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Continental: Up from the Slate

Great trails and an all round joyful day had with the 2 of 3 from Team Continental. Rob Scullion and Mike Inman looking quick and on form for this year of gravity based enduros here in the UK, crazy how they manage to find time to train around their full time jobs. - Laurence CE -


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 y cyfnod du dwbl mor arw fel moch daear mĂȘl ass ....... Antur sintog yn awesome gwlyb neu sych ddiwrnod anhygoel allan,,,, recommeded iawn,,,,,,,

those non Celts translated ,,,,awesome day out the DD black is a shredder ,,,highly recommended awesome place and its going to grow ,,,,,
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 Great video, nice location! You have the most flowy camera pans ever, it makes the video so much smoother.
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 Wow! Wales has some amazing terrain/scenery.
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 what makes it smooth is the fact that they're riding on a downhill greenway
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 Obviously you haven't been there. Antur Stiniog is not smooth at all. It's pinch-flat city and I've loosened a few bolts every time I've ridden there. By the way, this is the "Red" trail. You should try the "double black" if it's too tame for you.
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 Agreed, the Red is rather flowy, yet it can shred your rear wheel pretty fast when you're not looking ... The double black, well the 5m visibility was a bit poor for me to try it ... the black was already a nightmare in these conditions Big Grin
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 where abouts is this please, great vid!
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great ride! defiantly worth a pop Smile
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 Great trail! Name of the song?
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 Nice! Looks so fun.

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