Added 1 photo to DT-Swiss-240-135x10mm
Apr 28, 2016 at 19:51Apr 28, 2016
Apr 28, 2016 at 19:50Apr 28, 2016
DT Swiss 240 135x10mm New, never used. It's been built up on a wheel, realized it doesn't work for 135x12mm, cut the spokes and now it's no use to me. It's 135x10 only. This hub is not the full size cog and works best for single speed set up as it makes the hub flange span wider, thus a stronger wheel.
Added 3 photos to Rock-surfing
Apr 8, 2015 at 22:03Apr 8, 2015
Added 1 photo to 2011-cove-shocker-frame
Mar 26, 2014 at 11:11Mar 26, 2014
boyko ekliever's article
Jan 27, 2014 at 19:45Jan 27, 2014
Vedder Mountain Vandalism (Chilliwack, BC)
I have seen it happen on Eagle Mountain years back and also on the Woodlot out in Maple Ridge. Over the years I have been very surprised on how extreme and radical some peoples views can get with their desire to carry out relentless attacks against people doing basically the same sport. If I where to be investigating possible suspects, I wouldn't exclude the possibility it could have been another rival bike coalition arguing different views on how trails should and shouldn't be constructed.
boyko PanoramaMountainVillage's article
Aug 20, 2013 at 18:44Aug 20, 2013
Park Update - Panorama Bike Park
Nice berm but Where's the wall?
Jan 19, 2013 at 15:54Jan 19, 2013
Lance Armstrong Interview Part 2
6 month suspension from competition, just like everyone else. Then he get's to race whatever he wants again. That's what should be happening here. The guy has paid beyond enough. You don't curb stomp someone when they are already down, especially for stealing candy from the Seven Eleven. We are not a third world country here.
Jan 18, 2013 at 18:56Jan 18, 2013
Lance Armstrong's Confession
Lance for one thing not a good public guy and this interview really shows many areas where he could have defended himself but chose not to. He doesn't say his competitors take the same things, but simply puts it that he didn't invent the culture. Read between the lines. If anyone thinks taking extra HGH and extra testosterone will simply put anyone in the winning spot of the Tour De France then they are as ignorant as someone that calls him a cheat. Look in your father's drug cabinet and find his prescribed testosterone rub patches. One day you will also be walking into an anti aging clinic to pick up your prescribed HGH. This stuff simply doesn't put an athlete's career in autopilot strait to the champion's seat... Lance is a fierce competitor and did whatever it took to win and without this mindset you cannot be anywhere near that level. The ONLY thing that put him in front of the others in those races was his attitude and determination. This is the reason we love him and his accomplishments, if you strategically pic apart his every move during his carer behind the curtains you find things that are not perfect. You cannot get to the top without pissing some people off along the way. This goes for everything else in our lives. Looks at politics: Cheaters, liars. Look at banks and banking: Cheaters, liars, look at everything that stands above the average human being. Corporations: Cheaters, liars. It's a game that is open to anyone that wants to play and if you want to live by every single rule in the book, you can stay an "average joe" and be one of the ones clapping or criticizing the ones that are playing the game.
Jan 18, 2013 at 18:55Jan 18, 2013
Lance Armstrong's Confession
People really have blinders on to the world when it comes to making judgments on topics they know nothing about. This is what makes me vomit. Media attacking another hero because he's on the top. It's just more controversy, believe it or not, controversy is profitable and people love it, they need it. Lance took the same things all his other competitors also took, it is a "culture" and a norm at that level of competition. Look up culture in the dictionary and put this into the perspective at which it's used in the topic of "performance enhancing drugs" in world class professional sports. All other professional sports when that much money is on the line, they all take steroids. In actual fact, Testosterone and HGH are natural hormones and typically ones his age get prescriptions for this. They are not built like machines, they do not take even a percentage of what most of the other sports athletes take, not even the same ball park. There are sports where athletes are stacking five different types of steroids at the same time. Besides the point, they all take it and they are all competing at the same level.