jdoland brule's article
Dec 4, 2012 at 15:33Dec 4, 2012
Video: Jay Petervary Tour Divide Record Ride
Actually races like these break down your muscles. When you ride or work out, your muscles are actually ripping. When you rest these muscles repair themselves. However, if you don't rest, like in one of these events, the muscles continue to shred themselves. Also they aren't physically able to consume the calories needed to fuel these rides, so the body starts dipping into muscle as a source of energy.
jdoland KirillKUD's article
Nov 29, 2012 at 9:52Nov 29, 2012
Video: I Am 32 Years Old and Trials Makes Me Stronger
Do trials riders always run such low tire pressure? Made me cringe for the rims every time he hopped. I assume it was for traction but still, yikes!
jdoland karl-burkat's article
Nov 28, 2012 at 10:43Nov 28, 2012
Trek World Racing at Leogang World Champs
I'd be interested to known how many frames he went through... care to share?
jdoland konaworld's article
Nov 28, 2012 at 10:31Nov 28, 2012
Video: A Classic Refined - The 2013 Kona Shred
I have to agree with everyone, that is UGLY!
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jdoland cloverleaf's article
Nov 28, 2012 at 6:36Nov 28, 2012
Crankbrothers Mallet Mk3 and DH Pedals Review
Cyclocross riders regularly unclip and run over muddy, rough obstacles and then clip right back in. They test mud clearance probably a lot more than any downhill rider, as most downhill riders don't unclip, wander around in filth, then hop back on.