Broc Tickle shows you the fast way around Steel City, and adds some tips on what it takes to do well.
8/31/2012 1:58 AM
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9/1/2012 5:16 AM
I always wondered why the Pro's never used the chest mount for the GoPro....now I know why!! still a great video though.
8/31/2012 7:28 PM
That was an awful camera angle. Geez.
8/31/2012 4:41 PM
i just got up from the computer after watching that and fell over.... lol. nauseating to say the least. I love the insight voice over the video tho. that part is great. good stuff GB either way.
8/31/2012 12:52 PM
I agree and I disagree sbarrington. It was a little nauseating, but it also showed the elevation change of the track much more, and how much the bike lays over in corners and over jumps more. The riders do such a good job of keeping their heads still that helmet mounted cameras end up looking tame. But in this vid, you can see just how much they're manipulating the bike under them.
8/31/2012 1:57 PM
That was why I went that route this week. You definitely get more of a feel of wht the rider and bike are up to, rather than just floating through space.
8/31/2012 2:42 PM
Yeah exactly, that's why I dig it GuyB. The whole point of these cameras is to give the person watching insight into what's going on. The view isn't perfect, but it really shows how skilled and talented these guys are. The helmet cams not only make it look easy at times, but can end up looking downright boring.
8/31/2012 10:15 AM
sorry but that view sucked.