Kelend sending it big on a natural rock booter on his Transition Covert. Photo By Kevin Menard
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Kelend sending it big on a natural rock booter on his Transition Covert. Photo By Kevin Menard

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 Crystal clear ISO 3200? Big air on a 160mm bike? The future has arrived...
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 Hucking massive gaps on 160mm is impressive but 100mm is even more impressive check out this video www.pinkbike.com/video/305560
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 Videos on instagram.. hashtags on facebook.. future has arrived haha
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 Stop advertising your own video TheGoProClips, if it were great, people would have already noticed it.
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 who the fuck gives a shout out to themselves.. hahaha
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 Apparently this guys......the nerve of this guy...
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 If 160mm and 100mm impress yall let me be the one to introduce you to a sport called bmx. Short travel big whoop. I guarantee they aren't meant for the excess abuse and won't last near as long.
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 People don't give enough credit to the smaller bikes out there. There are some burly sub 30lbs AM bikes that can almost handle just as much as a DH sleds.
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 The problem is people don't understand its not the bike or its amount of travel its the jump's set up that changes everything. Running short travel kills true freeride. Find a nice spot to hit you're limited to the trail and its design. No extra cushion if its set up wrong. Think about events like crankworks and other slopstyle courses. The first drop in is at least a 20 footer. Yet they're running hardtail 90mm djs.
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 I am old enough to remember the time when 160mm was long travel. To this day I still consider 160 and up to be big hit bikes in the first place.
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 Case in point...pinkbike.com/photo/9778039/.....short travel big whoop. Travel means nothing. Stop following trends people.
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 That video is even more eloquent:
youtu.be/hZLrNlnHJTA
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 Oh. Oh god.... His anus why would he do that to himself, and the rear rim, that poor rear rim!
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 Seems like he rode out just fine...
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 I could totally replicate yesterday's pod myself. This one not so much.
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 Hahaha! But would you want to!?
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 I could replicate yesterday's by attempting to replicate this one.
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 Wicked photo guys! And yet another reason why everyone should own a covert!
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 just don't buy it used from Kelend.
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 Great photo... stoked to get on my Covert... in about an hour ;-)
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 I get too go dh-ing in Montana today!!!
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 F*ck me, 3200iso and such a clear pick, i better trow my d300 to trashbin...
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 Really nice picture and video to. If you haven't already seen it check it out www.pinkbike.com/video/317410
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 Wow! The Covert is one tough mutha!
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 The covert is a big mountain bike! Wicked, this shot is amazing!
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 The Hawks flappin his wings!!
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 Big boy move, right here. Kelend makes it look sooo smooth.
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 The amount of trees is too Damn high! I'm just kidding, great photo
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 Coolest jump I've ever seen.
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 Pure stickness!
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 the video of this is sick
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 I love living in the PNW!
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 PNW shredding!!!
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 sick shot! reminds me of how in love I am with the woods out here.
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 love how he color coordinated his shorts with the moss! great pic!
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 Hootie HOO! Epic Shot! Congrats
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 Not sure which stones are bigger. Sweet form!
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 Who needs takeoffs or landings? Just fly through the woods...
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 And out from the woods! ooh look a covert Smile
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 Hell yeah Keland!!! Keep pinnin' it! And, nice shot Kev!
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 great photo. great bike. great riding. nice one.
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 Yeah Kelend!!
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 Helzzzzz yes Kelend!
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