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WATCH: ‘100 Seconds Of Pure Haulin’ @ss. No Music. No Effects. Mountain Biking At It’s Finest.’

Big air, big stunts, this guy’s got a brass pair to pull this off.

This is the latest installment of a Red Bull series of no-frills videos — no special effects, no music just you, and your sport.

It’s about going balls-to-the-wall for 100 seconds of excellence.

And we love it.

Raw 100 is an ongoing series by Red Bull that features: “100 seconds of pure haulin’ ass. No music, no effects, only the sights and sounds of mountain biking at it’s finest.”

In this installment, Brandon Semenuk obliterates this course with big air and precision. Love the skids throughout. Shout out to the camera crew for the amazing tracking!
Source: TwistedSifter

To get skills like this, you know he paid his dues, big-time.

Bones broken.

Blood spilled.

Bikes totaled — and rebuilt.

It’s all part of what it takes to be THIS good.

You might expect this level of tricks with a skateboard or even a BMX — but this guy is pulling it all off on a full-sized mountain bike.

Wow!

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Why be average? It’s so overrated.

Everyone does that.

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