Take a ride with me …

Here’s a video I put together if you’re interested in my mountain biking adventures!

Jump on board for tonight’s ride after dinner – the downhill interestinger bits, in the dark! Only my second night ride.
I begin a little cautious as I set off down Pitfall … by myself, but soon get into a rhythm as the terrain get increasingly tougher.


Night time mountain biking on kunanyi – Mt Wellington, Tasmania
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Starting off with sweet berms down Pitfall Track, rocky sections through Stumpside and almost carnage exiting the steep, rooty Slippery Hollow to Strickland Ave.
Only my second night ride … alone, so took it a little easy. Sometimes.

Note to self: tilt the GoPro7 up more :/

9 thoughts on “Take a ride with me …

  1. Wow, that was a dangerous, invigorating ride! Thanks for the experience. The camera does need to tilt up just a bit. You say Torch, I say Flash Light. haha! Have a great week!

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    1. Thanks John, that was my second ride today – I went before work – and first attempt filming from my chest. Lesson learnt 😀
      Glad you enjoyed the ride, there’s some great tracks very close by 😛

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    1. Thanks, I was brought up with mini and trail bikes but haven’t ridden them for years. Though different techniques are used, the feeling through the tires is similar. It’s amazing how quickly it comes back and the confidence grows with every ride.

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    1. Thanks for watching, glad it had you on the edge of your seat! I’ll do a daytime one soon with the camera tilted up some more, so you can see the lovely Tassie bush roll by 🙂

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