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Video: 2013 Another year of #Fail

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Happy new year folks. Following on from last year's video I bring you a new compilation of incompetence .. 2013 Another Year of #FAIL

Enjoy.
(Uncensored .. there are a few choice words)


http://youtu.be/bnO66o2Nwig

Seems that songs by the Cure from back in the 70's are causing issues with the bean counters so .. its also on Vimeo


http://vimeo.com/83113749

Rideeye Cycling 'black box'

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Given other discussions going on around here, this could be a timely project:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rideye/ridey...

What makes this interesting is that it has claimed 12 hour battery life, and records a 1 hour continuous loop which is saved at the press of a button or if the unit detects a crash.

Little heavy at 300g, but it's built to survive a crash and the price is good.

Any backers?

Joey's Ok - Awesome CX Crash

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I know we shouldnt laugh at crashes, however this is a absolute beauty from Starcrossed.


http://youtu.be/bEGAIYKTZ9w

Insane film day episode 1:Skinny

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http://youtu.be/UjKsDkAtvHc

Hi Def available if you double click to watch it at youtube and then chose the HD botton

rough edit of Skinnys stack

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Ok it's a very rough edit but the skinny was hell keen to check out his stack and the boys want a quick look at the road gap


http://youtu.be/QuwCz6VoWnA

Guys stack

http://youtu.be/M9JX2e17ccI

More when I get a chance to do a proper edit of the HD stuff

gazza crash site revisited

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The kicker on the left was where I took off, where I'm stood is where I was supposed to land. Unfortunately I fell short and kinda, urm, well, upside down! The hour afterwards was the most painful of my life so far until a week of morphine in Canberra hospital made me a little more relaxed and 10 weeks off work gave me a beer gut (or was that the beer?) now I have a right arm that wont straighten, bruised ego and less confidence.

Any advice to new riders out there? Don't listen to idiots like me, go hard and enjoy!

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