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More Brian Nelson Ditch-Banging his '79 el tigre


Rider: Brian Nelson

Machine: 1979 el tigre Cross-Country

Location: North of Brooten, Minn.

Conditions: Lots of snow, good chop/rough for testing the sleds and our backs.

Miles: 103

Fun-Factor: 10

Comments (6):

Rob Hallstrom says:
12/20/2010 9:59:00 AM

John Are you going to run the 500 with the sled in one hand and the camera in the other? You seem to be keeping up with Brain in the video. I'll be pulling for you. Rob
Plueddeman says:
12/20/2010 10:18:00 AM

So how fast were you riding in this segment? And how fast will those old relics (I mean the sleds, not you and Brian) go?
John Sandberg says:
12/20/2010 11:05:00 AM

Rob, I will likely crash enough without having to worry about a camera. But I could imagine your cousin (Joey) demanding that I get video of HIM during the race, so maybe... Pluedy: We were going about 70 through this section. I wanted to pan to my speedo, but I was worried I'd miss that short section of ditch where it got rough. Fun stuff. says:
12/20/2010 12:06:00 PM

Your shadow appears to be passing you.
Joe Rainville says:
12/20/2010 5:05:00 PM

Excellent video John, very steady shooting. Brians sleds look and sound great. Looking forward to two thing: finishing my Liquifire and lining up with you guys next month! What a ride that will be!
Gerry Ose ndorf says:
1/24/2011 9:47:00 AM

How did the race go? Did the sled hold up? How about your body?

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