A video of Brian the Border and myself riding around Gisburn
I was intending on going back and doing the start and end but just wanted to get it finished today. The pup was suffering by the end and I was glad that I bailed to get him patched up. It was a cracking day out tho but a little too warm and dry for the dog.
I'll try harder on the next one..
thanks for the comments thoPosted 7 years ago
Woody, Brian is two years old this month, we started taking him running/jogging and now biking since he was a year old.
Innes, My worst fear was running my own dog over, so when Brian and I went out on our first ride together I would deliberately touch him with the front wheel so he now stays behind the rear wheel or takes off in front.
John, it did indeed take me a while but the hardest part was choosing the backing tracks!
cheers for the commentsPosted 7 years agotony_mMember
Excellent stuff Scott! I love the way Brian waits for you to go by at the top of The Staircase, and then hangs back behind you on the sandy climb. Also superb choice of camera angle on the zig-zags at 4:32. I suppose now we're going to have to start calling you "Spielberg" on dig-days… 😉
Woody – Member
Like that and I think mtb vids always seem better with a chilled backing track – much better vibe.
Couldn't agree more on the vibe thing! It also makes a pleasant change to be able to hear a bit of the ambient sound rather than just some rad-to-teh-power-of-sick dood's choice of thrash-hip-gangsta-hop cacophony. Then again, maybe it's just my age… 8)Posted 7 years agoDracSubscriber
Nice little Video and homage to Borders mine loved to follow us on the bikes. If we adopt Jake he'll be taught to follow bikes too.
"Brian and I", surely?
I hope you've corrected hollwood for their film titles too. It's a title of a movie so can be anything the creator decides.Posted 7 years ago
Brian will run and run and then run a little more. The GF and I take him out a few times a week jogging and he keeps up no problem. I try and keep the rides to less than 2hrs as he starts to flag a little but after a short rest, 5minutes, he's up and running again.
Tony, I think I'll be needing a directors chair at the next dig and Brian will be more than happy to sign autographs lol
cheers for the kind words guysPosted 7 years ago
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