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Old 10-29-11, 07:15 AM   #1
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Mountain Bike Angles & Perspectives Contour GPS Video with multiple mount scenes

Rode a new trail to me yesterday. Cove Hollow near Cedar Lake South of Carbondale, IL Beautiful crisp fall day with amazing colors. This area is know for its high rattlesnake and copperhead population, so I have not been a fan, but I figured they would be stiff and slow with the cool air and gave it a go.

This is my first video experimenting with camera angles. I think it turned out pretty good. Watch it all the way through as near the end there is a clip of me from up through the bike. (if you have trouble loading, click on the HD in the bottom right corner and watch in regular format)

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nice,the music fits too.
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Very nice! Love the different camera angles! I like your taste in music too.

My mountain bike is down due to mechanical problems yet again. This time the chain sags when I coast, so there's probably something wrong with the freehub. I also need to replace the chain and cassette. This is why I hate buying used bikes!
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