MrGouda mikekazimer's article
Feb 15, 2019 at 17:04Feb 15, 2019
Burning Question: What's Next for Mountain Bike Helmet Safety?
Totally agree! The way I see it is they could improve by doing a few things like: 1. make helmets able to handle multiple impacts 2. make them recyclable so if you can't re-use them after a crash, they at least won't go to a landfill 3. or a trade in program so if you crash, you can send in your old busted helmet for a discount off a new one
MrGouda machchicken's article
Feb 1, 2019 at 17:57Feb 1, 2019
How the Community Came Together to Create a High School MTB Program in Nelson, BC
Who knows, maybe the next world champ will hail from Nelson thanks to programs like this?
MrGouda youndeniaud's article
Nov 12, 2018 at 10:02Nov 12, 2018
Video: Youn Deniaud Does Winter Right
0:51 dude crashes, dog says "Ruff!" :D
MrGouda mikelevy's article
May 9, 2018 at 15:43May 9, 2018
3 Wild Cannondale Prototypes From the Vault - Video
Agreed! I would love it if they did the more videos for others companies like Trek and Santa Cruz. These scrapped prototypes are really interesting!
MrGouda JeffWeed's article
May 4, 2018 at 17:53May 4, 2018
Finding Flow on British Columbia's Original Freeride Trails - Video
Love Woodlot! I remember I had my very first over-the-bars moment there and rode my first skinny there back in the day.
Apr 18, 2018 at 14:50Apr 18, 2018
How Norco Makes A Mountain Bike - Video
Yeah, I was wondering throughout the video "At which point did they head to North Van?"
MrGouda RichardCunningham's article
Feb 8, 2018 at 19:00Feb 8, 2018
Opinion: Does Downhill Have Nowhere Else to Go?
Downhill has tons of room to grow and progress on so many levels: 1. Exposure: There are so many people out there that still have no clue what downhill mountain biking is. Even Pinkbike doesn't air full DH runs on some tracks, and I don't even know of a single TV station even broadcasts any DH. Compare this to E-Sports. Think about this, ESPN has more coverage of competitive video games than downhill mountain biking! 2. Accessibility: Access to trails, rider classes and group rides can still improve. The entry point of downhill mountain biking needs to be lowered. New bikes, helmets, pads, etc. are still way too expensive for most people. Even trying to find a person or vehicle to shuttle you and your DH bike to the trail can be a chore. Also, if you're a kid who can't drive and doesn't live by a mountain, you are at the mercy of your parent/ sibling/ friend or whoever has time to take you. 3. Technology: New materials and manufacturing techniques will make bikes in the future lighter, stronger, more efficient, and more reliable. I'm still waiting for that mythical gearbox mountain bike that weighs only 10 lbs, with on-the-fly adjustable suspension, silent brakes that NEVER squeal, and dropper post that works 100% of the time Long and short, DH still has plenty of room to grow and still has lots of untapped potential. Also, obligatory "Freeride ain't dead"
Apr 24, 2017 at 17:55Apr 24, 2017
Randoms: One More Lap Around North America's Best Bike Expo - Sea Otter 2017
I'll get excited when they finally make a hover board.
MrGouda bartmoore's article
Apr 8, 2017 at 12:12Apr 8, 2017
The Best Trail on the Shore? - Video
Excellent vid. No slow mo, no annoying background music. Just pure riding bliss.
Mar 8, 2017 at 19:34Mar 8, 2017
New Style Old Shore: Brendon Edgar Sessions Vancouver's Mt. Seymour
Really liked the parts where he nailed the sections of the trails with all the crazy gnar. Excellent riding.