I'm not the most exciting rider to look at, but I've been having fun shooting self portraits. I got myself a $100 radio (as opposed to IR so it doesn't need a direct line of site from remote to receiver) remote/receiver combo on B&H a few years ago. I just tape my remote under my grip where I can press the trigger with my thumb.
I got it as a frame, and I converted my float ctd that I already had to a DPS. I also already had a 34 150mm, so I got the retro air assembly and raised it to 160.
What do you mean? What's wrong with the Float 34?
It's a big sheet that I get printed at the print shop; for this one I got a 46"x32" sheet. Afterwards, it's just measuring each tube/stay on the bike and cutting.
That backflip off the highway barrier…
There are some Manfrotto fluid heads with legs for about $300
When you find out you and a friend have the same bike but his is 63 grams lighter
Wishing you a speedy recovery Mark. Hope to see you back on the trails soon!
When you and your buddy try a full-suspension bike for the first time
Captioning just for fun:
Getting back up after crashing with style
Dat Bas. Great riding as usual!
Sweet photos, and a great read as always, Morgan!
Definitely. Crazy to think I was still learning how to read when it came out, and those guys are still have the spark it all these years later.
Compare every mountain bike movie to Life Cycles.
Waving ferns in front of your lens is an accurate respresentation