4/8/2011 7:32 AM
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South Africa World Cup Helmet Cam with Peat and Minnaar
2011 Sea Otter DH Shredding
How to Win a Cane Creek AngleSet at Sea Otter
Win a Cane Creek AngleSet at Sea Otter
2011 Sea Otter DH Track Helmet Cam
Shelter Frame Protection Tape
Bike Check: Sam Dale's Sunn Radical
Sea Otter Guinea Pig
17 Questions + 1: Sorge, Buehler and Hunter
Port Angeles Day 1 Ghedit
Pointers: Number Plate Installation
Quizzed: Duncan Riffle vs Andrew Neethling
Dan Atherton Back on the Bike
Sam Hill, 3 Minute Gaps Behind the Scenes
Extreme Thing Dirt Jump Contest
Port Angeles Fun with Riffle, Strobel and Sternberg
Pointers: Hippie Bike Wash
Ken Block's Rally Crash
3 Minute Gaps Trailer: Aaron Gwin
JRA: Eric Lawrenuk
2011 Pietermaritzburg World Cup Downhill
Cam and Tyler McCaul Fox edit
Steve Peat's Steel City DH Race
Pointers: Project Un-Stink
Neu-Flip - Full bike kickflip
JRA: Jeff Lenosky
ZERODE G-1 in action
4/9/2011 4:34 AM
bring on permanent rider numbers like in mx, then have a numberplate all year. THAT'S factory!
4/8/2011 3:25 PM
If you want to be factory / joey pro (like KEV-AIR) you gotta undo your brake lines and run them through the hole without cutting and patching your plate. Save your vital sticker to fix a cracked visor. Happy shredding!
4/8/2011 1:53 PM
I have been looking at punching longer oval holes and using Velcro cable ties. It turns out that type of hole punch costs significantly more.
4/8/2011 11:14 AM
Shortly after this video ended Matti's plate flew off and blinded him resulting in a double femur fracture to both legs. Maybe 2012 Matti.
4/8/2011 10:20 AM
hook it up with some stickers and ill put them on my plate
4/8/2011 9:28 AM
yeah krispy! gold suggestion right there.
4/8/2011 9:24 AM
Bring clear packing tape to the races just in case your ghetto ass race promoter tosses you a paper plate! Clearcoat the crap out of it before it turns to toilet paper.
4/8/2011 8:33 AM
Large fingernail clippers are the best for cutting zip ties, leaves nice, smooth edges as they cut with a rounded profile. Well now, that is my contribution.