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#1 2011-08-22 7:42pm

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Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

We left Calgary about 9:30 AM to be a little early for the 11:00 AM start and pulled into Bowness a little after 10:00 AM.

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We seemed to be the first to arrive so we pulled our bikes out of the truck and took off for the bike shop we spotted on the way into town.  This is all I could see from the outside so I wasn't expecting much.

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When I walked through the door I said "Holy Cow!" and could see several sales people turn and look.  They must get this a lot as this place is deceivingly huge inside!

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They have a nice BMX section but said they were at about 10% stock since it was nearing the end of the season.

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We headed back down to the coffee shop where we were supposed to meet everyone and people were starting to arrive.  More autographs were given between sips of coffee.

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I got my bars autographed be several on day 1.

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Even on the third day no one seemed to mind posing for more pics.

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This was a nice originally owned rider that showed up that morning.

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I'm guess the pack was 60-75 on day 3.

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First stop was near the river where Becky throws the newspaper to the guys fishing in the boat.

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Off to spot number 2.

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Jamie Clarke joined the ride.

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We reached the 7-11 and our mob filled the parking lot.

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A lady customer came out the front door and was so flustered by the large crowd she didn't know what to do.  I could see her lips mumbling "What the ???, what the ???" as she turned left, then right, then left.  She eventually made a bee line for her bike and peddled away. lol

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The next stop was in front of the house where the old man says "Porch!  Can't you make it on the porch?!"

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When we rolled up this girl was just parking in the driveway.  She was a little bewildered at the large crowd of bikers and film crew in front of her house.  Eddie then graciously explained that her house was in Rad and the significance of the line.  She actually repeated it for us and we all blew up with excitement and applause! tongue  I think it made her day and ours.

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Next up was the school where Cru tried to impress Katie with his freestyle moves.  Eddie stopped at the corner to direct traffic.

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Beatle cruised right along in the crowd.

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It was really amazing how many of the places looked just like they did in the movie twenty five years ago.

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Eddie did all the tricks from the film for us.

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Other scenes were talked about such as this is where the chemistry lab was where the Rad t-shirts were dyed and painted.  Jamie also shared that they had to shoot the scene where he grabbed the girls butt in the hallway about twenty times.  They had to keep re-doing it because the girl wasn't slapping the guy hard enough.  This is Jamie demonstrating how the Director wanted it done.

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Leaving the school you can see the Olympic venues on the ridge.

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We stopped in the shade again to talk about more scenes that were shot at the school.  Another confused pedestrian was passing by and Eddie tried his best to explain Rad.  The man just didn't get it... lol  Someone from the crowd pulled out a Rad25 sticker and suggested he put it on his cane.  It still wasn't making any sense to him so he just kept smiling and moved along slowly.

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This is the "watering pink elephant" house.

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Martin actually walked up on the lawn and pretended to be the turning elephant with his arm stretched out like a trunk!

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It was then a few minutes down some neighborhood streets to get to Bowness Park.  This is probably the place where people were most annoyed by us.  We were told it would be busy on a Sunday but didn't really believe it.  It was.  You can imagine 75 bikers coming down a single track path right at you.  I heard one lady exclaim "Oh great, and the gaggle continues!" as my section rode by. big_smile

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We stopped and started several times along this path.  Eddie tried to explain that a certain spot was where they jumped into the water, Martin and others disagreed... smile  It was all good though...

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At one stop I started clicking off a series of shots as I was turning to create a panorama shot.  The guy on the right looked over just as I got to him.

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Someone suggested this as a future site for the X Games.  It was where part of the qualifying race was shot.  The concrete bridge was built many years after the movie.

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This is also where the famous ass sliding took place on the left bank.  The shallow spot in front is where Christian drops the rock in the water behind Cru.

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The hill behind Eddie is where the qualifying run came through the bushes and had several accidents.

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More than once we had to part like the red sea for passers by.  This is Eddie saying "Clear the path"...

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The spot where Cru and Christian start riding and copying tricks.  They described how Martin played Cru and Eddie played Christian wearing a wig.  He purposely rode stiff and straight-backed to "ride like a girl". wink

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And then we reached Bowness Park, the clearing where Helltrack was built.  As we were pulling up I heard someone say "What?  They took it down?".

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The first group shot was for anyone in the movie.  From left to right are Chris Phenix (Director of Photography for the Rad Documentary), Kevin Hull, Everett Rosecrans, Eddie Fiola, Martin Aparijo, Jamie Clark, Jeremy Moser, Beatle Rosecrans and Kirk Bihun.

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The next was for everyone.

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One of the riders was nice enough to trade camera spots with me.

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We hung around the park for another fifteen or so minutes then rode back to downtown Bowness.  Everyone gathered around the Vans tour bus and said their goodbyes.

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Time for a few final autographs.

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Before I knew it I was back at my hotel taking my bike apart and packing everything up.  I got to the airport and went through customs.  The officer I spoke with said Eddie had just come through him a little ahead of me.  I never saw anyone else in the airport that afternoon and boarded my flight home.  I crashed hard and slept through takeoff until we were in the air.  After the flight attendant came by with drinks I put on my headphones and started listening to the Rad soundtrack.  The sun was setting outside my window and all I could think was that I couldn't believe it was already over.

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#2 2011-08-22 7:53pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Its hard to capture what fun it was but you did an excellent job. I know its cheesy but it was a  RAD weekend!lol


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#3 2011-08-22 7:54pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

THANKS again for the awesome narration to the pics . It's really awesome of you to document everything like that.  smile
Touring all of the scenes of the movie was such a great idea.

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#4 2011-08-22 8:11pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Thanks Wired !!!!!! You really helped ease the pain of not being there cool


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#5 2011-08-22 8:12pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

big_smile


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#6 2011-08-22 8:26pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Hands down, the best ever photo runs of a show/event ever. Names, descriptions, variety. Thanks for bringing the show to the rest of us.


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#7 2011-08-22 8:39pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

markmc97225 wrote:

Hands down, the best ever photo runs of a show/event ever. Names, descriptions, variety. Thanks for bringing the show to the rest of us.

Perfectly said....Thank You~!big_smile

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#8 2011-08-22 9:32pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

One interesting point about the porch house, was that as Eddie was telling the lady that her house was famous for RAD, she said it was also famous in that it used to belong to pro wrestler and former Calgarian... Owen Hart (RIP) it now belongs to Owens older brother Bruce who still runs wrestling camps in Calgary


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#9 2011-08-22 9:48pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Classic BMX movie. Looks like I missed a great weekend. Thanks for sharing. smile


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#10 2011-08-22 9:50pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

I almost feel like I was there too. Really great pics and narration. big_smile


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#11 2011-08-22 10:06pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

crownrox wrote:

Thanks Wired !!!!!! You really helped ease the pain of not being there cool

Yes thank you very much... I love seeing the filming locations... A lot of the spots haven't changed a bit... EXCEPT for that BIG ASS cement bridge... The off road downhill part where luke and CRU crash hasn't changed at all either... After 25 years of weather!!!! Thats crazy.... WOW


Thanks again wired, and thanks to Jeremy and Kurt for getting all this together for me to see, and making it all happen... I couldn't go but I love this movie, and this sport so it was great to see it all come together....
STAY RAD!

now i have to put in my VHS tape of RAD and go off to bed..


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#12 2011-08-23 8:11am

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Here's a photo of the bridge during the qualifying race, it was just outside the Helltrack field.

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I hate that I missed this day but my plane left too early, I did get a chance to go around Bownes the day before though and look at the sites, that park is huge and the number of people there during the day is tremendous as well.


Great shots!!


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#13 2011-08-23 8:21am

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Thanks Doug.  Yeah we must not have gone there because I don't remember seeing it.  If anyone else has pics to share please feel free to add them.

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Once we have dealt with the 100's of phtos on our cameras I will be sure to get some up. I have some good shots of us at the hotel when all the riders and film guys arrived in Calgary and some other behind the scenes stuff. I will get them up soon.


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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Doug904 wrote:

Here's a photo of the bridge during the qualifying race, it was just outside the Helltrack field.

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I hate that I missed this day but my plane left too early, I did get a chance to go around Bownes the day before though and look at the sites, that park is huge and the number of people there during the day is tremendous as well.


Great shots!!

those 2 pics are sweet... Love the 2 trees.. That's where they were sliding with one foot off like a knack knack. LOL...


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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Kurt??? He's got a couple of shots with guys filming.. Are they the documentary crew? I hope those location shots make it in!


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#17 2011-08-23 9:02am

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crownrox wrote:

Thanks Wired !!!!!! You really helped ease the pain of not being there cool

Couldnt have said it any better. Nice to live it through the lens.

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#18 2011-08-23 9:40am

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Never saw the flick, but pics and comments going along with them are cool


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#19 2011-08-23 9:58am

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Thanks for sharing! That was a great get together. Someone should put together a DVD of this event. smile


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#20 2011-08-23 11:40am

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

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Kurt??? He's got a couple of shots with guys filming.. Are they the documentary crew? I hope those location shots make it in!

There were 2 groups filming over the weekend. We hired a videographer and Chris Phenix brought his crew for the documentary. I know our guy got a lot of footage of the Cochrane tour on Saturday. Can't remember about Calgary on Sunday. The Doc guys were there for bits and pieces of the location rides, but I am not exactly sure of how much.


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#21 2011-08-23 11:42am

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Kurt_Rad wrote:

bones977 wrote:

Kurt??? He's got a couple of shots with guys filming.. Are they the documentary crew? I hope those location shots make it in!

There were 2 groups filming over the weekend. We hired a videographer and Chris Phenix brought his crew for the documentary. I know our guy got a lot of footage of the Cochrane tour on Saturday. Can't remember about Calgary on Sunday. The Doc guys were there for bits and pieces of the location rides, but I am not exactly sure of how much.

very cool... thanks.


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#22 2011-08-23 11:52am

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Freaking awesome......really would have loved to have been there.
Even seeing the pics of the actual places from the movie is a rush(I especially love the shots of  the trails where the qualifying races took place)
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#23 2011-08-23 12:03pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Yep good job Wired. It was much more interesting seeing the captions with the pics. Without a story sometimes a pic is just a pic. Very nice write-up.


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#24 2011-08-23 12:34pm

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Absolutely what he said ^^^ Loved seeing the event story unfold and things that were happening each day along the way.

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#25 2011-08-23 1:01pm

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Re: Rad 25th Anniversary - Day 3, Aug 21st

Kelly. This is fantastic... I am so thankful that you did this to share with everyone. Really appreciated and a great preservation of an epic weekend.

Many thanks,

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