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  • Bernard Kerr’s Red Bull Hardline Course Preview
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    Head down the Red Bull Hardline course with Bernard Kerr to see what it looks like this year. There have been a few changes but it looks as wild as ever…

    See the full story at: https://singletrackworld.com/2021/07/bernard-kerrs-red-bull-hardline-course-preview/

    Premier Icon yoshimi
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    Whas the really Bernard or was it a drone…so incredibly smooth

    Premier Icon scc999
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    And he just sounds so calm!

    Premier Icon brakestoomuch
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    Hell’s teeth! Normally, POV footage doesn’t do the track justice, but the shadows and the long periods of silence over the jumps were telling.

    Premier Icon twonks
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    Probably a Hero 9 so it will have smoothed the ride out somewhat.

    Can tell from his oofs and the bikes clunks that it is nasty.

    Great riding though, so much ability and belief in his bike that it will get through.

    Premier Icon nickc
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    well, there’s what I do, and there’s what these guys do…I’m not convinced it’s the same sport really!

    Premier Icon grahamt1980
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    Ignoring the drops and jumps, there is a lot there that looks challenging to walk down

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Is this the same sport?

    Premier Icon kingofthetoys
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    Madness! Fair play to anyone riding that

    Premier Icon Gribs
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    The track walk on his own channel really shows quite how big some of the features are.

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