Here are two small clips that I shot with my Sony TRV30 video camera. They are both from a spot near Manchester State Park up along the Northern California coast.
There is a channel between the mainland and the rocky flats along the ocean. Water collects on the rocks then flows down into the channel. The flow of the water changes as waves enter and fill the channel and then release.
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I shot some helmet cam footage of the Downieville downhill course. The course runs down Butcher Ranch, Second Divide, and then First Divide.
2002 Butcher Ranch Trail (Clip 1 of 4)
The flat fire road section at the start of the trail. This is the section that requires a lot of pedaling during the downhill race.
WMV 7.7mb | MOV 3.5mb
2002 Butcher Ranch Trail (Clip 2 of 4)
The transition off the fireroad into the first sections of single track. Not that steep yet but with a few rocky sections.
WMV 7.3mb| MOV 3.9mb
2002 Butcher Ranch Trail (Clip 3 of 4)
Single track continued with faster sections.
WMV 7.7mb | MOV 8.25mb
2002 Butcher Ranch Trail (Clip 4 of 4)
The rest of the single track down to the bridge. This has fun steep fast sections. Probably the best part of the trail.
WMV 7.8mb | MOV 8.6mb
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