pingntodd pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 5, 2016 at 12:15Aug 5, 2016
Devinci Cycles - UCI World Cup DH - Mont Sainte Anne Fantasy Contest
Gwin, Hart, Brosnan / Atherton, Nicole, Carpenter
pingntodd PBShareTheRide's article
Jan 29, 2016 at 9:41Jan 29, 2016
Share the Ride - Calgary
Jason (loudenprise) is such an awesome ambassador for mountain biking. he is always a giver at events. And to all the people involved with the kids.........you rock!
pingntodd mikelevy's article
Sep 25, 2015 at 14:14Sep 25, 2015
Review: Praxis Wide Range 10spd Cassette
I put one of these on my bike and it worked flawlessly. Shifting up and down was butter! I found exactly what they say here.....that the little differences between the gears really was nice when shifting lots through the trees. I noticed it right away and ride alot of trails that are punchy so was a welcome improvement for better pedaling output.
pingntodd mikekazimer's article
Oct 17, 2014 at 5:14Oct 17, 2014
HT Components X1 Pedal - Review
TIME ATAC pedals are the best clipless pedals........period. Lots of float, perfect tention pressure and the spindle/bearings just never wear out. Don't knnow how they do it but they do!!
pingntodd brule's photo
Oct 14, 2014 at 22:00Oct 14, 2014
pingntodd EyesdownFilms's article
Jan 29, 2014 at 11:56Jan 29, 2014
Mojo Pro Bike Clinic, Clips VS Flats with Neil Donoghue
getting in and out of clips is made to sound "so hard to do". If anyone has run Time pedals they will know that the ease of in/out and float allowed in them is perfect. They never clog up and I can not believe how well they are made. I have pedal sets that are years old and still spin on the spindle like they were a day old. The debate is endless though as it really is a personal thing, but you can not argue how effiecient clips are to flats. They have come a long way in design so if you have not tried them 'just because ..........give them a shot. You may surprise yourself
pingntodd mikelevy's article
Jan 10, 2014 at 12:05Jan 10, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: Dogs on the Trail?
My last dog was an unbelievable trail dog that was smart, fast and never got in the way. She was always aware of the bikes whether with just me or in groups. My buddies enjoyed her on the trail every ride. She is too old for trails now, but hangs out in garage before and after rides to socialize. My new puppy in being groomed for trails right now with me, and is already great on rides. She will soon be allowed to be on full rides at speed when she is a bit stronger as she is only 10 months. I have been on rides where people have dogs that do not listen ( which means they always get in the way), and don't know their place on the trail. I had a friend whose dog constantly came on rides and ALWAYS got in the way, biting at wheels etc. We warned her that one day it would get hurt and sadly it did- by her. Biting at her tire one day it got its tail caught in the rotor and cut it clean off. The dog never came out again. I do not think those dogs should be out on trails with riders any more than I would want to ride with an idiot on trails who rides blindly and recklessly. Know your dog, train your dog and have the most fun ever with your best friend- every ride!!
pingntodd bcenduroseries's article
Dec 18, 2013 at 14:11Dec 18, 2013
BC Enduro Series - Presented by Norco Bicycles
awesome.........can't wait !!
pingntodd karl-burkat's article
Nov 28, 2013 at 6:12Nov 28, 2013
2013 Photo of the Year is...
congrats to the winner, but ideally would like to see an AMATURE category as well as this OPEN one so that regular weekend warriors can compete on an even field against eachother. Not many make it their job, have access to light meters, staged settings, high end gear and endless re-takes with top freeriders. I love their pics but think that 2 classes would make it better for all the other million pions on PB, to have a chance
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