Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Video from the 1st Annual Berthoud Pass Skibike Race

Video from Saturday's skibike racing down the 7-Mile run on Berthoud Pass are starting to filter in.

The course had varying degrees of difficulty. It ranged from deep and steep powder to nearly flat forest service roads. Listening to the participants the number one obstacle were the many tree branches.

Skibikers could choose from a number of lines to take down 7-Mile. It appears that the favored lines had the most tree branches.

In Eric's video, the tree branches slap loudly against his full face helmet. In all, it was a fun time.

The shortest recorded time to descend the length of 7-Mile by skibike was just over 10 minutes by Devin Lenz. He fell twice in the process.

The video also captures the skibikers hucking off the jump that Devin built at his shop.

Video by Eric Internicola

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