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Apr 8, 2021 at 12:33
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MBMTNRIDER mikekazimer's article
Mar 18, 2021 at 8:40
Mar 18, 2021
The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 53 - Should Climbers Still Have the Right of Way?
Interesting conversation. Never really thought about it to any great depth till listening to this. I will say this. Everyone has made good points. I hate having to stop on climb as much as anyone else. Sometimes you just can't get going again. I think you should yield to the downhill rider. Fast downhill is more dangerous if you have to stop abruptly. In the prairies all trails are bi-directional. Some single track can have enough turns and the foliage and undergrowth can be thick enough that even with eyes up you can't always see that far ahead on the trail. Here is case for quality noisy hubs...the uphill rider cab definitely hear the downhill rider first. I also think about it like anyone travelling by any method should consider in North America. Keep to the right! Even in tighter areas and coming upon each other quickly if everyone would just do their best to keep as far right as possible it will limit or mitigate the potential for a crash. I yield in all directions if needed, certainly nice if nobody has to yield. Thinking about it in terms of safety and who can stop faster more easily....it's definitely the uphill rider. Hikers definitely need to step aside and if you hit wildlife....oh well that can happen on dedicated downhill tracks just as easily...they're usually pretty quick about moving.
Dec 2, 2020 at 7:32
Dec 2, 2020
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Aug 26, 2020 at 10:58
Aug 26, 2020
Selling
Aug 26, 2020 at 10:55
Aug 26, 2020

Rocky Mountain Instinct Large NEW FRAME with upgrades!

$3800 CAD
Don't miss this great bike! Rocky Mountain Instinct A50 purchased in Sept 2019. Rode 6 weeks put away for winter rode for 3 months and bike was shelved for a Rocky Mountain recall. Brand new 2021 frame installed at professional bike shop 08/25/20. Bike has brand new Sram GX derailleur and shifter, upgraded XX1 eagle chain Copper as well as Michelin tires. 2.35 wild am on rear and 2.4 wild enduro up front. Selling as I had to buy another bike while waiting on new frame. Couldn't be without a bike through summer riding season! Will ship globally at buyers expense.

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