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If-You-Build-It fssphotography's article
Mar 1, 2013 at 8:13Mar 1, 2013
Video: Masters of Dirt 2013
Agreed. I'm not able to put my finger on exactly why, but my gut tells me this isn't a good thing for the sport. Are these bikers athletes or circus performers?
Jan 2, 2013 at 6:47Jan 2, 2013
If-You-Build-It IanHylands's article
Dec 22, 2012 at 10:30Dec 22, 2012
Sequence Saturday 44
If you look at frame 12, you can see that his left foot is not going to land on the pedal and that the wheels are already on the ground. Obviously I can't land this trick either, but I would not call this "doing" a double downside tailwhip.
If-You-Build-It rb716's article
May 10, 2012 at 15:23May 10, 2012
Tech Tuesday: DH Helmet vs. Motocross Helmet: Which is Safer?
a primary safety concern in choosing a helmet is the weight. A motorcycle helmet is much heavier and will put much more strain on your neck in a crash (provided that you don't wear a neck brace). Imagine your head snapping around like a rag doll with that heavy weight on your head.
If-You-Build-It robinkitchin's photo
Mar 12, 2012 at 14:26Mar 12, 2012
If-You-Build-It RichardCunningham's article
Mar 1, 2012 at 18:55Mar 1, 2012
Shimano 2013 - Affordable SLX Ensemble Supercharged With XTR Features
What is the point of a direct mount rear derailleur? A traditional hanger is "flimsy" intentionally. It's designed so that if you slam your derailleur on a rock you just have to replace the $3 hanger instead of breaking your frame or your derailleur. Please, someone explain this to me.
If-You-Build-It Rideuse67's article
Jan 6, 2012 at 5:14Jan 6, 2012
Lea Weill Gets Upside Down - Video
It's funny watching her hair in the dirt jumps. As she's going up it gets sucked flat to her shoulders, but once she hits the apogee it goes flying everywhere.
If-You-Build-It mikelevy's article
Nov 17, 2011 at 20:46Nov 17, 2011
Twenty6 Predator Pedal - Tested
Why is pinkbike so obsessed with overpriced pedals? It seems like half of their product reviews are pedal reviews, and honestly, I feel like pedals are one of the lowest-tech parts on a bike. I can understand devoting a huge amount of time in reviewing a fork or a wheelset, but pedals? Why the special attention?
If-You-Build-It Morpheus-Cycles's article
Oct 5, 2011 at 10:25Oct 5, 2011
Morpheus - Name the Prototype DJ Bike Contest Top Ten
Keep in mind that you won't have the little explanation blurb on the side of the bike. No one knows what the hell a Vimana is out of context. I say you go with the Scandal or the Envy