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mountainbiker24 mikekazimer's article
Apr 22, 2013 at 3:55Apr 22, 2013
Aaron Gwin Wins DH on a 29er - Jill Kintner Wins on a 650B - Sea Otter 2013
Maybe you should stop worrying about what others are worrying about and focus on your own riding skills.
mountainbiker24 dart-bikes's article
Mar 14, 2013 at 13:16Mar 14, 2013
Contest: Name This Frame From Dartmoor Bikes
Dartmoor Image, Vision, Crave, Lust, Worthy... I didn't read the posts, so probably already been mentioned.
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mountainbiker24 karl-burkat's article
Jan 10, 2013 at 3:59Jan 10, 2013
Aaron Gwin's Official Statement
Except that Palmer's issues came from too much partying and a lack of commitment. The opposite of Gwin. I would also argue that he is much better than Palmer ever was. Perhaps the greatest since Tomac, who also was a different type of rider... Gwin is quite unique, given his talent and personality and beliefs.
mountainbiker24 mikelevy's article
Nov 27, 2012 at 4:07Nov 27, 2012
The Argument For Short Travel Bikes - Opinion
This is the same argument that I have against 29ers! Unless you're using your bike for a single purpose on a very specific type of trail, you're not using the bike to its potential and missing out on the little things that make mountain biking enjoyable. Why put on bigger wheels to smooth out and numb the trail feel? Isn't that why we left the road? Why use a bike with 8" of travel to make obstacles easier? It requires larger, more dangerous obstacles to give you the same thrill that a more common obstacle would give you on a hardtail or short-travel bike. Unless you're a serious racer or hucker, you don't need a big bike. So what if it slows you down a bit. Who cares? Like the article says, it's almost always more fun on a smaller bike, because it makes everyday obstacles more entertaining. Go ahead, pop that root that you never even noticed on your 6" bike.
mountainbiker24 tls36's photo
Sep 7, 2012 at 13:44Sep 7, 2012