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DARKSTAR63 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 30, 2014 at 8:09
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Ask Pinkbike: Mounting a Guide, Enduro Bike Capabilities, Trail Etiquette
This whole thing is dumb anyways because I was thinking about it and I honestly can't remember the last time I was climbing or descending and I happened to run across an oncoming rider where the trail happens to be too narrow for two to pass.... it relies on a very specific scenario. What to I take from this? Just be nice. That should be the only rule.
DARKSTAR63 BigTimber's article
Oct 30, 2014 at 5:57
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The Unofficial Cycling Code of Conduct
I agree the point but the Pike is a bad example. It undeniably set the bar when it came out. It's not just a great fork it's an outstanding fork, and came out at a time when Fox forks quality and performance was slipping. The newly released Fox forks promise to be better, and so it goes....I'm not convinced people buy Pike's over FOX to be cool, most high end forks fit the bill in that department.
DARKSTAR63 SramMedia's article
Oct 30, 2014 at 5:03
2 days
Always Summer Somewhere
I don't mind the advertising at all.... this was a great piece and liking the goods too
DARKSTAR63 BigTimber's article
Oct 29, 2014 at 14:05
2 days
The Unofficial Cycling Code of Conduct
Yeah as much as I love the feel of the Pike and have to admit I'd love one, I simply cannot replace a perfectly good fork.
DARKSTAR63 BigTimber's article
Oct 29, 2014 at 13:51
2 days
The Unofficial Cycling Code of Conduct
Ouch, I love my Lyrik RC2L, I won't replace it until I'm forced to by wheel size haha
DARKSTAR63 BigTimber's article
Oct 29, 2014 at 13:45
2 days
The Unofficial Cycling Code of Conduct
The new PIKE is the cat's meow dude. Cite another example ;)
DARKSTAR63 BigTimber's article
Oct 29, 2014 at 13:31
2 days
The Unofficial Cycling Code of Conduct
I think that how our bikes and how we look is far more important to most people here than they care to admit. Admitting it would automatically make one "un-cool".
DARKSTAR63 BigTimber's article
Oct 29, 2014 at 13:29
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DARKSTAR63 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 29, 2014 at 7:46
3 days
Ask Pinkbike: Mounting a Guide, Enduro Bike Capabilities, Trail Etiquette
That's the problem, you are looking at things from your point of view while disregarding point of view of the climber, your last line says it all. The fact that you believe it's much easier to stop while climbing tells me you have little idea what you are talking about. Did you consider the fact that a climber's ability to see you coming is much less than your ability to see him. He's looking down and moving slow, you are looking down trail and speeding.....
DARKSTAR63 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 29, 2014 at 6:56
3 days
Ask Pinkbike: Mounting a Guide, Enduro Bike Capabilities, Trail Etiquette
I can only agree with it being difficult/dangerous to stop downhill if you are on super steep stuff, like too steep to walk down, and too steep to be riding up. These types of trails are usually the kind you find only at a lift serviced park, so that's a bit of a different arena.
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