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dualsuspensiondave MaxBerkowitz's article
Sep 1, 2015 at 19:22
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Video: Caleb Holonko - Return Of The Shore
Yeah, I agree. Today's rappers are a bunch of suburban dudes acting like badasses. Kanye, what a pussy. This guy riding is legit. Sick seeing this guy ripping big lines on a trail bike though. That's the type of riding that got me into riding in the first place.
Sep 1, 2015 at 14:54
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dualsuspensiondave mikekazimer's article
Aug 29, 2015 at 8:07
Aug 29, 2015
First Look: Intense M16 Carbon - Eurobike 2015
I just told you, can you not understand english? The 2001 Santa Cruz V10 was SC's first VPP bike. Intense's first VPP bike was the M3 in 2003. Intense started developing the M3 in 2001 right as the V10 was released. It's facts, there is no arguing it. Intense make killer bikes, but they are not owners of the VPP patent, nor did they come out with the first VPP bike between SC and Intense.
dualsuspensiondave mikekazimer's article
Aug 28, 2015 at 21:30
Aug 28, 2015
First Look: Intense M16 Carbon - Eurobike 2015
Rob Roskopp got the VPP patent in 1999, then released the V10 with VPP in 2001. Again, you're on crack.
dualsuspensiondave mikekazimer's article
Aug 28, 2015 at 16:12
Aug 28, 2015
First Look: Intense M16 Carbon - Eurobike 2015
You're on crack dude. Santa Cruz owns the VPP patent. Intense pays them to use VPP. Get your facts straight. In fact Santa Cruz helped Intense make damn near every bike they have made.
dualsuspensiondave mikekazimer's article
Aug 28, 2015 at 9:09
Aug 28, 2015
First Look: Intense M16 Carbon - Eurobike 2015
Incorrect sir. Santa Cruz has helped Intense develop their bikes, not the other way around.
dualsuspensiondave mikekazimer's article
Aug 26, 2015 at 13:04
Aug 26, 2015
First Look: Evil Insurgent - Eurobike 2015
Sick bike, but the geo is too aggressive for most people's everyday riding. 6" bike with a 64-65 degree head angle?! Great for Whistler I'm sure. Would be a nightmare to pedal with a stand and mash though. This is coming from someone with a newmad too.
dualsuspensiondave pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 20, 2015 at 8:45
Aug 20, 2015
Results: World Cup DH Val di Sole - Timed Training
Yeah, you still have to get the app in order to view all of the results.
dualsuspensiondave davetrump's article
Aug 20, 2015 at 8:16
Aug 20, 2015
Photo Epic: The Final Chapter - World Cup DH Val di Sole, Track Walk
@dfiler- Definitely get them warrantied. That was a past issue with Schwalbe tires. They are the best gripping and rolling tires out there.
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