If i'm not pushing my bike up the mountain, i'm riding down it.. that's all I do.. ohh yeah I work sometimes too.

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dmadness mindspark's article
Dec 3, 2014 at 18:07
Dec 3, 2014
MUST WATCH: Horsepower - Brett Rheeder
yeah that would be it.... still .. awesome.
Dec 3, 2014 at 17:55
Dec 3, 2014
dmadness mindspark's article
Dec 2, 2014 at 18:42
Dec 2, 2014
MUST WATCH: Horsepower - Brett Rheeder
whaaaaaaat?? front flip barspin, landing a jump in a manual, and was that a cash roll I spotted??? seriously rheeder, you are a siiick rider man. looking forward to watching you do things I could only ( maybe ) do on a planet with less than half the gravity of earth and STILL I wouldn't have the style.. absolutely awesome video. :salute:
dmadness sewi's article
Nov 30, 2014 at 21:22
Nov 30, 2014
Video: Soft Ground and Broken Bones
So happy for the mute button, WTF is up with the "music" awesome riding
dmadness scottsecco's article
Nov 20, 2014 at 21:39
Nov 20, 2014
Video: Ryan Berrecloth - Sending it on the Shore
not following you?? are you asking how much all this costs> ?
dmadness dylawn's article
Nov 20, 2014 at 21:36
Nov 20, 2014
Life in the Loops - Empty Pockets
true though ive broken my femur hip and left shoulder out once and was happy to have my phone, I still like riding without it, but I may hold back a little more on those rides.
Nov 19, 2014 at 22:32
Nov 19, 2014
dmadness CVSickEdits's video
Nov 19, 2014 at 22:31
Nov 19, 2014
nice vid guys, good to see josh ripping it up... 2nd part claimer ?? looks good. :)

dmadness scottsecco's article
Nov 19, 2014 at 19:48
Nov 19, 2014
Video: Ryan Berrecloth - Sending it on the Shore
ive built some trail on rock, you need a cordless hammer drill, Hilti 1/4 FIP threaded inserts, 1/4 " redi rod ( cut to length ) and some washers and nuts for the redi rod... you can build anywhere you like with those supplys, 1 insert holds 500 LB, 1. drill into rock 2. set insert 3. slam pin in insert 4, thread redi rod into it and cut leaving enough for your stringers ( wood ) 5 drill through 2 x 6 centers and secure to the rock with washers and nuts you now have a base to build off of, if you need additional support you do the same but lower ( or higher ) on the rock and you brace your platform out from there.. also never forget how hard a 50/50 mix of fire ash and dirt will set up... the ash filled with lye basically makes cement ( good for holding supports in their place after theyre dug into the ground .. :salute:
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