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First Ride: 2016 RockShox Lyrik
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bluechair84 urteam's article
Jul 15, 2015 at 7:42
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Video: Megavalanche Glacier Carnage
First aid course training told me the first thing you do if you see someone down for the count is check that you can't come to a similar injury. If he'd stayed, he puts himself at risk. You can't help anyone if you get smacked out by an out of control rider. If the man down is seriously injured, you can't drag him off the glacier either incase of causing furhter injury. If you can't help someone who is down, the best thing you can do is ride respectfully to reduce the risk of putting someone in that situation. The course then needs to be designed in such a way as to reduce insane crashes. Megavalanche and the few others like it are the exception to this rule really and you've got to ride aware that if/when a big accident happens you are gonna be isolted and in danger for a short period.
bluechair84 mikekazimer's article
Jun 10, 2015 at 5:53
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Xprezo Magic Carpet - Review
Can you explain? I'm interested in what your thougths are but I'm not seeing it (and I'm not trolling either, genuine question).
bluechair84 mikelevy's article
Jun 10, 2015 at 5:50
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Shimano XTR Trail Drivetrain - Review
Dunno mate, here in the Peaks most everyone I ride with is on a 1x drivetrain. Typical rides are 2500 to 3500 feet of climbing and descending over 15-30 miles. The climbs can be bad ass and the descents rough as eating nails. I'd argue that 2x is better for fireroads and XC as you can use a narrow cassette, smaller ratio jumps and still have a wide range giving you your perfect cadence.
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