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cuzzinolaf 10-26-2009 04:13 PM

Schooled - By Burandt and Rasmussen
 
I just watched this video. Pretty cool and worth it in my opinion. Biggest thing I learned was foot position for when you're in a sidehill.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMTQ-W5qU3c

Dirty_Harry 10-26-2009 04:42 PM

Neat video. You guys watch, that will be me on Skidmark this year!

Triple650indy 10-27-2009 11:50 AM

Mmmmmmhhhhhmmmmmm, right, we believe you there Harry.

Gotmud 10-27-2009 08:37 PM

Fuckin sweet how they lay it over and ride. I'm going to practice my sidehilling this year.

cuzzinolaf 10-27-2009 08:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Gotmud (Post 85213)
Fuckin sweet how they lay it over and ride. I'm going to practice my sidehilling this year.

I LOVE sidehilling. Everyone else looks up and I look across. We'll rip shit up in Tog.

Every try to carve or sidehill with one hand?

Dirty_Harry 10-28-2009 02:56 PM

I cant even carve with two hands lol....

Mud I am going to sidehill the hell out of you this year.

Gotmud 10-28-2009 06:05 PM

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Originally Posted by cuzzinolaf (Post 85217)
I LOVE sidehilling. Everyone else looks up and I look across. We'll rip shit up in Tog.

Every try to carve or sidehill with one hand?

I've sidehilled with one hand but only carved for a few seconds with one hand lol. I'm starting to learn that sidehilling is a very important skill to get to killer riding spots. I'll be practicing bigtime when we get to tog in Jan, not too many big steep hills around here to practice on.

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Originally Posted by Dirty_Harry (Post 85330)
I cant even carve with two hands lol....

Mud I am going to sidehill the hell out of you this year.

Ummm.. yeah we'll see there big boy.:p Don't confuse what I said with I can't sidehill Harry, I've been riding offtrail for a few years. I may not have burant skillz but I gotz some.

Rubi 10-28-2009 08:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Gotmud (Post 85348)
Ummm.. yeah we'll see there big boy.:p Don't confuse what I said with I can't sidehill Harry, I've been riding offtrail for a few years. I may not have burant skillz but I gotz some.

I've got to get to work on the next chapter of The Western Adventure: Deepass Snow and GotMud Arrive. Then the photos and video can speak to "Mudz skillz." Good'ole Mud gotz no problemz getting around in the mountainz.

Actually my photos and video of Mud's trip are kind of sparse. We were just having too damn much fun riding to stop! I hope Mud has some killer footage to add.

The Gerbil 10-28-2009 08:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Rubi (Post 85367)
I've got to get to work on the next chapter of The Western Adventure: Deepass Snow and GotMud Arrive. Then the photos and video can speak to "Mudz skillz." Good'ole Mud gotz no problemz getting around in the mountainz.

Actually my photos and video of Mud's trip are kind of sparse. We were just having too damn much fun riding to stop! I hope Mud has some killer footage to add.

If memory serves there is some fantastic documentation of a tree well that tried to eat him and your new RMK.

Gotmud 10-29-2009 11:52 AM

LMAO that fuckin treewell welcomed me out west good and proper lol. I've always heard how they can suck people in, I didn't think I'd find out first hand on my first trip west lol.

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Originally Posted by Rubi (Post 85367)
Actually my photos and video of Mud's trip are kind of sparse. We were just having too damn much fun riding to stop! I hope Mud has some killer footage to add.

I have a buttload of scenery pictures to add. I have a few good pictures and I believe a vid or 2. You took more than anyone I think lol.

Student Driver 01-22-2012 09:45 AM

I know this is an old thread.
I see the sidehill thing and all here spotted with various mentions of trip out west.

It's the Out West part why I'm talking with you guys on here now.
You guys REALLY need to do a Boise area trip.
I'll show you around some areas that you will absolutely love riding in as well as some that you will absolutely curse my name for even taking you into (scaring the absolute shit out of you)

Gotmud 01-22-2012 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by Student Driver (Post 118465)
I'll show you around some areas that you will absolutely love riding in as well as some that you will absolutely curse my name for even taking you into (scaring the absolute shit out of you)

Maybe I'm a glutten for punishment, but it sounds fun to me lol.:pointlaugh:

Rubi 01-22-2012 01:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Student Driver (Post 118465)
I know this is an old thread.
I see the sidehill thing and all here spotted with various mentions of trip out west.

It's the Out West part why I'm talking with you guys on here now.
You guys REALLY need to do a Boise area trip.
I'll show you around some areas that you will absolutely love riding in as well as some that you will absolutely curse my name for even taking you into (scaring the absolute shit out of you)


That's going to be a tough sell because DCUBA rides the closest to Boise of anyone that goes west, and we're still 5 or 6 hours from where you ride. People that ride IP/West Yellowstone are probably 6 or so, Tog or Cooke are 7, and most on Nutz ride the Snowies which have to be 11 hours from Boise. It would be cool to have a local guide, but I don't know if anyone is going to add half a day more driving onto an already long drive to get it?

Student Driver 01-23-2012 11:43 AM

I get that Rubi-
I keep trying though.

Gotmud,
Ya. It's definately fun.

Rubi 01-23-2012 12:03 PM

Maybe some day we'll come out and ride with you. We're usually out for five weeks or so, so the drive isn't as big a deal as the guys who have 5 days for their whole trip. Gerbil wants to beat the crap out of a guy from Nampa who screwed him on a sled deal, so that's just one more reason to head further west.

fgsacts 01-23-2012 05:29 PM

If Gerbil is guaranteed to kick some guys ass, it may encourage more guys/girl to show up further west.

DirtylilWolfess 01-23-2012 08:51 PM

I'd show up for that.

The Gerbil 01-24-2012 09:35 AM

If it brings everybody together for a group ride then there is nothing stopping me from beating that stringbean douchebag.

fgsacts 01-24-2012 11:05 AM

I foresee the next YouTube hit video in the making.

Rubi 01-24-2012 11:24 AM

I don't know? Gerbil might need some backup. Stringbean's buddy, Porkchop, is a hefty guy. He really knows how to massacre a toilet too. We let him use our dueler while Stringbean was outside lying to Gerbil and we couldn't smell the residual dogpiss on our carpet for days because Porkchop stunk it up so bad!

The Gerbil 01-24-2012 11:26 AM

That dwarf sure knew how to make a horrendous stench.

Student Driver 01-30-2012 07:52 AM

So who is the guy in Nampa again?

Student Driver 01-30-2012 08:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Rubi (Post 118519)
Maybe some day we'll come out and ride with you. We're usually out for five weeks or so, so the drive isn't as big a deal as the guys who have 5 days for their whole trip. Gerbil wants to beat the crap out of a guy from Nampa who screwed him on a sled deal, so that's just one more reason to head further west.

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Originally Posted by fgsacts (Post 118531)
If Gerbil is guaranteed to kick some guys ass, it may encourage more guys/girl to show up further west.

Quote:

Originally Posted by DirtylilWolfess (Post 118547)
I'd show up for that.

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Originally Posted by The Gerbil (Post 118578)
If it brings everybody together for a group ride then there is nothing stopping me from beating that stringbean douchebag.

Shit 5 weeks! Crap you guys need to make a SEVERAL stop road trip to like every mountain spot you ever wanted to see.
I've ridden to the top of mount saint helens and looked down into the crater below. Stuff like that.
Mt. Hood area,
Steamboat, CO at Rabbit Ears pass is just a MUST DO. It was big high altitude dry powder awesome.
You absolutely HAVE to ride mount Batcholer area in Bend, Or.
You are so close to the most giant mountain peaks you've ever sean, it's just sick. You can go to like 6 of them in a day on the sleds.
That would be the trip you talked about until you died.

Stop here for couple days, kick the shit out of some one, go ride, it's a beautiful day.


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