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Aug 15, 2014 at 2:03Aug 15, 2014
'Ard Rock Enduro - An Epic Adventure
what sort of mileage is covered riding this event?
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THE15 RichardCunningham's article
Nov 22, 2013 at 1:32Nov 22, 2013
Pinkbike Poll - Should Racing Be Restricted to Production Bikes and Components?
if people want new technologies they will buy them nobody forces them to - having none production parts in racing helps to develop new things for the masses the clutch mech being a great example. Any bike company that puts money back in to the sport in the form of racing should be able to prototype what they want it lets great things happen look at Honda they were never likely to put that bike in to production but it was still great to see and pushed some of the doors open around gearboxes and searching for a better gearing setup. These 'giant' leaps in technology that are some times seen on pro bikes are what are eventually watered down and then distributed to us mere mortals to enjoy. If people didn't push the boundaries we'd never get any new technologies
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