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Braindrain nr22's article
Jun 17, 2018 at 8:21
2 days
Tech Randoms: Part 1 - Crankworx Innsbruck 2018
@drew12341: 'response is not that great', geez yeah how long does someone have to wait for their brain to compute those stupid overlapping light wavelengths... In seriousness though, I would personally find more realistic gains by reducing some of the glare from bright led lights for night riding, though that would be a filter on the light, not my eyes. Something like the car headlight bulbs you can get that scatter the blue light.
Braindrain Voreis's article
Jun 14, 2018 at 4:03
Jun 14, 2018
Video: Kirt Voreis & His Drone Buddy
Nice and unexpected! My two pennies- mental stress and anxiety can be quickly relieved with physical stress of some kind (like a bike ride!). Periods of low mood can be reduced by taking regular exercise and trying to engage and share with the people around you that you care about. Full on depression can hit at any time for many reasons and isn't always avoidable. Having a passion for something, a hobby or such like to focus on might help bring you out of a depression sooner. This is my experience at least. I just have to try harder at putting it into practice...
Braindrain mikekazimer's article
Jun 9, 2018 at 5:14
Jun 9, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: Could You Make it Down a World Cup Downhill Course?
@BorisBC35: maybe people don't take this too seriously...
Braindrain anthill's article
Jun 7, 2018 at 10:22
Jun 7, 2018
Video: Matt Hunter Rides Across Haida Gwaii on a Foodless Odyssey
Far from it, I would suggest this is just the kind of thing most people should experience once in a while. They were clearly hungry. Locating, collecting, cooking, eating, storing and carrying food became their daily routine, nothing else. They had the tools, skills and knowledge, but still struggled. Essentially something as simple as eating enough takes alot of time and energy. For most of us(likely to be reading this) food is very easy to come by. This sort of experience can perhaps start someone questioning where the food they eat is coming from, how has it been produced, what resources were used, at what cost and so on. The answers to these questions will be personal and vary all over the world. But it is the answers to these questions that are steering more and more people to choose vegan. I'm vegan obviously but I would quite happily eat the way they did in the same circumstances. I'm pretty certain they've never eaten food quite so tasty and satisfying, meat included. I've my own small experience of the buzz of wild berries and the unrivaled pick me up they bring and chewing down fish bones because I craved every last bit of flesh of the tiny fish it took two hours to catch. I gained an appreciation of where my food came from. Being vegan is far more than saving the cute little animals, I only wish more vegans would see that!
Braindrain paulaston's article
May 31, 2018 at 10:38
May 31, 2018
Santa Cruz's New V10 - Fort William World Cup DH 2018
Agree, if your putting up the cash, you should at least have the choice, then you can decide yourself. But it should be obscene amounts of cash, because that's how you feel special when you can afford it. Would be pointless if it were just a few hundred $, what sort of satisfaction would that buy you.
Braindrain Revolutionmtb's article
May 31, 2018 at 6:38
May 31, 2018
Video: Sam Hill Rides the New Lyrik
Must be why he quit WCDH.
Braindrain Revolutionmtb's article
May 31, 2018 at 6:36
May 31, 2018
Video: Sam Hill Rides the New Lyrik
@Kramz: don't worry buddy, most of us are all screwed up. Having a pretty nice bike might not be much of a replacement, but riding it every now and again can help.
Braindrain Revolutionmtb's article
May 31, 2018 at 6:31
May 31, 2018
Video: Sam Hill Rides the New Lyrik
I like the drone shots actually, tricky to get that to look different but was cool to see them popping in and out of view through the trees.
Braindrain Revolutionmtb's article
May 31, 2018 at 6:21
May 31, 2018
Video: Sam Hill Rides the New Lyrik
@ThomDawson: I feel like there needs to be some more RnD on the spring side of things to kill off air, some sort of wave spring made of superchromocarboti or something, someone could probably 3d print one I guess. (engineering techy things not my strong point, but I know coil beats air unless your on the scales and I'm sure this could be fixed).
Braindrain sarahmoore's article
May 31, 2018 at 1:37
May 31, 2018
Greg Minnaar Out of Fort William with Fractured Right Arm
@BeardlessMarinRider: meant to upvote but hit the wrong button
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