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Freiburg Zaehringen - Black Forest - René Schmidt - Downhill Mountain Bike - Baden-Wuerttemberg -Germany
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Freiburg Zaehringen near the Zaehringer Castle with Downhill Mountain Biker René Schmidt, Black Forest, Germany

The Pano for René was taken after a Photo Shooting on the small Downhill and Freeride Training Area next to the Parking. The Tracks and the Mountan Bike Action is gently tolerated by the Owner of the Land. Even the building of Jumps and Woodrails is tolerated. Therefore a Thank You to the Owner for his Tolerance.

René is member of the follow me team and friend of my two other friends of this team: Mirko Deckler (Fresstyle Skiing) and Tim Fritz (Freeride Skiing and German Master Telemark Skicross).

Copyright: Manfred huchler
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上传: 13/03/2012
更新: 04/08/2014
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