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StinkyTO redbullbike's article
Dec 1, 2016 at 14:19
Dec 1, 2016
Riding Under A Super Moon - Video
That's no moon! but what was the headlamp he was using?
StinkyTO RichardCunningham's article
Dec 11, 2015 at 10:13
Dec 11, 2015
How Well Do You Maintain Your Bike? - Poll
"Or maybe you are THAT GUY, who shows up at every ride with his bike race-prepped, chain and sprockets glistening like his capped and whitened teeth, tires scrubbed shiny black, and his suspension moist with "Seal Glyde." Ouch. This is just scary accurate.
StinkyTO pivotcycles's article
Jan 13, 2015 at 10:56
Jan 13, 2015
Video: Aaron Chase Shreds on the Pivot Les Fat
Fat bikes hold a lot of interest to me. I cannot at this time justify the price to ride ratio at this time. I hope one day I will find a fatty that someone else got tired of and get one that way. Pivot does get the award for the best name for a fat bike. Les Fat. It's great how it is a spin on the irony of the company name and it has a little bit of humor for/from the french. I know Les is plural but still it is a clever name.
StinkyTO FreehubMag's article
Nov 13, 2014 at 15:14
Nov 13, 2014
Video: Time Machine
It sounded like a mix of a traditional west coast First Nations song and drums, with a little techno (maybe the wrong term) blended in. I thought it was a good twist for music in a bike video. Helps to tell others where it is filmed if you live else where in the world.
StinkyTO scottsecco's article
Jun 13, 2014 at 14:35
Jun 13, 2014
Video: Rap Battle - Mountain Biker Vs. Road Biker
I have always said roadies were lame. I have had to eat a lot of crow now that I love road riding. I still MTB but I spilt my time between the two. However roadies are lazy. I am not saying they are not athletic but they are lazy. Case in point, roadies don't create their roads nor do they even clean them up after a winter storm. Mt bikers do not get this luxury.
StinkyTO parcher's photo
Feb 11, 2014 at 13:35
Feb 11, 2014
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StinkyTO rachellefrazer's article
Feb 6, 2014 at 11:54
Feb 6, 2014
February Online Deals
Fair point Deeeight, but I see no reason why they cannot insure for the value but still have an invoice for the country of destination as to what was paid for the product. I could buy a $ 10000 diamond but only pay $100 for it. Sh!tty analogy I know but, value and price paid are quite different. Then again to call my knowledge of import and tax laws ignorant would be a very generous statement.
StinkyTO rachellefrazer's article
Feb 6, 2014 at 11:23
Feb 6, 2014
February Online Deals
My Issue was not with having to pay for the import duties as such, but rather with CRC declaring the package with MSRP rather then what I paid for it. I am aware of my responsibilities ( most of the time) when importing and it is a balance between a good deal and a trip to the LBS when you calculate taxes, shipping and exchange rates. When you buy an item at say 50% off but then pay twice the tax on it, it bites into your good deal margin. I don't know why CRC declares the MSRP rather than the Price at which I paid.
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