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    Hi guys! I hope everyone it's ok! I wanted to share with you my last video, i think this is my best riding video, the one that i really tried my best, and tried to push my riding to another level. And i think i'm happy with it. I hope you guys like it, and i would love to know your opinion.
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    Just put an offer in on a house - I really hope we get it!
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    well after 10 years out of trials and the bike hanging on the garage wall its time to start riding agin some new parts and a freshen up here she is
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    I never stopped wearing baggy jeans lol I wear these now: https://www.routeone.co.uk/products/route-one-baggy-denim-jeans-mid-wash Trying to find men's jeans nowadays that don't resemble girls jeans is actually quite hard.
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    Here's where it started for me... 1997 - pretty much wore my copt of this on VHS out. Can still quote large sections of the dialogue. Bad news Then Evolve absolutely blew my mind in 2000: Didn't watch this as much, but picked up some good tips in 2001:
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    Have you watched it yet?
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    For me during my time the king of drops, gaps and side hops was Craig lee Scott
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    I spotted @Ali C s post on Instagram recently digging up some classic Trials Videos such as ‘Tricks and Stunts’ and ‘Hibernation’ I’ve also been watching videos of Craig Lee Scott and bits of Neil Tunnicliffe. Being new to Trials I kinda feel like I’ve missed this huge decade of progression and inspiration for so many current riders. I grew up riding MTB with videos like Dirt, New World Disorder and the Drop In Tv series providing the inspiration to ride and I want to see what I missed in the Trials scene! Don’t get me wrong, Jack Carthy, Ali Clarkson, Charlie Rolls, Tomomi Nishikubo etc blow my mind but how did we get here?! Where did up to fronts come in? Who was the king of drop gaps? Ryan Leech was a pioneer with Manifesto but who else was at the beginning riding street? I’d love some recommendations for classic films and ‘edits’ to check out to see how the sport has progressed and watch those iconic short films. It doesn’t have to be big titles, even shorts that have some quality riding would be great like Flipps videos. Maybe there’s some of you guys back in the days of VHS!
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    Even worse than that, it's not even a bike site it's one of those sites that lists literally everything, bike stuff, random clothes, household goods, you name it they probably sell it!
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    I was 16/17 when Chainspotting came out so it was what I grew up watching while riding trials on the street. I even copied the whole audio from my VHS to a cassette so I could listen to all the music while riding on my Panasonic walkman, it was just a straight rip so it had all the dialogue as well lol I have it on DVD now so about once a year I watch it.
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    I know there not just trials but a bit of everything. The chain reaction series of films and riders anonymous when I was younger I remember buying these on vhs from halfords and then at some point on dvd I loved seeing the likes of Ryan leech, shawn denny and lance trappe (I think that's his last name).
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    ak-mtb#3 had abtrials section cant find on you tube unfortunately mike bentham ie miketrials trialskings new world disorder 2 fat tyre fury were some of my inspirations / motivators
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    that is the idea of most vaccines, however this one is an RNA vaccine- something no humans have ever tested, nothing long term. Most vaccines have a lot of testing, years... to make sure they are safe. This one, just rushed out...I hope nothing bad happens! In America, so far one doctor has died after taking the moderna vaccine and I’ve seen 4 different folks have some crazy reactions where they can’t stop shaking. Who knows what is real on here ! Vaccine damage can come up 5-20 years later so... all I know is I will not be taking it. Unlike most Americans health has been my #1 priority for most of my 30s and I don’t eat fast food /cocacola etc. Last time I was sick for more than 24 hours has been four years. I now live in the south of good old usa, at the grocery store almost no one has real food in their carts. 48 liters of pepsi and mountain dew, tons of frozen food dinners, tons of sara lee cake looking thing.. many cannot walk and have motorized carts. No one is educated about food, everyone eats fast food... super sad