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 Primo
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 Great pic, great scenery, but as a riding area the lago is the most overated area i have ever been to imo. Just to warn people from overseas...there is loads of way better stuff mot too far away...
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 What general areas elsewhere do you recommend? Coming from an American who doesn't know anything
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 @donnn: hopefully somewhere near a McDonalds. That's all I care about... oh and NASCAR
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 @scott-townes: LoL, you win!^^
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 Big statement and I disagree. . If you have a great guide like Michael Shiel you ride stuff most people wouldn't know about and wouldn't dream of . I rate it but get a guide.
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 Apart from the beautiful scenery, this particular singletrack is as short as seen in the picture, with a dead end at the headland ;-)
  • 4 0
 thats a sick cockpit
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 Wow, niesamowite foto! Smile
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 Been there twice. What an amazing place to ride!
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 Is this a screenshot from a video or does someone with a wifi remote take the photo while the guy's riding?
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 Probably time lapse, the image quality is really good. You can set the gopro so it takes stills every .5 to 60 seconds. No remote needed. You can also do 30 frames per second bursts with the remote. Nice shot! Little too much neon for my liking but very nice shot!
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 @SteveDekker: Every time I take stills with my gopro 4 the shot is blurry. Do you know the settings I should be using?
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 @mooseindahouse: I have very limited experience with it, a friend has one. Just gotta mess with the manual settings. Honestly I couldnt even figure out how to set the shutter speed.
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 @mooseindahouse @SteveDekker , you aren't able to control shutter speed, it adjusts depending on available light. Hence, if you're riding on a cloudy day/evening you get more motion blur. In bright conditions you could add an ND filter to reduce light to try to get motion blur. Chest mount can be tough to avoid "jiggles" unless you're in the air, or moving very smoothly. Given the clarity of this, and the trail, the rider may more or less be in a trackstand. You can also stabilize with a gimbal, but that's a whole 'nother can of worms.

Sick shot!
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 @skijunky05: Thanks for the response!
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 @mooseindahouse: trackstand for a while?
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 Super super cool!
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 Where is this? It looks amazing
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 Location: Riva del Garda, Italy Wink

This should be between Riva del Garda and Limone sul Garda.
  • 1 0
 Green machine cockpit getting it done in Italy!
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 Awesome picture. Anyone know what bike that is?
  • 3 0
 I think it is the Snabb E1 from NS Bikes

www.ns-bikes.com/snabb-e1,1405,pl.htm
  • 1 0
 Simply Spectacular! tup
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 I'm there in August
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 @pigman65: You lucky man!
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 Guys, please nominate this photo for Pinkbike Photo of the Year! Thanks!
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 So sick
  • 2 1
 GO LEFT
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 Super! Gratulacje!
  • 2 1
 Bravo
  • 1 0
 Superhappyfuntime
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 Great shot
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 Your colored cable ruins it
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 You're out your damn mind.
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 best POD in awhile!
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 Does anybody know what gloves he is wearing? i like the color
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 Spectacular!

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