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DanMilner DanMilner's article
Jun 26, 2014 at 12:31
Jun 26, 2014
Video: A Bike and Boat Monster Hunt in Scotland
Matt's in my next months episode.. my take on our Afghanistan trip together last year... watch this space next month!
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Jun 26, 2014 at 12:30
Jun 26, 2014
Video: A Bike and Boat Monster Hunt in Scotland
Packraft was on my radar.. looked at using one of those for the recent Argentina railroad adventure, as the original idea was that we might need one to cross the rivers if the old railway bridges were too derelict! Watch that episode here: http://www.pinkbike.com/news/argentine-railroad-challenge-hans-rey-tibor-simai-trail-ninja-episode-13-2014.html
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Jun 26, 2014 at 12:28
Jun 26, 2014
Video: A Bike and Boat Monster Hunt in Scotland
Ahh.. . I wish the powers that be would allow me to be so self indulgent! Even the 5 mins are scorned upon. Yep I'd love to do longer edits and show more of what goes on, but there you go. Apparently people dont like to watch more than that now, especially if its me and my ugly mug blabbing on to the camera..... Anyway, most of these episodes are filmed while I am shooting stills for magazine stories (yes I learnt to multi task).. so you can catch the real lowdown of what went on during these trips in those mags.. usually these stories appear in MBUK, Bike Germany, SoloBici.. and others... but thanks for asking for more!
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Jun 26, 2014 at 12:24
Jun 26, 2014
Video: A Bike and Boat Monster Hunt in Scotland
Do it. Its on my radar twice a year, every year.
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Jun 26, 2014 at 12:24
Jun 26, 2014
Video: A Bike and Boat Monster Hunt in Scotland
Yep the 200 every time. It was a gamble working out how big a dinghy we needed to carry the bike. The 200 won. If h=it had been the 100 a bike would probably be 300 meters deep at the bottom of the loch.
DanMilner DanMilner's photo
Jun 26, 2014 at 12:21
Jun 26, 2014
The black bit in the background are actually 1000 year old caves.. used by the first inhabitants in that region. we explored some. Crazy. Whole excavated rooms and sleeping platforms in some. This was shot on a 12 day self guided ride through the Upper Mustang region of Nepal, up to the Tibet border and back. Beautiful. Gravel flats were about 2% of the whole ride, the rest was singletrack. This shot was just the exit of a tiny remote village we stayed in, first thing int he morning going towards the trail proper.

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Jun 25, 2014 at 0:15
Jun 25, 2014
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DanMilner DanMilner's article
May 31, 2014 at 7:25
May 31, 2014
Video: Why is This Trail on Hans Rey's Top Three List?
hey .. wanting more word from the legends I hook up with, then try episode 12 with Fabien Barel.. http://www.epictv.com/media/podcast/how-to-ride-enduro-with-fabien-barel-%7C-trail-ninja-ep-12/274416 or earlier episode with Mark Weir teaching my dumb ass to ride pump track.. http://www.epictv.com/media/podcast/trail-ninja-how-to-pump-track-101-with-mark-weir/225409 The series is really aimed at showing viewers what a destination/trail is like, and arming them with the info to go ride there themselves, rather than a pro-rider-focussed film, but sometimes the pro riders are part of it, though usually we're there shooting features for the print mags too. But yep, you have a point. Having Hans talk more is probably way more interesting than me showing my big daft mug. On that note, keep a look out my the episode with Matt Hunter in Afghanistan, coming shortly....
DanMilner DanMilner's article
May 27, 2014 at 11:51
May 27, 2014
Video: Why is This Trail on Hans Rey's Top Three List?
The humidity hits when you get to lower altitude, so the combo isnt a problem. High and dry or down and moist. Sounds like life itself.
DanMilner DanMilner's article
May 24, 2014 at 5:30
May 24, 2014
Video: Why is This Trail on Hans Rey's Top Three List?
I made it and still dont know why.
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