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Perry Hall

Perry Hall

The Wasatch

Perry Hall's Passions

Snow Skiing
Road Biking
Mountain Biking

Perry Hall's Bio

I come from a long line of non-cyclists, and found peace in getting out of the house on two wheels as early as I can remember. I didn't begin to really ride mountain bikes until high school and from there, it was a downhill(ha!) spiral. Racing in college for the UVM mountain team, living with all mountain bikers, and riding all around New England got me fully hooked. I moved to Utah in 2009 to work at Alta and ski, then made the permanent move back specifically for the snow. Needless to say, I was beyond overwhelmed by the amount of amazing riding the Wasatch and Utah have, and absolutely love having such stellar trails a short drive away.


My Top 5 trails I have ridden:
1. Whole Enchilada, Moab, UT
2. Horsetheif Bench/Marys, Fruita, CO
3. Perry Hill, Waterbury, VT (RASTA MAN)
4. Mobb Hill/Saxon Hill, Jericho/Essex, VT (Tie)
5. Sugarbush/Highland MT, Warren, VT/Tilton, NH (Tie)

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Perry Hall

Perry Hallwrote a review of on November 10, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I took this down to Fruita for a weekend of mountain biking, and had some pretty good results with it. They have added a software update to allow the camera to film inverted, which is awesome! The only downside to that, is you need to make sure to select that option on the camera every time you turn it off. If the camera times out, you do need to re-set it to inverted. I did a run at the lunch loops and a run on PBR at 18 road and did the shake to edit feature. This works really well, however since it mostly tracks speed, it also highlights any time you slow quite quickly, leading to some sub-par footage. The upside is its quick and easy to remove those clips and add better ones in to your video. Quick, easy, and the ability to view and adjust camera through your phone and change some settings is great. Size is a bit bulky compared to others, but under the handlebars it is hardly noticeable.
EDIT: Video only uploaded in a max of 240, not sure why that happened, but it was not intuitive to make sure it published in a higher quality.

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