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coralcorn Pixelbanger's video
Mar 19, 2016 at 10:18
Mar 19, 2016
This is absurd, what a fucking moron to just be shooting out in the open like that

coralcorn mikekazimer's photo
Mar 4, 2016 at 6:58
Mar 4, 2016
The font is none other than RaceFace, I believe the frame would be vaguely familiar to a Pivot

coralcorn ustemuf's video
Dec 5, 2015 at 9:49
Dec 5, 2015
Damn, done a lot of work out there! Lovin the duration time of this video too haha.. Subtlety at its finest

coralcorn downhilldj127's video
Oct 3, 2015 at 14:40
Oct 3, 2015
These were some of the best days

coralcorn skijunky05's video
Sep 22, 2015 at 12:44
Sep 22, 2015
What type of gymbal set up were you using?

coralcorn coralcorn's photo
Aug 12, 2015 at 21:02
Aug 12, 2015
I can take paypal

coralcorn parisgore's article
Aug 12, 2015 at 21:00
Aug 12, 2015
Photo Epic: Joyride Practice - Crankworx Whistler 2015
Im not a huge rogatkin fan but he posted a video of a double whip to bar that he had figured out
coralcorn josephsoukup's video
Jun 15, 2015 at 11:10
Jun 15, 2015
whats the trail after banana peel?

coralcorn downhilldj127's video
Apr 6, 2015 at 15:40
Apr 6, 2015
doggumentary! yeowww

coralcorn COMMENCALbicycles's article
Jan 29, 2015 at 16:34
Jan 29, 2015
Kyle Strait Signs with Commencal Bikes
I completely agree with you, I'm sure that GT decided that whatever Kyle wanted in monetary value wasn't worth it to them. I'm just bringing up the fact that in earlier days, GT has done similar things with their athletes for example: Jill Kintner & Brian Lopes: Best 4X duo in the game, suddenly no longer a part of GT after multiple World Cup and World Champ titles on their hard tails! Jamie Bestwick: Multiple X-Games and Dew Tour medals. By far the most dominant vert bmx rider of his time possibly ever, and one day suddenly he was gone. Mick Hannah/Marc Beaumont: Helped develop the previous carbon fury, enabled GT to be one of the first to have a carbon bike on the circuit. Marc even won a world cup on the bike, and Mick had a 3rd place at world champs in Canberra. Both athletes weren't as dominant as the ones above, but they still did a lot to develop and earn the bike some recognition. There are more instances like this, but I think these are the most recent and are pretty high caliber names to suddenly be dropped by GT. In the MTB industry, its as if once you make a name for yourself few people want to or can pay you top dollar for being the best! I'd expect to see GT keep the Atherton's, for another year or 2 but expect that the current GT lineup will be non-existent within a few years time.
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