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scott-townes konaworld's article
Oct 20, 2016 at 20:11
6 hours
An Update From Aggy: "On Any Other Day I Wouldn't Have Dropped In..."
WAKI and others- Its simple, you don't get it. That's fine. Freeriding has been around for a long time and has always carried big risks. This is nothing new. The only thing new is your ease of access to watch it live as it happens including all the bad. The riders choose to go to this event, the riders choose their lines, their tricks, etc. no one forces them to do this. Its their life, this is how they want to push themselves and the sport. This has nothing to do with you so don't watch it if you can't handle it. And BTW its shocking to me how upset the biking community is over this when some have been seriously injured racing DH (omg when will they slow down!? enough of this progressing/pushing the sport BS) or just sessioning dirt jumps (omg why can't these damned kids keep their wheels on the ground, isn't riding the bike on dirt enough!?) Ever hear of the Freeride World Tour? Its big mountain skiing and riding, highly revered. Many riders have died over the years competing in this event and guess what? No mass calls for protests or ending it because everyone in the game is mature enough to realize its what they want to do, its their choice and its not up to anyone else including those with too weak of a stomach to watch them make their choices or ride at the level they do. In short, its not your jam, I get it, but shut the hell up.
scott-townes pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 20, 2016 at 7:32
19 hours
Hans Rey and Why the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Matters
@neimbc: He kinda did with two fused vertebrae. gnarly stuff.
scott-townes pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 19, 2016 at 22:52
1 days
Hans Rey and Why the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Matters
@preach: Myself being a toddler when those events haven't occurred yet shows you have very little knowledge about this part of mtbing history. Once again age doesn't equal wisdom... just overconfidence with a side of bragging in this case.
scott-townes redbullbike's article
Oct 18, 2016 at 20:40
2 days
Danny MacAskill's Wee Day Out from his POV - Video
@cool3: Separate sessions, they jumped in to volunteer finishing up the edit because of Martin's accident.
scott-townes pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 18, 2016 at 19:28
2 days
Hans Rey and Why the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Matters
@preach: Funny, I'm 29 and have been biking for as long as you! ;) Regardless, your age doesn't mean you have a good understanding of biking history- especially freeriding.
scott-townes pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 18, 2016 at 14:08
2 days
Hans Rey and Why the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Matters
@preach: You gotta brush up on your history, bud.
scott-townes scottsecco's article
Oct 17, 2016 at 6:27
Oct 17, 2016
Movies For Your Monday
I know this isn't exactly Kosher but ad blocker is incredible in instances like this. Its easy to disable the blocker when viewing the rest of the site as well.
scott-townes redbullbike's article
Oct 15, 2016 at 18:36
Oct 15, 2016
Brandon Semenuk's Winning Run - Red Bull Rampage 2016
yeah its kinda incomprehensible how perfectly he hit that tranny on such a massive stepup.
scott-townes dbaker's article
Oct 15, 2016 at 6:50
Oct 15, 2016
The Magnificent 18 - Red Bull Rampage 2016
Well the people who actually rode there disagree so I feel they're more qualified to make that call... and I agree with them. That was absolutely ridiculous how big that 360 was. Compare that to a double backie on a pretty nice manicured jump with no exposure risk, its no contest. Maybe the only other choice would be Semenuks nollie because that was pretty friggen steeze balls.
scott-townes pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 14, 2016 at 18:56
Oct 14, 2016
Updates and Results - Red Bull Rampage 2016
@mfoga: You do understand that regardless of what he did, he still nailed his first run which gave him first place. His second run, taken or not, would have made zero difference. You're just a silly old fogie with zero understanding but plenty of unwarranted hatred.
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