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For the 2014 season I will be riding for Trail Head Racing, Specialized, Sram, Kali Protectives, Karma Tequila, O-tus safe sounds,Trail Head Cyclery, Five Ten shoes, Industry Nine, and Evoc Sports.

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livehardrideharder mikekazimer's article
Jan 12, 2015 at 11:56
Jan 12, 2015
Specialized S-Works Enduro 650B - Review
I have been riding this bike since August and I love it. I could not agree more with this article. In fact, it is so in line with my opinions its scary. I agree, climbing in the descend mode is best on technical, the 34 ring is a bit tall for me, and I immediately switched out for a 40mm stem and loved it. This bike is the best trail bike ever. I have ridden/owned nomads, sb-66's, you name it. (but I haven't ridden a tracer, so I can't speak for that)
livehardrideharder TrailHeadCyclery's article
Jan 8, 2015 at 20:58
Jan 8, 2015
Video: Wet Whips and Cold Nips
im sorry, you can view my nips here. (or at least one of them) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-yV_Ek0hmo
livehardrideharder karl-burkat's article
Jan 6, 2015 at 13:27
Jan 6, 2015
First Look: New Sony Action Cam to Shoot 4K
The remote viewing wrist unit is awesome and the image stabilization makes a huge difference. Easy interface too. I dont like how far it sticks off the chest mount tho... I own every POV cam out there and I like the sony best so far.
livehardrideharder mikelevy's article
Jan 1, 2015 at 10:11
Jan 1, 2015
Birzman Travel Tool Box - Review
Half those tools are useless. Haven't used a BB tool like that in years... And that spoke wrench is a POS. I'd say 12 useful pieces which comes out to more like $20 a piece... And when was a screwdriver, Allen's, or tire levers worth $20 a piece?
livehardrideharder pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 12, 2014 at 8:56
Dec 12, 2014
XMAS Contest: Win Lizard Skins Grips
ya, pick him! I wont vote today just to give you a better shot at it. Happy birthday.
livehardrideharder pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 12, 2014 at 8:56
Dec 12, 2014
livehardrideharder RichardCunningham's article
Dec 10, 2014 at 20:21
Dec 10, 2014
Dynaplug Micro Pro Tubeless Tire Repair Tool - Review
Put one of these in my stocking! Or at least the Pinkbike Advent Calendar...
livehardrideharder mikelevy's article
Nov 12, 2014 at 13:31
Nov 12, 2014
SRAM Guide RS Brake - Review
www.facebook.com/trailheadracing2015/photos/a.1538615373024240.1073741828.1537779729774471/1564225557129888/?type=1&theater IF WE WIN I WILL GIVE AWAY A SET OF GUIDE BRAKES!!!!!!!!!!
livehardrideharder mikelevy's article
Nov 12, 2014 at 11:26
Nov 12, 2014
SRAM Guide RS Brake - Review
https://www.facebook.com/trailheadracing2015/photos/a.1538615373024240.1073741828.1537779729774471/1564225557129888/?type=1&theater IF WE WIN I WILL GIVE AWAY A SET OF GUIDE BRAKES!!!!!!!!!! I run the guides on my 2015 Enduro 650B and LOVE THEM. At the Ashland Mountain Challenge there was a super steep fast trail where everyone else's brakes overheated and began to fail, but the guides had absolutely no problem handling it.
livehardrideharder TrailHeadCyclery's article
Nov 12, 2014 at 11:02
Nov 12, 2014
Trail Head Racing Kind Campaign: Vote Now
I can see where this guy is coming from. Hearing a drivetrain needs to be replaced sucks. Im all for running parts down till they are a mangled mess, but im sure the shop suggested this for 2 reasons (assuming his claim is true) 1. If something cannot be tuned, the shop will suggest replacing it, because if they tune something broken and it runs like crap then it will look like they did a bad job. (also, im sure there is some degree of liability as well) 2. With drivetrain especially, if one part is worn out it will wear out other parts and then by just replacing one part that part wont last because the other parts are already messed up. I always change chainring, chain, and cassette together so that they last as long as possible.
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