First attempt at a self-filmed little movie from Woburn today…
My first attempt at a little self-filming. It’s very rare I’m out during the week so I thought I’d take advantage of the empty trails.
*Warning* over-biked, wok-smuggling, extreme jey-core in evidence. In its favour it’s very short…
[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLz_XzjrBTo[/video]Posted 6 years ago
I would never have recognised the empire strikes back, weird
Certainly shows how the video flattens stuff
I know! It wasn’t my aim to film myself today but after I did that first roll-down with the root drop a voice in my head said “I did that perfectly, pity no one was here to see it”, then I realised I had my phone in my pocket so I thought I’d have a go at filming it. Of course when I did it looked like the simplest bit of trail in the world!
How the hell were you ‘over biked’?
I thought I’d get in the digs myself before anyone else did 🙂 I’m sure I remember someone, who may or may not have already posted in this thread, saying they cycle all of Woburn on a cross bike and questioning whether full-suss bikes were responsible for the development of braking bumps on his favourite “climb”. 😀Posted 6 years ago
why else would you be wearing elbow warmers?
Like I said it was a very spontaneous thing to start filming. If I’d set out to film myself and I might have remembered to take the Camelbak and pads off. If you’re asking why I wear the elbow pads it’s because the three times I’ve come off the bike seriously I’ve gashed my elbow, therefore I wear elbow pads now. Everyone else seems to wear knee pads but I’ve never hurt my knees. Maybe I’m falling off wrong.Posted 6 years ago
all of woburn? interesting
Wonder if that was me?
I certainly ride my crosser on everything ‘I could’ ride my MTB on. But Tony knows how and what I ride.
It does flatten it though, I had to think twice about riding my crosser down there.
Bump stops? I know I moan about people digging on the natural trails.Posted 6 years ago
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