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Loony0 redbullbike's article
Apr 13, 2015 at 10:54
Apr 13, 2015
Video: Lourdes World Cup Race Day Highlights
Whether they are fans of the sport or not is irrelevant because its pure advertising, thats how they make their money. Virtually every sport whether its mainstream like Formula 1 or small time like DH world cup, redbull has some sort of on screen presence. And if they can't sponsor it directly they make a redbull team and enter the sport as competitors. Pure advertising that makes them that much money that they can afford to make these broadcasts.
Loony0 pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 12, 2015 at 8:53
Apr 12, 2015
Results: World Cup DH Lourdes 2015 - Finals
Redbull will read these comments so complaining here is actually a good thing so that they change it back to how it always has been. 10 women and 30 men. Yes they cut both the mens and womens but it is easy to see who got the shortest end of the stick. And how shit is it that we didn't get to see at least all the protected riders runs in real time, play them before the live coverage begins. Hang your head in shame redbull.... In fact what made me laugh in the broadcast was them being made to explain a downhill bike, pretty much everyone watching would have knew what it is and what it can do because everyone watching is already interested in downhill, you are not broadcasting on TV where people will stumble on it by changing the channel.
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Mar 31, 2015 at 6:43
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The trail was minted aw weekend, ya missed a gid yin.

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Mar 31, 2015 at 6:42
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Could have done better tae be honest, a crashed on ma first race run which cost me a easy 10 seconds and reckon a could have took a further 10 of it as well. Second race run was shit, nae excuse fur that yin haha How was the enduro at yair?

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Yair forest, 5-10 min from innerleithen.

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Loony0 paulaston's article
Feb 27, 2015 at 10:41
Feb 27, 2015
Madison/Saracen Myst Team DH Bike - iceBike* 2015
Nope you’ve misread my point about thin metal and the fact that I was referring to the 2 different types of making metal, one 13% less dense than the other but out performs Titanium in strength. If you can make a metal have the same strength of metal frame's on the market now but use less metal because it is stronger then you will get a lighter frame that can take the same punishment. It really is as simple as that. If it has the same strength as metal frames just now it will not be invincible it still can be dented but it can be lighter in weight than normal metal frames. If you wanted to go the other way and make it the same weight as frames now, the frame using the new metal would be massively stronger than metal frames of today. Lets take carbon for a second, the way it is weaved (there are other creation processes as well) makes a difference to how strong it is, it takes skill to make good quality carbon. So with new techniques why do you think that a thinner metal created in a new way couldn't be as strong? FYI, I not actually involved in making this metal... but since there is talk of it being used in cars as a substitute for carbon due to price then it is quite logical to take it to the next step for it to be used for other purposes. Obviously there is teething problems with new discoveries but these will be overcome. They can’t use the same protection layer to protect it while its being made because what is used now reacts with it, but because of it being 13% less dense money is being spent on it to develop it so it can be used. And it being 13% less dense brings it to about the same weight as Carbon.
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