow, that bike rocks!!

    I dont have any pictures, just a video some stranger took. So, I will probably never see it.
    Here is a picture of my friend doing it at some earlier time! https://photobucket.com/albums/v460/..._2433small.jpg
    If you're not living on the edge you're taking up to much space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haromtnbiker
    I did this drop today... wow its big! https://photobucket.com/albums/v460/...=index2php.jpg

    I did it on my friends v10! Wow, that bike rocks!!

    I dont have any pictures, just a video some stranger took. So, I will probably never see it.
    Here is a picture of my friend doing it at some earlier time! https://photobucket.com/albums/v460/..._2433small.jpg
    why not on the haro?
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    Cause its a pretty damn big drop, and the guy offered to let me do it on the v10.



    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm............ v10 or haro?




    Thats a tough choice!
    If you're not living on the edge you're taking up to much space.

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    Yeah but I always like the feel of what I'm used to. Good stuff are there any better angled picks, its hard to see whats going on there.

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    cool that's a pretty good sized drop...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobsterCraw
    Yeah but I always like the feel of what I'm used to. Good stuff are there any better angled picks, its hard to see whats going on there.

    Well, I took the v10 over a set of small dirt jumps to get used to it!

    Here is another angle shot of somebody jumpin it: http://photobucket.com/albums/v460/d...t=index333.jpg You land just past the pallet)
    If you're not living on the edge you're taking up to much space.

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    sure......
    don't do anything else but ride bicycles..I'm a very complex individual

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    Nice thats big, looks like a fun setup
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    sick...

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    wow...that is impressive
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    I got some other pics of it somewhere from different angles. I'll try an find them real quick.

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    alright here are some others of it.








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    sick drop man pretty dam bigg also. llooks like alot of fun. do u think you could do it on ur haro?

    maybe u can help me out with this, when u come up to a drop/gap like that what goes through ur head? how do u know the right amount of speed? thats what im always afraid of when doing drop gaps of larger sizes.
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    Well for me it definitly helps to see someone do it before hand because then I know how much speed I need and things like that. Also on something like that its probably better to overshoot it a little rather then coming up short and casing it hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman
    Well for me it definitly helps to see someone do it before hand because then I know how much speed I need and things like that. Also on something like that its probably better to overshoot it a little rather then coming up short and casing it hard.

    Maybe on some drops, but not that one. The tranny is just over a bike length long so overshooting turns it into 'bout a fifteen footer to flat!

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    Which I happen to see somebody overshot it, land to flat and blow out his rear tire. Sadly, he was the first rider in a train of the drop, therefore he got run over.

    Hes okay now.



    About speed: I did watch some people hit it first, and I did a run up about 4 times or so. Then I said "Just fvck and and huck it"!!!
    If you're not living on the edge you're taking up to much space.

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