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Our favorite outdoor videos from around the internet for the week that was:1. Strider ShredderOk, so this kid isn’t exactly on a Strider, just like every tissue isn’t a Kleenex, but this video of a 3-year-old crushing the bike park on a mini-bike with no pedals in priceless. He also takes some licks near the end, but powers through like a champ.2. What Would Hank Do?Grizzlies in tutus, three legged dogs, salmon being struck by lightning; just another day in the life of world-renowned fly fishing expert and guide, Hank Patterson.3. Shredding the SouthThis video may be a little long for the internet’s attention span, but the full length version of The Appalachian Project is worth your time. The vid follows the East’s best riders as they shred parks, urban features, and even powder up and down the Appalachians from North Carolina to New York and everything in between. Get pumped for the ski season, it’ll be here before you know it.The Appalachian Project from Appalachian Boarder on Vimeo. read more
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