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DanMilner DanMilner's article
Dec 5, 2014 at 9:32
Dec 5, 2014
Video: Gold Mining In Switzerland With Ludo May - Trail Ninja
All I know of the above, is that Toblerone does actually make me feel sick when I try to eat it, and yes the picture on its packet is the Matterhorn, and yes Zermatt has some amazing riding there. 'Nuff said.
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Dec 5, 2014 at 9:30
Dec 5, 2014
Video: Gold Mining In Switzerland With Ludo May - Trail Ninja
ha ha, and my name is not Mr Miller. Anyhow, my translation was just a joke (suggesting that it was in fact German at all!).. it's kind of a weird British humour, pretending we don't speak any other language but act like we do. :-) Of course I know what Col de Mille means: "hurting big climb and uber-duper banging' descent".
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Dec 4, 2014 at 11:41
Dec 4, 2014
Video: Gold Mining In Switzerland With Ludo May - Trail Ninja
Our relationship is going to go far. Thanks.
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Dec 4, 2014 at 11:40
Dec 4, 2014
Video: Gold Mining In Switzerland With Ludo May - Trail Ninja
Is that in the way Debbie did Dallas? Yep, Switzerland should be on everyone's list. Start saving.
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Nov 30, 2014 at 7:30
Nov 30, 2014
Video: How to Pack for an Epic Ride - Trail Doctor
Oh and btw I do include a light, first aid kit and emergency foil blanket in this episode. Watch it again.
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Nov 30, 2014 at 7:28
Nov 30, 2014
Video: How to Pack for an Epic Ride - Trail Doctor
The Endura MTR Emergency Shell stays in my pack for any ride. Its uber light weight. Just got hammered by rain in Morocco Atlas mountains this week and so I know it works. For big adventures I use a Mountain Equipment goretex packite jacket. Heavier but burlier
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Nov 30, 2014 at 7:24
Nov 30, 2014
Video: How to Pack for an Epic Ride - Trail Doctor
I hear what you guys are saying there and yes while my vids are filled with watchable humor I take this stuff really seriously. This short vid is aimed at giving riders an idea of some of the tools and spares to they might have overlooked to fix a mechanical on their bike, not an absolute set list of everything to take in terms of wilderness survival. I have kind of assumed that most riders heading into the backcountry will already have thought to pack essential safety items like a whistle, phone (if you have a signal.. For a few days along the Colorado Trail none of our cell phones did ), map, telling someone where you are and what time you're gonna be back etc.. You know the sort of stuff that rescue teams like you to have done, which is why this episode is in the "adventure" category not the "fundamentals" one. Anyhow, good to see people are in the ball.
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Nov 25, 2014 at 1:28
Nov 25, 2014
Video: How to Pack for an Epic Ride - Trail Doctor
I was kind if thinking you'd be sorted enough to already have TP and other , err, "personal hygiene" extras (and map if you dont know the area, and phone.. hey who rides without having selfie capability nowadays?) on your list.. and I wanted to concentrate on the bike tech side. . the stuff that helps you get you back rolling if you have a bike mechanical, the stuff you might have overlooked. The TP, condoms, party poppers, drugs, alcohol etc, and other more entertaining items are your call.
DanMilner DanMilner's article
Nov 25, 2014 at 1:23
Nov 25, 2014
Video: How to Pack for an Epic Ride - Trail Doctor
Yep, s little firestarter is a great thing to have along. Whistle too if you're in ear-shot of a road, house, settlement etc. I could list a ton of stuff but then the video would be 3 hours long and no-one would watch it.
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