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a-d-e pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 16, 2022 at 14:06
Dec 16, 2022
Video: Josh Bryceland Goes Big On an EMTB
@Longrider: give me convenience or give me death.
a-d-e pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 16, 2022 at 14:04
Dec 16, 2022
Video: Josh Bryceland Goes Big On an EMTB
oh I feel like SUCH a loser now.
a-d-e pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 16, 2022 at 14:01
Dec 16, 2022
Video: Josh Bryceland Goes Big On an EMTB
@IntoTheEverflow: wth?? hes 32 years old you dipshit. not 72. I started riding at 39. now 49 & I will smash a lot of riders half my age. no shi#. also Josh is cruising for fun these days - so lazy rides in my opinion.
a-d-e mattwragg's article
Oct 14, 2022 at 11:48
Oct 14, 2022
It’s Time to Recalibrate Our Ideas About Chainstay Length
Just whatever chainstay length Brage is using - get me on it now!!
a-d-e dangerholm's article
Jul 9, 2022 at 14:52
Jul 9, 2022
Dangerholm's 'Lemmy Forever' Hardtail - A Tribute to Motörhead's Singer & Bassist
honestly could not give a castlemaine XXXX for this content. Lemmy would turn in the grave..
a-d-e mattwragg's article
Jun 29, 2022 at 14:21
Jun 29, 2022
Opinion: The Opposite of Learning to Fly
upper body armour & pads in general protect against scuffs & bangs. they wong prevent broken bones or pulled ligaments or concussions. dont be fooled into thinking armour makes you invinceable. I prefer less armour - then I'm 10X more focused.
a-d-e mattwragg's article
Jun 29, 2022 at 14:09
Jun 29, 2022
Opinion: The Opposite of Learning to Fly
young people have zero clue what is possible later in life. zero. I too had zero clue. I took up mtb at 39. I may not be from a BMX background but I did skateboard until 38 - had a knee injury snowboarding so hopped on a mtb.. I'm outrunning shredders in their mid 30s but I have worked relentlessly on my bike skills. I have had 2 shoulder injuries one of which cost me £20,000 in lost earnings - but I do now have titanium body parts!! 49 this year.
a-d-e mikelevy's article
Jun 2, 2022 at 11:20
Jun 2, 2022
Opinion: You Should Be Fixing Your Own Bike
a friend destroyed a stem topcap the other day. the headset was loose - he tried to take the play out of it by winching down the topcap bolt (until it broke the cap) without loosening the steerer bolts on the stem...
a-d-e mikelevy's article
Jun 2, 2022 at 11:16
Jun 2, 2022
Opinion: You Should Be Fixing Your Own Bike
me too! im not even sure what the top bracket is either. i will figure it out one day, until then im taking my bike to the shop to service the top bracket. they only charged me £94.50 last time they replaced it - I couldnt really tell the difference but they are the experts & very helpful.
a-d-e mikelevy's article
Jun 2, 2022 at 11:09
Jun 2, 2022
Opinion: You Should Be Fixing Your Own Bike
my buddy likes taking his bike to the shop as often as possible. i think he feels its a good way to 'show off' his bike. he also only likes to ride certain places that I would consider 'poser-hubs'. he couldnt ride the other week because bike was in shop, I asked 'oh whats it in for?? to blow up the tyres???? he responded 'NO! had to replaced a SNAPPED gear cable (omg emoji)!!!!' the shop was a 30 min drive. he thinks hes doing the right thing because he spent £4000 on a bike he should let the experts deal with it?? I no longer offer the guy any advice whatsover but I did laugh to myself about shifter cable taking 10 mins to run a new inner through..
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