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The lost footage
"The Lost Footage" by Gears N' Roses featuring Adam Hauck.
This footage of Adam Hauck was shot over the last few years in anticipation of a possible DVD part. Due to a hard drive crash, the footage was thought to be lost forever and would never see the light of day. That is until it was miraculously recovered a couple weeks ago. Adam is currently recovering from a recent surgery on his wrist to repair some nagging problems, so recent footage has been scarce. Once he is all healed up though, you can bet that he will be back riding better than ever and filming for future edits.
So now, without further adieu, Gears N' Roses presents "The Lost Footage - featuring Adam Hauck"
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The Killswitch on PinkBike.com
2011 Black Market Killswitch - Previewed
Check out what the Killswitch has to offer!
- • Black Market’s Hammer Link design with 100mm of travel
- • Handmade from 6061 T6 custom tube set with precision cnc’d linkages and yokes
- • Replaceable nylock nuts and/or threaded inserts at all bolt locations
- • Custom tuned X-Fusion 02 RCX rear shock 6.5” x 1.5” stroke (included)
- • 44mm Black Market cartridge sealed bearing headset (included)
- • Travel - 4"/100mm
- • Weight - 7 lbs. 10 oz. with shock
- • Seat clamp - 34.9mm (included)
- • Seat post - 30.9mm
- • ISCG 05 mounts
- • Black Market Bikes
- • $1399 USD MSRP
|Head angle||69 degrees|
|Bottom Bracket height||12.5"|
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As snow lies on the ground here on the West Coast of British Columbia, the Killswitch remains dormant for now. But keep a look out later in the year as I give the Killswitch a run for its money and a full riding review. In the meantime, let's hear what you think of BlackMarket's 4" travel slope style bike - put those opinions down below!
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Caleb I have been chasing the Wide Open team around the Bay of Plenty today. First stop was Wide Open HQ out the back of Rotorua to meet up with the crew, then we shot through to Summer Hill in Tauranga. Here’s a gaggle of shots from the day….
Wow, what a hectic couple of days it’s been! After a midnight lights-out following an hour or so of banter and abuse dished around the Wide Open and Spoke crews, it was a 6:20am blaring alarm that got us dragging our carcasses out of bed and into action for the day.
The plan was to head from our base in Rotorua over to Cambridge to session Paul Langland’s backyard trail spot. On the road by just after 7am we made an obligatory coffee stop and trucked on to C-town. Once on the Mamaku ranges we were confronted with dark clouds, grunty rain, and gale force winds. Not the ideal conditions if you’re planning on getting your bike off the ground!
After a couple of phone calls we decided to push on to Cambridge and see what we could do. Literally two minutes of driving after making this decision the skies cleared and the wind dropped a little. Once at the Langlands compound the boys donned their pads and hit the trails.
We battled the elements with showers passing through and winds blustering, causing a little havoc with the riders but Caleb managed to squeeze out a couple of decent shots, Peiter got some solid footage and I threw my camera around snapping everything in sight.