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    ... and if we just ... old Klein @ OId Pueblo

    I'm looking for pictures of that guy on an old Klein SS that raced the 24 hours at the Old Pueblo.

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    Yo....

    Was it a bright fade to pink, rigid fork and he was wearing a clasic Klien jersey? If so that would be my team mate Eric the Red. Watch this video clip and tell me if it looks like him
    http://www.mountainbikebill.com/videos/24NTOP-Web.mpg

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    Now THAT was cool.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2PAAD
    Was it a bright fade to pink, rigid fork and he was wearing a clasic Klien jersey? If so that would be my team mate Eric the Red. Watch this video clip and tell me if it looks like him
    http://www.mountainbikebill.com/videos/24NTOP-Web.mpg

    Eric

    It took forever to load, but that was a very well put-together video. Excellent! I could almost feel the rocks under my tires! Love that last bit, at speed. I really want a helmet cam... I'd wear it at every race.

    Thanks!
    -Porkchop

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBnJ
    I really want a helmet cam... I'd wear it at every race.

    Thanks!
    I was planning on wearing the helmet cam for a a lap or two, but the weeble-wooble factor of the weight on the helmet (even when properly counterweighted) can nag on your neck after a few hours of trail riding. Going all out at race pace certainly brings on the nagging on a lot quicker. Now if you have the lipstick camera setup it would hardly be noticed.



    Bill "Bobblehead" Porter

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    Hmmm...

    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbill
    Now if you have the lipstick camera setup it would hardly be noticed.


    Bill "Bobblehead" Porter
    I see the details for the lipstick cam setup on your webpage... why on earth would you ever choose the "bobble-head" setup? What's the advantage? The tiny camera on top and the 'corder in the Camelbak seems like the perfect scenario.
    Last edited by PBnJ; 02-22-2004 at 12:54 PM.
    -Porkchop

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    New question here. Man, I look gooood! (do I get the ENO)

    Anyone see the before, during and after pics in Bike during a 24 race?
    Did we look like that?

    I'm working on my new SSFS. Iv'e got the frame, fork and shock. Front wheel, brakes, post, saddle, stem, grips, handlebar, tires, tubes.

    Do I get an ENO or a tensioner and a hub?

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    Well, If I am right...

    Quote Originally Posted by PBnJ
    I see the details for the lipstick cam setup on your webpage... why on earth would you ever choose the "bobble-head" setup? What's the advantage? The tiny camera on top and the 'corder in the Camelbak seems like the perfect scenario.
    I think the difference is resolution.....big difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBnJ
    I see the details for the lipstick cam setup on your webpage... why on earth would you ever choose the "bobble-head" setup? What's the advantage? The tiny camera on top and the 'corder in the Camelbak seems like the perfect scenario.
    The difference in quality is huge. The helmet mounted camcorder setup lets you use the much larger and better optics of the camcorder as well as allowing you to get some image stabilization. No wires going into your pack to the camcorder either. The downside is the weight on your melon but you get used to it.

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