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Iamwarthog brianpark's article
Mar 31, 2019 at 0:39
Mar 31, 2019
Final Results: EWS Tasmania 2019
He was sitting second overall after winning stage 4, bummer he got a puncture on stage 5.
Iamwarthog GTBicycles's article
Mar 28, 2019 at 20:18
Mar 28, 2019
Video: Fast & Clean with Martin Maes at EWS Rotorua
@ryanandrewrogers: Finale Ligure was a one day race in 2018. There were 4 stages total, and Rude won all of them. Sven was mistaken.
Iamwarthog shimano's article
Dec 1, 2018 at 20:19
Dec 1, 2018
Video: Steve Peat & Nico Vouilloz Have 'Unfinished Business'
@stefanfresh: Cedric has posted 4 videos to his youtube channel just this week.
Iamwarthog Apostt's article
Sep 29, 2018 at 18:48
Sep 29, 2018
Video & Photo Epic: Riding in Turkey Looks Like a Fairytale
Back in the late 90s there was a there was a show on the Outdoor Life Network called "Bike Magazine TV", and one of the episodes showed Brett Tippie, Wade Simmons, and Ritchie Schley riding in Cappadocia. I wish I could find a copy of it because it is one of the coolest mtb videos I've ever seen.
Iamwarthog pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 20, 2018 at 19:39
Jul 20, 2018
Enter the EWS La Thuile Fantasy Contest to Win a Prize Pack from Leatt
Pro Men: 1. Richie Rude 2. Damien Oton 3. Sam Hill Pro Women: 1. Isabeau Courdurier 2. Cecile Ravenel 3. Mélanie Pugin
Iamwarthog EnduroWorldSeries's article
Jul 3, 2018 at 0:09
Jul 3, 2018
Full Video Highlights: EWS Petzen-Jamnica 2018
@Trudeez: No, just 30+ years as a bike mechanic and a couple of decades of fitting riders to bikes for a living is all. Being a pro on a factory team doesn't always mean a racer's bike setup is spot on, particularly when it comes to bike fit. Hell, look how long took to finally get Minnaar on a bike that fits him properly, and his team support is about as good as it gets. Also, maybe go back and look at what I actually wrote. I simply said that "I think" she would be even faster than she already is if her bars were narrower, just sharing my $0.02 with a previous commenter who is of the same opinion. And it should be obvious that the hashtag campaign comment I made is in no way serious, as indicated by the smiley winky face thing at the end. Isabeau is indeed one of the best in the world, and is also one of my favorite racers to watch and root for just because it's obvious how much she loves racing. Oh, and her handlebars are way too wide.
Iamwarthog daniellebaker's article
May 31, 2018 at 16:10
May 31, 2018
The Feces that Broke the Camel's Back
If you catch someone on the trail not picking up after their pooch, I say follow them home and shit on their porch.
Iamwarthog alexcgevans's article
May 21, 2018 at 11:24
May 21, 2018
Exclusive Interview: Stu Thomson, Industry Legend in the Making
@stacykohut: Yep, Skip Hess the owner of BMX Products (aka Mongoose) was a long time drag racer and did indeed name the bikes after his friend Tom McEwen. Gary Turner of GT came from drag racing as well. He currently has a nostalgia nitro funny car called Pedaler. https://bangshift.com/general-news/bangshifts-nitro-funny-car-gypsy-lays-odds-26th-california-hot-rod-reunion/ (about halfway down the page)
Iamwarthog alexcgevans's article
May 20, 2018 at 21:44
May 20, 2018
Exclusive Interview: Stu Thomson, Industry Legend in the Making
@stacykohut: The first bike SE made was a JU-6, named for Jeff Utterback. Utterback left SE to ride for GJS (company his dad started), so Scot Breithaupt added a headtube gusset to the JU-6 and renamed it the PK Ripper after Perry Kramer. Stu did race on a PK Ripper for awhile, but you are 100% correct about the bike that was originally built by SE for Stu. The STR-1 didn't go into production before Stu went to Redline, so they simplified the design by not wrapping the twin downtubes wrap around under the BB and renamed it the Quadangle.
Iamwarthog alexcgevans's article
May 20, 2018 at 21:23
May 20, 2018
Exclusive Interview: Stu Thomson, Industry Legend in the Making
@RideTahoe707: No, that is the current one with 26" wheels. The new one coming for 2019 is going to be a 24".
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