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dirty-fecker RichardCunningham's article
Jan 15, 2016 at 3:38
Jan 15, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: Who Has the Right of Way - the Climber or the Descender?
Its' polite ! You'll always go home with a smile on your face 'cause you didn't piss anyone else off :-)
dirty-fecker RichardCunningham's article
Jan 15, 2016 at 3:35
Jan 15, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: Who Has the Right of Way - the Climber or the Descender?
Absolutely agree ! It's still all about keeping everyone happy. Why else would we be out on our bikes ? A bit more respect towards other trail user, bikers, runners, dog walkers or hikers ... doesn't matter, should be shown. My opinion is always , who's going to do the most damage in an accident should back off. If you're not riding in a bike park or on a dedicated downhill trail then you have to consider that there could be a moving object around every corner ... you better be able to stop before you hit it ! There are no "Rights" out there on the trail there is only mutual Respect and consideration.
dirty-fecker mikekazimer's article
Dec 9, 2015 at 8:11
Dec 9, 2015
SRAM GX Drivetrain - Review
I just don't get this 1x thing .... belongs in the same bin as 27,5 and 29 ! Just doesn't interest me somehow. And SRAM are just a rip off. Don't know where they get they're prices from. If I'm going to ride my bike so hard that bits keep breaking then give me SLX anyday ... or Zee for that matter.
dirty-fecker tom5's article
Dec 4, 2015 at 12:56
Dec 4, 2015
Berg Radeln, Earn your Descent - Video
Austria and especially Leogang are off the Mountainbike map for me. The Anti-MTB laws which prevent Bikers from riding on even Fire roads are extreme ! Together with the fact that the Tourist Industry which runs places like Leogang actually support these laws in order to keep the bikers in their parks so they can get their money for lift tickets etc. is totally unacceptable ! The situation in Austria is extreme - check out UpMove if you want to learn more.
dirty-fecker geebeebee's article
Nov 22, 2015 at 4:27
Nov 22, 2015
dirty-fecker paulaston's article
May 29, 2015 at 22:36
May 29, 2015
First Look: Vitus Sommet Carbon Prototype
Nee ... looks like a Canyon. or one of those other bikes that all look like a Trek ... ;-)
dirty-fecker rachellefrazer's article
Apr 19, 2015 at 11:20
Apr 19, 2015
dirty-fecker CaneCreekCyclingComponents's video
Apr 1, 2015 at 9:04
Apr 1, 2015
video
Is it enduro ?

dirty-fecker dbaker's article
Mar 5, 2015 at 9:12
Mar 5, 2015
Interview: Cam Zink Brings YT to North America
Bike Shops are just going to have to change with the times. Here in Germany some Online Bike Companies like Canyon have deals with local Bike Shops where customers can bring their bikes to. Just because they didn't sell the bike doesn't mean you can't be a customer. That attitude has definitely gotta change !
dirty-fecker briceshirbach's article
Feb 17, 2015 at 2:39
Feb 17, 2015
Interview: Si Paton - British Downhill Series Director
Yesterday I read that Santa Cruz Syndiate where not granted Trade Team Status by the UCI, because the riders Race gear is all different. They lose all their benefits at Events like reserved Pit space etc. At that moment I thought, "Yeah, another reason for DH to separate from the UCI and do it's own thing. But reading Si's view on the involvement and importance of the National Federation shows a completely different side and actually makes my thoughts from yesterday seem very childish :-( . Here in Germany we can do nothing without the Federations backing. I live near the Black Forest where riding on trails narrower than 2 meters is illegal - the German federation has never become actively involved in that discussion. Maybe if it did things here might change. Great work Si ! The BDS is an inspiration and it's tragic to think that I follow a Series in the UK when I live in a downhillers paradise.
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