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krahamgoats yoga15app's article
Jan 24, 2016 at 13:19
Jan 24, 2016
15-Minute Yoga Routine To Build Core Strength - Monthly Yoga with Abi
I've been sitting around the house doing nothing and decided to click this. I feel so much better after doing this! I'm goin to make it a routine to do one of these every day from now on. Thank you!
krahamgoats jlfskibikesail's video
Jan 10, 2016 at 8:28
Jan 10, 2016
I miss the old extended play

krahamgoats paulaston's article
Dec 22, 2015 at 14:02
Dec 22, 2015
Chris Porter Talks: GeoMetron 29" Prototype
I feel that Whyte has been quite progressive as well. I bought their g160 which has 635mm reach and 1200+ wheelbase in medium. It's 650b so maybe not relative to this discussion but the geometry is closer to geometron than anything else I've seen.
krahamgoats paulaston's article
Dec 19, 2015 at 23:21
Dec 19, 2015
Bliss ARG Vertical LD Day Top - Review
This is the shit that makes mountain biking look so lame to outsiders
krahamgoats SteelCityMedia's article
Nov 17, 2015 at 8:16
Nov 17, 2015
Cotic Bikes Presents The Rise of Straightline - Video
If i hadn't just bought a new bike I'd be all over this.
krahamgoats davidarthur's article
Nov 13, 2015 at 9:55
Nov 13, 2015
First Ride: Whyte T-130C
Longer stem!? The front end is so long I can't imagine you'd need that. But yes I did get a chance to ride and i understand what nige-dh felt with it being so long and low and having some pedal strikes. My last bike was a 2011 cove g spot which a a lower BB than the previous bike and i had a few strikes at first but it just takes a few rides to get used to where your pedals are. Same with the G 160. (I like bikes that start with g) I first rode the bike on a few short sections of trail with tight bermed corners to see how the longer wheelbase would work and found it to rail quite nicely. But the bike didn't truly come alive till I pedaled to the top of my favorite local trail (Rat Pack in Cle Ellum Wa). Once this bike gets up to speed you really start to appreciate the roomy front end. It's very stable yet flickable. Going off jumps it feels like it wants to get sideways. The more I rode the more I liked it. The other bike I was considering was a Transition Patrol and a guy at the trailhead had one and let me ride it. It felt comfortable right away but it was alot like my old cove. I'm happy with my choice and won't be taking advantage of the money back guarantee. The extreme geometry takes a little getting used to but it works. I recommend the Whyte G160
krahamgoats davidarthur's article
Nov 9, 2015 at 7:20
Nov 9, 2015
First Ride: Whyte T-130C
Mine is supposed to show up today. I'll give a report as soon as i ride it
krahamgoats EASTONcycling's article
Nov 4, 2015 at 11:02
Nov 4, 2015
Video: Bas Drops the Haven
My new consumer direct bike should show up next week complete with reverb. So far ive only tried gravity dropper and ks lev but the lev is always broken. I think its only seen 4 or 5 rides. Seems like a little string is the only thing supporting riders weight and it snaps so easily. The gravity dropper has seen loads of abuse and if something does go wrong its easy to fix. Even trail side. Hoping for the best with the reverb. My friend just had to replace his after just a few months
krahamgoats the-coastal-crew's article
Oct 28, 2015 at 9:36
Oct 28, 2015
Video and Photo Epic: The Burn by the Coastal Crew
Poor snail couldnt outrun the fire. I once found a rattle snake flash charred in perfect coiled striking position after a grass fire. We scooped it up in an old hubcap and had it on the kitchen table till it started to get moldy and droop. Should have shelacked it
krahamgoats mikekazimer's article
Jun 25, 2015 at 9:01
Jun 25, 2015
GT Bicycles 2016 - First Look
I wonder what Eddie Fiola is up to these days
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