shilohtech

Like to ride technical, fast, downhill, with roots, jumps, berms. Build Trails and maintain them as well. When it's too wet to ride, it is the perfect time to dig.

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shilohtech SramMedia's article
Sep 9, 2016 at 10:50
Sep 9, 2016
Steps to the Top: Miranda Miller - Video
She sounds like him too. Same tone, same cadence and sounds super chill.
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shilohtech GoPro's article
Aug 4, 2016 at 21:38
Aug 4, 2016
GoPro of the World: Best Line Contest - July Judging Open
@Bdusty1: Come take the rain away from me. We have been building a line and it has been raining every weekend for almost the whole summer. Like too much rain where you cant pack the line cause you end up with dirt made high heels and leaving holes everywhere you step. Plus the mosquitos are nuts! I am rushing to finish the line so I can shoot, but the rain is keeping us from finishing and riding it.
shilohtech GoPro's article
Aug 4, 2016 at 10:53
Aug 4, 2016
GoPro of the World: Best Line Contest - July Judging Open
Looks like I'm not going to enter this year, at least as long as they expect us to compete against pros riding competition/pro built courses. They just need to change the rules or have 2 categories. Pro Category and Intermediate Category. Just think, if all the Fest Series Guys start posting their "lines" then everything but Rampage is going to lose. But it would be cool to have pros have their own and we can judge the best pro line ever.
shilohtech TheFEST's article
Jul 21, 2016 at 10:37
Jul 21, 2016
Loosefest 2016, First Hits - Video
What helped me a lot was helping my more experienced friends build new jumps or rebuild better ones. At first while you are building it, you are like "Damn this is kinda big and scary", but after it is done and you spent so much time working on it, you see your better friends jump it and how easy it looked. That usually gives me the motivation and confidence that it will work out. Everyone else is correct though, need to be center/neutral on the bike, stay loose, and it really helps to tweak the bike or the front wheel in the air to prevent doing a dead sailor crash over the bars. Remember: bones heal, pain is temporary, motion is the lotion.
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