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Added 6 photos to Fox-32-Talas
Oct 14, 2013 at 7:24Oct 14, 2013
Oct 14, 2013 at 7:18Oct 14, 2013
Fox 32 Talas 150mm FIT/RCL Kashima stations, tapered steer tube and rebuilt by PUSH ind. Anyone looking for one? I have one here collecting dust.
clayboy223 mikekazimer's article
Sep 21, 2013 at 12:12Sep 21, 2013
Video: Leogang World Cup DH Practice
Is Gwin sitting this one out too?!?!
clayboy223 SramMedia's article
Jun 27, 2013 at 5:40Jun 27, 2013
Video: Avid Chasing Trail - Kenny Smith
I have Saint's on my Demo, and Avid's on everything else I ride. If.."a lot of maintenance" is a brake bleed (Avids need one before you can ever ride them) then I guess they do require a lot of maintenance. Quit whining and use what you like. No big deal. Ride on!
clayboy223 gojammedia's article
Jun 19, 2013 at 17:10Jun 19, 2013
Pro-GRT Round 9, July 13-14 Snowshoe Bike Park, WV
I was there opening weekend this year. Little on the wet side, but the next day it was great!
clayboy223 mikelevy's article
Nov 27, 2012 at 3:55Nov 27, 2012
The Argument For Short Travel Bikes - Opinion
Riding the different disciplines of mountain biking improves the others. Yes, you should start with the basics, learning balance, stopping, bail-out, turning, climbing techniques first before you jump onto a full DH rig. I started out on a hard tail, worked my way up to a Demo. Love my Demo by the way! But spending a couple of days in the bike park you learn those high speed techniques, cornering, jumping, and gravity based techniques you don't get on your average trail ride. Your average trail ride you maybe get 10 to 20 min of pointing your bike down rather than climbing, so riding a DH rig is a great learning experience in the grand scheme of things. Now, I have taken those skills from my time in the bike park and applied them to riding my '11 Stumpy Evo. I tell you what, I have been able to find killer lines, push the bike to its limits and have had some fantastic rides. Any type of riding will aid in improving another. But what I see is a lot of people do not want to climb, or do any sort of "work" while on a bike ride. (Yes I do understand that cranking out DH runs is hard work...I do it too) And for those folks, too bad for you! You are missing out on so may great adventures.
clayboy223 brule's article
Nov 16, 2012 at 9:34Nov 16, 2012
Hurtin' for Vert 2012 - Part 4 of 4
This entire series was totally awesome! Now I need to go for a ride!
Nov 11, 2012 at 3:21Nov 11, 2012
2010 Fox DRCV RP23 7.75x2.25 shock, never used.
clayboy223 karl-burkat's article
Nov 9, 2012 at 7:46Nov 9, 2012
Video: Danny MacAskill and Hans Rey Rock Livigno
Dude, I am only 2 hours form there, why didn't you call???