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Old 06-06-03, 09:27 AM   #1
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Talk about single track ...

... check this little vid out. Not my work but the ST is sweet. Best if you right click and save before viewing. About a 5 min download.

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wow, where is this? Im guessing by the lack of trees, roots, mud and logs, no where around here.
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South Mountain, I believe, in Phoenix, AZ. I am not sure when he shot the footage and I have not spoken to the guy other then to get the vid so I am not positive about the local.

When I get a diefinite answer I shall let you know.

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Sure looks like peter fagerlin and his video styling
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Man, I blew it up to full screen, and I thought I was riding!!!

Really cool stuff - thanX for posting!
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Peter Fagerlin rocks!

Dude that is an awesome trail. I love the Pacific NW, but I guess I'll have to travel to find trails like that.
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Peter Fagerlin rocks!

Dude that is an awesome trail. I love the Pacific NW, but I guess I'll have to travel to find trails like that.
I agree Peter does make some rocking vids..

Although that trail doesn't look like the PNW, more midwestish
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The vid is from Eagle's Peak, CO. One of his latest. I just watched the one they made from Gooseberry, UT. That one looks like fun.


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check out pedalmasher.com lots of TX video. some wold even say we have SOME, not most, of the most difficult riding in the US btw the comfort race is deceptive. the elevation changes are much more drastic than the video leads on.
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Dude!!!! Where can I get those on DVD? Does this Fagerlin fella make more videos like that? That's what a mtn bike video should be like. Watching one of those would make my winter indoor training a lot more bearable.
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Dude!!!! Where can I get those on DVD? Does this Fagerlin fella make more videos like that? That's what a mtn bike video should be like. Watching one of those would make my winter indoor training a lot more bearable.
I don't think he offers any DVD's...yet, but he probably could sell them. In the meantime, here is his site:

www.peterfagerlin.com

Mael, I knew it wasn't the pacific NW. I meant to find riding like that I would have to travel outside the PNW.
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Ahhh yes...that would be true with our trees and rainforests in the way ...(sorry about not understanding you )
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check out pedalmasher.com lots of TX video. some wold even say we have SOME, not most, of the most difficult riding in the US btw the comfort race is deceptive. the elevation changes are much more drastic than the video leads on.
Yea! and i'm even in some of those. jay's a cool guy too.
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