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Luc 'Acadian' Albert    :: from Luc 'Acadian' AlbertJan 28, 2005
The Gathering a Huge Success The Gathering a Huge Success
The Gathering went off with a bang! I will spare you the details and let you read the many event reports that have been posted on various sites:

Results:
OPEN RESULTS
AMS RESULTS

Reports:
Official Site: www.gohuckyourself.com
John Cowan at Kona: www.konaworld.com
Aaron Lutze at MatchVideoZine: www.matchvideozine.com
Ian Millar at Modest Bike: www.modestbike.com

Drop In!    :: from Mike JohansenJan 27, 2005
Challenge - The Last Weekend Challenge - The Last Weekend
This is your last weekend to submit your pictures and be eligible to win a new pair of badass
Adidas Evil Eye shades!



Post the Drop In poster somewhere unique with good exposure to a lot of people, get someone to take a picture of you standing beside your proud achievement, then post it on the forum.
On February 1st I will crown the winner and award the prize. One weekend to go!

Click here to DOWNLOAD Poster
Luc 'Acadian' Albert    :: from Luc 'Acadian' AlbertJan 11, 2005
SRAM X-Generation drivetrain review. SRAM X-Generation drivetrain review.
For the longest time, SRAM was primarily known for their Grip Shift technology. Finally, after years of testing and refinements, SRAM Impulse Technology Triggers were launched at the 2003 Sea Otter Classic. After seeing Shimano going the way of Rapid-Rise and Dual Control, I was excited to see what SRAM’s X-Generation line had to offer.
Radek Burkat    :: from Dan DakinJan 7, 2005
Winter Tire Test Winter Tire Test
So it’s a week into January and there’s a layer of snow and ice covering your favorite singletrack. What’s a rider to do?
If you’re unadventurous and aren’t looking for a new thrill, chances are your two-wheeled friend becomes a ceiling ornament in your garage. Your wedge-shaped seat is replaced by a big comfy couch and your handlebars make way for the vibrating plastic Xbox controller. But if you can handle sub-zero temperatures and want to keep riding your bike while others are riding the sofa, the good news is there are some great options for studded winter mountain bike tires that will make riding on snow and ice like a day in the park.
The only problem is which tires to go with.
 
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