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BadgerBacker brianpark's article
Oct 15, 2019 at 6:54
Oct 15, 2019
Video: Brandon Semenuk & His Slope Bike in 'Act.II'
But grainy super 8. Why? I'm all for film, but not a terrible version of it.
BadgerBacker brianpark's article
Oct 15, 2019 at 6:54
Oct 15, 2019
Video: Brandon Semenuk & His Slope Bike in 'Act.II'
I will never understand the Millenial obsession with actual/digitalized versions of Super 8 films. It is not the "viynal" of film. It doesn't present a warmer more authentic view. It's trash. To take the analogy one step further, it's the 8-track of cinemetography. Gritty and terrible.
BadgerBacker danielsapp's article
Aug 1, 2019 at 12:49
Aug 1, 2019
Review: Oakley's DRT5 Helmet Isn't the Lightest, But There's No Shortage of Features
The back of the head sunglass clip is an absolute must if you're shredding your way through FLAVORTOWN.
BadgerBacker pivotcycles's article
Jul 31, 2019 at 7:55
Jul 31, 2019
Pivot Demo Event This Sunday - Spokes Bikes MTB Demo in Willow Springs, IL
@dro-cfr: You should come up to Madison, we've got some pretty legit stuff here. My statement more had to do with the fact that it sucks that such a major metropolitan area, with that much money floating around, doesn't have more/better outdoor opportunity. I put most of the blame on the State of Illinois and really on Coook County Parks Department in particular. Compare Chicago to someplace like, Minneapolis for instance. Both large metropolitan areas, but Minneapolis/St.Paul has a much greater ability to engage in active recreating outdoors (i.e. not just sitting in a park or riding hybrid bike through a crushed gravel path as wide as a two lane road that's been cut straight through the woods). I used to live in work in ILL and part of the problem is that when it comes to biking, the State things of bike paths and when they think of bike paths they always look to the local of state DOT to design and build them, which is less than ideal.
BadgerBacker pivotcycles's article
Jul 30, 2019 at 8:21
Jul 30, 2019
Pivot Demo Event This Sunday - Spokes Bikes MTB Demo in Willow Springs, IL
Man Chicago (or really Chicagoland) is a sad place for riding/outdoor recreating in general
BadgerBacker lockeandstache's article
Jul 30, 2019 at 8:10
Jul 30, 2019
BadgerBacker danielsapp's article
Jul 23, 2019 at 7:49
Jul 23, 2019
Vail Resorts to Acquire 17 Mountains in North America
Welcome to skiing/snowboarding/mountain biking McDonalds, can I place your order?
BadgerBacker pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 22, 2019 at 10:27
Jul 22, 2019
Video: Friday Fails #78
(and yes, I probably have the source language wrong) In Soviet Russia, bike flips YOU.
BadgerBacker trekgravitygirl's article
Jun 25, 2019 at 13:54
Jun 25, 2019
Steffi Marth & Micayla Gatto Compare their Hometown MTB Scenes in 'Canada vs. Saalbach'
@PHeller: I think you nailed it in the first sentance, "advocate for making our cities more green - preserving open space and providing access to expansive outdoor space."
BadgerBacker trekgravitygirl's article
Jun 25, 2019 at 9:35
Jun 25, 2019
Steffi Marth & Micayla Gatto Compare their Hometown MTB Scenes in 'Canada vs. Saalbach'
But, to play devil's advocate a bit, did their (our parents) sacrifice and hard work allow our generation the ability to move where we please? And I am alluding to more than potentially providing the personal means to do so, I am talking about contributing, even in their own small way, to a society in general that produced infustructure, products, communication devices, industries that support more transient life style. Also, by living where you want for lifestyle will you be able to contribute the most back to society, your children, future generations, and provide them with the best future possible? I am not saying that doing so will not be a proper allocation of your time and resoureces, or provide for the "social contract," but as a point of conciousness it is at least worth considering. Again, devil's advocate and worth the thought!
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