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IamDave dakine's article
Mar 21, 2023 at 3:39
Mar 21, 2023
IamDave IONsurfingelements's article
Mar 16, 2023 at 11:43
Mar 16, 2023
ION Welcomes Nico Vink, Bienvenido Aguado and Dillon Butcher
Damn, you beat me to it! By 8 hours. I'm slow, and not just on the bike
IamDave christinachappetta's article
Mar 9, 2023 at 2:01
Mar 9, 2023
IamDave henryquinney's article
Mar 1, 2023 at 3:06
Mar 1, 2023
Berd Bring Their String Spoke Technology to New Hubs
@j-t-g: A dedicated thread. I feel that pun was underappreciated. Or unintended?
IamDave edspratt's article
Feb 27, 2023 at 7:09
Feb 27, 2023
Slack Randoms: Danny MacAskill's Wheelie Project, Whip Off Carnage, Swampfest Preview & More
Jez Avery. UK Trials wiz back in the day. Don't think he's been on the MTB scene in years.
IamDave mattbeer's article
Dec 15, 2022 at 8:41
Dec 15, 2022
Field Test: 5 Trail Bikes Point Uphill in Whistler for the Impossible Climb
@onthedownhill: Saying this as an owner of 2 dogs myself - all dogs, no matter the size, have the capability to do damage. Anybody who knows what they're doing knows that they don't let their dog off the lead in public, ever, until it has been trained to the point of being trustworthy. The guy in the clip had the ability to defend himself to some extent, but like you point out, some people don't. For the sake of the public, and the animals themselves, people should have to pass a test or be vetted thoroughly before being allowed to keep any animal. Those 2 fuckers have no business owning any dog at all, let alone big powerful ones like that. As the guy said, sorry isn't really good enough.
IamDave dariodigiulio's article
Dec 8, 2022 at 1:55
Dec 8, 2022
Thought Experiment: The Most Adjustable Mountain Bike Possible
I want the ability to engage 2-wheel drive mode at the flick of a bar mounted switch. Is that too much to ask?
IamDave edspratt's article
Nov 30, 2022 at 2:23
Nov 30, 2022
6 Environmental Initiatives in the Bike Industry: Seaweed Gel Pods, Schwalbe Bike Soap & More
I met a guy on the trails once with the ultimate solution to this problem. I noticed he wasn't wearing a helmet and when i asked him why, he said that he was tired of falling off and breaking them. It was costing him a fortune. The solution - no helmet, problem solved. Dude was ahead of his time!
IamDave ben-cathro's article
Nov 16, 2022 at 8:36
Nov 16, 2022
IamDave samskuatch's article
Nov 15, 2022 at 8:12
Nov 15, 2022
Check Out: 9 Environmentally-Minded MTB Products
@L0rdTom: I guess you're putting that as an ideal world situation - in which case i agree - rather than the situation as it is now (depending on manufacturer, garment etc). I was just responding to the scenario above with patagonia's turnaround times and so on. But i agree that most things should be made so they're repairable by a reasonably competent owner with basic tools, and spares are available to make this possible. Dualit toaster as an example - fixed mine recently for the cost of a new element at 15 quid. Not only a good as new toaster at little cost, but no landfill, and a warm fuzzy feeling inside
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