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Over the past 4 years I have been trying to come up with new ways to challenge myself not only as a dirt bike rider but as a cinematographer. I have tried racing motocross, I have learned basic Freestyle Motocross tricks, and I have become pretty good at technical trail riding. I know, if I just focused on one thing I could be great at it, but motocross is too expensive to try and be competitive against factory riders, and FMX is very dangerous if you want to take it to a level that is competitive with the best riders in the world. So that leaves me as the average joe rider that just likes to go ride his dirt bike. Well I guess I am a little different than the average joe, but we still share the same passion. Riding.
I have done 5 SOLO Filming Missions so far ranging from the deserts of southern California to the open plains of Eastern Montana. I enjoy exploring new places to ride and love getting creative with the camera at the same time. In this little video I was in Calgary Canada for a freestyle motocross demo when I decided I was going to go ride a freeride spot I had herd of in the town of Drumheller. It had been raining so hard the night before and I was worried it was going to be to muddy. Everyone else thought the same thing so they just didn’t go. It ended up being muddy, but only in a couple spots. It also rained while I was there filming and riding, but oh well, its a dirt bike right?! Here is Solo Mission #5, Drumheller Canada.
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