Bike’s Eye View Of The Stoner MTB Trail

Part of them, that is. Yesterday I finally tested my birthday present (a waterproof digital video camera with helmet and handlebar mounts). Here’s the first results:

The video doesn’t do them justice, but the Stoner trails are really great, especially if you are a beginner or else a hard core rider who wants a recovery/fun type ride. Lots of fun stuff without ever having to work hard. The best part is that if you live in Highland, South Highlands, Broadmoor or anywhere else in Southeast Shreveport, you can ride your bike to the trails in less than 20 minutes without ever hitting a main road.

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4 Comments on “Bike’s Eye View Of The Stoner MTB Trail”

  1. Mom Says:

    Watch out for that log! You are going to hit that tree! Was that a skeleton I just saw?! Stop or you will go right into the water…….probably way more information than I need to know about your rides wheeler. Have fun – be careful – pretty neat gadget.

  2. draftsonyou Says:

    Dude! Cool geeft. Will that mount to the bar as well? There were two things missing from that footage: 1) a “WHOOPIE!!!” and 2) a crash scene. Also, I think that skeleton was rolling a fatty.

  3. wheeler Says:

    about 2, i wish i’d had it on that bmx track.

    i may stage a crash just to see how it looks.

  4. trudeau Says:

    Thanks for this fascinating sort-of stop action movie, James.
    Would like to know the name of the camera, please.

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