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Oct 2, 2015 at 10:17Oct 2, 2015
Oct 31, 2014 at 6:39Oct 31, 2014
Video: Leaves and Lamas
Si j'en avais une batch, ça me ferais plaisir de t'en donner une.
Oct 29, 2014 at 18:40Oct 29, 2014
Video: Leaves and Lamas
Always good to see our team bikes at mach speed. Great season kids, well done!
MadJeeperCJ5 mikekazimer's article
Aug 13, 2014 at 11:45Aug 13, 2014
Race Face SixC Cinch Crank - Review
Just wanted to add this about the BB tool. They couldn't fit the bigger 30mm axle in a regular bb. The cinch bb cups are bigger to accomodate a larger bearing with a 30mm id. No other way around if you want to use standard bearings.
MadJeeperCJ5 MadJeeperCJ5's photo
Jun 26, 2014 at 17:29Jun 26, 2014
MadJeeperCJ5 urteam's article
Jan 10, 2014 at 18:52Jan 10, 2014
Video: Snowscoot It!
Yeah yeah I know, this looks weird and bla bla bla... but lets try to clear things out for you guys. Snowscooting is pretty big in europe. The snowscoot is originated from the Southern part of the French alps. Invented in 1991, It's inventor is Frank Petoud and he currently owns Insane Toys snowscoot. First snowscoots in north america 1996. What you're seeing in this video is a Black Mountain snowscoot, this is a full suspension variation of the original. There are 2 types, rigid frames and full suspension frames. Also different length boards and stiffnesses. Ranging from 1200$ to 3200$. Early generations are made out of chromo steel. Mostly made out of aluminum now. There is a few super high ends made out of Ti and fancy aerospace grade chromo. Riding feels a lot like AM biking, pumping the muggles like you would do on a bike. You can bunny hop like on a bike. With the right setup and a gifted rider, it can be pretty agile. I wouldn't say it's has agile as skis in the super tight and steep stuff, but otherwise it's fast and fun. I own both skis and a snowscoot and like them both as much.
MadJeeperCJ5 skylinestudios's article
Nov 12, 2013 at 19:21Nov 12, 2013
Video: Through the Fall V2
Big props to these guys for getting this great video together AND for show casing some of the finest spots to ride in VT. I live about 45mins north of the US / VT border (Bromont Canada area) and I have to admit I spend a lot of time in VT riding every year. Great cider and a lot of local micro brews for cheap... can't go wrong! MTBVT all the way.
MadJeeperCJ5 bellum's photo
Apr 17, 2013 at 22:06Apr 17, 2013