Shouting “Wooooooohhooooooo” down big hills?
I am scarred. I somehow managed to get from one of TJ’s youtube links to some mleher doing the “do you want the moobs now” rap thingy. You just can’t unsee some things.Posted 8 years ago
I whoop on some big (for me) drops. Knee deep steep virgin powder has been known to make me holler a bit too.molgripsSubscriber
Only once did I actually properly whoop involuntarily on a downhill. Where? Why, the truly fabulous Brechfa Red, of course! To be precise, that great big chute on the final descent. Oh my word I didn’t know what to do with all that grin factor that afternoon 🙂
I kept hearing whooping noises from the forest that day – I assume it was other folk on the same bit.
As far as other noises are concerned, I am quite vocal when things get hairy. The air is pretty blue when on the very edge of control. By comparison one of my mates never says anything until he’s REALLY in trouble, so when you hear swearing you know something bad is maybe about to happen.Posted 8 years agoMOJO KMember
I have a friend who was into singing Pretenders songs when riding. Flying downhill with him in front shouting, “I’m special…Soooooo special…” always made me break up. I tend to be quiet for fear of biting my tongue off, but will stop at the bottom and clap my hands as to applaud the trailbuilder after a particularly flowy section.Posted 8 years agoHarry_the_SpiderSubscriber
If the mood takes me I shout a hearty GOOD MORNING at people irrespective of the time of day. At the bottom of a hairy descent I sometimes utter a Paxmanesque YYYERRRS too.
Took an 8 mile accidental detour in North Yorkshire a couple of years back and the valleys were filled with OHFERFUCKSAKES OHFERFUCKSAKES OHFERFUCKSAKES shouted almost constantly by one of our group until we got back to the cars.Posted 8 years ago
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