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Apr 15, 2013 at 9:10Apr 15, 2013
Movies For Your Monday
I'm not completely sure, but I think the idea is that anyone could ride a scooter, or scooters are easy to ride.
dwdw robertbbr's article
Mar 26, 2013 at 7:58Mar 26, 2013
Euro Adventures - Tour du Grand Massif and Rochers de Naye
Pitch was the best value bike ever. Too bad it disappeared.
dwdw EASTONcycling's article
Mar 6, 2013 at 14:07Mar 6, 2013
Easton Cycling Hub Upgrade Kit
And an army of people on Pinkbike, getting in line to support the companies that produce this junk, criticizing anyone who dares question the almighty industry.
dwdw mountainequipmentcoop's article
Feb 6, 2013 at 7:56Feb 6, 2013
Ghost Bikes Shredding the Shore
I respectfully disagree. I also see MEC incredibly differently than either Sport Chek or Walmart. I hope that MEC can help change the Canadian bike shop industry by leading the way in cutting out the middle-man and introducing prices we see elsewhere in the world.
dwdw rioenYetio's photo
Jan 13, 2013 at 13:59Jan 13, 2013
dwdw mikekazimer's article
Jan 8, 2013 at 7:54Jan 8, 2013
Pinkbike's Burning Question - Should You Support Your Local Bike Shop or Buy Online?
I've had pretty mixed experiences at Bow Cycle, and barely use them anymore. Online shopping attracted me with the price, but has kept me due to the amazing selection and convenience. With Bow, I typically have to drive there, order a part, wait for 2 weeks, then pay twice as much for it, and do one more drive. Also, I may or may not get the douchey employee (To be fair, some of the Bow employees are excellent, others not so much). Online, I pay less, wait about the same, and it comes to my door. Having said all this, Bow Cycle appears to do amazing business. I am always amazed driving by there in the spring time at the sheer volume of new bikes being walked out the door. People that don't know exactly what they want or how to service their equipment will always depend on the LBS. There is room for both.
dwdw rasoulution's article
Dec 19, 2012 at 10:40Dec 19, 2012
New MacAskill Signature Products From Lezyne
This passes for news on Pinkbike
Dec 17, 2012 at 7:46Dec 17, 2012
Video: Helmet Safety Comparison
I'm not sure if I am seeing this correctly, but I don't think they are comparable helmets. Protec sells helmets that look very similar but have different foam inside. One if them is soft foam and is marketed towards skateboarding and low speed sports, the other has the styrofoam (for lack of a better word) and is designed for bikes. I think they used the soft foam and compared it to one with the hard foam. If this is the case, it hardly seems a fair comparison.
Dec 10, 2012 at 10:18Dec 10, 2012
Movies For Your Monday
I really enjoyed the Quicy Shanks Demo Reel. It's nice to see someone who is so well rounded skating, snowboarding and biking.