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    watch "UNAFFILIATED" online- a vid i made in 2004

    here's a 12 minute, short bike flic that i made back in 2004, hosted on a friend's website, kidinthecorner, check it:

    UNAFFILIATED

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    So that's what DH looked like in the 50's???
    Hardtail downhill
    https://youtu.be/sXhWDoz7_CM
    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    tresspassing, thievery and poaching is all part of a DH'ers life

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    no doubt that movie was made like 4 years ago, back when fenders were still cool

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    good stuff

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    I wish I had trails that fast with those small to med high speed drops!!!! Nice vid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #1ORBUST
    So that's what DH looked like in the 04's???

    you were still on training wheels getting your azz wiped by your mom when this video was made...not much has changed, except that you got rid of the training wheels.

    sincerly,
    pwned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriracha
    you were still on training wheels getting your azz wiped by your mom when this video was made...not much has changed, except that you got rid of the training wheels.

    sincerly,
    pwned.
    You know me to well Jackalope.

    I love the last part with the surf rock.
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    Hardtail downhill
    https://youtu.be/sXhWDoz7_CM
    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    tresspassing, thievery and poaching is all part of a DH'ers life

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    gotta love the helmet cam footage, good stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demodude
    I wish I had trails that fast with those small to med high speed drops!!!! Nice vid.

    all it takes is some motivation, some PBR, some shovels, adz, rakes and a gang of fools.

    all those trails started as underground creations, but eventually got adopted by the proper authorities.


    thanks for the comments. glad you guys liked it. the vid's a little dated, especially by today's standards, but i still like it.

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    That was sick! Those trails look really fun.

    -Nate

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    Nice

    Looks like it was shot with at least a pro-sumer level camera, like a GL-1 or XL-1 or maybe even one of those fancy Sony jobs with 24p.

    Nice camera work (I'm not a big fan of the "rap-music-in-mt. bike-video's" thing mostly 'cause sometimes I just don't think the music fits the footage as well as some other types of music)

    Are any of the spots in the vid still rideable? Looks like the "wilderness" folks are closing down a lot of the trails in your area.

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    lovin the music, and the trail/riding. Looks like an awesome trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by General Havoc
    Looks like it was shot with at least a pro-sumer level camera, like a GL-1 or XL-1 or maybe even one of those fancy Sony jobs with 24p.

    i shot with a Sony dvr950 3-chip. edited on final cut pro.

    shooting at sunrise, during the "golden hour", makes all the difference.

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