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Video: 1 Lap at Daniel Boone MX: London, Ky

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Is that you riding? If so, you didn't look too bad at all!

If you were filming, not bad either! :cry:

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That's me ridin, I'm 35., started riding again in 2000.

Rode alot in my younger years.

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What you talking about jsmith811..

That was darn good riding and great video :cry:

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Yep it's me, if you know the track you will notice I didn't hit the two tables which is 100' gap about 2 jumps before the 3 doubles in a row, which they call the super6. My morgage payment keeps telling me not to hit it.

I'm workin on smoothness..but when I watch the video it looks like I sit down way too much.

and..Thanks for the ego boosting comments.. :cry:

I was surprised the video compressed so well.. it started out about 900 megs.. for you new video makers.. I simply loaded the .AVI file in windows movie maker.. cut the length down to 1 lap which was about 2mins.. than saved it using "Video for broadband 512kbps" it then compressed all the way down to about 7 megs. Then uploaded the 7megs to the web.

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not to shabby, your good on the track, i wish we had tracks like that where i live, that was siiiiccckkk and i wish i could ride on a track like that by myself like you were, where i live it is always packed at every place to ride, makes it hard to practice that way

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KTM Scrambler..Your from CALIFORNIA !!! Isn't that the MX capital of the world? You've got Tracks, Sand, Desert? What part of Daniel Boone is it you like so much? I like the elevation changes & enjoy the track alot, but it's basically one of the only places I have to ride without driving 1-3 hours. Then we have winter to deal with to.

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does anybody triple triple that set of doubles

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Triple / Triple.. YEP.. I've seen it done(Never ME), it's cool you noticed that it is possible, I actually have a video of that very thing, but it's from my digital camera.. You can usually see it during the four stroke nationals, they hold one round there at DBMX.

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KTM Scrambler..Your from CALIFORNIA !!! Isn't that the MX capital of the world? You've got Tracks, Sand, Desert? What part of Daniel Boone is it you like so much? I like the elevation changes & enjoy the track alot, but it's basically one of the only places I have to ride without driving 1-3 hours. Then we have winter to deal with to.

ya but that track was sweet! we have alot but where i live its kind of a drive also, that track looked like it was well maintained and some tracks over here arent taken care of regularly

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I'm from central California and yes, there are a lot more tracks here than some other places... but there's a lot of SAND on the majority of the tracks. I would give anything to be able to ride a nice DIRT track every now and then.

The flip side of that is most riders out here could probably eat up most eastern dirt riders on a sand track (ala southwick).

But I would still love to have a REAL dirt track to play on... :cry:

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Wow I didnt know they relocated DBMX to Cali. Looks like the dirt really sucks there. Have you ever had your bike get dirty?

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The ridng and the video look great. That track looks like fun. :cry: :cry:

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Ditto on the standing up more. Not that you really need to on that nice smoooooth track! How do you get a track all to yourself? I wouldn't mind that every once in awhile but sometimes it helps when you get to chase a faster rider around.

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