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New video , 6 minutes of material from 2014 , alot of craziness and stupidity in this one .

18 years of doing trials, still cant seem to escape it , well look at it , it really is fun isnt it ? =p
Do your thing and love it , or go home .

I had a bunch of unused material laying around from a canceled project , and then to make the video complete i used some already used material , and end result is ... well , hopefully entertaining =p

Enjoy Uttrykksikonet smile

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Loved that, just looks like you're having so much fun on the 24!

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That's got me so hyped!

Music edit and riding was at another level. Keep tgs style alive

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Loved that

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Hey thanks man, appreciate it , waiting for your video now =p

Actually this video got myself hyped , hha. I just started riding again from long break because of other focuses . Gotta get back at it . You know its time to get back when you suddenly start to dream about biketrials ;p

As i say in the video, cant really escape the bike =p

That's got me so hyped!
Music edit and riding was at another level. Keep tgs style alive

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So good! I'm just getting back into trials too. Love that bike!

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That was really cool, but I have to be honest with you...

Whilst I didn't dislike the rest of it, only the last minute or so is what I really enjoyed.

I like watching you what you do best, and the last minute is exactly that ;)

That sidehop from the black block is outrageous.

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The riding in that video is awesome!

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Brillant WTF trial video !

That filming/edit is gorgeous, one of the best work I've seen these last months (maybe years) in trial videos.

Looking forward watching your new material.

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bump because this really needs a bump.

4:30 onwards might just be, in my opinion, the best segment of a TGS video ive seen. its on vimeo, as the youtube one was taken down: 

 

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tell you somert TRA knows how to ride!! a beaut of a video!!

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That section is beast but this is probably my fave video from him even though the quality isn't the best with it being filmed a little while ago. Watched the crap out of this back in't day.

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1 hour ago, Herbertlemon102 said:

bump because this really needs a bump.

4:30 onwards might just be, in my opinion, the best segment of a TGS video ive seen. its on vimeo, as the youtube one was taken down: 

 

you f**king nailed that. your right 4:30 onwards is amazing

 

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Beast

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So impressive

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Does he ride anymore? Used to love this guys videos wish I still had them all 

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On 13/05/2020 at 10:34 PM, Ducko said:

Does he ride anymore? Used to love this guys videos wish I still had them all 

Yeah he started riding again recently, still got it!!

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I'm not sure I agree. 

He's obviously really excellent at it, but he doesn't feel like TGS to me. He's too well rounded. Not comp, not TGS - just an all-round weapon. I'd put him and Porter in their own little group.
TGS riders have "something". It's not just the music of choice, but if you look at the big names... CLS, Tunnicliffe and Damon - they all have a particular feel. Partially style, partially attitude, I don't really know, but I personally feel that whilst TRA is very, very good at taps, gaps and sidehops, he's not a TGS rider. (Feel free to replace present tense with past if appropriate.)

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Yeah, I'd agree with that.  That's why it's been interesting seeing the Glasseyetrials clips being posted up of Porter, Bessell and co and a lot of people are talking about it being TGS, and wanting to bring that style of riding back under the whole "TGS ain't dead" banner.  Their riding was almost the opposite of what TGS really was back then.  They just did trials, basically - riding over anything/everything.  Agree with Flipp about the different 'thing' with TGS.  Think it's style, attitude but also spot choice.

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I was watching a few of the older videos a while back and James Porter stood out but I couldn't find anything more recent than 5 or 6 years ago. Curious about why a rider that good stopped? Too many Injuries?

 

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Mannnn why did someone make me think there was a new TRASSASSSINNN video...

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