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Jan 22, 2015 at 15:24Jan 22, 2015
Video: Juli Furtado's 1990 Yeti FRO
anyone care to explain whats going on with that back wheel on the bike behind her??
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Jan 21, 2015 at 15:39Jan 21, 2015
Video: The Best of Fest POV
that was pretty cool i guess....
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Jan 7, 2015 at 10:43Jan 7, 2015
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Jan 3, 2015 at 12:57Jan 3, 2015
Life in Bend, Oregon
if they didnt tax the shit out of it to make the government some (sorry, i mean a shit ton of) money, it would be pretty hard to get legalization laws passed. prices for legal weed will come down in time, its a plant, it doesnt cost much to produce. the important thing is that these laws get passed and people start to realize pot is no big deal, which is already happening. i can pay about exactly half on the black market what i would pay buying legally for the same strain, though to be honest i feel guilty buying black market. some percent of every dollar spent on legal weed (at least here in colorado) is used on education, in addition it shows the government that not only do people want to smoke weed (and that they are doing it without any negative social consequences) but that there is a ton of money to be made, too much to ignore, in addition to all the money saved by not arresting and prosecuting good people for non-violent victimless crimes. bottom line, any support behind legalization is a good thing, even if it means having to pay a bit more for a little while to get your smoke on, good things are happening, and its pretty dope ;)
Dec 24, 2014 at 22:24Dec 24, 2014
Posted in "Clipless vs Flat Pedals"
Dec 19, 2014 at 8:28Dec 19, 2014
Added 60 photos to riding-bikes
Dec 15, 2014 at 15:53Dec 15, 2014
Dec 6, 2014 at 9:47Dec 6, 2014
Dec 6, 2014 at 9:46Dec 6, 2014
i was bummed at first when i realized the shock didnt have any CTD-type adjustments like the rc3 does (and like i was used to on my last bike), but after a few rides i got used to it, now i love it. the only thing i change on my suspension is lowering the fork for steep climbs. id say give it a try before replacing it, unless youre the kind of rider that really feels like you need damping adjustments on the go, but i personally i think i prefer the simplicity. overall the bike climbs much better than one would expect. all my riding buddies ride remedies, and suddenly im faster on the climbs, even cleaning uphill sections ive never been able to clean before. ...not that the bike deserves ALL the credit :)
Dec 6, 2014 at 9:31Dec 6, 2014
its still a 1x10 setup, the oneup just gives it more range, but i love the setup, best drivetrain upgrade ive ever done. i can climb up anything i could with a 2x, but no annoying front derrailer/shifter to worry about. although i recently put a bashguard/chainguide on it since i found that even the narrow/wide chainring would drop the chain every once in a while on the really fast rough stuff. comes with bontrager duster wheels which ive found to be surprisingly strong, worth an upgrade if you want something a bit lighter, but im going to keep them at least until i blow up the rear wheel, which took me about a year on my last slash.
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