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    47 Alaskan miles

    47 trail and 40 road miles under an unbroken bluebird sky this last sunday. Featuring a tw and a bw350 travelling through 4 valleys in the talkeetna mountains through oodles of wildflower meadows, crystal clear streams, white granite sand, and spruce forests. Felt pretty worked by the timeI got home. Shot with a gopro. Edited with Videopad.


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    So many of the GoPro videos out there are just plain tedious, but yours are a real treat!

    Looks like you guys are really making the most of riding season up there in the frigid North.

    Those underwater shots are just over the top, and the BW wheelies are giving me and the dub displacement envy!

    Thanks for another great vid, keep em coming!
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    Glad you liked it. Were having the best summer in like 40 years. 75 degrees and sunny every day. Its like heaven.

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    Another awesome video! Beautiful scenery to go along with the TW and BW fun. Someday I hope to ride to Alaska. I know it takes time and effort and some creative genius to shoot and edit a video like that. Thanks, I really enjoyed watching it.
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    Tiny Wheel,

    You surely do live in a beautiful place. Excellent videography - are you a pro? Like DonBenito said, the underwater shots are awesome - especially with the crystal clear water and the bubbles.

    What version of Go Pro are you using?

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    Its a hero 2. I have a hero one and its basically the same quality. It really makes filming pretty simple. Its mounted on a boom that eliminates all of the jiggling you see in most sports videos. Fairly straight forward setup. With that setup and the scenery and sunshine were going through its actually pretty hard to shoot bad film. I was going quite a bit slower and safer than normal in this video on account of I kept bottoming out with that banshee shock I put on. I either need to lose a lot of weight, ride on the tank, or put back on the stock tw shock.

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    Great video as always! makes me want to load up and head up there for a days riding!! you are lucky to have such a nice back yard!

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    Great job! fun to watch. Nothing more fun the exploring valleys and crossing streams.
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    Beautiful, thanks for sharing.

    Inspiration to get out and enjoy the Blue Ridge Mountains next weekend.

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    Awesome video!

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