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Woo! A third of the rider list is from Aptos. R-Dog,KJ and Herbs. Go get 'em and have fun. Can't wait for coverage.
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Man, such a smooth and precise style. I look foreword to more.
Was that an auto follow copter?
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I don't know if it was your intent, but that was the best sponsor video ever made. And you poor dude, we have scooter rats to contend with over here in the states, but you've got to deal with Big Wheels in yours. Man.
Excellent. Thank you Sirs.
Bad ass. I too roll my own.
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So is Cam McCall the mayor of Virgin? It seems like every new vid that comes out of there has a little bit of cam love at the end.
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Another fine one Locs. But I have one problem. He lost the bright clothes, check. But then he gets on that bike? No.
I was hoping to see him hit that skinny. C'mon, ya can't feature it in the intro and then not show it ridden.
In the product test they claim to have tested it in a mud bath...
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A La Santa Cruz.
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I don't know the answer, but I have the same question. I always assumed that since he had just signed to Specialized, their lawyers said no.
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That circle berm is rad. Sometimes it's the features other than the jumps that make a set of trails special and unique.
It looked like Butterman had some trouble keeping up at times. I tried to fast foreword the video ten years so that I could see him dominating the freestyle world, but it didn't work. Hey Vital, get your techs on that.
I dig how the squealing brakes sound like car honking as they go past.
I loved the slow POV rag doll bit at the end. Been there.
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Where were the wicked kick outs?
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Nice mellow film and that kid has some style in him.
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I got all excited at the title and the first sentences mention of downhill biking. What if they built a man size flowy jump trail, optimized for video, leading into the contest site from above. The world could watch on the big screen as they flowed and boosted through the woods then pop out into view, perhaps off a big drop out of the trees. Then do their style run. Two score that add up? Maybe that's the evolution of speed and style? It could be the evolution of something.