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toaster29 WAKIdesigns's article
Jun 25, 2016 at 5:59
Jun 25, 2016
Waki-Leaks' Down-Duro Conversion Kit
Funny thing is that could actually work.
toaster29 WAKIdesigns's article
Jun 25, 2016 at 5:56
Jun 25, 2016
Waki-Leaks' Down-Duro Conversion Kit
If you're not too worried about how stupid it looks you can actually fit some oldschool 25mm setback posts backwards. Only issue being the result is just as handsome as Wakis drawings...
toaster29 paulaston's article
Jun 14, 2016 at 12:52
Jun 14, 2016
Pinkbike Tech: SWAT Your Bike
@pakleni: Because explaining any woman in a fertile age you're riding a bicycle that costs more than your car is a pretty sure way to make sure you wont be using those condoms where you'd want to... Face full of dirt wont help either...
toaster29 danyul's article
Mar 30, 2016 at 23:16
Mar 30, 2016
Traveling the World in Style: Richie Schley's Mercedes-Benz AMG G63
Merc is not exactly known for being unreliable... Plus with a Land Cruiser you'll still be driving a Toyota. Not a merc. If you know what i mean.
toaster29 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 30, 2015 at 10:52
Sep 30, 2015
Is This The Future? - Video
Short after that we sill all be riding Bianchi. I'm scared now.
toaster29 paulaston's article
Sep 1, 2015 at 22:11
Sep 1, 2015
Hardcore German Tech(no?) - Eurobike 2015
Would fail miserably first time you try to brake, but that doesn't matter, 'cos you're way too drunk to ride anyway.
toaster29 lacykemp's article
Aug 30, 2015 at 3:29
Aug 30, 2015
10 Tips: How to Train a Trail Dog
"Long bones are not fully grown until about 18 months and dogs should not be exercised too much before that time" Thats only true for some breeds that look like something taken out from a cartoon. Remember they're just wolves - you think mommywolf wont let the kids run till they're 18? The breeds used for actual work (mostly hunting, pulling or hearding) can easily outlast our fat butts on the trails before they're six months old. I started training mine 2,5 months old, skiing and running for 4-5 kilometers at first, making sure she can keep up. 2 months later she needed to make sure I can keep up.
toaster29 lacykemp's article
Aug 30, 2015 at 3:18
Aug 30, 2015
10 Tips: How to Train a Trail Dog
Unlike humans dogs usually have the brains to shit in the forest, not on the trail. They're not stupid (unless they're trained to be).
toaster29 lacykemp's article
Aug 30, 2015 at 3:08
Aug 30, 2015
10 Tips: How to Train a Trail Dog
Ever seen a dog chase a moose have you? They tend to get tired after about 12 hours, if the moose doesn't get shot first. Now go and give it a try if you can chase a moose/caribu/horse/cow or something with a bike.
toaster29 lacykemp's article
Aug 30, 2015 at 3:04
Aug 30, 2015
10 Tips: How to Train a Trail Dog
Some breeds indeed are sprinters, others not. Mine is a Finnish lappland reindeerdog, or whatever the hell the english name is. That thing just never runs out of steam (if its not too hot). She's about 40 lb and looks alot like a border collie. The breed has been used to heard reindeer in the fells for 200 years or so. Now picture how much you have to run to heard reindeer... lots. 3 months old i took her with me xc skiing the first time, 20 miles 1,5 hours and still sprinted past me to the car. There is no way i can tire her unless i'd only ride dirtroads with a crossbike for a few hours. Too much heat of course is dangerous. Shepherd dogs in general should be pretty good traildogs, since they want to keep you close and dont really care that much about hunting squirrels, birds and moose. And if you havent seen a huntingdog or a shepherd in real action you really have no clue how much those animals can run.
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