The Ridge from the air.

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Talk' started by Bowhunter, Jul 7, 2012.

  1. #1 Bowhunter, Jul 7, 2012
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2012
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  2. Grantizzle

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  4. FIXED! Brain Fart.
  5. very cool.... looks like someone's engine blew and they are doing a BIG clean up. :sad:
  6. Avboden

    from Wa, living on Grenada (island)
    I Ride:
    1991 XR250L, 2007 BMW F800S, 1999 ATK 605 ESDS/SM
    Just over a week and I'll be riding this for 2 days...can't wait!

  7. This video makes that drop between 13 and 16 look like a gentle slope. Other than that, this is awesome.
  8. Great Vid!8)
  9. Wow, great aerial footage. I just rode the ridge on June 18th and does that footage ever bring back the layout of the track!! I wish the incredible topography of ups an downs could be appreciated from the air---but, that probably is not possible. Great video!! Thanks for sharing it. What date about, was this video taken? :popcorn::popcorn:8)

    Spokane, WA
  10. wow those grass seeds sprouted fast!
  11. Cool video! I haven't been to that track yet. Is there any fencing between the track and the tree line to keep the fury woodland creatures off the track?
  12. Thanks, I shot this yesterday. And yes, there's not a video that shows how sweet this track is. I walked it, and was amazed at how much character it has.
  13. Great video, thanks
  14. Awesome!
  15. Very cool perspective, thanks for posting. The view reminded me a little of growing up when my parents would take me up in their Cessna 150.
  16. k4xbeemer

    Bothell, WA
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  17. JCM5

    Awesome man - I'm training to be a helicopter pilot myself. Definitely going to fly down there sometime....

    And yes, the ridge is freakin sweet. I have a couple on-board videos here, again they don't do justice to the elevation gains. Thanks for sharing this! (Also, what's the story on the pilot/helo. Were you guys hired for aerial photography or just friends with the track owners?)

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