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NMK187 pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 24, 2017 at 23:20
3 hours
Fox Racing - EWS Rotorua Fantasy Contest
1. Rude 2. Maes 3. Hill Women: 1. Ravenel 2. Courdurier 3. Brown
NMK187 mikelevy's article
Mar 20, 2017 at 20:24
Mar 20, 2017
Ellsworth Rogue Sixty - Review
$11000+ CAD for a bike with XT drivetrain and brakes on it? XT is great, don't get me wrong, I love mine, but if I'm spending $11000 on a bike it better be Eagle and/or XTR.
NMK187 Lmiz's article
Mar 7, 2017 at 22:01
Mar 7, 2017
Come Ride with Alberta 66 Mountain Bikers
@Hastings: Right on, see you down here. Best of luck on the 66!
NMK187 Lmiz's article
Mar 6, 2017 at 20:09
Mar 6, 2017
Come Ride with Alberta 66 Mountain Bikers
Best of Southern Alberta? Should probably come check out Crowsnest Pass then.
NMK187 cameronmackenzie's article
Feb 12, 2017 at 19:12
Feb 12, 2017
33 Bikes of the 2W Gravity Enduro - Rotorua
Was hoping to get a glance of the new Norco Range.
Added 4 photos to Buysell
Feb 12, 2017 at 14:51
Feb 12, 2017
Feb 12, 2017 at 14:42
Feb 12, 2017

Black Diamond Prime Touring Boot, size 27.5

$250 CAD
The Prime is Black Diamond's premier lightweight alpine touring boot-designed to tackle the world's most challenging ski mountaineering routes, or simply save your legs for one last powder lap. This is BD's lightest alpine touring boot, featuring a unique 3.5-buckle design that skis with the stiffness and control of a 4-buckle boot. Its state-of-the-art construction keeps weight to an absolute minimum, while our revolutionary Pivoting Cuff Technology delivers the ultimate combination of freedom of motion in walk mode and instant power transfer in ski mode. FEATURES: Lightweight (1.64 kg) 3-buckle alpine touring boot with 4-buckle performance Triax Pivot Frame with Flex 110 and unmatched 40° of resistance-free touring motion Efficient Fit AT Light Liner with lightweight Boa closure system Rockered, rubber outsole with integrated tech inserts provides dramatic grip and durability 103mm V-shaped last

NMK187 mikekazimer's article
Jan 27, 2017 at 13:26
Jan 27, 2017
Pinkbike Poll: Convertible Full-Face Helmets - Yea or Nay?
I have a 2R and it is perfect for the intended application; Ride up, slap the chinbar on (takes about 30 seconds to pull it off the back of my pack and snap it in), and rip down trails that have jumps, rocks, drops, and other features where one small mistake or failure could lead to injury. Get to the bottom, take the chinbar off, and ride up to the next trailhead. I also own a dedicated full-face for shuttling or bike park days. Bottom line is that these are for riders who would never wear a full-face otherwise. You shouldn't buy a convertible as a replacement for a dedicated downhill helmet, but if you want more protection due to the speed and technical traits of your local "enduro" trails, then I can't find fault with that.
NMK187 mikekazimer's article
Jan 27, 2017 at 13:16
Jan 27, 2017
Pinkbike Poll: Convertible Full-Face Helmets - Yea or Nay?
I have a 2R and it takes less than 10 seconds to remove or attach the chin bar with a very small amount of practice.
NMK187 bcenduroseries's article
Dec 16, 2016 at 21:10
Dec 16, 2016
Registration Open: MEC Canadian National and BC Enduro Series 2017
I was going to try to do 4 races next year again, but at $100 a pop maybe I'll do one. Seems like a lot for what you get, even though I think the races are well organized.
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