prana425 BigTimber's article
Dec 7, 2011 at 4:38Dec 7, 2011
Riding in the Age of Confusion
I believe the complications we see in our sport today, are a direct result of the "roadie" community. They are techno-cycling-geeks, who don't ride, to just ride, and have fun. They TRAIN. Part of the complications also come from a natural progression of the sport. When we went from klunkers, to hardtails, to Full suspension sleds, it's no wonder things have gotten complicated. In a very short time frame too. Life is complicated, and so is mountain biking. It's all what you make of it really. You have the choice to sit and obsess about little details, or you can just lube the chain and ride it like you stole it. That's why I like my Transition, just air up the tires, and off I go.
prana425 IanHylands's article
May 7, 2011 at 15:43May 7, 2011
Ranchstyle Pinkbike Best Trick Throwdown - Vote now!
Mike Montgomery wins it for sure!
prana425 brule's article
Apr 20, 2011 at 19:49Apr 20, 2011
Brian Lopes is now working as a mechanic!
He IS a tool, the least he could do is learn how to use some tools.
prana425 JulianCoffey's article
Apr 7, 2011 at 17:43Apr 7, 2011
Pinkbike Welcomes Richard Cunningham
How RAD is this? The guru himself, with all his knowledge, and years in the biz...coming to PB! I'm truly excited. Hoping to see a weekly story/segment kinda like "Ask RC".
prana425 mikelevy's article
Dec 3, 2010 at 7:00Dec 3, 2010
Thule T2 Hitch Rack Review
I had one for two years, and loved it! Never had any problems with rust, hardware loosening, or straps breaking. I removed it from my vehicle after every use and hung it in the garage though, in order to prolong the life of it, and keep it tip top. I ended up selling it and now miss it quite a bit. I'd give it five out of five gold stars, and definitely recommend it to any other riders looking for a good rack system!
prana425 brule's article
Nov 25, 2010 at 10:45Nov 25, 2010
Fox presents Kirt Voreis' Thanksgiving Contest
I'm thankful for all life's lessons that can be learned by the simple action of pedaling through the woods and urban jungles. Most of all thankful that I can come home to my family, whom love and support me. (No matter how much I spend on my hobby)
prana425 longnguyen's photo
Oct 8, 2010 at 9:06Oct 8, 2010
prana425 ebehn's article
Sep 8, 2010 at 17:36Sep 8, 2010
Pedal Driven, A Bike-umentary
Looks like a great documentary. I was hooked on just the preview! To see local trails featured and tell the story from all sides is RAD.
Aug 31, 2010 at 20:28Aug 31, 2010
what's up dude? how's the transition holding up? you're still working w/ helis and aviation down in oregon, right?
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