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legacy of Grafton

Enve rider Logan Whitehead explores grafton

51 Comments

  • + 29
 Enve's logo is a mark of fucking genius...
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 or illuminati...
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 or both
  • + 4
 yeah, that is a great logo, very cool that it also works flipped.. The name change captures it too, Enve is right! better than "Edge Composites".. one day I will own some, rather than just enve those that have their wheels. (for my AM bike, most likely)
  • + 1
 What makes you think it's illuminati
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 And does anyone have prettier bars? I think not. One if the best buys I've made all year, enve dh bars!
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 kroky777 - well there is this book from Dan Brown called Angels and Demons which is full of words written in font that makes them readable if you rotate them 180 degrees, and according to the book such graphics were made by a secret order of "illuminati".
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 The illuminati don't make bike wheels...I'm pretty sure they're busy enough manipulating the stock markets, herding and driving politicians and making you believe that it's fair that they hold over 90% of global wealth by promoting idolism in music and film. Duh!?
  • + 1
 Oh so that's were you get your information from? :-) I just wasn't sure if you were taking the piss or not. Everyone that sees a triangle these days thinks it's illuminati
  • + 0
 Haha, most people have absolutely no idea what they're talking about when they say illuminati. I on the other hand, am well read on the subject, hence why I am quite aware of the fact that it is highly unlikely that the illuminati are responsible for enve's logo or wheel construction lol, Dan Brown is not illuminati, but the reason his books made it into Hollywood is quite another matter... Smile
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 I have done quite a bit of research myself. It's quite scary the deeper you get. That's why I stopped looking. Although I'm always aware of what's really going on
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 U gota keep yr head up, while simultaneously not sticking yr neck out Smile I hear ya, I know enough now to see the story behind the news. That's enough. I do like to press a few buttons in my own way from time to time; adopting their name is one Wink
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 So am I in some sort of danger for mentioning Illuminati? Will they come to my house and open a can of whoop-ass?
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 Probably not. I'd relax. For now... Smile
  • + 12
 "When I hear that trumpet sound, I'm gonna rise right out of the ground" After seeing this I'm gonna rise right outta my couch.
  • + 5
 That was a cool video. I liked the intro. One of the cool things about riding new trails is the backstory on the location. Then you followed up with some sweet footage of awesome riding! That gap alone made me want to ditch work and go ride!
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 ^ this
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 The history behind the trail was my favorite part. I love those old ghost stories about ancient settlements and that kind of stuff! Just imagine how cool it would be to camp out in that town for a couple weeks and ride and explore the area!
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 Super great vid on so many levels! Amazing trail! Got 3 pinch flats just watching and a heart attack on that gap jump ( came out of no where). That ghost town and cemetery was the coolest. Tip of the hat to you guys, great vid!
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 3 pinch flats haha Smile heres a pic of the gap that makes it look even bigger.

www.pinkbike.com/photo/8028855
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 Thanks man, I think the days of hitting those kind of things are far behind me.
  • + 7
 That gap was insane.
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 kyle strait´s..
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 big mountain DH/FR overkill!!! the freeride gods have spoken and they demand........MOAR!!!!! great work awesome vid killer riding and The Black Angels = massive
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 Agreed! Plus Johnny= Supa massive!
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 The amount of rock piled along that hillside to create this trail is astounding.
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 Its amazing that the pioneers built that road out of those rocks and it has stood till today.
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 Awesome as usual, Steve. Nicely done to you and Logan both! Smile
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 How many rims were harmed in the making of this video? Wink
haha
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 None! Enve wheels are so solid.
  • + 3
 Amazing footage. great work
  • + 1
 Well done. Love the flow. You may want to revisit the word "Additional" in the credits though.
  • + 9
 Ha, wouldn't be a real edit if I didn't spell something wrong. Thanks for the heads up.
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 ill be honest i loved that edit but that trail looks so gnarly i wouldn't of minded just watching the go pro footage
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 yeah, pls upload the raw gopro footage too.
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 Those areal shots are sweeeeet.
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 Enves logo is a price tag
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 Cracking video,that one trail for the bucket list!!
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 That gap is sweet!
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 so awesome !!!
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 Wasn't expecting him to be on a enve'd out Giant that's for sure
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 RideOn wicked documentary!
  • + 1
 Well that was awesome.
  • + 0
 Start the video at 2:10 and it's way better
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 I disagree. good characterful into
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 I agree the intro was too long, good cinematography but too long and trying to be too deep... we all came here to see bike riding. Smile

good video though.
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 This trail is so burly
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 Such a good edit.
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 Was that a gopro quadcoptor?

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