Video: On the Cutting Edge

Jan 20, 2014 at 17:27
by Vince Smith  
Views: 38,149    Faves: 174    Comments: 29


His bike isn’t the best, but he doesn’t mind. He just likes to ride.


187 Comments

  • + 215
 Wicked. Riding for the sake of riding. Not pulling sick tricks or the latest blinged up DH sled. This is what got us all started. The sense of adventure. The urge to get out amongst it, alone, or with mates and ride. Love it.
  • + 76
 Yea it's great isn't it? I find my self (and some other people) expecting so much from people though. "Yea that's cool you just started riding", then you see the same guy 2 years after and he hasn't progressed much and some of us tend to be so hard on them - "he hasn't moved an inch, but he bought a new bike, heh pimp" We do the same with the pro athletes - "he used to be so good, wining stuff, now he finishes outside the first 10, last race 20th place - what a looser..." let's allow people to just ride - like this kid. Too much judgement everywhere

Cheers!
  • + 28
 pros that aren't winning are by definition..losers
  • + 9
 Yes that is a very true and simple way of looking at it
  • + 102
 Will someone that just spent $800 to save 40 grams on their bike please buy this kid a $1,000 used downhill bike?
  • + 8
 We're not all pros though, pros are definately a minority.
  • + 8
 faith in humanity restored.
  • + 39
 I don't think I'll ever be able to justify a bike upgrade after watching this...
  • + 19
 I used to be this kid! I worked my butt off, purchased an old, used dh bike, and my riding has improved a ton! BIKING IS AWESOME
  • + 3
 Agreed. You said it!
  • + 12
 Its time for Specialized to step up like Giant did for Flip the "the supermarket bike" downhiller from Portugal while ago, Im not saying his riding as good as him, www.pinkbike.com/u/filp
but give him a stumpjumper at least though.
  • + 13
 I started on a bike very similar to this. Although today I have a top-notch sled, Ironically I have the fondest memories on the bike I started with.
  • - 10
flag christianown242 (Jan 23, 2014 at 16:24) (Below Threshold)
 "iF ya ain't first your last."
  • + 1
 His bike will outlast most made today
  • + 4
 His old man must be a good mechanic, lolz
  • + 4
 Websternaw... Your comment was nostalgic. I collected beer bottles for a year and saved my birthday and Christmas money to buy a fully rigid Norco Tango. Now, that bike is at home and my mom rides it.

Such a great video with a mellow soundtrack and poignant imagery; loved it.
  • + 3
 Chuckbike, you got it right bro, don't make em like they used too
  • - 1
 heh pimp
  • + 1
 I loved this stripped back biking vid.its how it all began.simple
  • - 2
 man its just all so perfect....good for him. right on bro. I hope one day you'll have a blingin' kit and 10K bike...but after all you don't care about any of that riiiiigggghhhhhttt?????? I mean you made a video to tell us about how much you don't care about any of that riiiiiigghhhhhhtttt??????

If all you really care about is riding then ride, don't tell me about how much you don't care about what bike your riding because that's BS!!

And all of you touting "give em a new bike" missed the whole point of the story ...he don't give a crap!! and that's punk...but posting a video about how punk you are is not punk at all and therefore he's a poser and your all a bunch of fools
  • + 1
 ya know...Its a romantic story everyone wants to love it, I get that. I started out the same way but please don't tell me you DON'T CARE... I mean c'mon son, it's an insult to the bike industry. I always cared, I always wanted the best/better bike...Don't get me wrong I'll ride whatever POS you give me "IF" that's the only option...but don't ell me that kid isn't itchin' for a carbon Bronson or somfin...JEESH

at least be honest...a better bike annnnnnnd kit WOULD be sic
  • + 81
 flat bars, what a hipster........
  • - 1
 ...gdragon?
  • - 2
 maybe he can aford a better bar or a better bike ?
  • + 1
 10mm rise at a minimum
  • + 0
 can't**
  • + 1
 yeah i saw that earlier Smile thanks Smile
  • + 65
 Your not a real rider if you never grew up on a hard tail !
  • + 14
 The worse bike you started on, the better you will probably be (:
  • + 5
 I grew up on no suspension... riding fire roads and walking trails.
  • + 4
 1996 mongoose threshold. My kidneys hurt thinking about it. Good times on that thing.
  • + 6
 1990 townsend 15 SPEED! fully rigid, canti brakes, 1.8" tyres, bar ends and a baggy t-shirt tucked into lycra shorts. oh yea....
  • + 34
 nice video!!,didn't we all start this way,just wanting to ride,and ride,and ride.way too go!!
  • + 4
 Seriously brought me back on some old trails I used to ride on my Cannondale F300 (still have the frame) - just ENJOYING THE @#$% out of the trails. I mean seriously whoever put this together great job - reminds us that riding is exactly what you want it to be no matter what the bike. I honestly have to say even with a ridiculous rig that I have now some of my best memories were getting lost on my BMX bike as a kid or trailing through the forest on my mountain bike. Oh where the days have gone....now I just hit 20footers allllll dayyyyyyy ; )
  • + 4
 Late to this party, but run what you brung!

www.pinkbike.com/photo/10441551
  • + 1
 @goytay "Didn't we all start this way" -riding clunky old hard tails? Yes. Riding epic singletrack in the redwoods.. Not really. That came much later Wink
  • + 15
 ....it's how we all started Smile
  • + 2
 Fuckin A...he's awesome!
  • + 10
 Seriously Awesome video and rider.

Best way to build real skill when you're young is to ride all the time, and on some shitty bike; very rewarding for the long term skills and bike handling.

The way to have no real skill is to be like all the spoiled 11 year olds I see at the bike park, in troy lee kit and $7000 DH rigs that daddy bought them, cause they watched the latest ant hill coastal video. Pathetic.
  • + 4
 Nailed it. I had a shit bikes tons of them actually my parents wouldn't buy me a nice bike cause they don't have the money, I had to rip apart to fix another one till they finally bought me a nice bmx that wasn't till high school.... a bikes a bike just pretend your on a fancy bike who cares because you could be on a shit bike and ride better then the poser with the TLD unless you can prove other wise.
  • + 9
 The charity of people who want to get this kid a nicer bike is cool to see, but doesn't it kind of miss the point? He doesn't need another bike, in fact the moment you replace his rig is the moment the message vaporizes. If we all had more fun in 'those days' why take those days away from him by entering him into the unending rat race to have the latest gear.
  • + 1
 Yeah, I totally get that. But it'd be nice for the lad to be able to take his riding up a step by getting hold of a better bike. That doesn't automatically mean that he should be thrown a top of the line DH rig - just something that's a slight improvement on what he's currently got.
  • + 9
 Best video I have seen in ages, takes me back to when my riding had an innocence, 20yr ago when I had a Univega rigid mtb with slightly fatter tyres and being happy that I did not crash on the decent, unlike now, which is getting fecking pi**ed when I cant get a fecking corner effin right cause I should on this 2 grand piece of f@#k!g shite
  • + 11
 I bet this kid rides better than half the guys on the trails with the best kit.
  • + 3
 No doubt. He is ripping right now and riding with good flow. Great video and nice work kid!
  • + 10
 Specialized will be sending this kid a bike, i bet my lunch on it.
  • + 5
 That'd be cool of them!
  • + 1
 They should. Would cost them nothing, just part of the promotional budget.
  • + 21
 No. Specialized will be suing that kid for using a Specialized bike in a video with out authorization.
  • - 1
 You guys realize a video like this took money and resources to make, right? I think it was more about the message? That said, the kid probably has a nice setup; he just used this bike to gift us with the 'message.'
  • + 4
 A video camera and iMovie? I am thinking that if I am 15 years old with a beater and an sb66 in the garage plus a friend with a video camera that wants to film me - I am riding the sb66. Just sayin'.
  • + 1
 I think a $600 bike is expensive for a 15 year old much less a $3000 bike.
  • + 1
 Santa Cruz should beat them to the punch with a new bantam or heckler.
  • + 4
 Yeah. I agree. He is riding an old bike cause he wants to give us a message. Grow up man. Why are there so many ignorant people on Pinkbike?

Props to the kid in the video. He is out riding cause he loves to be on his bike. We don't have to have the latest and greatest to enjoy the sport. Most of my stuff is getting older, but it works just fine for me
  • + 1
 If Specialized sends a bike for this kid, i buy one too, promise. But i think this kid gives a damn anyway (at least i think so), makes him much wiser than i am Frown
  • + 6
 VOD ! Just as a reminder of why we are all here! If this kid is really riding this bike all the time then this video is genius! If he has a $3000 bike at home and he made this video anyway............... he is a super genius! Think about it!
  • + 1
 I'm sure he has a nice setup at home. How else would he have the means to finance a vid like this??? All about the message!
  • + 14
 Nah man I am the filmer and I can say that is his only bike. He didn't pay me anything for the video, we just made it for fun to show how he views mountain biking!
  • + 4
 Understood. Cheers to you guys for doing this and cheers to this kid's future.
  • + 4
 Hopefully there will be more to come! Keep it up!
  • + 7
 isn't having fun the only reason why all of us on here play on our bikes? i don't like the 'his bike isn't the best' part of the statement as it almost implies that we cant have fun unless we ride top end bikes.
  • + 5
 Somebody with lot of extra could sponsor this kid a full suspension. I used to do the same thing but had an aluminium frame (UuuUuuu). I even remeber sandpapering the rims to get more braking power Big Grin D Many years later in somewhere in my twenties i rode a used fullsuspension that was on sale on a bike store... It blew my mind what you could do with it and that sparked the hobby again even if i didn't have money to buy that at the time but a year later i had my first fullsuspension which saw intensive use even thou it was winter in Finland allready at that time.
  • + 7
 This could be the best video I have ever seen. This is what it's all about! Just get out and ride!!! Ya man!
  • + 2
 ^ what he said
  • + 8
 All heart with zero fuks given- I like this guy.
  • + 4
 Great video! Keeping it fun! We could learn something from this kid. You don't need the latest greatest sled and gear to have a good time. Way to go kid. Keep having fun!
  • + 3
 Good riding kid. Keep it up. One day when you get bigger you will break those wheels. And on that day, my friend, you should be proud.

The "not the best bike" actually promotes developing flow and bike handling skills. One of the fastest guys I've ever ridden with rode a hard tail forever. Smoked everyone I knew. And the trails were not easy. One day you will be blown away by how much better your new disc brakes are, or how amazing 150 mm of travel feels front and back. But in the meantime, know that you are forcing yourself to be a better rider without those things.
  • + 6
 awesome buddy! Someone get this kid somewhat of a decent mtb, an we will see him in the future!!!
  • + 2
 Most people unfortunate to have a nice bike with the bells and whistles I hated when I was a kid with a bike from Zellars," your bike sucks..."
but then again I could jump it better then kids with the nice bikes.

Only thing what matters is your having fun.
  • + 2
 Heck ya, this is how I started out maybe six years ago and I been hooked ever since. 1995 Steel Frame GT mountain bike. 600 mm handle bars with a shock that just said hard----->soft and some Adidas tennis shoes. Flying down the trails with your best buds with not a care in the world.
  • + 2
 What a shredder! Not a lot of people would be going too much harder than he was on a bike like this without turning those wheels into tacos. I think he's about maxed out the performance on that thing, whoever made this vid should sell one of the lenses on your cameras and buy this kid a nice DH bike! Inspirational ride though, the most fun I ever had on a bike was jumping my Lefty (yes you can jump them) at my local dirt park before getting a DJ and a slope, now it's all about not being that guy who has the nice gear and can't use it to it's full potential. Don't think this kid will have that problem though.
  • + 2
 I was riding a bike like that, until i was lucky enough to get a job and have bikes to rent out. After about 9 months riding them and building skills i was able to buy my Cube Hanzz on finance which im still paying off to this day...
  • + 2
 Loved it so much, pure essence and spirit of riding. My first mtb was an old Peugeot, it was given to me by a neightboor in about '92-93. A fu@&€ing nice present ... Props to him and his love of riding a bike.
Btw, very nice song thoSmile cool edit, thx!
  • + 2
 At first, I thought it was going to be another hipster ironic video. Then, I play it and I'm hit with an authentic riding experience. I'm also stoked on all of the positive comments. If you can get sponsored, turn pro, whatever is your goal, I'm stoked for you. But, that doesn't invalidate another's reason for riding. We validate our own riding for itself. I've met several racing pros who have lost the joy of riding and replaced it with the joy of winning, which sucks because one can ever win enough. There's a big difference between chasing dragons and chasing demons. Riding makes me happy, a better person, and connects me to nature in a way many non-mountain bikers could even understand. Sorry for the rant. But, based on the comments, there are many like-minded individuals out there. I'm happy to see that. Great video kid!
  • + 2
 absolutely connected with this kid. Parents wouldn't buy me a bike so I always borrowed my cousins who didn't ride. By age 12, working at the Western auto sweeping floors and stocking paint saved enough to buy my first 2 wheels. Found a piece of serenity in adventure and exploration. 50 now, retired from a hard life of serving my country for 22yrs and now freeriding and holding onto a piece of serenity and personal exploration. This is a great video.
  • + 1
 This vid is what mountain biking is about.
but……….
Look at everyone praising this kid for just simply loving to ride, when just a handful of months ago Heither Schultz was featured in First Love expressing her love to ride and there was a huge negative reaction, some saying it was a waste of time to film. I'm not going to take the time to see if the same people are posting here and there, or even complete this thought, you get my point.
Nuff said.
Keep Shreddin'
  • + 3
 was that zink on a hyper Smile
just kidding. maybe GIant will give him a new rig like they have for others!! Keep trucking young grasshopper !
  • + 1
 Love it. Kind of makes me wish I could go back in time to age 15 or 16 when I knew f**kall about bikes, but rode my Trek hard tail every day I could. Ignorance is bliss, just riding without thinking about what you're riding is pretty awesome.
  • + 2
 "It doesn't matter what kind of bike you ride"... unless it's a fatbike or 29er, and then you're f@#%ed. Watch out for the pitchforks and torches. (No, I don't own a fat bike or 29er, nor am I against 'em)
  • + 1
 This really takes me back. I used to ride a fully rigid Magna (dpt store) mountain bike at the local bmx track. Later on I stared racing road and could only afford a walmart special. I worked by but off to get some reliable wheels on and took it everywhere. I broke a ton of walmart frames trying out my own jumps too but it was all worth it, so many good memories.
  • + 5
 Kid's smooth! I see a podium in his future.
  • + 1
 Good on you kid. Good posture - knees together and nice n forward. Experience is everything and riding a hardtail as your first bike is an ESSENTIAL experience for all downhillers. Hardtails are capable of a lot more than you think. Check out this clip of Blenki following me down one of our secret trails here in Christchurch . . www.pinkbike.com/video/348240.
  • + 1
 Read about half the comments and this Vid. Of these kid enjoying what we all LOVE is 2wheels ,dirt, adventure . alot of us started this way and brings back those old memories of when we all started or got introduced to this sport and fell in love with the sense of having a great time alone or with a friend/s on a XC.bike doing what this kid is doing getting faster and learning how to define gravity on his bike , this takes me back to 2001 when i started to mnt bike but transition from a BMX to mnt bike in 2001
  • + 1
 I started dh on a Specialized Hardrock sport yep the one with that shitty rst forks and v-brakes . And oh god i had fun on that bike ! I rode it for two years until i had enough money to buy a big hit. I was only 16 years old at the time. I miss those years lol !
  • + 1
 AWESOME RIDE !!!!! I WONDER WHAT SOMEONE HAS TO DO TO GET HIM A NICE RIDE !!!!! actually i think one of these bike company's to send him a bike ! he would love that ! hes already a true rider that loves to ride ! and how much would it cost the bike co ....... peanuts !!!!! anything would be better than what hes ridding ! just think of the PR THE BIKE COMPANY WOULD GET !!!!
  • + 1
 I rode for 2 years on bikes I borrowed fromy friend. Old, 40 lbs hardtails and the like. It hooked me though and in 2013 at the age of 23 I finally got myself a "better" hardtail and slowly built it up.

I'm glad to see a video like this so everyone who got too used to riding $5000+ trail bikes at the local hike/bike/run park can be reminded they don't need the top of the line kit to have fun! I'm glad it reminded me before I became that...
  • + 1
 YES! Has a bike straight outta the 90's and still rides it way smoother than most these hacks on full-sus bikes - and who doesn't love skids! :-D
I sold my downhill bike to get back to basics on a hardtail with no hydraulics and am loving every second of it!
  • + 1
 Always love it when the rare hardtail film pops up, ridden it from my first huffy to the current santa cruz and enjoy every minute. Reminds me of my little brother, still in grade school, gets home, and immediately hops on his version of real world bikes like the one featured and comes in after the sun is down. Usually a hose blasting doesn't get all the mud off of him. Wish I had that kind of time!
  • + 4
 Good stuff, better the kid be riding then sitting on the couch and pounding down cheetos chocolate bars.
  • + 1
 everyone when i was young started out like that, with money you steadely work your way up, i paid for my 1st £2000 bike on a yt scheme earning £40 a week 20 years ago. Now haveing got back into riding after 15 years, i see all these blokes on £3000 plus bikes who can t even ride them! upgrade every year, waste of money, you don t need a pro set up, a sub £1000 2nd hand dh bike is good enough for most people. But hey thats only my opinion, you should be happy on what ever you ride. cheers
  • + 1
 The comment keeps popping up "isn't this how we all started", if only.
Unfortunately there are far to many kids out there that go straight to decent mountain bikes, I don't think that does them any favours.
This kid has got it right, he'll gain all the building blocks he needs on that hardtail and I'm sure of the back of it when he progresses to better bikes, whether he becomes pro or weekend warrior he'll have more appreciation of the sport, the outdoors, the trees and his environment.
Loved the vid, invokes a lot of nostalgia. The Kids are Alright. ( the who), I believe the Children are our Future ( Whitney Houston)
LOL
  • + 4
 We should start a paypal donation fund for cats like this.
  • + 7
 Don't know about that, i can then see a whole bunch of videos on crap bikes coming out looking for money or a free bike, hell it looks like the video was shot on a pretty bad ass camera and im sure it was not cheap.
  • + 3
 I'm thinking like what Giant did for that South American kid a while back. Give it to people that obviously need it and not ones who just are taking advantage of the kindness of strangers.
  • + 2
 I know the kid that made the video and he just has a canon rebel with a kit lens, nothin over $600 but he sure knows how to use it
  • + 1
 What do you know about the young guy starring in the video?
  • + 5
 He's also from our neighborhood, we all have pretty nice dh and freeride rigs and he always keeps up when we ride. He's a little shredder. Deserves a better bike than he has
  • + 1
 Kid kicks ass!
  • + 1
 I'm sure there are quite a few pro riders on here that have a garage full of, 1 or 2 year old badass bikes they got by being sponsored, that never get used anymore that they could hook this kid up with.
  • + 1
 Takes me back to growing up on a mongoose from Walmart and riding everyday just cause. Now I'm bout to drop 3000 on aa bike :O funny how reality shifts. Awesome vid keep it up!
  • + 1
 I started like this. Got used bikes from the shaw brothers. This video truly shows that mountain biking isn't just a fashion show. I think the older drive chain components like derailers are better than the new ones.
  • + 4
 This made me really think about the amount of money I spend on my bike!
  • + 0
 I will put $50 for this kid towards the SE Filth Flyer that Jenson is selling for $499

www.jensonusa.com/Mountain-Bikes/Se-Bikes-Filth-Flyer-Bike-2009

Jenson will you take credit card payments from different PB users until we come up with the $499?
  • + 1
 Awesome video and nice riding! I would love to help this kid out and get him better stuff. We should ask pinkbike to start some kind of fundraiser for him and help him get a nice DH or FR rig.
  • + 3
 That is exactly what I thought, if everyone that appreciated the video donated $1/£1 this kid could have a choice of decent bikes, I am sure someone at PINKBIKE could easily make this happen. Great video, lets get this kid kitted out folks....
  • + 1
 Loved this! Never thought i'd be saying this, but i had a lot more fun on my hardtail then riding my DH bike. And for that reason i'm selling my DH bike and going back to riding a HT.
  • + 1
 great video it reminds me of my first bike my dad got me as soon as I got it I took the breaks off handlebars and put new tires and some kind of big wide handlebars on . well that's what I remember .
  • + 3
 kids say MTB products/components are too expensive

waah....too much carbon/titanium

simple; ride bike

the end
  • + 1
 That was a sweet video. Hell yeah! Just ride, feel it. Who cares what others think. You don't need the newest gear to have a good time!
  • + 2
 Impressed to see that this species exists. I am not alone!! I thought everybody was taking 10 meter jumps..
  • - 1
 sorry, but especially here i don't get the pushing, right at the beginning. there was barely a gradient in that dirt road. why would you push your bike? because the seat is too low? he's standing up all the time on the trai. fatigue? come on...
(note: i hate pushing my bike)
  • + 1
 because who cares. he's probably not trying to WIN anything, or be the best at fitness. pushing is for fun-havers.
  • + 0
 so going up quicker and potentially doing more runs is less fun, ok. got it.
  • + 1
 What an awesome video that's what its all about just getting on your bike what ever it may be and riding. this will be well worth sending a link to any one who dares moan.
  • + 3
 make this VOD... biking is biking, no matter what!! everyone´s own way!
  • + 1
 PROPS DUDE! Your video just made me think of all the amazing memories I made when I first started riding! oddly enough I started on an old specialized hard rock!!!
  • + 2
 one word sums it up "Refreshing"

fair play to him, no fancy bike, just His bike and His style.
  • + 2
 If he keeps using that bike for a few more years,when he gets a decant bike his skills will be inane!
  • - 1
 inane: very silly or stupid, empty, insubstantial, lacking significance, meaning, or point

Maybe he should just stick to the bike he has now..
  • + 1
 Nice video and good riding, glad there are some out there that still ride for the fun of it and there is no better way to improve your skills.
  • + 3
 Nice video anyone know the song?
  • + 1
 angus star....bird on a buffalo
  • + 3
 I remember DH'ing on my old hard tail. Good times.
  • + 3
 Pure and refreshing.
  • + 1
 It seems like this video and rider has sparked nostalgic memories of the good old days of riding mountain bikes. Thanks!
  • + 1
 this makes me feel bad for putting off mtbing untill i can afford the bike i think i want
  • + 1
 This video is rad. Just straight having fun. Wonder where this trail system is?
  • + 1
 Fall City, WA. TKE.
  • + 1
 Faster than Gwin has been this season on a bike costing 1/1000 of the amount
  • + 1
 when i ride my 10yr old xc down the black runs with the DH bling boys i feel great!!!!!
  • + 1
 For Pro's a disturbing bike, for the little kid having fun on the mountain inside of us, It's everything. Hell yeah ¡¡¡
  • + 2
 This is the best vid I have ever seen on pinkbike.
  • + 2
 Keep it up wee man! That's how we all started.
  • + 2
 He can ride better than me.
  • + 3
 Just Perfect
  • + 2
 There are literally no excuses now.
  • + 1
 "If you can't ride what you want then try riding what you have!" LOVE THIS VOD
  • + 1
 This kid gets it. Now specialized should hook a brotha up for the love of the sport.
  • + 1
 Pink Bike get this little dude a bike, I know that you have one laying around somewhere. Do It!
  • + 2
 Somebody please sponcer this kid!!
  • + 1
 Nice Match, the bike=Angus Stones' song writing.
The young fella's a champ.
  • + 1
 simply heart warming and wonderful. Get on a bike and have fun doing it. This has made my day.
  • + 1
 Reminded me of Filipe Perestrelo, but Filipe's bike broke on the end ond the video! Smile
  • + 2
 Riding bikes, so beautiful and simple Smile
  • + 1
 "You ever take it off any sweet jumps?" hahaaa hell yeah more power to this kid and those like minded....
  • + 2
 Best vid ever nice one, Factory Pro-kid you lose! keep it real
  • + 1
 Riding bike with happinest.
  • + 1
 that's what its all about, riding! keep shredding dude!
  • + 1
 nostalgic, reminds me of my beginnigs...
  • + 1
 JERRY ROBIN OF THE MTB WORLD
  • + 1
 That's awesome, reminds me of my supercycle.
  • + 2
 This guys a Boss!
  • + 1
 like you attitude kid, keep that shit up
  • + 1
 Great edit and a kid with spirit pouring out of him like a fresh tap
  • + 2
 tumbs up
  • + 0
 That is winter and nothing to do. Pinkbike just share any hardtale videoes when that is nothing to share. hahaha
  • + 1
 Go for yours kid. Ride for you, ride on!
  • + 1
 His lines are still better than mine.
  • + 2
 Hell yeah.
  • + 0
 Did he not see the sign that said enduro bikes only at the start of the trail? Good riding though kiddo.
  • + 2
 Sick wee edit ...
  • + 2
 that was rad!
  • + 1
 Nicely done. Thank you for taking the time to share the ride.
  • + 1
 I see WA plates on those trucks, where is this vid shot?
  • + 1
 MTB. And literally, at pennies a glass. Who'd have thoughtWink
  • + 1
 Reminds me of myself aged 12
  • + 1
 On point, where it all begins
  • + 1
 Man this is why I ride bikes
  • + 1
 we all share the same passion....but in different level
  • + 1
 Gotta start somewhere! Keep on huckin' bro!
  • + 1
 What a top lad, good for him! That's how real MTB riders are born.
  • + 1
 good video, its the reason i ride too, casue i just like to ride
  • + 1
 Old school ...... but it's very Cool !!!
  • + 1
 impressive,,,
  • + 1
 is that Tokul?
  • + 1
 Ha, thought so!
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 Didn't you recognize the suby on lower ivan...?
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 Riding Tokul Sunday. From week to week it is interesting to see what trails are left unscathed by the logging. On the other hand if it was not logging land it would be developed and there would be no trails to ride. Love that Vince caught not only the location though logging as well. A snapshot at a particular moment it time. Great riding too.
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 Thanks!
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 OG. That is all.
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 Respect!
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 That's pure bliss!
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 Right on.
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 牛逼
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