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Keith-Sweat vincesmith's article
Oct 7, 2016 at 8:26
Oct 7, 2016
Loam Harvest in the PNW with Paul Gannon - Video
I lost all interest when you used the word lit....
Keith-Sweat DescentWorld's article
Aug 3, 2016 at 16:59
Aug 3, 2016
Brain Injuries in Mountain Biking - Are We Doing Enough?
Maybe one way to help prevent team managers from shuffling athletes off to race again, or to better teach them to warning signs for serious head trauma would be to put in place a mandate that requires training and education classes and training. I know it may not necessarily be as effective for the privateers, but the UCI could make it a mandate that requires this training to hold status as a recognized team on the World Cup series. While it may not totally fix everything, it could help in early detection for future problems. Which from what I take away from this article is the most important step to take to prevent CTE.
Keith-Sweat pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 18, 2016 at 16:35
Jul 18, 2016
Pinkbike Partners with Hilton Whistler Resort and Spa
I'm sure if you ask they can put down a bearskin rug for you to spoon on with your bike.
Keith-Sweat mtbmaniatv's article
Jul 15, 2016 at 10:35
Jul 15, 2016
USA Nationals Mammoth Downhill - Video
No coverage of the #urinationgate scandal?
Keith-Sweat TheProsCloset's article
Jun 29, 2016 at 15:31
Jun 29, 2016
TPC Museum Series 13: John Parker, Yeti Cycles - Video
I think I was drooling more over all the motorcycles than the bikes.
May 12, 2016 at 10:41
May 12, 2016
Keith-Sweat pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 31, 2016 at 13:42
Mar 31, 2016
Suspension Manufacturers Introduce Metric Shock Sizing
@Golden-G: When they first started the spaceflight program it was considered an offshoot of the aviation industry, and still to this day most flight traffic control is done in standard. The Apollo 11 control computer displayed and accepted standard units, and the astronauts received their burn information in standard units. It wasn't until the 80's and 90's when NASA started making the changes, and they only recently made the official switch in 2007 to better co-operate with the ESA joint effort to return to the moon. Yes, it does make better sense to use the metric system, and I deal with it every day. But to say that standard units of measure are incapable of any good is kinda silly. Besides, the US and Canada can thank our previous British overlords for developing the standard system of measure and spreading it around. Edit: and if you want to see where I got my information, or just want to read up on how the Lunar control computer was built and work feel free to read this:
Keith-Sweat pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 31, 2016 at 8:55
Mar 31, 2016
Suspension Manufacturers Introduce Metric Shock Sizing
I will just lay this out easy for you: Countries That use the imperial system and have landed a man on the moon: 1 Countries That use the metric system and have landed a man on the moon: 0
Keith-Sweat paulaston's article
Mar 25, 2016 at 9:00
Mar 25, 2016
Keith-Sweat rachellefrazer's article
Mar 19, 2016 at 10:59
Mar 19, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: Are You Prepared For a Medical Emergency?
Trust me, your opinions of what is properly prepared change after you get thrust into a emergency situation. Back this summer I was doing an out at back ride on Skookum Flats in Greenwater,WA which is a pretty remote trail. After I finished lunch and headed back to the trailhead to make the return trip, I ran into SAR(search and rescue) hustling a gurney up the trail. I had first aid and search and rescue training through Boy Scouts, and figured if they were bringing a roller gurney that it was serious. So I asked the situation and if there was anything I could carry in my pack since I would get to the scene faster. They told me they had an older male with no pulse or breath, and they gave me a ball mask and a couple other things to hustle up the trail. Once I get to the scene I get my pack emptied as fast as possible and immediately join the first responders in CPR. We did the best we could for about an hour and a half, and managed to avoid lividity for about an hour and a half before the ER doctor called it over the Sat phone. The best preparation is to not only plan on how to be able to treat minor cuts and scrapes, but anytime your going out i the backcountry, making sure you prepare for the worst and have the basics to try and keep someone as stable as possible until help can arrive. I will always carry the basic first aid along with CPR supplies and the skills to preform it. Trust me, the best consultation you can have after being in such a situation is knowing you did all you could to try and save someones life.
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