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AirBud COMMENCALbicycles's article
Jun 21, 2018 at 20:51
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Video: Bike Park Cruising in The Pyrenees with Kyle Strait
Kyle Strait's flatties and un-turndowns are insane, so smooth
rode in Flagstaff. view ridelog
Jun 13, 2018 at 8:52
Jun 13, 2018
quotes Eastside
28.3 km - 01:20 - 1 achievements
rode in Flagstaff. view ridelog
May 30, 2018 at 8:32
May 30, 2018
quotes AZT East
34.7 km - 01:56
AirBud maxchapuis's article
May 29, 2018 at 6:24
May 29, 2018
rode in Flagstaff. view ridelog
May 23, 2018 at 20:02
May 23, 2018
quotes Ankle is finally feeling better
36.6 km - 02:22 - 3 achievements
rode in Apex Park. view ridelog
May 11, 2018 at 10:13
May 11, 2018
quotes Demoing the SB100
17.4 km - 01:37 - 6 achievements
rode in Flagstaff. view ridelog
Apr 19, 2018 at 8:41
Apr 19, 2018
quotes Goldigger Loop
37.1 km - 02:21 - 2 achievements
AirBud redbullbike's article
Apr 12, 2018 at 20:16
Apr 12, 2018
North of Nightfall with The Claw, Carson Storch, Cam Zink & Tom Van Steenbergen - Teaser
I agree with Weber, I love freeride and the spirit involved in it but for some reason this just doesn't sit well with me.
AirBud mikelevy's article
Apr 12, 2018 at 20:08
Apr 12, 2018
What the Heck is a Down-Country Bike? - Opinion
I bought a used 2016 Trek Top Fuel 9.8SL. Thought I was gonna love it... Hated it after the first few rides. Felt super sketchy on the descents and made my right hand go numb within ten miles. Made a few tweaks with saddle positioning, stem length, grips, etc. Nothing worked. Was on the edge of giving up and putting it back up for sale. Then someone threw out the suggestion of putting a 120mm Air Shaft in the Rockshox Sid up front. Absolutely transformed the bike. It is actually pretty fun and loose on the descents, lost very little in terms of climbing prowess, I finally felt good about purchasing it. I would classify it as "Down-Country" now, she's a little ripper!
AirBud Jamesy-Boy's article
Apr 6, 2018 at 20:45
Apr 6, 2018
Top EWS Riders Learn the Lay of the Land in Israel
How many PB'ers have actually been to Israel? I understand there is long standing conflict but the Middle East has been in conflict since the dawn of humanity. I just got back from Israel after having traveled for two weeks with my wife and 18 month old son. We went to the Palestinian side in Bethlehem, amazing people who were welcoming and friendly. We were in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, again, amazing people who were welcoming and friendly. Yes there is conflict between both areas but at no point did we feel in any more danger than anywhere else in the US. There is a rich history in the area to explore and I wish I had my bike at the time to do some riding. I re-read the article several times and at no point was it offensive in any way. The author was very objective and merely talked about the experience. Ya'll need to lay aside your own biases and pre-conceived notions about certain places and take an article for what it is.
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