HeidelbergDH ReyGaetan's article
Jan 4, 2017 at 15:22Jan 4, 2017
Kicking Up Dust in Champéry Bikepark - Video
Does anyone know the brand of the chest/back protector? Thanks in advance :)!
HeidelbergDH pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 30, 2016 at 4:57Dec 30, 2016
Tech Talks: Trailside Chain Repair, Presented by Park Tool - Video
Gwin called. That article came out way too late for him and he wants his chain back. Thank god that he still won Leogang 2015.
HeidelbergDH cyclesdevinci's article
May 11, 2016 at 2:20May 11, 2016
Tragic News - Stevie Smith Passes Away
Normally I don't comment much on here and ride my bike instead. But a few words to this big loss of a great person of one of my favourite sports: I never met Stevie Smith personally but just by following the WC coverage and some videos/articles regarding him you could already tell that this was one of the most humble and down to earth guys in the biking world with bike riding skills beyond what a normal human being can think of. With the death of my father in a sports accident I know how it feels to lose someone loved. My dad died in a hang-gliding accident, one of his favourite hobbys in life - and im happy he didn't die in a car accident for example... But on the other hand there will come great things with a tragic loss like this - even if that sounds completely absurd. I always appreciated life and all the great things I can do. You should appreciate it to have the oppurtunity to do what you love. Do it often and don't just talk about it - you have the chance to do it. If you want to be a downhill pro, try to achieve the dream. If you want to just ride your bike - do it as often as you can. Also spend time with your loved ones that mean a lot to you, don't just talk about meeting up. Life is only short from my point of view if you didn't do the things you love and if you wasted most of your time talking about not having time for anything. The thing is what I want to point out: Take your time for the things and people that you love! I think Stevie would be really happy to see all the people comment on here and after that go out for a ride! He died way too young but I think he really enjoyed his life. My thoughts are with his family and close ones - for me you never passed away Stevie! 26 ain't dead - shred with pace Stevie!
HeidelbergDH claw's article
Oct 10, 2013 at 14:10Oct 10, 2013
Darren Berrecloth at Rampage, Ask Me Anything!
Hi Darren, what is the most difficult and gnarly trail/drop/feature you ever did? Thanks a lot from Germany :)!
HeidelbergDH 's video
Jun 9, 2013 at 16:05Jun 9, 2013