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bEASTly : Duo Ride On The Ledge | RAW

Patrick Noonan and Austin Orth meet up for a ride in the Mount Washington Valley with bEASTly Volumes Scott Barber and Wild Bunch Photography's Austin Perry.

The Mount Washington Valley is an amazing destination for all outdoor enthusiasts especially for those on two wheels. You will never run out of trails to ride and the technical terrain will challenge the best of riders. Oh and the scenery isn't too bad either...

Shoot/Edit: Scott Barber | www.scottbarberfilm.com/beastly-volumes

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