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Ballsy Driving On Snowy Mountain Top

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  1. so u sayin dat ridin on a hill the helmet doesnt move..by d way u must hav studied in gud scool..im impressed wid ur manners mann..gud luckk..i didnt mean to offend u

  2. The weels are so clean….. There is no dust or snow falling, jajajja ultra fake, by the way, even if the camera is well fixed, is strange the stability, also why is not published the climb? Don´t be stupid

  3. @nortonvonwerl, @ProudHumanist and other believers that this is fake. The camera is attached to his helmet, the helmet moves in relation to the bike as it should. Unfortunately since you probably never have owned a Gopro or done any action filming you wouldn’t know this otherwise you wouldnt take the time to make a completely uninformed response. Sometimes its better to say nothing, just sayin.

  4. i think its fantastic that there are people in this world who can take the time and enjoy life with their talent and creative minds. i simply envy you… you deserve a kiss

  5. i think its fantastic that there are people in this world who can take the time and enjoy life with their talent and creative minds. i simply envy you… you deserve a kiss

  6. i think its fantastic that there are people in this world who can take the time and enjoy life with their talent and creative minds. i simply envy you… you deserve a kiss

  7. i think its fantastic that there are people in this world who can take the time and enjoy life with their talent and creative minds. i simply envy you… you deserve a kiss

  8. Very impressive and absolutely real! Not the real „skinny ridge“ in junction west of there a couple miles. Great vid notice he has studs. That makes this possible. Adobe mud under snow is slick like snot. I willing to bet this is a cold day or early in the morning. Try those studs early in the morning on some good spring crust on the Mesa. The world becomes a paved dirt bike park!

  9. Very impressive and absolutely real! Not the real „skinny ridge“ in junction west of there a couple miles. Great vid notice he has studs. That makes this possible. Adobe mud under snow is slick like snot. I willing to bet this is a cold day or early in the morning. Try those studs early in the morning on some good spring crust on the Mesa. The world becomes a paved dirt bike park!

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