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catfish9797 robertbbr's photo
Mar 18, 2018 at 15:33
Mar 18, 2018
Ok, context please! What a terrific shot!

catfish9797 pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 14, 2018 at 6:28
Mar 14, 2018
Rémy Métailler in Super Slow Motion
Well, someone finally managed to edge Final Cut Bro for slowest Mo in the biz! And even FCB would have been satisfied with that roost. It appears Norbs has been robbed, yet again...
Mar 9, 2018 at 18:49
Mar 9, 2018
catfish9797 mikelevy's article
Mar 7, 2018 at 16:19
Mar 7, 2018
Prototype Wireless Electronic Drivetrain - Stellenbosch World Cup
That could get fun. Even just hacking the code and having a controller with you and dropping him into the small cog 10 feet up a climb ????
catfish9797 trek's article
Mar 1, 2018 at 12:26
Mar 1, 2018
Trek Factory Racing Announces 2018 Enduro Squad
You can bet your ass he’s gonna take that bike off some sweet jumps
catfish9797 sarahmoore's article
Feb 27, 2018 at 6:44
Feb 27, 2018
6 Months After Breaking His Neck, Remy Morton is Back - Video
To watch that riding segment at the end after the crash is simply incredible. That’s what “free” riding looks like. That’s art on a bike, shaping runs like that with so much control. You can tell this man is elated to have his brushes back and will be at the canvas making up for that lost time. Live fast, die last, classic. Cheers Remy!
rode in Laurel Ridge Nature Preserve. view ridelog
Feb 15, 2018 at 12:00
Feb 15, 2018
quotes Trails in good shape!
11.8 km - 01:53 - 2 achievements
catfish9797 RichardCunningham's article
Feb 8, 2018 at 13:56
Feb 8, 2018
Opinion: Does Downhill Have Nowhere Else to Go?
I’ll forever have the moment of watching, live, the image of Ulriche Maier’s lifeless body ragdolling to a stop after she lost and edge and hit the fence in ‘94, burned into my memory. David Poisson and Max Berkhart last year. Sarah Burke in snowboarding halfpipe, all the folks that die in avalanches every year. The list goes on and on and on and just continues to get longer. Just because it looks smooth, and snow looks forgiving doesn’t mean it is. I think RC on some level understands those simple premises, of course, but I think he has perspective in MTB (being involved since the beginnings) that gives him a healthy respect and fear when he sees heavy stuff being done on a bike, but he lacks this perspective and experience as it relates to skiing, being that he’s not as closely connected and doesn’t have as many relatable experiences to act as touchstones. If he did, it’s likely that he’d feel the same gravity and concern watching freeskiers, snowboarders, and WC DH ski racers that he does watching Rampage and the like.
catfish9797 ranke's article
Feb 4, 2018 at 0:33
Feb 4, 2018
Sunday Funnies From 'Over The Bars' Comics
Love it, old school comic style, keep at it, the love for the sport and the comic form really comes through, whether it’s to eveyone’s taste or not. Thanks for giving us something fresh and fun. Cheers man, ride on!
catfish9797 rossbellphoto's article
Jan 23, 2018 at 10:26
Jan 23, 2018
Exclusive Loic Bruni Interview – The Steps to Success
They're just reacting to him saying this is something he's working on. The struggle is real, these guys are humans trying for the pinnacle where in a 3 minute race being 2% off the winning time could leave you out of the top 20. It's more than just riding and bombing, and from his comments it seems Bruni took home some valuable lessons last year, but acknowledges sometimes he's learned lessons and had trouble implementing them consistently going forward. Anyone at the pointy end of the WC field has enormous physical and bike handling gifts, but the guys who park themselves at the top, Vouilloz, Peat, Minaar, Gwin, have a systematic and staid approach and the ability to block out all the faff. Time and maturity will tell if Bruni will be one of those guys, but it's pretty safe to say he'll always be one of the most fun to watch because of his potential and Brosnan like "ride fast, take chances" approach at the races. I actually wonder if this has helped him at World Champs races, because everyone is racing all out to win that day, "checkers or wreckers", and some guys struggle with that aspect, yet he seems to race that way every weekend, so maybe it's just another day ending in y scenario to him. That's what makes it all so interesting!
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