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Nov 25, 2022 at 13:00
Nov 25, 2022
quotes Sedona West Side with Josh!
19.6 km - 01:27 - 1 achievements
Nov 20, 2022 at 9:30
Nov 20, 2022
quotes Gila - Bursera with Zach
9.9 km - 01:05
Nov 18, 2022 at 17:45
Nov 18, 2022
quotes Quick DC ride after driving down the hill.
7 m - 00:00
erkkilaurila pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 18, 2022 at 13:40
Oct 18, 2022
Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest: Win a RockShox Zeb Ultimate
1. Kurt Sorge (CAN) 2. Brett Rheeder (CAN) 3. Brandon Semenuk (CAN)
Oct 14, 2022 at 18:25
Oct 14, 2022
quotes Flag Loop Friday with some Fisher DH
24.6 km - 01:33
Oct 12, 2022 at 19:12
Oct 12, 2022
quotes WNOAB
27.2 km - 01:49
Jun 17, 2022 at 18:40
Jun 17, 2022
quotes One more Skunk and Fisher Point ride before this portion of the Forest closes
26.6 km - 01:39
Jun 10, 2022 at 8:15
Jun 10, 2022
quotes Electric Hills with Michael. So Good!
15.0 km - 01:18 - 3 achievements
erkkilaurila edspratt's article
Apr 11, 2022 at 10:32
Apr 11, 2022
Video: Highlights from the PetrĂ³polis XC World Cup 2022
Totally agree. The problem from my perspective was the directing decisions. They had camera shots covering lots of the track, but they didn't cut to those cameras when it was critical...especially the last lap of the men's race. There was point when they had a camera on that had no riders on it for nearly 30 seconds! That is an eternity in TV time. If no racers were in frame, then why not cut to a different camera with some race action ongoing? Also, during the final laps, why didn't they just focus on the leaders? They kept cutting to camera shots of the chasers who were no longer a factor in the win. I was literally speaking out loud to the TV for them to cut to a camera shot I knew that they had and then we missed the leaders going through some sections on the final lap. Maybe they had an intern directing the camera shots that they chose to broadcast?
erkkilaurila edspratt's article
Apr 11, 2022 at 8:45
Apr 11, 2022
Final Results from the PetrĂ³polis XC World Cup 2022
I loved the race for the outstanding performances by all; however, the coverage was abysmal. There were periods when they kept the camera on with no racers in view for nearly 30 seconds. During the final laps of both the men's and women's races, they chose to show camera shots of riders who were no longer in contention and we missed shots of the leaders passing some camera positions. It is as if there was no director or the director did not understand what the state of play was with the race. Rob and Bart did well, but the cameras that they chose to cut to at key moments is highly questionable.
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