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    been lookin for videos of the san antonio/austin area. anybody have any ideas? saw one of mcallister park but theres got to be more out there!

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    Here's a log ride crash from the Goodwater Trail.

    Here's one of me at a private trail.

    That's all I have loaded right now. I have video on my PC of rides at City Park, probably the Greenbelt, and the Goodwater Trail. I know that doesn't help you, though, but just thought I'd mention it.

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    The pedal masher site has some from the area. A lot of these are filmed during races at some of the local trails:

    http://pedalmasher.com/
    ***CRASH ***
    2 arms...
    2 legs...
    1 head....
    Check....
    SWEET!

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    A segment yanked from a local ride video

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Patrick
    How the forks date that video.....need to get out and make an update.

    The new additions in that place are quite photogenic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrwhlr
    How the forks date that video.....need to get out and make an update.

    The new additions in that place are quite photogenic.
    We sure as the F do. That video is over 3 years old now.

    It's tough getting rides/riders to agree to do a video.

    Filming totally blows the "ride" aspect. You have to be willing to stop, set up
    cameras, ride the feature, stop and put the equipment away before continuing
    to the next cool feature that's only another 200 feet down the trail -- where you
    stop, set up cameras, ride the feature, stop and put the equipment away before
    continuing to the next cool feature that's only another 200 feet down the trail -- where you
    stop, set up cameras, ride the feature, stop and put the equipment away before
    continuing to the next cool feature that's only another 200 feet down the trail -- where you ...

    We need to get in and do this on Sidewinder and Rattlesnake. I have 2 cameras
    now and am about to buy a third. The more cameras, the more simultaneous angles,
    the better the editing turns out.
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    If you get some videos together, either shoot them over to me and I can host them for you, or get me the URL so I can post it on my site.

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    Clear your PMs, man!


    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Patrick
    We sure as the F do. That video is over 3 years old now.

    It's tough getting rides/riders to agree to do a video.

    Filming totally blows the "ride" aspect. You have to be willing to stop, set up
    cameras, ride the feature, stop and put the equipment away before continuing
    to the next cool feature that's only another 200 feet down the trail -- where you
    stop, set up cameras, ride the feature, stop and put the equipment away before
    continuing to the next cool feature that's only another 200 feet down the trail -- where you
    stop, set up cameras, ride the feature, stop and put the equipment away before
    continuing to the next cool feature that's only another 200 feet down the trail -- where you ...

    We need to get in and do this on Sidewinder and Rattlesnake. I have 2 cameras
    now and am about to buy a third. The more cameras, the more simultaneous angles,
    the better the editing turns out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoundRockTJ

    WOW! Lots of rocks! I am so gonna hurt myself!

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