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Cli Machx Trail Descent
Adam the had a helmet cam whilst we were up in North Wales, this is some footage from the final descent of the Cli Machx trail, it goes on and on and on and on...

Great fun though...

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It's only on Facebook at the moment, so hope that works unless some clever bod can link to it... Que Steve and the geeks...
Ta daaaaaa.............

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Geek Out.
Looks a great trail... love the soundtrack, what was it...
Mei securis turpe meus vox<br />            
I think I'd be touching cloth at 4:48.

Great video - looks really rugged/rough terrain there - must go!
&quot;BMJBOY&quot; Wrote:I think I'd be touching cloth at 4:48.


I think that's the bit they call the "Eye of the needle".  

More like "head of the tortoise" for mere mortals   Wink
Soundtrack if my ears serve me correctly is Wolfmother, not sure what track though.

I had a nasty crash near the end on that, the roots and rocks are all wet as it's in the shade of the wood and super slippy. It is pretty rough and ragged, they use lots of the natural features, as well as building a lot of it in.

Great trail though, and yes scary at times.

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