Like to ride technical, fast, downhill, with roots, jumps, berms. Build Trails and maintain them as well. When it's too wet to ride, it is the perfect time to dig.
shilohtech TheFEST's article
Jul 21, 2016 at 10:37Jul 21, 2016
Loosefest 2016, First Hits - Video
What helped me a lot was helping my more experienced friends build new jumps or rebuild better ones. At first while you are building it, you are like "Damn this is kinda big and scary", but after it is done and you spent so much time working on it, you see your better friends jump it and how easy it looked. That usually gives me the motivation and confidence that it will work out. Everyone else is correct though, need to be center/neutral on the bike, stay loose, and it really helps to tweak the bike or the front wheel in the air to prevent doing a dead sailor crash over the bars. Remember: bones heal, pain is temporary, motion is the lotion.
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Jun 28, 2016 at 10:58Jun 28, 2016
Ben Wallace: Whistler Bromo - Video
I am going to change my last name to Wallace. Seems like there is some magic behind the name!
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Apr 18, 2016 at 11:13Apr 18, 2016
I Say "E-bike", You Say... - Sea Otter 2016
@Jhou: Some people are still pedaling 40lb bikes that don't have any electric motor or batteries.
shilohtech intensecyclesusa's article
Mar 31, 2016 at 10:03Mar 31, 2016
Lopes vs. The Spider 275C - Video
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Mar 3, 2016 at 9:31Mar 3, 2016
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shilohtech FreehubMag's article
Dec 29, 2015 at 10:00Dec 29, 2015
Home: Episode One, Bryn Atkinson - Video
As a person who helps build and maintain MTB trails, I am a little torn. I like the idea of blasting back up to the truck on a dirt bike if you have your own property and you can ensure that you are the only one using it. I would have a UP only trail for the dirt bike so it doesn't destroy the DH trail. On our secret DH/Freeride trail we constantly have to battle with some dirt bike guys who come through when it's wet and chew up the lips of jumps and creating a bunch of mud with with the burn outs and huge nobs on their tires. If it was my own property I for sure would do this, but with 2 different trails. Rant Over.
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shilohtech roseoakhill's article
Oct 22, 2015 at 12:31Oct 22, 2015
What Are People Riding Now? - Whistler Closing Weekend 2015
Long Live the BULLIT! I guess they really were indestructible frames. My 02 Bullit is still being trashed by my lil grom friend. He is constantly nose casing and and abusing the bike, but it just wont quit. It still has the original suspension on it front and back, albeit they are both blown.