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(HH Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda)

First Friday Filmclub

Okay, Bertie's Gail and the doodz Ma'n'Pa... pay attention! Efurrybuddy else as well, of course. This is the first of a set of three. I think you'll love this - tell me below if you agree! (Am lining up the other two for Sept and Oct, so don't go missing!)

DreamRide from Diamondback Bicycles on Vimeo.


  1. Yes you had my attention!
    Incredible riding skill in awesome scenery. Although I have to say I enjoyed the film even more when I turned the sound off.
    That is the sort of biking I'd prefer to watch from the comfort of my sofa rather an actually attempt!
    Cheers, Gail (who is very much not an adrenaline junkie).

    1. Hari OM
      Absolutely, the sound is optional! I love to watch stuff like this and extreme surfing because I know what it is to do both and also know I could NEVER do what these guys do!!! Yxx

  2. Ohhhh I was thinking about Gail and Carol as I watched this.
    I got a tad dizzy at times I thought a branch would hit me in the face. Very life like
    Hugs HiC

  3. Oh my word, that is crazy, insane, and exhilarating all at the same time. I bet our friend KB would love this.

  4. The OP Pack was right. I'm so glad that I stopped by! I even recognized a couple of those places as sites where I've ridden (although not so insanely!)... I love it!

  5. Makes my momma's daily 90 minute suburban bike ride look like nuffin!

  6. oooh the modern howly man who can bike on da water... wow!!!

  7. my favorite place is through those woods and on the beach.. I am like Bertie, fun if I am sitting in my rocker watching from afar...

  8. Our system is slow today. It wouldn't load for me! Another time!!! xx

  9. WOW!!! I so enjoyed watching the bikers..and oh my, the photography/videography is unbelievable!
    Rosy, Arty & Jakey

  10. My hubby would lovet o have done this type of riding for years. namaste, janice xx


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