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92 comments on “How NOT To Ride Wall Rides.. 😬

  1. Awesome ride πŸ‘ŒβœŒοΈ πŸ”πŸš΄πŸš΄πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸš΄ πŸ’ͺπŸ”πŸ“ΈπŸ’―πŸ™πŸ™βœŒοΈ

  2. 😜🀘🀘🚴 Great Stuff Eric and Yuka 🚴🚴🚴 great job of your friend Eric Sending it's 🚴🀘🀘

  3. You @bcpov and @vangirlyuka are improving greatly in your riding! It’s exciting to see, as I’m learning myself. Seeing someone so experienced continually improving keeps me motivated!
    Also, what happened to your other sponsors?

  4. You should come down to Sault Ste. Marie Ontario Canada we are border towns with Sault Ste. Marie Michigan and we have great riding and lots of trails

  5. Well done! I really liked the opening of the vid with the 3D map of the mountain/trails. Tarantula (the wall ride) is such a fun trail. Really enjoyed watching Eric conquer that chunky section too. That guy really conveys the emotion we riders feel when we accomplish something new or conquer a section that just gets in our heads.

  6. Thanks for visiting! Glad I got to ride with both of you! We will meet again, hopefully in your neck of the woods πŸ˜‰

  7. Oh man, I wish I'd have known you guys were going to be in town! My son and I were there the next day. As for the wallride, it has bested my son many times. For anyone reading, it's very easy if you get on it early (I typically ride right over the star). Glad you guys had fun at our little bump of a hill here in Texas πŸ™‚

  8. As someone who loves watching your videos but has never actually mountainbiked, what is so challenging about 7:40 compared to other stuff u guys do? Those jumps look way more scary!

  9. Honestly Eric, putting aside the awesome storytelling, editing and ride progression. How you represented No Front Breaks was very tastefully done. Great work dude.
    -Sam

  10. hear them whine about too little height, here in Holland we don't know any height or bike parks. Still love your vids though

  11. Your graphics, editing and video recording are really a cut above. There are a good many MTB YouTube folk who could take a lesson from you and Yuka. Thanks for the entertaining and informative content.

  12. Since you travel so much. How you do maintenance to your bike, wash, lubing etc, you do it yourself or just take it to the closest bike shop?

  13. I've been watching your guys vids since last summer before I had a mountain bike. I'd love to ride with you guys if you're making you way over to Socal!

  14. I live North Shore on Montreal (my friend spoke to Yuka when you guys were at Sentiers du Moulin Qc but I wasn't there) my local bike park is 24min away and is about the same as Sugarloaf you have been too.

    Still good fun to be had there espacially the season pass is 300$ and considering the day pass is 45$ and i go there 13-15 times during the season, I am pretty happy to have this place to keep improving my skills.

    Turning 43 next month heading on my 4th year riding. Really hope I can progress more. Damn injuries I don't heal as good a before haha

    I wanna do that King Kong drop πŸ˜‰ oh and Sugar daddy was so fun we did it about 8 times that day.

    Was my 7th day of my 8 days road trip in the Quebec area (2h30 driving distance).

    I blew my rear shock and rented a Kona Operator. First time on a DH and wow.

    At the one point i had to stop cuz I had too much of a hard time getting off and on the bike cuz I had cracked my ribs on day the of the road trip haha

  15. Colorado is pretty sweet but right no it’s all snow but the snow is tons of fun you should check it out some time. It looked like you had a good time I love your videos

  16. That "white whale" feature is a totally different animal when it is very dry. Becomes EXTREMELY dusty. This past summer I was trying to slow roll and look at it but I literally couldn't stop the bike. Wheels locked sliding at like 3 mph just slide slide slide slide.

  17. Check out Tom Steed in Snyder Oklahoma if you want some torture. Lol. There is a race that I'll be in on 2-23-20 also.

  18. Go to Alabama oak mountain it’s pretty technical and big in Hoover Alabama not to far from Texas…called oak mountain I also wouldn’t mind showing you around on some of the trails there if you plan on going comment down below and tell me when and what day at what time I would be honored to show you around I think you would like the trails hit me up down below and tell me if you are going thanks

  19. Wow! We got to see someone conquer their fear and move onward in their skills. Way to go, Eric! You're going to have a new subscriber in just a couple of seconds.

    By the way, Mr. BCPov, I am having a hard time watching your videos as NOT envisioning Mark Rober playing the part of you. You sound JUST like him. Haha! (that's a good thing – I like Mark Rober)

    Stay upright and keep the rubber side down!

    -Brian

  20. My wife and I built that b line down the wooden drop! Sweet trail for sure! If you get go of the brakes down the rock rolls it's a lot smoother! Sweet vid!

  21. Can I please get your old bike because I want to get into mountain biking but I don't have a mountain bike or moneyπŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€™πŸ€™πŸ€™πŸ€™πŸ€™πŸ€™πŸ€™πŸ€˜πŸ€˜πŸ€˜πŸ€˜πŸ€˜πŸ€˜πŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ€ŸπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²πŸ€²

  22. Cool stuff as always Eric, your really turning your channel into a quality TV style program. Your attention to detail is inspiring, always a joy to watch… cheers BCPOV!!!

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