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Elliot Davis is a frequent contributor to Unofficial Networks and when he sent me his buddy Daniel Riley’s bike edit from last season I was sure it would be pretty damn good. A great mix of dirt jumping, trail riding, bike pushing and Fall foliage tossed with a heavy dose of Dub-step make this one worth 5 minutes of your work day. If you ride a lot in Utah you will recognize most of these features and it will get you pumped for next month when everything is all melted out. I want to check out this RC helicopter cam they have! Nice work guys!
My friend Daniel Riley who will be a senior next year at Park City High School has a high quality media production company called Stratus Productions. He films a lot of dirt jumping and dh which is why he just posted his 2012 biking edit. It features shots of I-street, Park City Dirt Jumps, Canyons, and some local Park City freeride trails. The riding is on par but the production value is amazing. And yes, some of those incredible shots are filmed with a RC helicopter.
I know it is Winter, but there is no good snow in Utah right now for me to make a worthwhile video for you. Fortunately, I came across this video of some crazy f*&king guys riding the nuttiest single track/hiking trail I have ever seen. I am thinking Nepal or India is the location. If anyone knows where this is let me know. It reminds me of new Unofficial Networks writer/King of POV Andrew Whiteford’s bike edit from Southern Utah, except 4.57 times gnarlier. What do you think A-Dub? Wanna shred this one?
The edit is a little long and slow paced, but the exposure here earns these guys the big balls award of the day in my book. The gnar starts at 0:22 and is pretty continuous from there.
There were some casual bets thrown around last month as to when the Wasatch Crest trail would be ridable this year. Many people thought it would be at least August. Those folks, myself included, were wrong. The Crest is in Super Prime condition right now! So stop making excuses and get on up there this holiday weekend. (For all non Utah readers this next Monday is a made up holiday here called Pioneer Day.)