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Just a reminder. 6:00 am PST!

"Wednesday, December 28, 2005, at 9A

Close Up
The Science of Mountain Biking [TV-G]
Take two extraordinary athletes, one an almost superhuman endurance competitor ranked among the top multi-sporters in the world, the other a legend in his hometown of Queenstown, the adventure capital of the world, for his death-defying downhill stunts. Give them the most up-to-date, high-tech mountain bikes that money can buy and send them to the highest city in the world to begin one of the most extreme mountain biking adventures ever conceived."
 

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LJ0913 said:
Just a reminder. 6:00 am PST!

"Wednesday, December 28, 2005, at 9A

Close Up
The Science of Mountain Biking [TV-G]
Take two extraordinary athletes, one an almost superhuman endurance competitor ranked among the top multi-sporters in the world, the other a legend in his hometown of Queenstown, the adventure capital of the world, for his death-defying downhill stunts. Give them the most up-to-date, high-tech mountain bikes that money can buy and send them to the highest city in the world to begin one of the most extreme mountain biking adventures ever conceived."
-i hear that darren berrecloth is going to be on the show. i cant wait for the show. thanks for reminding me, ill be sure to tell my friends down here.
 

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Re: Close Up: The Science of Mountain Biking

Yeah I woke up early and saw this feature on NGC... it was okay.
But man that guy (Nathan) the XC racer kick ass!!! Considering his existing heart condition he did 14,000+ feet, that was awesome. I wish I can do that.
 

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LJ0913 said:
Just a reminder. 6:00 am PST!

"Wednesday, December 28, 2005, at 9A

Close Up
The Science of Mountain Biking [TV-G]
Take two extraordinary athletes, one an almost superhuman endurance competitor ranked among the top multi-sporters in the world, the other a legend in his hometown of Queenstown, the adventure capital of the world, for his death-defying downhill stunts. Give them the most up-to-date, high-tech mountain bikes that money can buy and send them to the highest city in the world to begin one of the most extreme mountain biking adventures ever conceived."
Science - No (no measurements, no theory, no conclusions)
Extreme - No (ideal conditions ...)

Epic - Sort of a long day
Catered - Yes
Commercial for Intense Cycles - YES
 

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Science - No (no measurements, no theory, no conclusions)
Extreme - No (ideal conditions ...)

Epic - Sort of a long day
Catered - Yes
Commercial for Intense Cycles - YES
Agreed! I was sitting on the couch once it was over thinking "That's It!" The only thing I REALLY enjoyed out of it was the views - beautiful area.

I *thought* it was from 2005, but once the program started my info from the cable said 2002. I should have taken the hint from the front rim-brake!
 
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