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ZeYetiBastard pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 26, 2014 at 13:56
Sep 26, 2014
Red Bull Rampage 2014: Qualifying Results After Round 1
No qualifier - just one run for everyone and that's count! The guy with the best and most creative line or run wins! Just as simple as that!
ZeYetiBastard mikelevy's article
Sep 18, 2014 at 12:38
Sep 18, 2014
Bluegrass Golden Eyes Helmet - Review
Sad enough, that so many companys aren't able to work out their "own" design for a proper helmet. The only ones which are different from scratch are TLD and urge helmets - any other helmets are either crappy lookin like a hollywood model on crack or beeing copied even worser as the saying goes only the chinese could do... Even the visor is the same as of the parachute...
ZeYetiBastard mikelevy's article
Nov 29, 2012 at 8:20
Nov 29, 2012
The Argument For Short Travel Bikes - Opinion
Really have to thank you for this article - that's what I#m sayin'for a long time: "On a Hardtail you learn riding well, get a feeling for the terrain you're in and pick your line carefully!" I own a lot of bikes for different terrains - beneath some trackbikes and fixed roadbikes i got a Freeride Bike, a BMX for my Pumptrack, a CXFR for fun and a Hardtail MTB for some jumping, trailsurfin and whatever comes to my mind. I my area you didn't really need a DH rig for the majority of the trails - and i see a lot of youngsters wigglin' their DH rigs down the trail - not realising that a huge percentage of the run is getting done by the bike itself. So it's just like a MX as a beginner or even a horse - if you want to learn to ride it - it's really necessary to train on a bike which supports your skill level! None gets his first drive in a car on a Maserati - in driving school you'll stick with something smaller and less powerful - same goes for flightschool as someone is training on a chopper or plane. So for the start get yourself a proper Hardtail which is versatile and with time comes skills and a better knowing of what type or rider you are and what terrain or kind of riding you'll prefer. Buit most people seem to choose a "krasses" or "derbes" Bike over a clever decision to master the bike itself. Takes patience and most people didn't seem to have to confidence so start on a "low" bike.
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