Nov 10, 2015 at 12:06Nov 10, 2015
10 Questions with Velofix
I see a lot more beards on trails than attractive blonde women. So yours must be more realistic.
Nov 10, 2015 at 11:53Nov 10, 2015
10 Questions with Velofix
If they can not do major repairs, they could certainly adjust their setup to be able to. I used to work for a suspension manufacturer and a part of my job was to offer full technical support to athletes at world cups. My workspace was no bigger than this van and I could do just about anything in there. Even though I was working for a suspension brand, I was doing lots of maintenance and tune ups for the whole bike for the riders who were not supported by a complete racing team.. just to help them a bit. Bearing services, suspension services, wheel services, brake bleed and services, tune ups, etc etc. I honestly think that you could fit everything you need in a van to be able to perform 99% of the work you may need on a bike. You really don't need that much stuff.
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Excellent condition, excellent quality. For DH use. Here is some info: http://www.competitivecyclist.com/poc-joint-vpd-shin-protector Size small
Aug 5, 2015 at 11:13Aug 5, 2015
Will Olson Memorial Fund
This is a very nice initiative to help other people in need, it's good to see the generosity of the mtb community. However, I can't help but think about average people whose death will remain silent because they were just some man or woman working in a shop or restaurant. There is countless of families living difficult times after loosing a family member due to various health problems, road accidents, crimes and so on. I prefer to support an organization that will help people in need regardless of who they are rather than helping for this specific tragedy. Or support politics that will help people in need. That being said, this is just me and I hope that this family will benefit from this help. I just whished that all other families would benefit the same help, which is not the case. Congrats to pinkbike for leaving aside the business and support a cause.
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Jul 17, 2015 at 7:35Jul 17, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Flow Trails vs. Technical Trails
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Jun 3, 2015 at 7:18Jun 3, 2015
Finished: Ask Us Anything - Schwalbe, Procore
When using procore for DH use, is it still necessary to run an ''heavy wire bead multi-ply'' tire? Or is a lighter, foldable and cheaper tire will do?
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Mar 20, 2015 at 12:31Mar 20, 2015
Interview: Miranda Miller Just Don’t Care
What a shit comment, get out of here
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Jan 27, 2015 at 5:32Jan 27, 2015
Fraser Valley: A Mountain Biking Mecca
Not that hard... keep your jeans an extra 2-3 years, forget the new car and learn how to fix that 1997 Corolla (youtube can teach anything), 29er is not necessary your 26er will be just fine, a small home is awesome, bike to work to save petrol --> get lean and save on gym fees, forget about this addictive latest iphone, and so on. Then you can easily afford days off and time of your life.
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