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bizutch pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 21, 2014 at 7:21
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Results: Pro GRT Round 5 Beech Mountain
Sounded like he hit the same tree as Gwin did at the National Champs a few years back.
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Jul 20, 2014 at 18:50
1 days
Congrats brother man! Good on you!

bizutch jasperwesselman's article
Jul 14, 2014 at 14:54
Jul 14, 2014
Video: RAW 1.2 With Bryn Atkinson
Love me the sound of some I9's zinging through the roots!
bizutch rsdobbins's article
Jul 13, 2014 at 17:40
Jul 13, 2014
Results: USA Cycling Pro GRT at Snowshoe Mountain
What happened to Luca Shaw? Injury or wreck?
bizutch savagefilms's article
Jul 11, 2014 at 11:50
Jul 11, 2014
Video: The Natural Line
Found my chest tightening in some places and holding my breath. One time even tensed up for the sake of the cameraman's safety on the rock perch. :)
bizutch pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 10, 2014 at 5:40
Jul 10, 2014
bizutch pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 9, 2014 at 17:13
Jul 9, 2014
Dirt TV: Beyond the Bike Episode 3 - Mike Hopkins
Was he literally riding a freshly cut trail in that last bit?
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Jun 10, 2014 at 12:28
Jun 10, 2014
still got it?

bizutch Rossimo37's article
May 22, 2014 at 9:42
May 22, 2014
Video: The World's Most Famous Trail Dog is Back - Lily Shreds 2
scott-townes, I understand what you're saying. I'm referring to simple things like 1:01 to 1:06 in the video. See the dog having to pick her way down? I am indicating that most all dogs will attempt to charge through things like that to keep pace with their owner and typically will hurt themselves in ways they can't express to owners. I am not saying that this owner is hurting his dog specifically. I'm talking about the way we all ride in general. Tons of people take their dog on shuttle runs and far more take them on trail rides. Once a bike gets up to a good pace, it far exceeds the pace that even a forest wolf would hunt at for any extended period of time. I can knock out 10 miles in an hour and most of those miles are within a dog's comfort zone, but once the wheels really get rolling, a dog has to run full throttle, wide open and charge recklessly through things they would only chance in a hunt. I'm trying to just ask others to think here. Not an indictment. Open thought.
bizutch Rossimo37's article
May 21, 2014 at 20:28
May 21, 2014
Video: The World's Most Famous Trail Dog is Back - Lily Shreds 2
I gave specific situations joe-falconi. Dogs will eat f-ing chocolate until they die and be happy the whole time. Should I go lock on a feed bag of Hershey's ASAP? I mean...I was gonna huck my well cared for, wide open dog who lives on 15 acres in her crate in the AC to keep her from chewing up the Barbie dolls the girls leave out. But if you insist, I'll run her mach 5 down a trail til she limps at 6 years old and I'll just put her down when her hips and shoulders are blown out at 8. Reasonable, casual rides where dogs can maintain their normal DOG generated pace are way cool and fun for them and a rider. But that pace is NOT what the video shows. It's a dog running as hard as it can to keep up with it's owner. You can see her trying to prance in shattered rock at the first to keep from hurting herself. I'm not accusing this guy of hurting his dog. I'm just using it as a sounding board to let people know that dogs aren't DH buddies and never were built for it.
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