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trailadvent said:
Heres some movie footage of the Moment getting a good work out

Enjoy, some night footage as well hence some darkness towards the end:thumbsup:

Well done Clark good to see ya back out in the forest working hard:D

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nice riding. good stuff. feel free to mix some music with it to drown out that cackle/laugh ;)
 

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stylie said:
it looks like you fellas have a nice little playgroud there. What is the location? I assume due to the accents you're not in the States
That there be down under in New Zealand... Its a great riding area............... See it here..http://www.bikepark.co.nz

Good footage TA, your a natural on the camera...........:eek: :eek:

Clarky gettign busy on it on the Moment... Great to see...:thumbsup:
 

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Very nice!

There's something about a Kiwi or Aussie accent that makes a person seem like someone I'd like to hang around with. Fun oozes out in every syllable.

A "proper" British accent makes a person sound smarter than I feel, but I don't necessarily get the same fun vibe.

We yanks just sound loud and obnoxious in comparison.

I guess you're riding flat pedals on those skinnies?
 
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That rider is one smooth operator. He could probably huck road bike without breaking it...

Now I have to add the moment back on the list of bikes I might buy next. Thanks alot :madman: !

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Very smooth.

Damn you Trailadvent :) You make me want to switch from my ID to the Moment. I wouldn't dare do some of those drops on the ID.

All that, and still a bike you can do an epic long XC ride on.
Haha yes the Moment can do it all another buddy Momentus proves this every ride, he can XC one day and AM/FR the next 2 sets of wheels helps and fitness is all ya need the bikes capable if ya build it with the right speccs.

That one had a 36 and DHXa proving it can go big with some light comps:thumbsup:

That dude can ride hes not bad, all those were ridding in CB Mallets not flats, key is momentum and big nuts is the real ingreadiant forget the falls its gonna happen ya just need confidence same with the drop its not the drop that gets ya it the fear of getting to it:thumbsup:

Good footage TA, your a natural on the camera...........:eek: :eek:

Clarky gettign busy on it on the Moment... Great to see...:thumbsup:
Cheers bro, we missed ya @ Xmas bummed oh well know yr busy would have been good to catch up next time:thumbsup:

Yeah we bumped into him @ the carpark that was a wednesday night night ride so we all hooked up all good was an enjoyable ride:D
 

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trailadvent said:
Cheers bro, we missed ya @ Xmas bummed oh well know yr busy would have been good to catch up next time:thumbsup:
Yeah sorry bro, was so much happening, thats not to say I wouldnt have wanted to hang out!
 

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Wow, that's some fair amount of work you guys put into those elevated wooden sections of trail, nice.
That's what we call XC riding out in these parts, and yes, definitely, the Moment is the perfect bike for those type of antics. Although I'll have to say my man's seat should probably come down a bit or he'll be gettin' the ol'e bronco OTB treatment one of these days ;)
Anyway, keep at it, that'll be some good practicing for when you make the overseas trip up to British Columbia where if you fall there's no nice flat dry dirt, you'll be landing on nasty rocks, forest debris, and standing puddles of water :thumbsup:
 
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