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This is at Pilot's Peak area above Idaho City.
This is pretty much all playing some back country follow the leader with my wife.
She goes pretty much everywhere and the lipstick sled is doing really good for her.

http://www.gravityworxracing.com/Hel...Media_File.wmv <--- Clicky Clicky

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i wont lie, i wish i had a place like that to ride, that could entertain me for HOURS!!!!
nice vid!
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Need to tip your camera up a cunthair homie.
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^^^
Ya, I noticed that too.
It's my first helmet cam though and I'm learning on it.



Definately. Riding here keeps me entertained too.
All season. There are 7 different riding areas all with in 3 hours of here. I know, it's rough.
Saturday we hit the summits of Pilot's Peak, Wilson Peak, and Coulter Summit.
Not a bad day at all.

Oh ya, Our season ends in probably mid May the way the snow is looking right now.

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What camera are you using?
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Epic Stealth Cam
It's an elcheapo POS
Don't buy it
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There, I did fix the video though. (Now edited to where it was in 1st post)
Never mind the first few seconds,
that was for another site that I advertise on
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