kubaner geebeebee's article
Nov 26, 2015 at 18:07Nov 26, 2015
kubaner geebeebee's article
Nov 26, 2015 at 7:41Nov 26, 2015
Danny MacAskill - This is Drop and Roll
Guessing you weren't listening to too much music in the early 80's. That's the original song by Aldo Nova. Not sure who did the Fantasy Factory less metal version.
kubaner RichardCunningham's article
Nov 24, 2015 at 8:02Nov 24, 2015
Michelin Talks Tires
Grabbing a top spot while it's open. Pinkbike, what is your motivation for removing comments or entire comment threads? I've had neg propped comments and positive propped comments removed. Sometimes under someone else's initial comment, but it still leaves me wondering why. Negativity is a part of every Internet forum. You provide a means to down vote a comment but still feel the need to remove some. Just wondering why
kubaner anthill's article
Nov 23, 2015 at 14:29Nov 23, 2015
unReal Trek Remedy 9.8 - Winner
Member since November 1...... hmmmmm
kubaner mikekazimer's article
Nov 19, 2015 at 5:40Nov 19, 2015
Acquired Tastes - Opinion
I get it Mike. The trees are the bread. So many kinds of bread. The trail is the peanut butter. Either chunky or smooth. I prefer chunky. A little strawberry jelly leaking out of my shin. Very clever.
kubaner trek's article
Nov 18, 2015 at 4:13Nov 18, 2015
kubaner laurenjenkins's article
Nov 12, 2015 at 10:48Nov 12, 2015
Angie Hohenwarter - Interview
How come no one told me I could've gone to school for tourism?!?!
kubaner mikelevy's article
Nov 5, 2015 at 4:17Nov 5, 2015
Opinion - They're All Flawed Bikes
My Nicolai is perfect
kubaner SramMedia's article
Oct 23, 2015 at 18:14Oct 23, 2015
Rampage Revealed - Ryan “R-Dog” Howard Expresses His Rampage
Figure this is a good opportunity to put in my two cents about rampage. R Dogs riding is definitely something special. For him to single out Zink and Strait as what impresses him is pretty cool. I love rampage, for what it was, for what it was supposed to be, and for what it can be. It may be in a transitional period right now. I don't see any reason to blame redbull for its present state. There was a retrospective from the 2014 Rampage where Zink stated that the thrill of rampage is doing something where you know what the consequences could be but overcoming it. Zink also referenced a recent article about taking control and how he and other riders will soon be doing so. His quote "Our diplomacy is no longer falling on deaf ears and change is on the way." I really hope this happens. All the pros were stoked for Rampage online before it happened. Or at least seemed to be. I'd hate to see the riders not take control and make Rampage an event that can continue. Even without Redbull. Monster Rampage? Rockstar Rampage? Who cares? I've gotten used to NASCAR without Winston. I'd like to see the biggest freeride MTB event become something lasting. The riders can dictate how it progresses if they stick together.
kubaner redbullbike's article
Oct 15, 2015 at 20:05Oct 15, 2015
Video: Aggy's Qualifying Run - Red Bull Rampage 2015
Yeah I'm having trouble taking the new with the old. Not criticizing the current Rampage at all. It is absolutely amazing. I just think it's hard to compare a true free ride/big mountain line with a groomed, sandbagged, wooden ramp line. I don't think the competitors should change their approach, but maybe Redbull could require a mix of terrain for everyone. Not sure what to compare it to. Maybe the way half pipe bmx was scored? Every competitor had to cover all bases.