Thursday, 13 May 2010

local trails and the log o doom

Didn't quite get the hopping dialled enough to take on the log o doom and didn't want to snap my Ibis Hakkalugi or stop with my face (as Marty so beautifully put it) in the process. Will keep practising those hops though - log o doom, you will be mine one day!

14 comments:

Dean said...

Fantastic!

Beautifully shot, gorgeous trails and very well ridden - love the moto styling :^)

Better go for a ride...

VeloCake said...

Ermmm...Wow.

Who needs 26" wheels, hella impresive.

martysavalas said...

that's awesome!

Gordymac said...

Super smooth and skills over the tree, That must have taken you ages to film, one sure way of keeping fit though ;o)

velopest said...

attaboy...
100% awesome

chrisD said...

beautiful, you're a lovely man.

Markdubya said...

Awesome Mate, ya some boy Andy.

andytrailfettler said...

wow, thanks for the very kind comments.

Gordy - no assistant unfortunately so lots of backwards and forwardsing and inquisitive looks from walkers.

Owen said...

have thoroughly enjoyed this vid two or three times now. do you mind if I repost it on my own blog? would give links back to the VCM of course and credit to you as the rider/author.

cheers Owen

andytrailfettler said...

Hi Owen - yep, no problem at all.

cheers, andy

Owen said...

many thanks andy, will post in the next couple of days

badger dave said...

cracking vid and i think your trials attack on the log is pretty amazing!

Parky said...

Great Video. Must have taken a while to shoot and edit but the result is excellent. What camera did you use?

andytrailfettler said...

Hi Parky. Thanks! I used a Lumix LX3 on WVGA mode (848 x 480 pixels, 30 fps, 16:9 aspect ratio), mostly on a tripod. Cobbled together with Quicktime 'Pro'.