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bcamapgnolo whyex's article
Apr 17, 2017 at 17:42
Apr 17, 2017
No Exif 4: Leica M6 Stills from the Builder Movie Shoot - Video
I love the grain and the character of these shots. The imperfections and artifacts add to the photos.
bcamapgnolo urteam's article
Apr 8, 2017 at 9:57
Apr 8, 2017
Helmet Cam Preview With Fab CousiniƩ - EWS Round 2, Tasmania
He made a comment "walking the track is not in the spirit of Enduro" I struggle with blind / site reading of trails. I am constantly working to improve my ability to ride a trail blind. I did a race recently and did not get the time to practice one of the stages and raced it blind. There is something very pure and mind clearing about doing that. (I messed up all over the place). I'd love to see the pros in a 7 stage race to have one stage un-practiced and unveiled on race day to see the times and see how they do, racing a new trail unseen. . . I know there would be a local advantage, but it's amazing to see these guys do this. He was just sending things and going for it on a blind trail. I'd have been peeking over the lip, checking the landing, and generally pooping my drawers. . .
bcamapgnolo AJBarlas's article
Apr 2, 2017 at 18:51
Apr 2, 2017
Canyon Factory Downhill Team Bike Checks
@Racer951: Thanks! I'll do some measurements and give it a shot. Its a V10, and there's a H/L setting for the rear as well, so I'll have to keep that in mind.
bcamapgnolo AJBarlas's article
Apr 2, 2017 at 13:29
Apr 2, 2017
Canyon Factory Downhill Team Bike Checks
I have a question about how much of the fork is showing above the top of the crown. Troy's looks like a few cm, and Marks looks like 0. What does the fork stanchion height change do, as it relates to the amount of spacers under the bars? I think I get the simple set up on a non-dual crown fork.(raise and lower the bars) Mostly curious if slammed also means less fork stanchion, and if the number of rise matches the exposed fork stanchion? I have a Fox 40 on a V10 and was always curious if I made changes to the fork, what I'd be messing up. . . like if I kept the spacers the same and adjusted the height of the fork. Is it more of an adjustment for how steep a track is, and how you want the front of the bike to sit? (within a fixed amount of adjustments)
bcamapgnolo davetrumpore's article
Apr 1, 2017 at 13:14
Apr 1, 2017
bcamapgnolo pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 1, 2017 at 13:14
Apr 1, 2017
bcamapgnolo dirtchurner's photo
Mar 31, 2017 at 16:59
Mar 31, 2017
I can't wrap my brain around that mentality. . . not even on my worst day. . . that dude needs a sock filled with frozen butter

bcamapgnolo dirtchurner's photo
Mar 31, 2017 at 16:57
Mar 31, 2017
Its a pisser, he knows enough to put the sandbags and rocks right where most riders would land or at least hit them too late to mange them in a controlled manner. Not cool.

bcamapgnolo pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 31, 2017 at 16:40
Mar 31, 2017
Crankworx Rotorua Downhill Presented by IXS - Results
Is Jack that buff, or is he wearing some armor underneath? And, is that like a 38t or larger on the front chainring?
bcamapgnolo redbullbike's article
Mar 28, 2017 at 22:07
Mar 28, 2017
Aaron Gwin's Off-Season, Episode 2 - Video
The ability to ride and decide in a split second (or less) what can be ignored and just smashed and what you have to actually physically react to, seems to be a skill the pros have dialed. . . Watching him at speed is something worth doing - and all the pros. You learn so much from line selection and position on the bike and attitude while riding. Love it. I got to race against his bike at Mammoth this last summer. How's that? A super awesome dude in my age category was riding Aaron's bike, and chatting with the dude and Aaron was the highlight of my week.
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