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Old 09-18-2013, 10:59 AM   #1
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[Race Video] Trail Riders of Houston - Ocho Loco Enduro in SHNF

----------------*******TRH OCHO LOCO ENDURO VIDEO DUMP*******----------------

Professional racer Cody Potts passing me (i tried to latch on). He finished the section in 3:33 and was your overall winner for the race. He's fast! It took me 12:21 with all my mistakes and slow riding.

One of several unexpected crashes.

Due to lacking time this week, here is all of the RAW video footage. I suggest using the photo index. I made thumbnails for every 4 or 5 seconds of video.

Photo Index enlarge in browser:
1. Forward Cam - 01 of 03
2. Forward Cam - 02 of 03
3. Forward Cam - 03 of 03
4. Rear Facing Cam - 01 of 04
5. Rear Facing Cam - 02 of 04
6. Rear Facing Cam - 03 of 04
7. Rear Facing Cam - 04 of 04
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Now I can clear my memory card!

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Old 09-18-2013, 11:18 AM   #2
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CP was definitely flying, I wish I could have stayed and raced with you guys b/c I surely had fun in the early morning round but my leg just wouldn't allow it, and also CP pointed out the fact that my right side fork seal was leaking, I'm assuming I injected some sand in it when I fell down and hurt my leg.

I just received my "seal doctor" from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC so I'll see if I can dig out the sand tonight after work.

You're doing great Cliff, pick up the pace and move yourself into the B class for more exciting speed, you have to challenge yourself, do this before you're forced to do it, trust me, it sucks at first but I'm getting better and faster riding with the A groups.
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Looking good out there! As I watch it I keep thinking "I would have wrecked there, and there, and there..."
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Looking good out there! As I watch it I keep thinking "I would have wrecked there, and there, and there..."
lol and you probably would have with that mindset. It always happens, your last minute thoughts will kick you in the in a hurry. The key is to not focus on what is directly in front of your tire but rather as far ahead as possible.

Cliff did a great job, I've tried following CP at his own offroad course one day, that lasted about 2 turns and then he disappeared quickly, he's a Pro rider for a reason. He rides and trains with other Pro enduro riders every week and can often be found tearing it up at 3P or Rio Bravo.
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lol and you probably would have with that mindset. It always happens, your last minute thoughts will kick you in the in a hurry. The key is to not focus on what is directly in front of your tire but rather as far ahead as possible.

Cliff did a great job, I've tried following CP at his own offroad course one day, that lasted about 2 turns and then he disappeared quickly, he's a Pro rider for a reason. He rides and trains with other Pro enduro riders every week and can often be found tearing it up at 3P or Rio Bravo.
I know I would have. Still pretty new to offroad riding and have to constantly remind myself to look up. It's hard for me when there is debris, roots, and trees to dodge but when I do I wreck less and go faster without even realizing it. Read somewhere the other day about taping a sign on your front fender that says "Look up dumbass". Going to do that on the forest ride next weekend.

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I know I would have. Still pretty new to offroad riding and have to constantly remind myself to look up. It's hard for me when there is debris, roots, and trees to dodge but when I do I wreck less and go faster without even realizing it. Read somewhere the other day about taping a sign on your front fender that says "Look up dumbass". Going to do that on the forest ride next weekend.
The smallest things (roots, limbs etc) are huge obstacles when you're focused on them as you hit them, otherwise, looking beyond them, you'll hardly notice that you just rode over them. Always look for your next turn entrance, or your next direction arrow, while in the turn always focus as far out of the turn as you can, as if you're looking for the next turn entrance. These things keep your eyes up and focused on what's ahead, not what you're about to hit.

I always talk to myself in races, asking myself "where is the exit, where am I going, where do I want to end up, where's the next turning point or arrow?

Just as in street bike or trackday riding, where you look is where you go.
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