Sequence Saturday 51

Feb 9, 2013
by Ian Hylands  
 
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We haven't had many crash sequences for Sequence Saturday, and when I saw this one of Luke Griffiths on Tyler's profile I knew we had to run it. There is a lot to see when you can go through a crash like this frame by frame, and hopefully there is something to learn from it.

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Photo sequence by Eyesdown Films

Evoc Team Enduro 16L


The Pinkbike user with the best endorsement of protective gear wins a Evoc Freeride Enduro 16L team pack.



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379 Comments

  • + 236
 First sequence for me, that i can actually do=D
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 I hope the demo is okay.
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 are you sure? there are some really advanced yoga positions. but yes, this looks much more like my riding skills, than other saturday sequences
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 Luke Griffiths knew he was being photograpghed by Eyesdown Films and so decided to show them his best Eyesdown pose.
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 number 3 DEVIL FINGER !!!!!! haha love it
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 he literally ate shit!
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 This is me!!!! Pretty chuffed im so famous for EATING SHIT! Literally had to spit rocks and dirt out when I woke up.
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 Photo 1 looks like a mx start gate pose!!Smile
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 Smile me too, think I have done that one a couple of times
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 Im pretty sure he bought a pair of gloves after this Smile
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 There is a dirt dart for you!
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 Get this man some gloves!
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 What the fup is his leg doing in photo 5? Gnarly!
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 Yeah,could've break his ligaments.Nasty!
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 Looks like the bikes riding him good and hard
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 Glad you are ok. You have proven the worth of a full face helmet and neck brace... Not to mention the googles.
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 WOW! that is a crazy crash
his face was in the dirt for 3 whole frames!!!!
well the photographer was "eyes down films"... no coincidence there
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 I is easy to forget how dangerous riding can be. Dudes are riding faster and going bigger than ever. All the while, it seems that just like the World Cup riders, everyone is using less protection than ever. I guess riding makes it easy to feel carefree just as it did in youth. Having broken my neck and partially recovered from the life of a quadriplegic, I can say from my own experience that our bodies are extremely fragile, and that it is usually in the moments we least expect that all hell breaks loose. This rider is wearing a Leatte, which in my opinion is the smartest thing any rider could use next to wearing a helmet. Had I been wearing one the moment I crashed, I might not have been injured. I might have full strength in both of my legs; I might be able to walk about without a limp and have full grip on my bars; I might be able to keep up with the stretchy-pants 9er riders on the XC trails. I am so stoked on these braces and wish everyone would use them. I have even noticed the reduction of whiplash in minor crashes because of the brace (I have mine adjusted to give myself the least range of movement). Protect you head, knees and neck everyone!!! Permanent injury is no joke.
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 sa doit faire mal !
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 Jesus - I hope his helmet is okay... His head helmet you foul minded human...
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 My guess is he spent all his money on the TLD kit leaving him no money for gloves.
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 gloves it's a personal choice
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 That core protecter probably saved him a couple broken ribs... Makes me feel that its time to cash in on one.
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 I like how this sequence really shows how effective a Leatt brace is in a crash. You can see how his head is basically cradled throughout the whole crash.
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 No! Ground, dont leave me! I promise to use protection from now on!
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 I don't even ride well enough to risk that !
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 Someone's dropped a Mars bar - going to get it!!!!
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 I've been considering those knee pads, looks like they'll stay in place.
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 To everyone that has taken a wild stab in the dark at what I may or may not have injured during this crash, I'll set you straight now and to correspond with this quite frankly inspiring man 'Nostretchypants' I will tell you why I can no longer ride a bike until future notice. Hopefully with in a year I'll be back behind the bars of my much loved demo. In this crash I compressed the fat cartage in mt knee which essentially stops it from bending back wards, it now goes about 40 degrees backwards. I tore the tendons at the top of my knee and stretched 3 ligaments. I broke 2 ribs, mild concussion and the worst of all a mouth full of stones and dirt. I then hopped back on my bike after a quick 3 second black out and sat on the side of the track to follow the next rider down as it was qualifying. I reached the bottom and the medics and my dad strongly advised me not to race; so as a typical 17 year old boy would do, I drank a monster, walked around for abit and raced. By the bottom of my run I couldn't keep my foot on the pedal and I couldn't remember my race run. This scared me abit.
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 Oh and now I've dislocated my shoulder 3 times and have a paralyzed deltoid due to server nerve damage (from a couple of other stupid crashes), I can no longer lift my arm above horizontal and have an uncanny amount of pins and needles through out my arm, shoulder and back. I can't grip very hard and I'm currently waiting on the SHOCKING NHS service to tell me if I'm having a operation or not. IF not I can maybe ride a bike by september if recovered enough, with surgery it will be next march. I still feel lucky as to the man who is now paralyzed from lack of neck brace, I hope you all the best in your life and PLEASE do not ever give in. You'll be back on a bike if you're not already trying with in a blink of an eye. Keep hope, keep strong, keep riding. Thank you for all the funny quotes and sayings about this photo. Massive props to Alex Tyler for capturing me in full face shovel mode. Hope to see you out on the bike soon, just wish it was now. Luke.
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 eating it hard ... hope you get better
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 I think they should give him the backpack for eating it so hard and having all of these people talk about it.
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 lsbl - totally agree, should cheer him up a tad. Luke, hope you recover soon. Keep pestering the NHS, insist on getting whatever you need - if you don't kick up a stink, they won't listen. Failing that, check if your parents have private medical care for dependents - I do (even though I don't have any) so worth a look. Best of luck!
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 Frame 10, check out his rear wheel!!!
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 Crushed nuts at slide 5.
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 I always thought you used a shovel to build a trail, have I been doing It wrong?,
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 rakes. my go to tool
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 PinkBikes product pick. Troy Lees new "excavator" helmet. Can you dig it ?
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 zing! nice one.. yeah, was a good day to have a full face on..
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 mmmmm so thats what dirt cake tastes like
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 Sorry, dude, but You kinda' had it comin' riding that Boxxer... Big Grin

I'm just messing, hope you're OK and have a great new season!
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 ill just stop for a quick snack.... and eat some dirt
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 Always wear protection. You'll last longer.
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 In pictures five and six you can see the full face grabbing the ground but i would bet that neck brace saved him from worse damage. Would like to see a picture of his hands after.. Wear gloves! Hands are forgiving but could be very bad.
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 like doi, bro. Wink

The worst thing about dirt naps is that mommy aint there to tuck you in. Frown
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 Amaaaaaaaaa!
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 In all honesty, I wonder how this champ ate complete shit.
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 Troy Lee d3...............339.99$
Specialized Demo......6999.99$
Leatt Brace..............499.99$
Thunder optics...........79.99$
Being able to experience, understand, and respect our bodies, for not being invincible.............. Priceless!
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 I always tell myself that wearing a backpack while riding will protect me if I go over the bars..... a little confidence never hurt anyone! mouth in the dirt, that hurt someone
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 49% of the incidents begin with the words, "Look what I can do," 51% with "No, look as needed." push only your limits, don't look at pro's, everyone has its limit... Do not neglect the protection, comrades riders. Roll the least in 10 kilogramed protection.Safety is the most importanly thing... Especially in MTB.
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 That really sucks, hes selling the bike and cant ride due to nerve damage and broken bones. Wonder if some kind of gform vest would have helped such a body to ground impact. Hope hes back on the bike as soon as his body is ready.
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 Thank you dude.
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 Np besides all the jokes we have all been there. I was out all summer with hand issues with a video to watch 220 pounds landing hand/chest first going over 40
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 And the latest diet tip of 2013 is...a mouthful of hard packed dirt. It's definitely one way to she'd some weight as he probably lost a pound or two from his rear when he crashed. Squeaky bum time
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 He'll be shitting bricks after that granite lunch.
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 Honestly it is pretty easy to forget why we need to wear protective gear when we go biking. Personally I know how it feels to crash hard and and get a concussion or break a bone, and that is why it is so important to wear your helmet, gloves, and any other bike pads that you have, because you never know what is going to happen after the first pedal.
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 At least he wasn't clipped in Razz
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 When you are hit by the ground, are you just gonna take that? You've got to show the earth who is boss and wear protective gear so the floor knows not to mess with you again. Helmets are for those who are tougher than the ground
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 Just shows you that everybody falls now and again, no matter how skilled or well equipped you are; it's the inevitable fact of pushing the limits of your riding. You just have to get that out of your mind to enjoy riding, and when it does happen learn from that mistake.
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 This is what happens when you try to ride your bike like a metal bitch and she doesn't agree.... Ps: frame 5/12 is actually an extreme yoga lesson result I guess! Arms down, exhale, face to the ground, put a leg into your a** o.O ahahaha
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 its fare to say we as mountain bikers all have our day on the ground no matter how good we are!! i guess we are just lucky that we have great tech that allows us to get up again...well most of the time anyway Smile i took me 15 mins after this www.pinkbike.com/video/298037
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 More or Less...Wink
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 Leatt brace to keep your neck in check and an MRP chain guide to keep your chain in place under the worse conditions. MRP (Most Responsible Physician) at the hospital, keeping your life in place so you can continue to pin those runs with your sickest Race Face on that Demo under the protection of TLD. Right after you walk out of the hospital in style with those Five Ten shoes of course.

Hope you have a speedy recovery!
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 Learn something from this? Damn I could teach it! Seriously tho, slamming sucks, getting older and slamming sucks more. If I won that pack I would have a great new way to carry the much needed first-aid gear my "getting older slamming self" needs on a ride. I know I will not win the pack, I never win things like this but congrats to who does. Cheers.
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 such elegance and form, what a beautiful show of the famous ballet: "The Nutcracker"
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 Or Shakespeares, "Alls well that Ends well"
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 Ouch. Protective gear is not just for racing. Yeah at times i look like a storm trooper, but i got to work on the week days. Have to minimize my chances of a serious injury so I can work to live and live to ride.
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 Some say.... his balls are made from material found only on mars. All we know is... Hes called Luke Griffiths!
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 MTB is becoming increasingly about marketing, here we see a rider eating dirt just to get his sponsor (MRP) some nice coverage (last frame)
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 as always when you crash : hands first ! Crazy you for not wearing gloves ... pfff ... a 0000 bucks bike without a penny to protect yourself !!!!
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 Ouch, such an impact! My body hurts just watching it ..
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 ah, shale for breakfast, Like Wheaties,it contains all the protein nutrients a growing racer needs! given the choice I would have gone with the Wheaties tho. Different strokes for different fokes I guess
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 To be completly honest, id rather be riding a dry trail in the warm sun and crash like him, than being stuck in cold germany with nothing to ride around me and snow.
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 notice in frame 4 his elbow is taking a lot of the impact and it looked like it hurt. That's interesting considering not many people wear elbow pads (myself included). I might think about getting hold of some.
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 At least there was a photographer. I hate crashes like this because it hurts like hell and at the end you don't even have a good looking scars to show...
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 Mommy I can't Finnish the race! Mom: why not? Rider: I crashed and really hurt! Mom: well maybe next time you'll wear you protective gear?!
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 Crash Test Dummie session by TLD/Leatt? or perhaps, a situation we've all been in, or will be sooner than later? make the right choice, wear TLD/Leatt.
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 Someone: -Why are you putting these Pinkbike sticker there? No one is going to be able to see it...
LG: -Sure. You bet.

Expect the unexpected...
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 Some choose chocolate, some choose pussy, this one choose dirt and by the looks of it he ate way to much. Choose wisely because some foods are better then others....
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 Nope. No berries there.
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 Slide 6... OMFG!! Thank god for goggles, if not he'd have just had a real good attempt at grinding his eyes off on the dirt and rocks!!!
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 He's getting friendly with the dirt there Wink
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 Ahhh man the first 11 pictures he looked so uncomfortable falling and twisting like that! but then the 12 he reminds me of a kid just curled up, sleeping, but a kid in pain..
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 Well...I guess you got me man. If you're not first, you're last. Props
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 That last frame isn't part of the sequence, but is just brutal. Hey that guy looks in pain, let manoeuvre to get the best angle. I'd totally do the same. Made me chuckle
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 check the goggles out before and after he hits, always wear eye protection lads, the eyes are so much more fragile than bones.
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 yes, my friend threw something in my eye and cant see out of it now. eye now (very punny) always wear sunglasses
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 He probably could have jolted his head right back if it weren't for the neckbrace! You should always wear a neckbrace, you don't plan accidents!
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 Is it just me or Saturdays seqs have the stupidest comments. It's like I have to post something to enter competition. Common guys, have some dignity...
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 So my buddy says, "Set you brakes up moto-style!" Yeah...thanks!
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 If you watch starting from sequence 12, you will see that he was just taking a nap on the knoll, and sequences 1-11 are just a nightmare he is having.
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 It is ok to watch such a slides to analize what happened but this is simply ridiculous to use the poor man to win a backpack instead
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 And another one gone, and another one gone Another one bites the dust Hey, I'm gonna get you too Another one bites the dust........
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 Rider: mommy I can't Finnish the race! Mom: why not? Rider: I crashed and it really hurt! Mom: well maybe you would have been able to Finnish is you had worn your protective gear, huh?
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 Can't tell if pun intended or typo...
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 Frame #4 says "As I look at my beautifully manicured hands, I wish I was wearing some gloves"
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 I guess that's not what they meant when they said "look where you want to go"
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 If he was a ninja, he'd have grabbed the bars and jumped back on in frame 11.
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 5 & 6 : "Troy Lee D3 helmet : The portable dirt shovel scooper. Just sip adequate fluid from your Evoc pack. Digest laying on you side"
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 Look at the surface and look how hard he went down. Also look at what he hit the ground with first. Why do people insist on not wearing gloves?
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 Shot number 5. When you take a berm to the face, your gonna have a bad day. When you take a berm to a TLD helmet, you become Sequence Saturday on Pinkbike.
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 Running to out cold in half second flat... ouch. At least our spleen have no real use and can be taken out like chinese. 10 minute now you home.
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 Introducing the new TLD protective cup - prevents frame 5 from becoming frame 12
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 Stop, drop and roll. Missed the fire, decided to practice. Practice makes perfect! Race runs are not always the best place, though.
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 Great job pinkbike, show us a half face helmet and right after, this? This is the reason Urge won't sell. Always wear a full face
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 And this is a perfect example of why you NEED to wear helmets, neck braces, gloves, and knee shin guards whenever you go for a ride Ride hard, or Ride home
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 The victim: Ah, la dirt, its perfect! Al Dente! Oh its just delicious!//
Innocent Bystander: I think he crashed a little too hard.Wink
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 I'm gonna drift this corner and ...... shit here goes a super man, meydey meydey losing altitude, and touchdown the The eagle has Landed, I repeat the eagle has Landed. I am OK
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 if it wasnt for all the protection available to us these days, especially full face helmets and goggles, im pretty sure many riders, including myself, wouldnt be here today to view this sequence.
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 { [Initial speed(m/s) x weight(kg)] / [ground hardness+roots/rocks] } - {degree of protection} = Pain level
[Pain level] / [flexibility coefficient] x [Luck coefficient] = injury likelihood
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 The best way to take a nap, being concussed in the fetal position with all your riding gear on.
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 uuurgh..i shoulda stayed with playing footie. At least then, it was under control!!! uuuurgh...
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 Go full face helmets FTW. A face full of dirt is better than an broken face
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 Endorse Protective Gear: Um...That's kinda hard to do considering this sequence is an endorsement in and of itself
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 Sometimes after big crashes...it's best to curl up in the fetal position and wait for Mom.
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 Looks like Moelfre, Wales? I've tasted the mud there much like this. It's not bad.
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 "Uggg, I don't want to open my eyes because I know my goggles are scratched now..."
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 You like mountain biking? You like your balls? Wear a mtb cup. Then you can keep both in your life.
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 "I knew I forgot something, my goggle tear offs and those things that protect your hands!"
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 Helmets- cooler than wearing a diaper after you turn yourself into a vegetable.
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 Ah, Rider and Armor, best friends, especially when they need each other most...(for example)
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 No helmet - eat shit and die! Helmet - eat shit and live to tell the tale!
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 Good thing yo mamma bought u all that fancy gear. Home boy bites it and goes face surfin in the gravel ocean! Damn
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 Probably refrain from talking about my mum. I saved and bought everything my self. Me and my dad go to races and this is what happens sometimes when you try to win. Go hard or go home. I went hard into the ground.
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 It's a general comment about the photo lol nothing personal
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 Well he just got hungry so he ate some of then birm then since eating makes you tired after a fun ride he fell asleep
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 This guy needs a leatt so next time he un-builds a berm with his head and neck he wont die
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 This is clearly a sign that i'll soon crash! I have just bought a Demo 1 hour ago.
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 Photo #3, looks like his hand is still trying to grip the brake lever that is no longer there!
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 He might as well be... he's using Avids.
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 Speaks volumes about a full face, that would've been real nasty without one!
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 Pic 12: "agh I've got stomach ache!"
Something to do with all the dirt you ate? Time for a diet change methinks.
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 I think Trojan should enter the full face helmet market. Gotta' protect your head Wink
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 Use your judgement if you ever forget your neck brace, the trail will be there tomorrow.
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 I think he managed to work out that his troy lee is stronger than both of his wrists... Testing is complete!
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 Ahh Yes... The butterfly position... Now tomorrow padawans, bring your TLD helmet, neckbrace, GLOVES, and a cup.
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 That is the correct use of a fullface! Imagine it with a "trendy" helmet!
Don't mind those balls!
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 good method to break a collarbone,trust me, I ve done it the same way,and I was riding a demo too.
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 is that blood on his googles? o.O
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 he drive in downhill trail and whithout gloves Frown why,why,why!!!???
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 I even wear gloves sometimes when im bmx-ing!
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 of course you will,safety come in the first place Smile
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 it might look painful to some but he said after he was just testing that his lid did work...
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 Use your head, wear a helmet!!
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 Do I see if he's alive? Or crawl up to him slowly army style for a better angle?
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 "It was purposful, I swear! I was just testing out my new protective gear."
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 Coppin' it, washin' it, 'bout to go and get some compliments
Passin' up on those moccasins someone else's been walkin' in
But me and grungy f*ckin it man
I am stuntin' and flossin' and
Savin' my money and I'm hella happy that's a bargain, bitch
I'ma take your grandpa's style, I'ma take your grandpa's style,
No for real - ask your grandpa - can I have his hand-me-downs? (Thank you)
Velour jumpsuit and some house slippers
Dookie brown leather jacket that I found diggin'
They had a broken keyboard, I bought a broken keyboard
I bought a skeet blanket, then I bought a kneeboard
Hello, hello, my ace man, my Mello
John Wayne ain't got nothing on my fringe game, hell no
I could take some Pro Wings, make them cool, sell those
The sneaker heads would be like "Aw, he got the Velcros"
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 good for you
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 I wear your granddad's clothes
I look incredible
I'm in this big ass coat
From that thrift shop down the road

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Is that your grandma's coat?
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 no falls no balls
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 "He loves nature in spite of what it did to him."
—Forrest Tucker
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 Nice to see Troy lee designs go the extra mile:
Face plant test... Passed
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 If you stop at the fourth picture, it looks like the rider want to High-Five the rock! it's like : "hey rock, wassup?"
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 what kind of armor is he using? is that a 661 core saver? doesn't look bulky
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 Was looking good at frame 3, lost it at 4 when he extended his arms. Tucknroll son.
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 Of all the ways to get featured on PinkBike this guy chose the most painful.
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 "alright i'm gonna be flashy and slide through this curve and wipe up some dirt for the photo..." famous last thoughts
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 Frame 5: Bet he never thought his back protector (seen frame 8 ) would save him from his own foot.
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 Helmet and goggles 1, nasty face eating rocky berm 0.
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 Frame 6 - Probably the best reason you should be wearing good goggles
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 When life rag dolls you down a hill, you better hope you had a leatt brace
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 Third base Stolen! Yeah!
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 They said I could be anything, so I became an ostrich.
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 did i just watch someone die?
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 Little swap, little swap oooohhh, yard sale!
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 this is why i always wear full pads "full gear, no Fear"!
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 Full face ........just in case!
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 another one bites the dust
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 that's one trick I can do! Frown
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 And this is why we wear full face helmets and neck braces...
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 That's one way to get your iron.
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 Ha, number 6 is priceless.
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 Come to the safe side, Luke...
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 where is Falls for your fridays?
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 On a slightly different note, I'm diggin' the Five Tens
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 well that escalated quickly
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 if you turn the 5th picture to the right you've got soderstroms 360table
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 I didn't realize berms were crash barriers...
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 "my precious", Gollum voice.
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 god he is a pro at roosting so much so that he eats his own dirt!
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 L'Orecup. Because they're worth it.
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 "What are full-face helmets for? Oh, yeah. That's it."
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 Frame 12: "I think I went a bit overboard at the dirt buffet"
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 nice crash! that must hurt
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 MRP... we can even make pain look good.
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 If you ain't got the pads, you ain't gunna be glad.
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 His goggles are actually clear tint before the crash
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 face or balls... balls take the win!!!
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 Where did I leave my gloves? There's one. Ill get it.
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 number 6. love eating dirt.
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 ohhh, rail a burm, not hit a burm like it's a rail using my head....
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 #5. All squished up like a bottomed out rear shock!
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 FULL FACES SURVIVE DH BERM STOMPS (ref. curb stomps)
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 Jesus, ill just buy the damn bag lol
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 This is what I do when I get out of bed late.
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 Who put that rock there!
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 Is that a bug? YES IT IS
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 My daily routine.
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 What, what, what, what... [x7]
Bada, badada, badada, bada... [x9]
I'm gonna pop some tags
Only got twenty dollars in my pocket
I - I - I'm hunting, looking for a come-up
This is f*cking awesomeNah, Walk up to the club like, "What up, I got a big cock!"
I'm so pumped about some shit from the thrift shop
Ice on the fringe, it's so damn frosty
That people like, "Damn! That's a cold ass honkey."
Rollin' in, hella deep, headin' to the mezzanine,
Dressed in all pink, 'cept my gator shoes, those are green
Draped in a leopard mink, girls standin' next to me
Probably shoulda washed this, smells like R. Kelly's sheets
(Piiisssssss)
But shit, it was ninety-nine cents! (Bag it)
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 Woah look, a penny!
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 Too cool for gloves?
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 Helmet is not only a head mount for a HD-camera Razz
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 ... and he was left there for three days, until a bear saw him...
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 rompopopom, man down!
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 He is going to feel that one in the morning.
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 full face helmets, nothin to wag the chin about
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 the berm punched him in the throat...
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 This crash brought to you by mrp
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 That one Special (iz) eEd bar hump!
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 what exactly can i learn from this? don't go over my bars...i guess
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 TLD, is it Troy Lee Designs, or is it The Life Defender..............
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 Totally ate dirt at scene 6 :O
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 If you pause at frame 12, you can see that the rider is hurt
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 Frame 4: "High five rocks, you win"
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 Mmmm.....nom nom nom.....no, too many rocks!!!
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 Rider: "......Ow, my everything hurts....wonder if my bike's okay."
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 Well there's your problem...ARMGUARDS
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 Troy Lee Designs Pale Pantyhose - New for 2013
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 he put on his p-jammas had some dessert took a nap and his tummy hurt!
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 comeu bastante terra em .
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 new sport, extreme karma sutra
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 He's not the first, nor will he be the last. ...sigh...good times.
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 Just come down...........he's got this.
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 "AH $@#!%(crash)$@#!%(bang)$@#!%(crash)zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz..."
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 Face meet floor, body meet pain
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 Downhill is the only sport that needs 2 balls to play with!!!!
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 I bet his hands were in a right mess. Gloves next time!?
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 He's giving the berm hi-5 in frame 4
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 Ummmm that berm looks tasty!
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 Isn't it ironic, "eyesdown film". He took it too seriously I think
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 Look Hans (in reference to Hans Rey) No Ma!!!!!
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 Is the bike ok?? For Gods sake somebody think of the bike!
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 That will definitely leave a mark on his lens...
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 i thought nose manuals work better at high speed
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 Hands are the last to let go and the first to touch down, good luck.
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 NASA should have sent that guy to mars to get the dirt samples...
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 In this sport you go down and everyonce in a while you go down hard.
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 yep we have all been there,get some gloves !!!!
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 He's cleaning his goggles
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 And I was like : "Is my D3 okay?"
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 Thats simply god gettting angry at the amount of demos he has seen
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 that's a text book day-ruiner
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 Being glove-less is only cool until you scrape your hands!
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 Don't bar-hump with both wheels on the ground - noted.
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 Ah this is where I lost my wallet. Thank god I have it back.
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 If it weren't for protective gear, some riders might be here today.
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 I meant "some riders might not be here today." oops
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 #6 i lost most of my face but im gunna hold onto my bike with my feet...
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 dum dum dum, another one bites the dust...
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 I don't know a lot about mountain biking, but that's not good.
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 Even with the full face and all, you know he's spitting out dirt. Yummy
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 Oh berm, how I have longed for your kiss.
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 Really good sequence, but slide 12 kind of ruined it for me..
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 Slide 12 is needed, to show the Pinkbike sticker on the inside of the peak... ; )
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 I realise that, I just think it ruins the whole aesthetics of the sequence..
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 I agree... should of been cut at 11..
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 Such a happiness when you realize you had a neck brace on
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 With a helmet on your head, crashing isn't even that bad!
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 I disagree with that comment...
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 Finally a sequence saturday I can actually do!
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 Photographer: "Did you found what you're looking for?"
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 I bet he wishes he wore gloves now
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 Couldn't have gone any better than that
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 Rolling On The Floor Laughing
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 I don't always crash but when I do I'm proabably not wearing gloves
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 well at least he was wearing a helmet
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 Im ok, I landed on my face!
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 hey, who put an invisible stick in my front wheel..... not cool!
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 MY TLD kit is so done...and my ribs kinda hurt also
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 Keep practicing that Ninja Roll!
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 BRRRRRAAAAAPPPPP ... cut offff !!!! Wink
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 Nice riding gloves! Parents SE (special edition)...
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 I know I left them somewhere......OOUUFF!!!
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 Now I know, how to they invented mashed potatoes.
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 PSA: wear gloves, don't get rocks in your hands
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 Final sequence, over did the buffet
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 I hope he's okay. That was rough.
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 Did forgetting my gloves today cause me to end up in the fetal position?
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 Oooo a berm...NOM, NOM, NOM!!
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 Eat bollucks frame, eat face, dirt !!
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 Welcome to the Moelfre Muck Munchers...
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 Mommy daddy please make it stop eerrrrrrrrrr
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 That's called rippin' a berm(with his face).
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 I actually have a feeling he ripped his face with a berm.
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 Oh look, a dollar! Min----OH SH*T!
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 YARD SALE ON THE HILL EVERYONE!!!
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 Eat shit, or eat weetabix, your call.
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 Should'a Gone To SpecSavers Wink
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 "*groan....My balls!!!!"
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 Look a penneeeEEEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHHHH I REGRET NOTHING!!!!
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 That bite from the berm must of really hurt his stomach!
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 (at end) who turned the lights out??
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 Hey! Look, A penny!
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 That would be a great comment, if it weren't already all over the internet already.
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 and that kids. is why we wear helmets, and leatts
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 Ohhhhh, so that's why you need a full face helmet!
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 Shred that trail until eating dirt.
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 It looks like a massacre inside his goggles.
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 It was a good thing he had his neck brace on.
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 As a Geographer myself, i know all to well the desire to conduct spontaneous soil samples. Seen here is a fellow enthusiasts lapse in self control
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 You mean, geologist?
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 Haha, fail. That is all.
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 Nope, both fields participate in soil sampling.
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 Slide 12: "I'm having a baby!"
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 and that kids is why we wear a helmet and neckbrace
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 That's why you wear goggles kids !, (12/12 check out his goggles )
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 One does not simply spot $10 bucks in the dirt that you are descending...
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 You are grabbing way too much front brake in frame 3!
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 these comments are all gay as hell...
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 "I should have one those gloves they gave me"
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 Dam, he's one rich farmer, cause he got two big acres
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 ive eaten so much berm its given me a sore stomach
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 A helmet can let you do anything! ...like survive a crushing faceplant...
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 A Specialized bike requires a specialized wipe-out!
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 Zakleszczył się w koleinie.
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 I just had to keep watching that one over and over.
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 Hucked over the bars and into the trail to Grandmothers house we go!
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 And swimmers complain about getting raccoon eyes from their goggles...
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 Seriously what's his visor made out of?? That took a chunk out the ground!
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 Some advanced dirt sampling techniques! :O
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 I'm just dandy, I've got a bowl of chocolate pudding in my underpants
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 That doggy is doin it to him 'demo style'
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 Frame 4: Attempting to use jedi mind trick
Frame 5: It not working
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 Eating too much berm, always makes my tummy ache!!!
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 check out his leg on no 5
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 The pain in my gut must be from the bad berm, that I just ate.
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 prepare for dirt eating....
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 i c y he decided to wear armor, noob.
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 Geology and mt biking don't mix!
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 'I'm so so tired, this race is really wearing me out... zzzzzz'
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 Kids: This is why you should always wear a helmet as goggles.
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 Frame 4, just giving the ground a high five.
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 how does that dirt taste
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 i can do that
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 I often do!
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 slide 12/12: FML...
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 Your doing it wrong.
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 SCRUBBIN!!!!! your face.
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 ooh look a mole !
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 thanks for the laugh!
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 frame six "eat dirt"
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 "ouch my pride"
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 :-( I feel the pain!
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 Ooooo my ovaries......
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 Oh look a penny!
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 Frame 6.... Omnomnomnom!
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 I hope the bike is ok
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 Nice crash Demo.
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 Rail to bail to fail
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 Two words LAWN DART
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 What a Weapon
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 Oppa Crashman Style!
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 Pause frame 4... he's like: "oh, that stone is just perfect for my collection!"
Frame 12: "yeah!! got it!!"
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