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    Moab 2017-Admiral's Views

    A couple interesting views to start my Moab thread. I wouldn't necessarily recommend this riding position as the landing is not as smooth as one would expect!

    Just for TW-Brian I did a cameo of a certain riding position...as brief as it was


    Taking an artistic approach at viewing your fellow riders...as brief as it was

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    I've seen that one before..! LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    A couple interesting views to start my Moab thread. I wouldn't necessarily recommend this riding position as the landing is not as smooth as one would expect!

    Just for TW-Brian I did a cameo of a certain riding position...as brief as it was


    Taking an artistic approach at viewing your fellow riders...as brief as it was
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    Yikes!!

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    You go to great lengths to get creative, one-of-a-kind TW shots! Ignoring the 'rubber side down' rule opens up all sorts of artistic possibilities. I'd say keep them coming but that might be hazardous to your health.
    Last edited by Elvesus; 04-10-2017 at 11:43 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    A couple interesting views
    The views may have been more interesting if you had your eyes open... (PS your posts are always awesome and very entertaining!)

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    I'm still going through all the photo's but here is one from each day I rode.

    Day 1 - Sovereign ATV/Cooper Ridge Jeep Trail/Fallen Peace Officer Trail/Tusher Tunnel/Mash Potatoe-Hidden Canyon Rim Trail/3-D Jeep Trail/Tusher Wash-Canyon/Determination Tower/Lower Monitor & Merrimac Trail


    Day 2 - Slickrock Singletrack Trail/Hell's Revenge/Fins & Things (North Section)


    Day 3 - Goldbar Rim/Golden Spike (Golden Crack)/Poison Spider


    Day 4 Mashed Potatoe Trail/Hidden Canyon Rim/Dellenbaugh Tunnel/Secret Spire/Crystal Geyser-Rainbow Terrace


    Day 5 - Hidden Canyon/Bartlette Flat/Hey Joe Canyon


    Day 6 - Day Canyon/Bull Canyon/Little Canyon


    Day 7 - White Rim Trail

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    When Kris is out riding without Lori he tends to get nostalgic back to his Jimi Hendrix days and "Kiss The Sky" moments tend to come into play.

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    I appreciate the unique shot of me; but am sad to say that I did not have my video running at the time. You did give me a scare as I was worried of the possibility that you might come sliding all the way back down with the bike pushing you and using you to cushion it's fall. Although not as spectacular; I had many more "off-tracks", "sand naps", and "wall climbing crash/fails" than you.


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    Some guys are having way too much fun!! I won't mention any names, but his name starts with a K!!
    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    I'm still going through all the photo's but here is one from each day I rode.

    Day 1 - Sovereign ATV/Cooper Ridge Jeep Trail/Fallen Peace Officer Trail/Tusher Tunnel/Mash Potatoe-Hidden Canyon Rim Trail/3-D Jeep Trail/Tusher Wash-Canyon/Determination Tower/Lower Monitor & Merrimac Trail


    Day 2 - Slickrock Singletrack Trail/Hell's Revenge/Fins & Things (North Section)


    Day 3 - Goldbar Rim/Golden Spike (Golden Crack)/Poison Spider


    Day 4 Mashed Potatoe Trail/Hidden Canyon Rim/Dellenbaugh Tunnel/Secret Spire/Crystal Geyser-Rainbow Terrace


    Day 5 - Hidden Canyon/Bartlette Flat/Hey Joe Canyon


    Day 6 - Day Canyon/Bull Canyon/Little Canyon


    Day 7 - White Rim Trail
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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post

    Just for TW-Brian I did a cameo of a certain riding position...as brief as it was
    Thanks Kris, I always enjoy your Admiral aerial antics !

    What do you call this one - your no-look, one handed, left leaning, 12 o'clock wheelie layover ? I give you a 9.9 for technical merit (I had to deduct 0.1 style points since I didn't see the landing - but I am sure it was spectacular ).
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    Quote Originally Posted by TW-Brian View Post
    Thanks Kris, I always enjoy your Admiral aerial antics !

    What do you call this one - your no-look, one handed, left leaning, 12 o'clock wheelie layover ? I give you a 9.9 for technical merit (I had to deduct 0.1 style points since I didn't see the landing - but I am sure it was spectacular ).

    I said to myself, "I'm sliding down on my back", and then flipped over in a seated position at the very end of the landing!

    At some point, I'll be posting a "crash compilation" video which several forum members in Moab contributed too!

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