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assfault SOLIDteam's article
Dec 4, 2013 at 20:48
Dec 4, 2013
assfault karl-burkat's article
Jun 18, 2013 at 9:14
Jun 18, 2013
MUST WATCH: Danny MacAskill Imaginate
Oh damn, Royal-dh! You knew 'what the movie was a few good months back', and you were able to keep it secret?! Would you like a trophy? Honestly, you don't receive recognition for knowing some bloke involved with production. This is MacAskill's edit, so please stop trying to make this about you.
assfault Lahnvalley-Crew's article
Dec 28, 2012 at 18:44
Dec 28, 2012
Video: Lahnvalley Crew - Daily Ride
Ha! Touche, Moloch, touche.
assfault Lahnvalley-Crew's article
Dec 27, 2012 at 21:41
Dec 27, 2012
Video: Lahnvalley Crew - Daily Ride
You're a big boy; you can say ass.
assfault Lahnvalley-Crew's article
Dec 27, 2012 at 17:41
Dec 27, 2012
Video: Lahnvalley Crew - Daily Ride
Since when does using different techniques and speed yield a new sport? Every rider has to alter his technique constantly to accommodate different obstacles in the trail, but that doesn't mean he is switching between different disciplines of the sport during a single ride. At the end of the day, pedaling one's bike, regardless of travel, up/down/all around a mountain is cross country at it's very core. Also, I don't believe you can differentiate between national champions and average riders. By doing so, you're essentially saying that what may be an enduro trail to one rider, is a xc trail to another, which has been my point this entire time - that enduro is made up to justify riding a longer travel bike, when there's no need for justification other than 'it's fu#ckin' fun.
assfault Lahnvalley-Crew's article
Dec 27, 2012 at 12:07
Dec 27, 2012
Video: Lahnvalley Crew - Daily Ride
...Then why is our national enduro champion, Adam Craig, riding a 4" travel 29er during competition? To me, it seems that people are merely redefining aggressive xc to remove themselves from the leg shaving, spandex-clad crowd. When "all mountain riding" was introduced, people began adopting longer-travel bikes that were better suited for the terrain. But before that, those same trails were ridden on short-travel bikes and described as "cross-country" in nature. How does riding the same trail on a different bike make it more gravity-oriented, or more aggressive?
assfault Lahnvalley-Crew's article
Dec 26, 2012 at 18:23
Dec 26, 2012
Video: Lahnvalley Crew - Daily Ride
All right, I must be more ignorant than I care to believe. So, could someone please explain to me the difference between enduro mountain biking, and cross country mounting biking?
assfault damageincmtb's article
Dec 22, 2012 at 8:24
Dec 22, 2012
Video: Damage Inc. - DDD
Not to mention that bottle of water that he was drinking! This guy is a responsible, clean cut, stand-out citizen, if I ever saw one. Hell, with his propensity for safety I'd probably hire him to baby-sit my children.
assfault IanHylands's article
Dec 22, 2012 at 1:02
Dec 22, 2012
Sequence Saturday 44
That's's like the rider and the bike are two planets in orbit, and at just the right moment everything lines up perfectly.
assfault IanHylands's article
Dec 6, 2012 at 21:04
Dec 6, 2012
Iceland With Sam Pilgrim And Grant Fielder
Yeah, no sh!t. I mean, if dirt jumping or street riding happened to be his area of expertise, I would maybe understand it. But, someone like Sam; who is known for his big-mountain style, World Cup downhill speed, and fluidity on a 10" travel bike sure did screw the pooch on this one. I'm nothing but disappoint.
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