My next mod will be some training wheels.
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Oct 4, 2015 at 17:33Oct 4, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Should All Competitors Be Compensated at the Red Bull Rampage?
This isn't as simple as "Hey, Red Bull needs to pay these athletes for risking their lives" There is a lot more to it. Sure, Red Bull makes a ton of money but they aren't so rich that they can just blow their money away like toilet paper. If Red Bull compensates for Rampage athletes then they would have to do so for every other event they sponsor. Also, no athlete is forced to undertake this event. They all agree to it. I'm pretty sure they are well aware of the dangers they face. I believe that any pro athlete that wants to do an event like this should have insurance. I believe the top 5 should be compensated...first place getting the most $$$ paid for by Red Bull. It would be nice if their sponsors paid them a little extra for participating in this event but that should be written in every athletes contract from the beginning. So, just because Red Bull makes a lot of money doesn't mean they can just carelessly spend their money. A company has to thrive and survive...business 101. Already, Red Bull does a lot for extreme sports I don't believe they should be condemned because they are not compensating all of the participating athletes.
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Aug 22, 2015 at 10:12Aug 22, 2015
Results and Overall Standings: World Cup DH Val di Sole - Finals
My heart dropped when Minnaar crashed. I was so hoping he would win and give Gwin a rude awakening Hehe. Still a great run for Mr Gwin and a great DH world Cup event this year. Just depressed that it's over again.
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Aug 20, 2015 at 17:49Aug 20, 2015
Claudio's Course Preview: World Cup DH, Val di Sole
I loved the part where Claudio gets off the wooed part and rides in the field then hops right back on the wooden section like it was no big deal~ This track is one of my fav tracks on the World Cup to watch. It's so damn gnarly and steep.
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Aug 14, 2015 at 12:23Aug 14, 2015
Video: Scott, In Your Hands - Brendan Fairclough and Vinny T
Video of the day for sure~ Wicked video I needed as I recover from a nasty shoulder injury. Had to have surgery and will take months to recover so please Pink Bike and Scott please keep these videos coming!!
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Jun 20, 2015 at 12:34Jun 20, 2015
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Jun 9, 2015 at 11:53Jun 9, 2015
Rider Perspective: What do you choose: Dual Suspension or Hardtail?
I got rid of my FS to give my lower back relief. Was on a hard tail but now on a full suspension and honestly, for me it's perfect for me. I always knew that having a hard tail is a bit more efficient for climbing and XC style trails and the lack of pedal stroke energy loss is 0. So I got myself a Scott Genius that has the twin lock remote. Hard tail when I need it and full 150mm front and rear travel for the rougher stuff.
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Jun 5, 2015 at 5:19Jun 5, 2015
Video: Claudio's Course Preview - DH World Cup, Fort William
For a guy who doesn't race professionally anymore the guy is a BEAST!! Every video I see of Claudio's course preview makes me want the Scott Genius Gambler more and more. Awesome video as always and I can't wait to see the next vid!!
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May 23, 2015 at 12:49May 23, 2015
Scott Grenade Pro II Kneepads Review
After years of wanting these I finally got them. I can't wait to test them out soon!
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May 8, 2015 at 12:10May 8, 2015
First Ride: Bold Linkin Trail
Since I ride a Scott Genius and know that Scott used to use a proprietary rear pull shock made from DT Swiss I can't help but notice how similar this bike is to a Scott Spark or Genius. I'm still trying to figure out what the difference is between this lock out remote vs. Scott's patented Twinlock remote. It's gotta be different or else DTSWISS may get sued. However, they both are long time partners and still work with each other so I'm sure no one's infringing upon any patents. in my honest opinion having the rear shock inside the frame is annoying. Unbolting the plastic cover may be easy but i'd imaging it'd be annoying any time you wanted to set up the rear shock. I can imagine being on the trail and needing to mess with the rear shock and then realizing I don't have the right tool to take off the cover. Sure it looks clean with the shock on the inside but seriously, I've never complained about how a rear shock looks exposed.
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