Professional Bike Instructor and Guide/ Ski Instructor and Guide in the winter.
amrskipro lacykemp's article
Aug 29, 2015 at 19:343 days
10 Tips: How to Train a Trail Dog
@ brandamnesia 2 years is good, actually a better age than the advised 8 months at the start of the article. Long bones are not fully grown until about 18 months and dogs should not be exercised too much before that time. I waited until 18 months with my Border Terrier and then went for small ride/ walks at the start and made sure that I was on less used trails that were no where too close to a road. Recall training (ie I called and she comes to me) was fairly solid before we went trail riding. I spent most of the frist few rides empacising that I wanted her to follow me and introduced the command "follow" and reinfriced with a clicker and treats. I tried to stick to more natural, laomier trails to begin with as well. She can go for 2-3 hours at a steady pace ( carry snacks and a water bottles for her) but I have to watch her top speed (she will happily try and do 30 kmph) as her paws will cut more easily at high speeds on gravel trails. Happy trail riding with your dog.
amrskipro paulaston's article
Aug 28, 2015 at 11:13Aug 28, 2015
First Look: Fast Suspension - Eurobike 2015
I thought MRP bought ELKA rear shock technology to add to their White Brothers fork technology? Could have my back stories confised however (as I don't care enough about any of those three products to really take note or remember).
amrskipro davetrump's photo
Aug 20, 2015 at 9:43Aug 20, 2015
amrskipro geebeebee's article
Aug 19, 2015 at 12:21Aug 19, 2015
5 Things You Need To Know: World Cup DH 2015, Val di Sole
Nice track video by Bryn Dickerson: thanks for sharing. Funny how there is always some chopper in practice that doesn't know what the whistle means!!!
amrskipro urgebikeproducts's article
Aug 19, 2015 at 12:03Aug 19, 2015
Meet the Urge Endur-O-Matic 2 Helmet
No size 61 = no purchase, even if I could get past the ugly, heavy, non-MIPS aspects of the helmet.
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Aug 15, 2015 at 16:37Aug 15, 2015
Aug 15, 2015 at 16:36Aug 15, 2015
SRAM 11 speed XX1 Rear derailleur and shifter. As new condition, not being used as they have been replaced by Shimano. Will split: Derailleur $250 Shifter $150 Before you ask I have looked at Dunbar and Chainreaction Cycles and the local stores so if you want brand new then pay the $500+ to get it and don't bother low balling me. If you get a better "bro" deal then you don't need to be messaging me. Put simply it is $350 or don't bother messaging. Due to the low level of reading ability of recent PB "buyers" there is no real 'polite' way of putting this so I have kept it clear and simple. Please understand the difference between a seller who has parts he does not really need/ use so is offering them to the riding community at a fair price and seller who needs money so is selling parts off. I am the former.
amrskipro mattwragg's article
Aug 10, 2015 at 10:45Aug 10, 2015
Photo Epic: Crankworx Whistler - SRAM Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized
I don't think that Marco Osborne was "tackling any rooks" on Top of the World. But maybe they flew away when they saw him hamering down the trail?
amrskipro pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 9, 2015 at 11:37Aug 9, 2015
Photo Epic: Crankworx Whistler - CLIF Bar Dual Speed and Style
Where are the photos of Trish Bromley, first woman to get an entry?
amrskipro mattwragg's article
Aug 1, 2015 at 12:25Aug 1, 2015
Photo Epic: Showdown over Gunnison - EWS Crested Butte, Day One
It is a tyre plug tool for closing thorn type punctures on tubeless tyres: I bought this one instead for my riding: Dynaplug® Micro Pro - Tubeless Bicycle Tire Repair Kit: http://www.dynaplug.com/bike.html