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Whistler Bike Park Edit

Late season shred in the Whistler Bike Park with riders Jay Joslin and Seb Vickers. Song is Midnight City by M83.

59 Comments

  • + 51
 Awesome video! It makes me miss Whistler even more.
  • - 8
 The blue logo of the rider is sam hill on the 2010 demo.
  • + 21
 f*cks sake, why does it have to be winter now....Cry
  • + 3
 Luke,,, whipping like that for sure is Brendog Smile

Sick Vid Btw...
  • + 1
 I could be wrong and its really sad that I might know this but dragan..... Im pretty sure it was sam hill and it was over the hip replacement jump at Fort William track. There are some awesome photos of it!
  • + 2
 i miss whistler :/
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 HAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAAAAA cant take this video seriously, because the music is the Theme Tune from "Made In Chelsea" LOL good song but massive tune failure,

You will probs only get this if you are from the UK and have a teenage sister who watches these crappy shows!
  • + 3
 Hahaha, I started watching this and was like "yessss, rad", and then the music came on. Now I'm cleaning vomit out from between the "j" and "k" keys on my keyboard.
  • + 1
 I bought a Banshee legend from Seb a while ago. Now I see why it broke after 2 weeks......... awesome VOD
  • + 1
 what broke on it?
  • + 1
 the bike had been ridden without bushings in it for a while so the frame had worn down. There was about a 1/4 inch of play
  • + 1
 rifrafi, don't worry, i thought the same!
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  • + 8
 I would say very well put together maybe VOD liked the song felt it went really good with the riding.
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  • + 8
 This video is freaking AWESOME!
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  • + 6
 This song's been in so many videos in the past couple weeks
  • + 2
 A few too many, some might say.
  • + 3
 I love the chorus of just music, but i think the drowsy voice kind of sucks
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  • + 3
 fuck me i miss whistler !
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  • + 2
 SOOOOOOOOO STOKED FOR NEXT SEASON!
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 i hate you winter...i wanna ride all year round!
  • + 1
 Come to to southern california! I ride all year round.
  • + 1
 Come to Santa Cruz - the riding is prime year round
  • + 1
 Come to the southern hemisphere, us in NZ are just coming into our summer, Its dry and dusty.
  • + 1
 haha ya i wish that would be wicked to spend the summer in whistler winter in queenstown. I cant even imagine how awesome that would be!
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 damn that made me want to ride... too bad its supposed to rain all day =/
  • + 1
 damn that made me wanna ride...too bad its supposed to snow for four more months..
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 the first thing that caught my eye were the green dorado's since when do they come in green? rad edit btw
  • + 6
 Rambo, I generally function as the key field tech for Manitou at events etc. in addition to doing all the Canadian Manitou Distribution service and tech support work @ Trident Sports here in North Van. Those Green series decal kits were actually just a custom run I made personally for Mike Montgomery @ Red Bull Rampage 2010. When I got back to Canada all my 'homies' were losing their minds over the MM Decal kits so I made sure I had a couple extra... 2012 Production Dorado's are a sick matte black with white. Check 'em out!
  • + 1
 just saw that new colour... they look sick! also are they going to be any stiffer for 2012? that's the key thing I like about my current 888 and the reason I havent gone to a dorado yet because of hearing about "lag" in corners
  • + 7
 For 2012 the chassis remains the same. I wouldn't say the fork has any 'lag' in corners considering how well it does out at the races, but it's certainly true that any inverted fork will have a different ride characteristic than a standard type fork which may take some getting used to at first. Standard forks are stiffer laterally, while Inverted forks are stiffer fore-aft. In this regard the Dorado is 20% stiffer than the competition- The Dorado's design philosophy is sheer speed, superior management of critical velocity impacts and bottomout resistance, while for FR the 888 in your case may be just what you need for your particular type of riding. Considering the leaps and bounds that Manitou's TPC+ damping can bring to your riding however, I would highly recommend trying one out for yourself some time. TPC+ is energy and position sensitive; Super active for all the small rapid-fire hits, and adds damping the harder the impact/deeper into the travel you get. Super plush, nearly impossible to bottom out. Dominates root sections for sure.
  • + 1
 Agreed with everything he said try that fork you'll never go back I know I wont. It gives the feeling you can plow through anything, gap something land right into a rock garden with no stress at all. I can't say I've ever felt lag in corners. Go try it it's the best fork out there.
  • + 1
 sounds awesome.... I'll definetly get one in the spring last time I had a manitou it was one of those horrible stance's but my friends are raving about the dorado being so much better so I'll definetly try it
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  • + 2
 Thems my boys right there!
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  • + 1
 the best job in the world OMG! makes me want to cry... ride build and maintain a bike park! how sick is that?
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 I'm sorry, but I had to hit mute... Other than that I liked it though!
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  • + 2
 What song is it?
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  • + 1
 really wish I had his job!! Frown
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 Pinnin it! whistler trails looking gooooood!! =)
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 This is awesome! hoep to make it up to whistler someday
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 I LOVE thoughts forks!!
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  • + 0
 Looks like you're running some 24fps footage at 30fps there.
  • + 1
 Brian, if you mean that we made the footage look faster at editing that wrong Mike filmed 80% of it 60fps and some 30 fps nothing edited to make it look faster
  • + 0
 Yes, but I think you're working in a 23.98 timeline, so the 30fps footage looks much faster than it should be. At the very least it looks strange, maybe Pinkbike's video encoder just doesn't like 30fps or something.
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 This video was shot using a 60D in 60p and 30p modes, and edited in a 29.97 timeline, so nothing changed speed except for the intentional slow-mo shots. Some normal speed clips were shot in 60p mode and so have a faster shutter speed than necessary, but in no way was anything sped up. And putting 30p footage into a 23.98 timeline would slow down the footage not speed it up.
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 No idea then, but PB's compression is definitely playing havoc with something in there.
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 Top quality shit!
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 best vod i ever seen
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 about time its VOD
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  • + 1
 I like that..
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  • + 1
 i cant wait to go back!
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 Dorados make me feel ill
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  • + 3
 Midnight City by M83
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 Yeah Boys lookin' sharp!
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