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Rode in Deerfield. view ridelog
May 23, 2019 at 15:55
May 23, 2019
quotes Afternoon Ride
10.0 km - 00:53
Chuckolicious mikekazimer's article
May 23, 2019 at 7:21
May 23, 2019
SRAM Announces New DH Cranks & Colab With Troy Lee Designs
"Colab". Lord that word gives me douchechills.
Rode in Montague. view ridelog
May 22, 2019 at 14:36
May 22, 2019
quotes Afternoon Ride
8.6 km - 00:46
Rode in Deerfield. view ridelog
May 8, 2019 at 5:43
May 8, 2019
quotes Afternoon Ride
9.4 km - 00:51
Chuckolicious nkrohan's article
May 1, 2019 at 19:13
May 1, 2019
Trail Knee Guard Round Up: 10 Options for Different Body Types
My pick too. Easy enough to pull down when climbing too.
Chuckolicious nkrohan's article
May 1, 2019 at 18:34
May 1, 2019
Trail Knee Guard Round Up: 10 Options for Different Body Types
@WAKIdesigns: you just described me to a T, big Evoc Enduro pack and all. And just like Honey Badger, I don’t give a .... :-D
Rode in New York. view ridelog
Apr 10, 2019 at 20:18
Apr 10, 2019
quotes Night loops
32.9 km - 01:20 - 1 badges
Rode in Cowles Park. view ridelog
Mar 27, 2019 at 8:30
Mar 27, 2019
quotes Muddy
7.3 km - 01:04 - 7 achievements
Chuckolicious mikekazimer's article
Mar 19, 2019 at 8:25
Mar 19, 2019
WaveCel - Bontrager's New Concussion-Preventing Helmet Technology
Need a science ruling here as I've heard the same kinds of things for NFL helmets. In my laymen's view, your brain is suspended inside your skull in fluid. When your whole head is traveling at a certain speed, and it comes to a stop, the devil is in the deceleration forces, which are directly correlated to the distance in which the deceleration occurs. So if your head is traveling at 20mph and you bail, your head hits the ground and decelerates within the minimal distance of an inch or two which is your helmet compressing. The helmet helps with the blunt impact on your skull, but then your brain is separate and suspended within. Your skull comes to a stop first, then your brain comes to a stop when it hits your skull. Diminishing blunt impact on your skull and skin is all the helmet can really do, the physics of your brain traveling within your skull are totally separate. Am I wrong on this?
Chuckolicious gaspi's article
Mar 17, 2019 at 19:47
Mar 17, 2019
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