Apr 22, 2016 at 21:18Apr 22, 2016
Finals Results - Cairns DH World Cup 2016
More racing less lifestyle http://live.tissottiming.com/?id=00030D01&style=Tissot Can already skip the first hour of Redbull now that we know Rach thrashed 'em.
powermutant ChainReactionCycles's article
Feb 23, 2016 at 23:28Feb 23, 2016
Sam Hill and Mike Jones Pre-Season Training - Video
Showed 'im everything he needs to know, like how to properly wear a wifebeater and thongs.
Feb 9, 2016 at 20:20Feb 9, 2016
Ask Pinkbike: Handlebar Roll, Which Transition, and Timing With a Stopwatch
There's some sentiment that for high single pivots there can be an offset benefit in rolling the bars back due to lengthening rear centre under suspension compression and subsequent relative forward movement of rider mass. Ie. keeping rider weight back to stop going over the bars during big hits.
powermutant mikelevy's article
Feb 4, 2016 at 15:23Feb 4, 2016
Lazer Revolution Helmet - Review
"most unique" ?
powermutant RadonFactoryRacing's article
Jan 6, 2016 at 20:54Jan 6, 2016
Johannes Fischbach joins the Radon Factory Team - Video
Great to see Joost the Boost with an industry gig.
powermutant ThredboResort's article
Dec 8, 2015 at 18:50Dec 8, 2015
Cannonball MTB Festival 2015: That's a Wrap - Video
Too much Blues is never enough!
Oct 12, 2015 at 21:21Oct 12, 2015
Ask Me Anything: Sam Hill
1. Do you ride faster now than say '08 world champs? If so, how/why: - equipment change/improvement - 650b, suspension (better, softer, harder), chassis balance, geometry/contact point changes; - style change; - mental/physical improvement; - other riders; - something else? 2. Have you consciously experimented with riding style? What did you learn?
powermutant mikekazimer's article
Apr 30, 2015 at 22:07Apr 30, 2015
1 Question: What's the Next Step For Mountain Bike Suspension Technology?
powermutant LittleTrace13's article
Apr 24, 2015 at 3:12Apr 24, 2015
Hannah Report: Lourdes World Cup 1
http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/cadel-evans-recalls-fond-memories-of-mountain-bike-days-in-cairns "Evans, who would go on to win the UCI MTB World Cup in both 1998 and 1999, raced the '94 event as a junior finishing fifth in the process and thus started a rather unique tradition. "That year was the first time we had a senior elite race in Australia," said Evans. "I placed fifth, and while I was still a junior at the time I was allowed to enter the race as it was also a part of our Australia national series. "On that occasion because I was Australian, even though I was a junior and got fifth, they decided to put five on the podium and that started the tradition, which in the end became something very useful for the sponsors of the sport of mountain biking as it gave more publicity to more teams and made it - from exposure point of view - very important.""