Back and forth, forward and back. Mastery on the bike comes from constant repetition. Whether it’s your hundredth time down a trail or you’re about to drop into a new one for the first time, steady, well-rehearsed motions are what will get you through. So ride fast and send it deep, because the Slayer is built for those who charge.
well that's where I've been going wrong then. i thought it was a few hours every Saturday or Sunday in between life duties.
Hell, you don't need to change it, it works great as it is, just make an all black frame (circa my '16 Unltd) and keep it available. You don't even have to make that many. And bring back the damn Flow DJ! Just a few simple steel tubes torched together, you already have the geometry, just make a few frames available to keep us loyalists happy! I promise they'll sell. You can even carry them over year to year if they don't.
Overall rating: 1/10
Perfect use of slow motion 10/10
Perfect tunes 10/10
Perfect cinematography 10/10
Perfect Riding 10./10
Perfect Drone usage 10/10
Perfect Scenery 10/10
Absolutely crap length, needed to be at least 40 minutes long, scaling factor 10% of overall score
So sick, reminded me of Follow me and old Silvia editing.
Awesome vid and bike though
Just think at least one model should of cane with a x2 since anyone on your team is gonna ride one anyway
Old one looks faster
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