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bartonw edspratt's article
Jun 30, 2019 at 12:43
Jun 30, 2019
Final Results: EWS Val di Fassa 2019
Great to see such a positive response from RR with his new form - clearly worked very hard during his ban. But it’s completely understandable that people are going to have doubts and some will take longer to forgive than others. He’s going to have to put up with the extra scrutiny and can’t complain about it. Any athlete coming back from a doping ban is viewed with suspicion for a while. It’s like a person who you’ve found out has lied to you — they can say sorry, you can try to put it all behind you, but you may not totally trust them again. He’ll just have to be squeaky clean in future.
bartonw edspratt's article
Jun 23, 2019 at 5:03
Jun 23, 2019
Richie Rude Announces Return to the EWS
Already looking forward to the Oprah interview.
bartonw nathanhughes's article
Aug 10, 2018 at 6:06
Aug 10, 2018
Practice Photo Report: Mont-Sainte-Anne DH World Cup 2018
@NCByron: The point about tear offs is that they are ripped off in the heat of a race run, then left to blow away or get crushed into the dirt. No one's stopping to pick them up. However no one deliberately rips a zip tie mid ride and throws it into the environment. When cut, they can be taken home with you. Taking your rubbish home with you or putting it in the right trash can is an easy battle to win.
bartonw andy9's photo
Aug 10, 2018 at 1:50
Aug 10, 2018
Boring to say this I know....but tear offs have been banned in a lot of motorcycling events in the UK, because they don't degrade. Everyone has started to take plastic waste seriously now...so we should in the MTB community too. Riders can use roll offs; still have clear vision and not leave plastic about the place :-) Ban tear offs x

bartonw nathanhughes's article
Aug 10, 2018 at 1:48
Aug 10, 2018
Practice Photo Report: Mont-Sainte-Anne DH World Cup 2018
Boring to say this I know....but tear offs have been banned in a lot of motorcycling events in the UK, because they don't degrade. Everyone has started to take plastic waste seriously now...so we should in the MTB community too. Riders can use roll offs; still have clear vision and not leave plastic about the place :-)
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