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    Old MTB Sequence - Film - 2001

    I shot this with my EOS 3 back in 2001. That means each piece of the sequence is a separate scan. What a pain in the butt! But this was a big, sketchy line and it was worth the effort. Ryan "Beavis" Finney here was just out of high school, if I remember right. He is one of the best riders I've ever known.

    Sorry about the image quality. I don't know where the original files are and someone just e-mailed this to me. It's too cool not to share, though
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    Re: Old MTB Sequence - Film - 2001

    That is a very cool picture.
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    Re: Old MTB Sequence - Film - 2001

    Quote Originally Posted by DGK*CRONE
    That is a very cool picture.
    You don't even know. There's so much history in this photo. Beav is the only person I ever saw hit this and the two guys who basically developed this spot are dead. This photo means a lot to me. Glad you like it
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    Re: Old MTB Sequence - Film - 2001

    with that said... there is no need to apologize for the picture quality. the fact that the rider is fresh out of high school makes me think he is one tough SOB
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