I get lost to get found.
ashfuel GDPipsqueak's article
Nov 3, 2014 at 9:23Nov 3, 2014
Surviving Nepal On a Bike
I think the decision not to ditch the bikes was the right one. The bikes probably provided some form of comfort and/or psychological secerity. Ditching them would have most liklely provked even more panic. Amazing story of survival!
ashfuel RichardCunningham's article
Sep 15, 2014 at 9:47Sep 15, 2014
In Case You Didn't See It - A Blazing lap Around the Red Carpet
"Nice cock" "Thank you. I just had it stuffed"
ashfuel pinkbikeaudience's article
May 16, 2014 at 12:36May 16, 2014
POV: Danny MacAskill's Sunday Ride
1:06...woman on cell phone completely oblivious. Exactly what's wrong with society.
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Apr 14, 2014 at 13:06Apr 14, 2014
ashfuel mikekazimer's article
Mar 5, 2014 at 4:25Mar 5, 2014
First Look: DVO, Fizik, Funn - Taipei Show 2014
Those white DVO's are off the mark
ashfuel mattwragg's article
Feb 26, 2014 at 4:37Feb 26, 2014
THAT Was a Bike: 1991 GT Xizang LE
My first mountain bike was a 1990 GT Outpost. This article brings back so many memories of the adventures --during a time that had way less responsibilities. I think part of the reason there are so many skilled "seasoned" riders theses days is due to our skills naturally progressing along with the technology over the past 25 yrs. Great article!
ashfuel RyanLeech's article
Nov 8, 2013 at 6:00Nov 8, 2013
ProVisions 6 - Injuries Justified
I've struggled with being off the bike sine August- when I discovered the pain in my leg was actually a 1cm tear in my Adductor. I'm taking the time now to heal that I should have earlier in the season. I (we) base so much of our identity on being a mountain biker that when its taken away were left feeling somewhat empty. Like with any significant loss comes working through the staged of grief. For a mountain biker it could look something like this: 1. Shock- "WTF was that!! 2. Denial- "its not that bad", "I can ride this out" 3. Anger- "f#@k you and the horse you rode in on!" 4. Bargaining- "if I only didn't ride that day","I can ride tomorrow- I'll just rest for the next few days" 5. Depression- "bike magazine- I can't even look at you right now", "I have zero energy to do anything" 6. Acceptance- "everything happens for a reason" Its important to know that these stages are organic and we can bounce back and forth between them. What we learn while working through them will make us stronger, more insightful, and appreciative of life's ups ans downs. Great and timely article Ryan- Thanks
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Oct 31, 2013 at 13:56Oct 31, 2013
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