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Dec 10, 2014 at 5:06Dec 10, 2014
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Jan 14, 2014 at 1:43Jan 14, 2014
Pinkbike Announces New 'Places' Feature
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ahaus Trailsrider's article
Jul 1, 2013 at 12:55Jul 1, 2013
Video: EWS 2 - Val d`Allos - The Competition Continues
Glad to visit this spot this summer.
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Feb 18, 2013 at 8:55Feb 18, 2013
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ahaus RichardCunningham's article
Oct 17, 2012 at 13:29Oct 17, 2012
Cane Creek - Ask Us Anything
When will this shock mod be available? Is it easy to modify an existing DBAir? I'm riding an Intense Tracer 2 with a DBAir and have problems with the setup especially when climbing fire roads (back is sinking, bad climbing efficiency). So I'm switching back to the RP23 on rides with longer climbs. Thanks.
Apr 5, 2012 at 18:41Apr 5, 2012
Hi Andreas. I'd love to but sadly there is very little in terms of online info regarding Taiwan trails. What tiny amount there is, is all in Mandarin and/or on forum sites like Mobile01 rather than purpose designed websites. Richie's video was the first media coverage of that trail I've ever seen. Sorry to not be of more help to you. -James
ahaus mattwragg's article
Mar 22, 2012 at 11:58Mar 22, 2012
Building A Life In The Sun - The Roost DH Story
Hi, I was in this area in december riding with another company. YES, they do trail maintenance and they are building new trails as well. I think this is a win win situation for the locals and all the companies (guiding & shuttle services, hotels, restaurants etc.) out there as well - see the bigger picture. Brits also know how to organize, guide, build trails and speak the "universal" language - another big benefit.
ahaus leelau's article
Dec 28, 2011 at 16:57Dec 28, 2011
Switzerland for Dummies: Davos Klosters - Part 3
Hi leelau, I was also in Ischgl last year and had the opportunity to ride with a local guide (check http://www.silvretta-bikeacademy.at/ there is an english folder available for download) which showed me very good trails and I had some awsome riding. Don't know details on Zillertal. You can enjoy good trails also in Ischgl and in Zillertal. However in Switzerland especially Graubuenden it is much, much easier to find the good trails since there are also mountainbike specific maps (shows singltrails, level of difficulty etc.) available. I also have the feeling that hikers are not that "open minded" for mountainbikers than in Switzerland.
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