tobitobi pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 15, 2015 at 14:08Jan 15, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: Correct Shock Length, Tubeless for Gravity, A-Line Paralysis Tips, and Keeping the Bits Out of Your Goggles
I struggled with hurting hands and tired forearms for many years. And while a better setup and better fitting parts helped, the real game changer is to work on your skills. "Heavy feet, light hands" and "Stay loose" and you can ride park all day long!
tobitobi Canyon-PureCycling's article
Jul 30, 2014 at 13:33Jul 30, 2014
The Strive Diaries: Entry 5 - EWS Reborn in the USA
There's too much complaining about the trails. Either you can ride them all, or you're not a champion. Ask Minaar or Gwin if you need help.
tobitobi mattwragg's article
Jul 26, 2014 at 10:24Jul 26, 2014
Home Field Advantage - Enduro World Series Round 5 - Winter Park
I will never understand why people talk about natural terrain. As long as as you ride your bike on a trail it's manmade. Trails don't grow by themselves.
tobitobi IanHylands's article
Mar 11, 2013 at 14:27Mar 11, 2013
Thanks Pinkbike, It's Been A Great Few Years!
Welcome to Colorado, Ian. I hope you like beer, there are some of the finest breweries in Fort Collins. Sadly this likely means less pictures from you on Pinkbike, but understandable that you probably don't mind travelling a bit less. (Yes, I do life in Colorado (Boulder actually), despite the Swiss flag left to my name)
tobitobi mikelevy's article
Dec 23, 2012 at 20:46Dec 23, 2012
Sam Hill Signs With Team CRC/Nukeproof
My 2 cents: While his results were promising last season, his riding style was not so promising for future podium places and the further development of the Specialized DH bikes, because he does not have the technique to keep up with the top guys and the up and coming riders.
tobitobi dylawn's article
Dec 18, 2012 at 20:33Dec 18, 2012
The Argument for Long Travel Bikes - Opinion
I guess we can sum it up: There are those who want to become more skillful, that will make them faster and better rider in a variety of terrain. And there are those who take a bigger bike to become faster, they usually are pretty fast straightlining and rather slow in corners.
tobitobi scottsecco's article
Dec 18, 2012 at 9:28Dec 18, 2012
Video: Four by Three - The Family Film
Happy to see them ALL healthy and totally killing it, no matter what "trail"!
tobitobi clemson's article
Aug 7, 2012 at 12:36Aug 7, 2012
Video: To Whistler with Steffi Marth
Our sport needs many more Steffis!!
tobitobi racecompany's article
May 29, 2012 at 12:23May 29, 2012
Team Mia Santa Cruz - Swiss Shredding
I would guess this is the Chaumont Trail in Neuchatel (near the Capital Bern) http://traildevils.ch/trail.php?tid=133
tobitobi leelau's article
Jan 20, 2012 at 9:42Jan 20, 2012
Swiss canton of Bern proposes banning mountain-biking
Thanks for the support, Lee! I'm Swiss but live in Colorado for the moment. And here in Boulder I can see how complicated mountainbiking can get, if you're not allowed to ride the trails starting at your backyard. Beside the fact that Colorado and Switzerland both have awesome trails, Switzerland has the big advantage that you can ride pretty much any trail and that adds to the quality of life, because you don't have to drive your car to the trailhead. Especially for the after work ride.
Photo by Pumptracks