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The photographer must've really liked those legs.
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Thanks for the review spotlight, Vital! I actually had to edit the review thanks to the spotlight, to fix my embarrassingly sloppy wording.
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I love this guy.
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Ah, my mistake. I just reviewed the 22 Test Session trail bikes to confirm. Thanks for clearing that up.
Keep up the good work. I love the "easy-to-digest" format you guys use, using pics and videos in place of words when you can.
Interesting build for the Blur TRc. The Blur TRc definitely stands out from the rest of the bikes in the test sessions, but I think the unconventional build will cause some fudging with the score, with "familiarity" and "impression" points negating a lot of the niggles with the bike's personality. If I see a 5 star rating or a win, accompanied by of complaints... I don't know what to say. Maybe I'd pity the well balanced and capable bikes that have top tier performance in a wide variety of conditions, losing out to a niche bike that is outright amazing only under certain conditions.
pause at 12 seconds you see can that guy in the safety jacket telling him ________
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Looked like he had really strong neck muscles. First time I've seen someone do a handspring using the visor of their helmet and their neck, that or his clipless pedals and the forward momentum of the bike...
Hello Mavic, is wheel implosion from riding over roots covered under your warranty?
Logan is pretty fun to watch too. Easy to become a fan if you actually watch him at the races. He's more rad and wild and makes his runs look as if he's killing it. Aaron seems more mellow and bro-like, but is crazy fast, focused, and controlled. At times, it just looks like he's cruising, since it's so smooth and controlled, but his times tell another story. Both very impressive. I'm surprised the 3rd place guy is up there with them in time. I've seen his name before, but never actually watched him.
I think you guys got to meet these riders in person to properly appreciate. On this topic, I've gotta say, I've only seen Gee once, and he does some truly amazing things. His presence just exudes freakish athleticism. He seriously flies. Wish I got him on video and picked a good spot to see some of his amazing feats, like gapping sections you never knew could be gapped. Wish I knew when pros come to town, in SoCal, so I could watch them.
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Bees were made very angry in the making of this video.
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Might as well ask where to find the RockShox long travel 29er fork too. Didn't look like they tried to keep it a secret, in the 2nd vid.
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The Tallboy LTc was last year's "April Fools" from Santa Cruz
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"A new frame design? 27.546-inch wheels? Some secret enduro rider we've never heard of? The biggest April Fools joke ever?"
Thx 4 the hints.
You got my pick of the most interesting coverage on this bike. Got the clearest impression of the bike, and the most stoke, from this article than any of the others.
@1:50 Waaaaaaaaaaat was my reaction too.
Is Aaron trying to set up a Californian dream team of support/sponsors?
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That was quite an . . . amusing . . . interpretation of their OohBah design.
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^ thumbs down. If you wanted to troll, you should've just stopped after your first line. Your second one is just... LOL.
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Coincidentally, it can be said that most of that hype originated from Sam Hill's results on a DW Link Iron Horse.
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