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scott-townes TheFEST's article
Sep 1, 2014 at 5:59
15 hours
Wayyy too many to name, also one other name people seem to forget is Bender. He did a whole lot more than just fall on big drops.
scott-townes pinkbikeaudience's article
Aug 31, 2014 at 19:03
1 days
Injury Update: Lorenzo Suding
anyone who has had to drive a car a long distance knows how dangerous this can be and have all had a taste of nodding off... it's insanely scary. really happy to hear he's healing up and it wasn't as bad as it coulda been. always another season to ripper!
scott-townes TheFEST's article
Aug 31, 2014 at 16:39
1 days
and his 360 before that, and Crankworx slope, and Rampage in general every year they have it, and Romanauk's insane gaps/drops... etc, etc. haha.
scott-townes LittleTrace13's article
Aug 31, 2014 at 7:06
2 days
Hannah Report: Reflections on Racing
he's got big balls... I like big balls... well done tracey, good luck at worlds!
scott-townes redbullbike's article
Aug 30, 2014 at 22:02
2 days
Road to Rampage - The Journey Begins
It has always been ticket only admission... since they brought it back in 08 anyways. The first wave was for "insiders" and the second wave of tickets will go on sale soon with more publicity... the first wave was only by ear but still sold out insanely quick. I have no idea what their plan is with these wave of tickets but regardless, I've never missed one and will not start now. It was like fate they brought it back the year I moved out here ;) haha
scott-townes SramMedia's video
Aug 30, 2014 at 18:45
2 days
Seriously, that must have been such an incredible experience and I didn't know it was Billinghurst who by the sounds was a huge part in Finn being allowed in, that's so sick. This is a bit of a claim but back in '06 we were lucky enough to fly out to Whistler from NE and do a weekend camp with him and Schley as our "coaches". Even though I was a huge fan of Richie and barely knew Adam (only watched freeride vids then), I distinctly remember Billinghurst being really fun and more memorable than Richie... and that's saying something because Richie was friggen awesome and beyond friendly/helpful. Its so tight to see Adam is still creating such a positive impact on the sport... and congrats to Finn also, haha.

scott-townes redbullbike's article
Aug 30, 2014 at 11:38
2 days
Must Watch: The Story of Red Bull Joyride
The only thing I can think of is bringing back the hip feature so people can boost as high as they want to. Of course not many riders will go for it since you can get more points for tricking it but maybe have an extra $500 set aside for biggest air? Either way, that hip was one of the best features in the history of Crankworx slope because of how entertaining it was to watch. It'd be tight to see that back again.
scott-townes ryann's article
Aug 29, 2014 at 14:13
Aug 29, 2014
World Record Vertical Descent Attempt on Mt. 7 It's the very top section and a quick shot of it in the woods. Action starts at 1:10 but the heli shots before that give a good perspective of how steep it is.
scott-townes ryann's article
Aug 29, 2014 at 14:09
Aug 29, 2014
World Record Vertical Descent Attempt on Mt. 7
makripper- Not everyone is a giant pussy. ;) BTW here's a sick edit from Seasons I believe...
scott-townes ThreadKiller's article
Aug 28, 2014 at 15:41
Aug 28, 2014
Race Recap and Video: Oregon Enduro Series Round 4 - Ashland
Nah, US riders just have bigger balls ;) but really though, Euro events from what I've read are proper DH trails. Ashland does have some tech stuff but it's nothing bad enough to require extra protection while racing... or I should say wearing extra protection isn't worth the time it'll cost you since most racers are more than capable to handle the trails confidently.
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