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This video is from our ride out to Edge Falls. We had thirteen people out for some fun. We got what we wanted. It’s great route of 53 miles and 2200 feet of hills. What made it hard, however, was the Texas heat. At the end it was 100 degrees.
What we see in this video is mile 3. I usually start at the end and move up and get everyone in the first video. It doesn’t always work out since groups can be rather large at times but with smaller groups like this, it’s usually easy.
Not this time though. My friend Sean was in front of me and I just couldn’t get in front of him before the second down hill. Sean and I have worked together in the last several rides so I may have video with him in it. I still have much video to go through, so Sean, be patient, you’re in there somewhere!
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Lord of the (Chain) Rings Part II from James on Vimeo.
Ok, I’ve played enough with this thing already. I need to post some bike videos that have bikes! I have tons of video of rides here in San Antonio with some great friends that I’m finally going to post.
In fact that was the whole purpose of this blog. I needed some place to collect them all. They’re nothing special, that’s why I call them Home Movies. You know, the kind your family forces you to watch when you would really rather be somewhere else. There’s no exotic scenic views, no death defying jumps, no bloody crashes. It’s really just plain old home movies. It’s just a camera taking pictures on the move without me having to do much. Sounds easy, right?
Well there’s a lot more work involved than I thought. Maybe not as much as with still pictures. Those require an eye for a good shot. I have many friends that take great pictures but I just can’t seem to get the hang of it. There’s an art to it that I just don’t have so this will have to do.
I hope you see yourself in there somewhere. If not, and you were on that ride, just be patient. I’ll post one eventually. Like I’ve said before, it may take me a while and you may not get to see it but your great grand kids are going to love it.