PINNED the mountain bike video DVD widescreen single disc. Pinned follows the riders on and off the racecourses tearing up their favorite trails. Special highlights include Chris Kovarik at Lake Elsinore and Steve Peat, Greg Minaar going head to head in the final runof the dual slalom at Sea Otter. With multiple HD cameras covering the races and the trails, you won’t miss a moment of action. Locations featured: Angelfire, Aspen nationals, Southridge Winter Series Fontana Nationals, SeaOtter, Vegas 4x. Riders: Chris Kovarik -Chris Shewmake - David k Evelio «Evil» Suarez -Ian Odom - Steve Wentz - Szymon Kowalski!
from los angeles ca. u.s.
Date Reviewed: November 15, 2009
Strengths: Good action from up and coming riders and some top pros. Follows the local race scene in socal and a few bigger events in the U.S. And a great segment with Chris Kovarik tearing it up in socal!
Weaknesses: Not really any weakness. Some of the music was not to my liking but it wasn't bad. Its a bike video not a music video.
Good all around bike video. Its this company's first release so I expect bigger productions from them down the line.I would recommend it for sure. It does have some of the best footage of Chris Kovarik that I have every seen. So that alone makes it worth it. That guys an animal. If your like me and just like watching videos when you can't ride then get this video. Its not loaded with interviews. And there's no cool cable cam shoots or anything to tricky with the camera. It's just an old school style video with lots of riding.
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