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    Palmer Park Video Stoke (x-post from CO FR)

    Here's some video that we shot on Sunday playing around in Palmer Park. Thanks to Jaydude for most of the camera skills (all of the scenes that don't have my knees filling the bottom of the frame) and all of the editing skills (this time HD is available). It's been fun playing around with the Go-Pro!

    Part 1


    from Jaydude on Vimeo.

    Part 2


    from Jaydude on Vimeo.

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    A couple of great videos. I was trying to pick out the line you guys were riding and more than once I was wrong, nice riding.

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    Wow. Dry trails in CO in March..... and dry fun looking trails. I really enjoyed that. Wish I was riding it.
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    Yeah K-man, that was great. Really makes me miss Palmer Park

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob
    Wow. Dry trails in CO in March..... and dry fun looking trails. I really enjoyed that. Wish I was riding it.
    Shhhh.....only cold and snow in Colorado......

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    Nice work there man.

    Was that a chest mount on the go pro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Mac
    Nice work there man.

    Was that a chest mount on the go pro?
    Thanks guys, but Jaydude deserves the credit (well, all the credit except for that of my eccentric line choices).

    The first section of the first video was a handlebar mount for the camera, and the rest of the first and all of the second were chest mount. I like the chest mount best because it kinda has the feel of actually being on the bike when you watch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristian
    Thanks guys, but Jaydude deserves the credit (well, all the credit except for that of my eccentric line choices).
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    WWKD! Sounds like people are picking up on your sweet line choices KMan. I want to say I was schooled riding behind you that day.

    And the chesty is the $hit!

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