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    Trail Woman...riding pics.

    I thought it might be a while till I get another video edited and uploaded so here's a few pics from a rip last Saturday. I'll likely add more pics to the thread from future rides...
    And we're off!
    Me on TW jump1.jpg
    Where do we go now?
    Me on TW.jpg
    Working on wheelies on the sawdust pile.
    ME TW wheelie1.jpg
    More Wheelies...
    ME TW wheelie.jpg
    And more wheelies
    ME TW wheelie2.jpg
    Bottoming out on the whoops...yeah I could use a suspension upgrade.
    Me on TW whopps 0.jpg
    Getting air on whoops.
    Me on TW whopps 1.jpg
    Ripping into a pit.
    Me on TW2.jpg
    Bouncing around.
    Me on TW jump.jpg
    Another great day of riding!
    Me on TW1.jpg

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    Nice pics and great terrain for honing skills. Thanks for sharing, now get a shock or a spring ;P

    BTW, you were right. I went to a 241 with a Terracross rear and it is amazing. Good stuff.
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    This picture, particularly the helmet, reminded me of you're old avatar as I see you have a new one now. Very cool jumping. Like I said before, your skills are way above mine.

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    Thanks!

    Yeah the profile animation I made. I might bring it back sometime...just felt like time for a change.

    Glad to hear the new treads are serving you well...it's a great upgrade.

    I would be doing more tight single track but it's tick season here now and my wrist does better when the jarring is more predictable and I can use my legs to reduce upper body strain. Who am I kidding if it weren't for ticks I'd be in the woods more anyways. This is a great place to practive wheelies and pivot turns. I'm not ready to work on pivot turns quite yet. I tried them before my injury and they were a bit strenuous then.
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    Trail Woman...riding pics.

    You know what else this post teaches me?

    I need a photographer so I can get a better profile pic of in-action riding. The one I use now shows my bad side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sthrnromr View Post
    You know what else this post teaches me?

    I need a photographer so I can get a better profile pic of in-action riding. The one I use now shows my bad side.
    Yeah you can't quite capture the moment in picture (better or worse) but sometimes you come close. I grabbed these from another helmet cam's video frames. The quality was surprising from a helmet cam and I polished them up in photoshop.

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    Cool. Got a little Evel Knievel in ya, huh?
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    Great pics ! Careful and don't bruise your elbow or get sand rash
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAG View Post
    Great pics ! Careful and don't bruise your elbow or get sand rash
    Thanks. No worries. Sawdust won't do either. It's like a foam pit....but otherwise I do take the risks seriously.

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    Nicely done Trail Woman!!
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