Every week we're going to be bringing you a highlight of all the footage we have on our BikeRadar media player. There's everything on there from ride technique footage to workshop tutorials, and some idiotic stunts sent in by our readers.
We'd also like to get you involved too - send us your riding clips from the trail or the road. As long as you don't add any backing music you/we don't own the copyright to, we'll get your video on the player. Send your video files here.
This week's selected video was taken by MBUK's Andrew Dodd [Doddy] on his recent trip to Whistler to get the lowdown on the new Norco range. And this is not your run-of-the-mill helmet camera footage, this was recorded using Doddy's own homemade 'boom' - a wooden construction which helps give a different perspective of the trail.To take a look at the Intense Socom he used while out there, check out his blog entry from before the trip. Go to the MBUK blog homepage to see his other blogs.
Enough said. To see the clip, press play below, and once you've finished with that, take a look at the other videos available on the player. There's something quite mesmerising about these boom cam vids...what do you think?