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    Quote Originally Posted by cramsay3 View Post
    So then next year? ;-)
    That's what I'm aiming for.
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    Fixie Jam

    Great video with a classic jam. Don't generally see too much personality from Chris but in this vid you actually get to see that he is human ..... sort of.


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    He went full hipster and ditched his helmet in favor of skinny jeans. Now he just needs a shoulder bag and a $8 cup of coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree magnet View Post
    He went full hipster and ditched his helmet in favor of skinny jeans. Now he just needs a shoulder bag and a $8 cup of coffee.
    That's a throwback vid, probably to his teen years. I can think of much more riskier stuff I did than ride without a helmet at that age, and I still wouldn't consider a shoulder bag or $8 cup of coffee. The dude is pure beast in some of his more current videos.

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    Anyone know where this guy is at? The video is sponsored by Mellow Johnny's, but the terrain and foliage isn't like Texas. I couldn't tell from the quick shot of his plates in the video.

    https://vimeo.com/sharptailmedia/ascend

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    That says it was shot in Vermont. So does Strava.

    I did 1 mile of Flat Creek crossing One legged and that was enough. Thank goodness for one legged drills. Much respect.

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    Created a playlist of riding FCCR stages. Would love to know whether I have 4 and 5 backwards and the actual names of them for all of you that know.

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    Watching this made my balls suck up into my stomach....Damn!!

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    No,no,no,never,no,never!

    I'm seriously leaning to right and wincing while watching that. You'd have to give me a parachute to even get close to that amount of exposure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericandrewscott View Post
    Created a playlist of riding FCCR stages. Would love to know whether I have 4 and 5 backwards and the actual names of them for all of you that know.


    If that is in fact stage 1, That whole section is part of the start of the XC race. That's probably one of my favorite section of the loop.

    One thing that is expensive or could be helpful is using garmin live segments if you have a 520 edge. It will tell you when you are about to start a segment. If you aren't running strava live in the app, you can also use the segment explorer as well. It is finicky, but I find it helpful when looking for specific trails in remote areas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Teamsloan View Post
    No,no,no,never,no,never!

    I'm seriously leaning to right and wincing while watching that. You'd have to give me a parachute to even get close to that amount of exposure.
    I'm fine with that exposure, but those rock rolls though. I definitely need a guide when I am out there because how do you pick up those lines? O_o

    possibly a full face and shoulder pads
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    Quote Originally Posted by FJsnoozer View Post
    If that is in fact stage 1, That whole section is part of the start of the XC race. That's probably one of my favorite section of the loop.

    One thing that is expensive or could be helpful is using garmin live segments if you have a 520 edge. It will tell you when you are about to start a segment. If you aren't running strava live in the app, you can also use the segment explorer as well. It is finicky, but I find it helpful when looking for specific trails in remote areas.


    I'm fine with that exposure, but those rock rolls though. I definitely need a guide when I am out there because how do you pick up those lines? O_o

    possibly a full face and shoulder pads
    Duh. Strava. Thanks for the tip. Stage 1 "Saloon" is the most pedaly, but I think a lot of people are thinking that they're cutting it for the new section at the top. Wesley put a video up of it and it's got some crazy jumps and transfers.

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    I was surprised to see that because it is quite pedaly. Maybe one day there will be an Enduro on a weekend without multiple other races I would rather ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FJsnoozer View Post
    I'm fine with that exposure, but those rock rolls though. I definitely need a guide when I am out there because how do you pick up those lines? O_o

    possibly a full face and shoulder pads
    3:28 I start furiously back pedaling my feet and leaning back in my office chair. My hands are sweaty.

    I used to rock climb and be fine with this stuff in college. For some reason even GoPro footage gives me vertigo now. I blame the responsibility of fatherhood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yosmithy View Post
    Watching this made my balls suck up into my stomach....Damn!!

    Haha, I watched that this morning. I love Seth.

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