30-punk-cue-ball

I like to go fast & I enjoy being airborne. Crashing sucks.
Grew up on So.Or.Coast, employed in the Environmental Compliance industry. Married since Halloween 2001, father of three.

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30-punk-cue-ball briceshirbach's article
Oct 21, 2021 at 12:39
Oct 21, 2021
Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trail Networks According to Trailforks Data
Only part of Stub worth riding is Drip Torch, and it's too short to make the trip out there worthwhile, IMO.
30-punk-cue-ball briceshirbach's article
Oct 21, 2021 at 12:35
Oct 21, 2021
Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trail Networks According to Trailforks Data
Well, that's like, just your opinion, man.
30-punk-cue-ball briceshirbach's article
Oct 21, 2021 at 12:34
Oct 21, 2021
Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trail Networks According to Trailforks Data
@haji1974: The Lair is the best thing out at Phil's.
30-punk-cue-ball briceshirbach's article
Oct 21, 2021 at 12:32
Oct 21, 2021
Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trail Networks According to Trailforks Data
Its unfortunate this list of 'Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trails' is heavily influenced by the volume of riders in the Portland area, identical to the political influence in the state. So.Oregon has some great trails (Mt. A, MOTR) as does the Coast (Whiskey Run). I think the most surprising to me is that BlackRock didn't make the list!
30-punk-cue-ball briceshirbach's article
Oct 21, 2021 at 12:26
Oct 21, 2021
Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trail Networks According to Trailforks Data
Agreed. I think the 'Oregon's 5 Most Popular Trails' statistics are heavily influenced by the volume of riders in the Portland area. I've ridden most of those trails and they're pretty tame. Bend by far is the best on this list, but wouldn't make top three of the entire State as there is GREAT riding here in Southern Oregon and some pretty dope trails out on the Coast (Whiskey Run, anyone?)
30-punk-cue-ball jamessmurthwaite's article
Oct 3, 2021 at 17:08
Oct 3, 2021
Video: The Top 3 Runs from the Crankworx BC Slopestlye
What you're describing is the same thing that we saw in the BMX world during the late 90’s and early-to-mid 2000’s. Flippy-spinny was the name of the game on dirt and street courses, and to some degree on vert as well. It wasn’t until kids started throwing down technical street stuff that the game changed. For example, while watching this contest I was thinking how different it would be to see someone backflip-to-manual onto a whale tail then tailwhip off…or blast the lip and barspin-to-manual onto the HANDRAIL of the whale-tail then 360 out. Guys in BMX are doing this stuff now, only a matter of time before those tricks transition to slopestyle. Within the next decade, likely.
30-punk-cue-ball alicialeggett's article
Sep 29, 2021 at 11:08
Sep 29, 2021
Video: Karl Immers Throws Wild BMX Tricks in a Tribute to His Kids
I counted four. Twice. So yeah, a 1440. Next-gen riders will start throwing variations into those...hell, I can remember Hoffman's first 900 - now kids are doing those in flairs.
30-punk-cue-ball alicialeggett's article
Sep 29, 2021 at 11:06
Sep 29, 2021
Video: Karl Immers Throws Wild BMX Tricks in a Tribute to His Kids
MTB will forever play catch-up to BMX. Same w/MX.
30-punk-cue-ball scottsecco's article
Sep 27, 2021 at 16:13
Sep 27, 2021
Movies For Your Monday
Wasn't expecting to see Kurosawa on PB...nice.
30-punk-cue-ball Mandownmedia's article
Aug 5, 2021 at 11:19
Aug 5, 2021
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