Extreme Railbiking Part 1, Life is Like a Mountain Railway, Rail Bikes on Abandoned Railroads.

Extreme Railbiking is about a bunch of fanatic railbikers that have been riding for over 40 years. Abandoned Railroads are scattered around the world. Rail Bikes must be properly designed to be safe. This video takes place on the Camas Prairie Railroad,
now named the Bountiful Grain & Craig Mountain Railroad. Much beautiful nature to see and enjoy while riding.
Music: Life is Like a Mountain Railway courtesy of Valerie Smith and Liberty Pike.

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+2 1. cameramaster commented 1 year ago

Love the idea...but you are NOT getting ME up that high...it's not that I'm scared of heights...I'm just EXTREMELY respectful of them !
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+2 2. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

Wouldn't like all the bike carrying between broken tracks and I'm not sure I would like some of the heights, I would want a little more weight on the small wheel, maybe they need a bag that they could add rocks too and throw them out when they have to carry the bike. Also there were several points on there when personally I would have stopped and moved a few small rocks so the next guy wouldn't have to get off at all. If I really put my mind to it I would have designed those bikes so that they were easier to carry, perhaps with a hinged side section. :)
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+2 3. ringmaster commented 1 year ago

A sweet lady singing to me like that and I go almost anywhere <3
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+2 4. snotraddict commented 1 year ago

Wow, very cool. Had no idea.