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Old 03-14-20, 07:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Rajflyboy View Post
Some good video mtb folks out there
Thanks for bringing this up - mtb content on YouTube seems to be strikingly better made, well thought out, and more varied than road content. Compared to mtb, and apart from GCN, what precious little (relatively speaking) good road content tends to be a little harder to find, more straightforward, minimally edited, and rarely deviates from the standard "downhill run with friends" format. Road content feels as though it's geared (no pun intended) primarily towards the creators' inner circles and - just barely - other like minded, hardcore roadies, whereas most mtb content creators seem keen to cater to the broadest possible audience, even to those who don't mtb or have no interest in mtb-ing.

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