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taletotell LittleTrace13's article
Jul 23, 2014 at 18:03
Jul 23, 2014
Hannah Report: Battling Demons at Les Deux Alpes
That last thought about having chose and needing to decide if she was in or out was most inspiring to me. I can apply that to so much in my life. It goes way beyond peddling.
taletotell LittleTrace13's article
Jul 23, 2014 at 18:01
Jul 23, 2014
Hannah Report: Battling Demons at Les Deux Alpes
Dude gee shred hard no matter the rig. Clearly gt isn't holding him back.
taletotell DanMilner's article
Jul 23, 2014 at 12:14
Jul 23, 2014
Video: Afghanistan With Matt Hunter And Dan Milner
I really think mountain biking could save Afghanistan.
taletotell toddosworld's photo
Jul 22, 2014 at 20:06
Jul 22, 2014
I almost got an old 80s Honda xl 450‚ but the guy Sol them before I got there.

taletotell pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 22, 2014 at 12:48
Jul 22, 2014
Ask Pinkbike - Shimano XTR Brake Tips, One-By Chainring Choices and the Wrong Slopestyle Bike
For the bike of choice for hard riding and jumping get a used hard tail from the early aughts. These tend to be tough and heavy with good tire clearance. Though the geo is not always perfect, angle sets and newer forks can make up the difference. A bunch of companies released them. The nice thing is, you can build it up with nice parts and then pick up a newer frame later.
taletotell TimZim's article
Jul 20, 2014 at 17:26
Jul 20, 2014
Photo Epic: The Goods On Park City, Utah
Also we have the great western trail: 4400 miles from north to south. I rode some of it today. Flowy single track with bermed turns. Turns out the state pays people to groom it. Utah is on the rise.
taletotell dirtworks911's photo
Jul 20, 2014 at 12:00
Jul 20, 2014
Haha!

taletotell TimZim's article
Jul 20, 2014 at 9:16
Jul 20, 2014
Photo Epic: The Goods On Park City, Utah
Cool. I never talked down BC. Never said it was falling behind. I said Utah was catching up. There is a certain benefit small businesses have over big ones: they grow a lot faster. BC has been huge for a long time. Utah is just growing at a million miles per hour. Utah has had organically grown horse trails dating back to the mid 1800's that are now multi use trails that are awesome all over Tue range land that spans most of the huge state. To those thousands of kilometers of trails add in tons of new bike specific professionally designed public funded bike trails being added to every day, as well everything the bike parks are doing to draw the growing client base to their resort. What I am saying is simple. Utah is catching up, fast. In the next five years in will be able to ride from Idaho to the middle of the state without leaving the he Bonneville shoreline trail. We are almost there already. On the way I will be able to stop and sesh dozens of local trails that lead off into vast mountain ranges. I will be able to ride every type of terrain. Utah has a good share of ski resorts you might have noticed. As those resorts continue to expand their summer operations the variety of available trails will continue to explode. BC is still on top, but more and more I hear about the government placing restrictions on new growth. Utah is doing the opposite. Here the Man is actually building skills parks in towns with tax dollars even as the state continues to grow and thrive in what has been a bad economy for everyone else. At the end of the day BC and Utah have a lot in common culturally and geographically. BC has more forest (gotta love that rain forest coast) and Utah has more desert (like 90% of the state it seems like) but these differences are not really important since you can ride in both types of terrain. The major difference as far as biking goes is mainly in Utah's unrealized potential. What I was saying was Utah is well on her way to realizing that potential.
taletotell yeticycles's article
Jul 18, 2014 at 13:16
Jul 18, 2014
Proven Here. SB5 Carbon and the San Juan Mountains
Pb reviewed this. Said it rides very well. Yeti does an advert for it and in both cases people scresn and cry about it. Yeti tried a sliding pivot on a DH bike a few years ago didn't they? I hope it works out. I have been looking for something new for a while now and this might fit the bill.
taletotell Eastern-States-Cup's article
Jul 18, 2014 at 13:09
Jul 18, 2014
POC Eastern States Cup Preview: Windham WC DH Test Race
Slow but steady growth for MTB in NY. I hope windan can find it in their hearts to start a regular season lift operation.
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