Contour 'Where The Trail Ends' Moment - Fraser River, Canada

Sep 11, 2012 at 8:44
by CONTOUR Cameras  

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  • + 33
 All I can say is these guys are the luckiest sons a b*tches going!!...........
  • + 4
 awesome graphics...
  • + 10
 Yeah they are lucky, but they earned it. They are all really, really good at what they do.
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 And I'm really really good at falling off!!...... But I'd still love to do it! Lol
  • - 8
 awesome video, but why they have to high five all the time
  • + 16
 if you just rode (well, for us mere mortals more like survived) what they did, you'd probably wanna high five everyone in sight for the rest of the day
  • + 4
 @tetopluz its called adrenaline rush. I feel so sorry that you've never experienced one...
  • + 8
 You tend to high five a lot when you experience high (sometimes dangerous) levels of stoke or awesomeness
  • + 1
 anyone know where i can buy that bike rack fitting for my helicopter?
  • + 1
 i wish, its a joke bro, i ride a schwinn
  • + 1
 Haha wat an exercise bike??!! Lol
  • + 1
 yeah man, then i just watch this contour vid of big mountain-ing some slopes while riding the exercise bike and im all set! sweet! and i wont ever crash again! thanks bro! hahaha
  • + 1
 Hahahahahha awesome happy riding lol
  • + 1
 thanks for all the support!! hahaha
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  • + 11
 The trails are f*cking awesome!
  • + 11
 trails? Where they're going - there are no trails. (cheesy movie reference, but I couldn't resist)
  • + 1
 Back to the Future? I just watched that on DVD over the weekend when my cable went out.
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  • + 6
 I'm confused.... it says Fraser River, but isn't that the Chilcotin near Farewell Canyon?
  • + 1
 Correct...but no one knows where that is... unless your name is caribooyj hahaha - i wish they had named it right too... i've rafted it a few times... amazing river!
  • + 1
 Thanks! It is an amazing river.... to big for me at Farewell, but kayaked it a bit higher up. Stoked about the movie!
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  • + 6
 why use the boat at all if you have a helicopter?
  • + 8
 Too much gear and people.
  • + 2
 Heli drop. Boat pick up.
  • + 2
 No heli access at the river bank, the canyon is just too narrow. Doug picks up the riders by boat and drops them off upriver at a site that's heli accessible.
  • + 1
 Ah i c. It all makes sense now
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 Also they were out there for a while. Boats will get them around to different zones so they can scope them out and see if they will work. The heli will just fly in and meet them at wherever they deem rideable. This is a lot different than the heli trips in say the AK where they can use the heli to scope one day and to ride another (ski/snowboard). A lot more prep. time is needed for mtbing.
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  • + 3
 I WANT TO PREORDER THIS NOW!
Sorry for shouting, but to quote Phillip J Fry, "shut up and take my money!"
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  • + 2
 i see the title and im like FUCK YEAH!
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  • + 1
 Awesome vid, I love segments like this...so inspiring! Wish I could take a boat and heli to some crazy ride spot.
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  • + 1
 That just looks retardedly fun- is that a word?
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  • + 1
 A perfect example of something I will never do.
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 so stoked for the movie. going to see it premiere at north star
  • + 1
 when is the premire at n*?
  • + 1
 i thought u werent going that weekend
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 I'd love to try and ride that... probs wayyyyy steeper then it looks
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  • + 1
 F*ck walking take a heli instead!
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  • + 1
 The high 5 is timeless
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  • + 0
 Sick video, just can't stand helmet came
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 it looks easy,but just looks
  • + 3
 Haha yeah its a whole different story in person. Just from personal experience, there's so many sketchy issues with what some of these guys hit that will never be made clear or explained on the screen.
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