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SlodownU AJBarlas's article
Oct 17, 2017 at 7:11
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Rémy Métailler Denied US Entry, Won't Be At Rampage
@Mattin: Bullshit. He is a pro athlete who changed his story after he was denied. His failure here is a failure to plan appropriately, which he had plenty of time to do, pure and simple. The process really isn't that difficult.
SlodownU AJBarlas's article
Oct 16, 2017 at 16:26
1 days
Rémy Métailler Denied US Entry, Won't Be At Rampage
Uh, there's this thing called computers, networks, and the Internet. If it was 1985 that strategy might work.
SlodownU AJBarlas's article
Oct 16, 2017 at 16:21
1 days
Rémy Métailler Denied US Entry, Won't Be At Rampage
I'm sorry, but WTF? Remy is a professional athlete, he does this for a living, he wasn't traveling to a charity event. As a professional, he should have had his shit squared away well before this event, it's not like he got the invite to rampage yesterday. Whining on the internet about just makes you look like a punk.
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Oct 14, 2017 at 18:46
3 days
Poll - How Clean is EWS Racing?
@WAKIdesigns: As a biochemist, go HGH therapy under a doctors supervision. Burns fat, repairs connective tissue, only a slight increase in lean muscle mass so you won't look like a juice head. Only risk is a big one; if you have slow growing malignant cells, they may become fast growing ones.
SlodownU paulaston's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 10:54
Oct 13, 2017
Green Oil: An Environmentally Friendly Chain Lube? - Review
@FuzzyL: Yes, true, but everything is relative. We're talking about a miniscule amount of a harmless solid deposited on a chain, with even less ultimately leaving the chain. In a niche sport where most people neglect their chains. Not a very big impact, vs. say a Jeep going off-road and ripping the oil pan on a rock.
SlodownU paulaston's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 10:24
Oct 13, 2017
Green Oil: An Environmentally Friendly Chain Lube? - Review
@pcmxa: The population does have low levels of PFOA in the blood, but not from dumping in the environment, more from the fact that Teflon has been in use since the 40's. Its being extensively studied because of this persistence. The link between PFOA and cancer is tenuous, and needs to be explored further. Most of the studies have focused on folks in plants, where exposure is higher. They use lower levels of it these days because the manufacturing process and chemistry has been improved. I'd say if you want to clean up the trails, how about we start by not leaving empty gel packs and energy bar wrappers all over the place? It would be nice to go on a ride and not have to pick up everyone else's shit.
SlodownU paulaston's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 8:25
Oct 13, 2017
Green Oil: An Environmentally Friendly Chain Lube? - Review
@bkm303: All you need to do is mix water, propylene glycol, ammonia, and latex together and you have Stans. You may need to mess around a bit with the ratios, but thats really it. Xanthan gum works too. All this stuff is pretty safe, just don't huff the ammonia.
SlodownU paulaston's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 7:54
Oct 13, 2017
Green Oil: An Environmentally Friendly Chain Lube? - Review
@FuzzyL: Why would you want to replace PTFE? Its chemically inert, and isn't harmful. Its a solid, all the lubes that incorporate it have it in a suspension, the solvent then evaporates once you apply it. Nothing is "dripping" into the environment.
SlodownU paulaston's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 7:17
Oct 13, 2017
Green Oil: An Environmentally Friendly Chain Lube? - Review
@EnduroManiac: You people all really need to get your facts straight, and stop believing the marketing hype. Shame on these companies for taking advantage of your/our good intentions by trying to shame us into buying their shit. PTFE is chemically inert. You don't have to wait for it to build up in organisms, because its otherwise known as Teflon, and you're cookware is coated with it. Half the machinery on this planet incorporates it, and by the way, if you wear it when you ride or ski. Goretex is is PTFE. Polytetrafluoroethylene.
SlodownU paulaston's article
Oct 12, 2017 at 5:22
Oct 12, 2017
Raaw Madonna - Press Release and Interview
@jclnv: I think that you're confused, DW-Link bikes are known for their tuneable braking, one of the reasons the design is superior. You don't want a bike with anti-rise that is too high, otherwise suspension packs out in the rear, bouncing you around. Since you like your anti-rise so low, I assume you enjoy endoing down the trails?
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