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burnadette paulaston's article
Aug 28, 2015 at 9:22
3 days
First Look: Devinci Hendrix - Eurobike 2015
Can we just start making 26+?? A 26" wheel with some nice 3.25" tires would look pretty sick, and it would basically end up at 27.5" diameter..." Yep, that needs to happen... Industry please read this comment. You could hold onto your old wheels, keep standover height low, less frame weight, less wheel weight, stiffer spoke environment, increase contact patch, sharper cornering, smaller wheelbase, better jumping/hucking... the list goes on.
burnadette redbullbike's article
Aug 24, 2015 at 7:23
Aug 24, 2015
Video: World Cup DH Val di Sole - Finals Highlights
I wonder what the average 2020 Val Di Sole Race bike will look like... I bet the tires will be wider. haha.
burnadette mikelevy's article
Aug 22, 2015 at 15:25
Aug 22, 2015
Opinion: Eat the Humble Pie
What's the problem here whitebullit? You upset because I got a different opinion? I don't really care how young or stupid it sounds. I keep up when I ride with someone. Doesn't matter if it's jumping or single track, I'm there to get better. You keep on hating and tellin people how stupid they sound, and see how much better you get... I think you need to eat some more humble pie, or maybe just a big ole boner.
burnadette mikelevy's article
Aug 21, 2015 at 7:01
Aug 21, 2015
Opinion: Eat the Humble Pie
You sound like a 14 year old in your videos. bruh.
burnadette mikelevy's article
Aug 20, 2015 at 15:35
Aug 20, 2015
Opinion: Eat the Humble Pie
Take me through your favorite trail @snl1200, and you can have fun watching me eat shit while I try to impress you. I will still be having fun keeping up and sending whatever looks good.
burnadette mikelevy's article
Aug 20, 2015 at 12:25
Aug 20, 2015
Opinion: Eat the Humble Pie
You guys sound so lame. re-read what you are writing. Stop acting like a bunch of scared groms and take some risk. You think the guys riding the fest jumps aren't trying to impress each other? my point here is... Step it up when you ride and try to make it worth the investment. No one wants to hear your story if you have taken zero risk.
burnadette mikelevy's article
Aug 20, 2015 at 6:56
Aug 20, 2015
Opinion: Eat the Humble Pie
Always try to impress the people you ride with. Also, expect it in return. Motivate the people you are riding with, and push the level of riding. Ride outside of your comfort zone. You want to get hurt doing what you love, not doing something stupid like falling down the stairs. Breaking a bone or tearing some shit is only bad if you are too lazy to heal up and bring it back next season. Toughen up and acclimate to a higher level of difficulty and your sport will yield more satisfaction.
burnadette redbullbike's article
Aug 18, 2015 at 18:01
Aug 18, 2015
Video: Red Bull Joyride, Crankworx Whistler 2015 - Highlights
Rogatkin in second. That dude makes me happy. He continually improves. He knows he doesn't have the style points that semenuk and rheeder do, but he throws plenty of hammers along the way. Props to all the riders that competed.
burnadette mikekazimer's article
Aug 17, 2015 at 6:48
Aug 17, 2015
First Ride: 2016 Trek Top Fuel
Did anyone notice the top tube in the first photo? That's some bad photoshop.
burnadette trek's article
Jul 20, 2015 at 6:59
Jul 20, 2015
Video: Trek's C3 Project at Crankworx L2A
Rogatkin is only 19 or 20 I think. and he comes from a BMX riding background. So in a sense he is a cross-over athlete. I also think that he is relatively new to whipping and spinning a big bike.... That being said.. The real difference with genon and rogatkin is: actual rider size... Genon is probably 6 inches taller than Rogatkin, and a lot more proportional to a 26" bike. I think rider height adds a lot of natural style to a persons riding. Watch Chris Doyle ride. (https://youtu.be/ZbZ6dBTZDxA?t=33 ) The taller guys are definitely more natural looking when spinning or clicking a table. Riders like genon, Semenuk, soderstrom, rheeder, and even sam pilgrim are taller guys who can really "click moves" and make them look their best. Rogatkin is always going to struggle to look good when the top dogs have that sort of natural style. Point Being. Im not trying to say Rogatkin is the best rider, or even my favorite. I'm just saying he is young and hungry, and is going to be a beast when he learns to add some style and sophistication to his runs.
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