bc_hills wrote:If you've got 27 minutes to spare, this will get you motivated...
I love how the dude about 3:40 in loads the front end pre turn and transfers to the rear cornering porpoise effect.
dude is on it
watch and learn roadies
bc_hills wrote:They make it look easy. A lot of the camera angles don't do justice to how steep some of those lines are.
My favorite sound in the world is the sound of a full suspension bike absorbing a hit. It sounds like it feels, and I don't think there's a word for that.
And Miranda Miller does absolutely kill it. Since moving to BC I've been left in the dust by more women on mtbs than I can count.
speaking of skills
bc_hills wrote:yeah, that's just so beyond anything I can relate to doing on my bike I can't even think about it. It's amazing how much bmx riding has influenced mtb...
Boeing wrote:BC check out Wayne Goss in this clip from NWD 10 this dude flat out rips the rippers
specifically the sequence about 1:50 in. his total commitment to the front end is just beyond comprehension especially at that speed
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