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WRMMT pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 29, 2014 at 9:13
Sep 29, 2014
Guess the Top 5 at Red Bull Rampage - Win a 2015 RockShox BoXXer Fork
Of course, they say aggy is out minutes after my guess, well if editing is acceptable here we go, otherwise I accept my fate! 1: Andreu Lacondeguy 2: Cameron Zink 3: Brandon Semenuk 4: Kelly McGarry 5: Kyle Norbraten
WRMMT pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 29, 2014 at 9:04
Sep 29, 2014
Guess the Top 5 at Red Bull Rampage - Win a 2015 RockShox BoXXer Fork
1: Andreu Lacondeguy 2: Cameron Zink 3: Graham Agassiz 4: Brandon Semenuk 5: Kyle Norbraten
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Jul 14, 2014 at 9:27
Jul 14, 2014
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Jul 14, 2014 at 9:26
Jul 14, 2014

Rockshox Vivid Air R2C

$300 USD
Bought this shock slightly used a few weeks back for my dh bike, but it turns out it won't fit on my frame. Has seenlittle use, great condition and ready to ride! Shock is 240x76 mm (9.5x3 in)

WRMMT JulianCoffey's article
Nov 14, 2013 at 12:28
Nov 14, 2013
2013 Red Bull Rampage: Impressions
Agreed, seemed like the natural lines almost had a handicap on them, I bet TMac would have scored better if that had of been the big wooden Oakley sender in place of the big natural drop (which I thought was pretty awesome). Not trying to be an ass about it, it was still an awesome event and fun to watch, I just would like to see the natural lines on more of a level playing field. I totally agree with what Vanderham said too, seemed like the riders who put it all on the line in a second run pretty much got screwed. Especially Bingelli, felt bad seeing him break his leg in a run that didn't count.
WRMMT lunatyk's article
Oct 24, 2013 at 8:34
Oct 24, 2013
BikePark Wales - Photo Epic
Wow, that looks like a pretty awesome place to ride! Another destination just got added to my list, so many places to ride and so little time...
WRMMT dbaker's article
Oct 14, 2013 at 13:59
Oct 14, 2013
2013 Red Bull Rampage: WIN
They only counted the first runs since not everyone got a chance for a second run.
WRMMT dylawn's article
Dec 18, 2012 at 12:14
Dec 18, 2012
The Argument for Long Travel Bikes - Opinion
I agree with your point about the attitude, but I do think it goes both ways as well. I have out-climbed a fair number of people on my DH bike that obviously thought they were pretty elite with their fully rigid or short travel bike and spandex plastered with corporate logos, but I am far from the tight jean "bro" stereotypical big bike rider. Both sides have their sterotype eliteist attitude, but I think most of us fall in the middle, I know I do. I rode a short travel Rocky for several years before I decided to get a DH bike end of last summer, and I have loved it. It may be more forgiving of mistakes in line choice, but I feel you have to be more exact on big lines to keep it clean and free from pedal strikes, as well as giving me many new line choices that I hadn't even considered before. I will be the first to admit that my long travel DH sled is probably overkill for a lot of the trails I commonly ride, but I would not trade it for some of the burlier trails around and more big mountain type riding that I am trying. In the end, I know there are plenty of people out there that can smoke me on much less bike than my DH bike, but I ride it because its what pushes me to improve and makes me happy, and in the end I think thats all that matters. It shouldn't matter what kind of bike we ride or what we ride in, we all ride to have fun, so why should it matter how we achieve that?
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Dec 17, 2012 at 15:55
Dec 17, 2012
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WRMMT i-ride-on-dirt's photo
Oct 12, 2012 at 11:32
Oct 12, 2012
Nice looking build, I am a sucker for the black and blue color scheme...

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