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Rideuse67 pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 21, 2014 at 0:34
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Video: Norco Factory Team Sneak Peak
I don't think the woman is Emmeline. On the video the woman riding has left foot in front. Emmeline is has right foot in front. And I've never seen her wearing a neck-brace. I think it's Emilie Siegenthaler. (Not 100% sure though).
Rideuse67 RidingSpirit's article
Oct 31, 2014 at 9:55
Oct 31, 2014
Video: This is Hendrik Tafel's Ridingspirit
Yeah. Last-bikes power ! :)
Rideuse67 dbaker's article
Oct 18, 2014 at 2:49
Oct 18, 2014
Red Bull Rampage 2014: Looking Back - Andreu
Thanks for the tip ! This new layout is really cool, but the full screen is even better ! Cheers !
Rideuse67 Margus's photo
Sep 29, 2014 at 1:33
Sep 29, 2014
I would rather say it is Louis Reboul on this photo. Godziek has a Dartmoor whish red-ish colored. Here it looks like it's Louis' Scott Gambler bleu/orange. But hell what do I know ? :p

Rideuse67 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 26, 2014 at 13:58
Sep 26, 2014
Rideuse67 ambatt's article
Aug 18, 2014 at 4:39
Aug 18, 2014
Bitches Brew: Ability Over Aesthetics
A woman doing a fat ass tabletop or whip or whatever is so much more attractive on a marketing side to me ! (But unfortunatetly there is always someone to make a comment about how she looks...) Many of my male riding-buddies had understood your point and they make fun of the girls bying the lastest FOX leopard-skin-pinkie jersey and posting selfie on instagram. So, women... Let's send it, the muddier is it the better it feels !
Rideuse67 Rideuse67's photo
Jul 3, 2014 at 14:19
Jul 3, 2014
Lac Blanc Bike park is open Saturday and Sunday. Here follow the link. Green open, Red closed. They are open on some monday and tuesday during summer.

Rideuse67 Rideuse67's photo
Jul 2, 2014 at 23:54
Jul 2, 2014
unfortunately Strasbourg is flat. You need to take the car and go to places like Lac Blanc if you want some lifts. Otherwise for enduro, anywhere in les Vosges can work. The nearest aren't that far from Strasbourg but you'll need to take a car.

Rideuse67 ambatt's article
May 2, 2014 at 4:56
May 2, 2014
Opinion: How To Save Downhill Racing
I agree with all you wrote, it would be a good thing to start asking for money (sponsors won't be giving us free t-shirt forever). Actually in France we had in "La Bresse" twice a DH WC (back in 2009 and 2011), and twice it was elected best event of the season. Why ? Because there were sooooo many people on the side of the track (very few forest part so great view on the track and a big big clean arrival with technical part where riders were able to gain some time). But the organization made spectators pay (for the entry inside the paddock and on the boarder on the track). So I think that some people told themselve "If you have to pay, it must be good !" (a free spectacle is not really appealing). And since you've pay, make you money worths by screaming as loud as you can (yes yes you can scream here nobody will thell you to shut up !) The place where it happen is not a big city or resort with many people all knowing about DH racing, I am still amaze with the crowd we saw there ! Yet your article reveals also the american-economical model for sports (professional sports). Which is something that is not happening in Europe (sport federations still believe that people can invest themselves at a 100% into a sport without gain any money, just the pride of accomplishment... PUH-LEASE... you need to put butter in spinach !). People in Europe are not use to pay (to watch or to do or to organize) sports. But still it worked in La Bresse ! (nostalgy... nostalgy) Anyway great, fantastic article, the best I've read in a long time (well since your last article actually !) Amanda for president !
Rideuse67 Rideuse67's photo
Apr 20, 2014 at 2:01
Apr 20, 2014
You wanna say dust ! haha ! No dirt, just dust & rocks = so loooooose

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