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BuddhaDharma pinkbikeaudience's article
May 10, 2019 at 17:57
May 10, 2019
Video: French Mountain Biker Goes Viral After Almost Crashing into A Group of Students
Looks like he could have picked up one or more of those cute French girls... wish I’d be able to pickup thay Way lol.. Pretty happy for nearly getting mowed down.. This being said, I can’t stand it when it’s a bike only run/ downhill specific run and pedestrians are sitting 1/2 way down a roll, landing zone on a jump or drop..just having a bite to eat.. Or riders going up a downhill only trail .. ugh
BuddhaDharma TrustPerformance's article
May 7, 2019 at 8:33
May 7, 2019
Trust Chops $725 Off Their Linkage Fork
I also second the opinion that it looks like more effort to service / maintain...
BuddhaDharma TrustPerformance's article
May 7, 2019 at 8:32
May 7, 2019
Trust Chops $725 Off Their Linkage Fork
Maybe this is a great fork... I dunno ????????‍♂️ However, when I’m up north or riding in some remote town I want something easy to fix post mechanical. I love to show up at a LBS with this thing needing a repair in the middle of BFN. Fox, RS, and DVO are more we’ll known.. and this will likely have parts that are easier to acquire. + I love my 36 with a luftkappe ... No thanks for me!
BuddhaDharma mikelevy's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 21:48
Apr 30, 2019
First Look: Ibis' Longest, Slackest, and Burliest Ripley
I love the ibis colors! This Bike looks awesome..:) I don’t know if I’d swap out my ripmo though...big descents, nasty rock and root gardens with scree... It’s a not that far off ripmo geometry ... ( STA/ HTA wise) I like the extra squish when I do something stupid .. I could run a 140 fork... same bike with less oh shit swish .. and running DD tires...may defeat the point of the ripley entirely. They really need to lose the schwalbe rubber.. Too swap or not to swap ... that is the question.. Regardless .. ibis is awesome :)
BuddhaDharma momo-noriaki's article
Apr 28, 2019 at 10:39
Apr 28, 2019
Video: Burly Freeriding in Japan
Oh yeah.. and amazing riding !!! ????????????????
BuddhaDharma momo-noriaki's article
Apr 28, 2019 at 10:39
Apr 28, 2019
BuddhaDharma WeAreOne's article
Apr 25, 2019 at 8:20
Apr 25, 2019
Slideshow: Chasing the Best Riding in the Yukon & British Columbia in 'Extended Play'
Good point! One rarely has enough time. Guess you’ll have to go back for trip #2 ????
BuddhaDharma WeAreOne's article
Apr 25, 2019 at 7:13
Apr 25, 2019
BuddhaDharma WeAreOne's article
Apr 25, 2019 at 7:12
Apr 25, 2019
Slideshow: Chasing the Best Riding in the Yukon & British Columbia in 'Extended Play'
The Yukon is amazing! The slogan “ north of ordinary “ fits perfectly. It’s a truly magical place and I’d love back in a heartbeat. Surprised they didn’t have a peek at Dawson city and Haines junction. Maybe next time!!? Kluane park has lots of hike-a-bike terrain. A great story with amazing pics ! Good on ya We are One ... a Canadian company showcasing Canadian riding.
BuddhaDharma RichardCunningham's article
Apr 18, 2019 at 12:40
Apr 18, 2019
Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County
Oh yeah, and + 1 on the piles of horse and dog shit .. my favorite is the dog owners who pickup the poop but leave the excrement in bags in the trees! No! Putting your dogshit bag in a conifer does not make it looks like a Christmas tree!!!! I wouldn’t want that decoration in my house? Or, When running over offending poop pile getting sprayed in the face by horse and dog shit or a mixture ... Ya, no health and safety risk on that one ???? Why pickup the poop only to place it in a tree? That isn’t cute :( I see shitbag tree decorating having a worse environmental impact than a bike... Not to mention, the plastic that gets left behind or washes into the river... hurting wildlife.. Might as well not pickup the poo at all? Similarly, in BC piles of horse and dog shit are ok.. but removing fallen trees post- windstorm on Multi use trails is a mortal sin. End rant.. I was bored
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