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wallheater DanMilner's article
Nov 17, 2014 at 12:58
Nov 17, 2014
Video: Trail Doctor - How To Replace Your Disc Brake Pads
Yeah, you've either got to remove the wheel, or the caliper. One is much quicker than the other ;-)
wallheater pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 12, 2014 at 17:01
Nov 12, 2014
Nov 11, 2014 at 16:35
Nov 11, 2014
wallheater biglev's photo
Nov 3, 2014 at 11:00
Nov 3, 2014
Ha, not sure how this ended up here but those were Tim Gould's Oakley Factory Pilot glasses! The bike was a 1990 Orange Clockwork (another old photo of mine on here is most definitely Tim Gould and his bike though :D )

wallheater brule's article
Oct 22, 2014 at 17:48
Oct 22, 2014
Check Out #2
Those Oakleys look slightly less stupid than wearing goggles with an XC lid though. Slightly. I did have a black iridium set BITD. Unless you were 3 miles from the sun, you could see feck all.
wallheater RichardCunningham's article
Oct 20, 2014 at 20:18
Oct 20, 2014
Cannondale Jekyll 27.5 Carbon Team - Review
Here's a novel idea. One could have the main leg on the right with all the damping and oil shenanigans going on. And the left leg would almost be a dummy leg, with just some air in it and some holes for mounting a brake caliper and the left side of the front wheel. I know it seems crazy but it might just catch on.
wallheater mikelevy's article
Oct 14, 2014 at 11:49
Oct 14, 2014
Ghost AMR Riot Lector 7 - Review
Well, you are more than welcome to come up to BC and check out our world famous North Shore double track trails :D
wallheater mikelevy's article
Oct 14, 2014 at 9:24
Oct 14, 2014
Ghost AMR Riot Lector 7 - Review
"How many trails has MEC built and maintained and how many years has MEC personally taken care of it's community, Zerooooooo" LOL! The internet is a wonderful tool. I'd use it, and then you will know some of the answer (just not the unpublished stuff). I rode one of them yesterday for a start.
wallheater dbaker's article
Oct 2, 2014 at 10:45
Oct 2, 2014
Endless Biking: Where Have All the Ladies Gone?
To continue the general theme of Britain Vs BC, I'm originally from Britain (same sort of area as the Athertons), and within a 2hr drive there are loads of short DH courses that are legal and have easy access. Sure, some of the them are only easily accessible in terms of getting to the top unassisted via uplift days that you pay for but it's better than nothing. Outside Whistler, how many trails like this are there? I can't think of any legal ones to be honest. Neds is a PITA to access compared to UK tracks. Most new trails seem to have punchy climbs so people can feel good about buying dropper posts i.e. most of the Squamish trails, or Forever After and the like. No DH trails = no DH racing. Regarding the specific question, all the women here that I know seem to have taken up road riding and Strava-commuting......
wallheater SamNeedham's article
Sep 23, 2014 at 20:18
Sep 23, 2014
Trans Provence - Half Way House
They are walking uphill for five hours. Followed by a 3000m descent.....
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