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Cdoogles

Quick vid behind my 22 MXZ

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40oz

First of all - "nothing too exciting" quit being so modest. That was awesome

Second - Arctic Monkeys Rock, love that song

Third - that toeside indy backroll was sexy!

Edited by JIMJOM

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wakedncsu

I can't too see your exciting videos. Post those up now!!!

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TURNITRED

Respect, great riding, great edit.

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Bawshogg

Such the "MAN DIME" Doogles! Nice work .

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Cdoogles

Ha ha. Thanks everyone. The edit was put together by one of my riding buddies, Brendan. He is almost done with his end of season edit and when he does I will post it up so you can see what I have to compare my riding to. He is ten years younger and makes this stuff look soooooo easy!

Sent from my XT1060 using Tapatalk 4

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black06VLX

Very nice riding. I need guys like you around my area to ride with.

Well done!

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crashleroux

Thanks. Man for simple and modest I've got work to do

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Indyxc

Awesome riding dude.

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Durty_Curt

all I can say is... I love those grabs to late blind landings.. RESPECT

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Pnwrider

Nice riding! Bonus points for no spray gate ;)

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Levi900RR

I wish I could do that

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PSchenk

Great riding! I'm having so much trouble with my blind landings so props, you make it look easy. What weight setup are you running on your boat? I have a 22 coming in October with the 4 hard tanks, 750s pnp and the 1100 bowsac with a 450. Just wanting to get an idea of how big the wake will be!

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Cdoogles

Great riding! I'm having so much trouble with my blind landings so props, you make it look easy. What weight setup are you running on your boat? I have a 22 coming in October with the 4 hard tanks, 750s pnp and the 1100 bowsac with a 450. Just wanting to get an idea of how big the wake will be!

We were running 23.8, wedge at 2-3 clicks, all stock ballast full, 750s in the rear, 750 in the aisle way, and another 750 in the bow. It's a world class wake when you set it up that way.

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Cdoogles

Here is another edit...this one of my buddy and fellow CWB team rider, Brendan Leib. His family has a sweet LSV that throws a huge wake as well.

This one shows how easy things can look :)

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TheKiwi

Awesome videos! I'm just amazed at how you manage to sit in the water vertically with your board on. My legs immediately float to the top so im on my back hahaha.

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Cdoogles

Ha ha! People always seem to struggle with that. For me it is a necessity because my board floats more than my vest.... If I let my board float up my head will go underwater!

Sent from my XT1060 using Tapatalk 4

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Love2Ride

Killer edits! Love to ride with you guys one day!

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JohnnyDefacto

great video, love the edit and music.

What camera was that shot with, the picture is incredible.

And Kiwi, do you use a comp vest or coast guard pdf? pdf's float more and makes it more difficult to sit over your board like that, a comp vest is easier to do it in and just like cdoogles says, you will nearly drowned yourself in a comp vest if you dont do it like that.

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