With a brand new Go-Pro set-up, I saddled up for a smooth ride with the same steed that threw me to the ground, the (semi?) trustworthy Ibis Mojo HD 5, hoping for a better experience than the last. For those uninitiated…
Some say that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results. I’ve never thought of myself as crazy, and I’m luckily proven right as this bike provided nothing but a solid ride down a Bellingham classic, Unemployment Line.
Did you notice the camera seemed any different? Having a new GoPro set up provided a slightly different view from previous rides, and ended up doing its job well. This isn’t my first rodeo with the trail either, as Nate and I have ridden through before. For those double uninitiated…
I can understand why the trail gets its name, an easy feeling to give up your day job and mountain bike full-time can rise when crossing through. Lots of flavors wafting up from the soup kitchen provide a huge whiff of the great outdoors. The trail flows smoothly, so there must be a lot of job openings.
Here are a few affiliate links to the Go Pro I’m using.
- Karma Grip: https://amzn.to/3hoVYgo
- Hero 7: https://amzn.to/2FrEeUw
- Hero 6: https://amzn.to/32s1OJG
Big thanks to these guys for making this all possible! Any purchases from these links will directly help support my channel as well:
- Jenson USA: http://bit.ly/JensonJKW
- PNW Components: https://bit.ly/PNWcomponentsJKW
- Industry Nine: http://bit.ly/IndustryNineJKW
- Kitsbow Cycling Apparel: http://bit.ly/KitsbowJKW
- Kali Protectives: http://bit.ly/KaliJKW
- Ibis Cycles: http://bit.ly/IbisJKW
Jeff my man, thanks for keeping the stoke. I’m 51 and still beefing it up here in Northern Utah. Got 4 new stitches riding my Mojo4 at Deer Valley Resort in Park City. Keep it up.