My hate towards Specialized is real.

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dirtworks911 mikelevy's article
Feb 8, 2016 at 7:45
3 hours
Jared Graves' Specialized Enduro
It's the full 200 mm. You can tell when you compare the boxxer that comes on the Evo to this one (the decal on the stanchion gives is away).
dirtworks911 mikelevy's article
Feb 7, 2016 at 20:49
14 hours
Jared Graves' Specialized Enduro
I just threw a 40 on my nomad while I wait for my 36 to arrive and it's not that bad.
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Feb 7, 2016 at 11:51
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Feb 4, 2016 at 20:52
Feb 4, 2016
dirtworks911 mikelevy's article
Feb 3, 2016 at 22:26
Feb 3, 2016
Lazer Revolution Helmet - Review
Honestly, I feel this helmet below has better aesthetics than the Lazer Revolution.. http://www.kidshalloweencostumes4u.com/pimages/large/space-man-helmet.jpg
dirtworks911 pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 3, 2016 at 22:14
Feb 3, 2016
Pinkbike Awards - 2015 Comeback of the Year Winner
Zinks runs was certainly big mountain, there is no question about that. I feel the thing that really lowered his score to the judges was that it was almost identical (certainly the upper half) to what he did the previous year. The judges knew this and I feel progression in big mountain lines was on the top of their list, comparing runs to previous years. Let me correct myself, doing tricks don't actually lower a score but when these tricks hold back riders from riding the gnarliest lines it does (for Rampage at least.) Many of these slope style riders are coming from an environment where if they straight air and don't trick a jump that destroys their chances of winning, and for slope style contests it should. Rampage is completely different than any slope style contest in the world though. I feel some of these riders thought hitting a less intense line and throwing a backflip or 360 in it would score just as well if not better than sending a straight air 70 foot stepdown (after all, they are used to that kind of format with slope style event) only to look at the score board and feel robbed. In short, rampage judges want to see the biggest, most progressive big mountain lines first, and tricks second.
dirtworks911 mikelevy's article
Feb 2, 2016 at 20:51
Feb 2, 2016
1 Question - When is Change Worth It?
Honestly, any change in standards is to increase the progression of the sport. Could you imagine the aftermath of Kurt launching his rampage huck if he was riding on 9mm quick release?!
dirtworks911 mikelevy's article
Feb 2, 2016 at 15:38
Feb 2, 2016
1 Question - When is Change Worth It?
I'm here for the comments... :lol:
dirtworks911 ollyforster's article
Feb 2, 2016 at 13:10
Feb 2, 2016
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