Whistler Crankworx every year since its inception.
coupstair pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 27, 2020 at 0:02Jul 27, 2020
Friday Fails #128
well that was pleasantly surprising. usually on fridays i end up saying, "gotta go faster. speed's your buddy dude!" but today, today this might have been the speed collection of things gone wrong. good stuff. 2:45 is the best.
coupstair ericpalmer's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 21:26Jan 31, 2019
Sam Reynolds Out of DarkFEST After Breaking Wrist on New Trick Jump
looked like the helmet snap-forward maybe slammed / busted the wrist ...?
coupstair coupstair's video
Jan 30, 2019 at 11:42Jan 30, 2019
coupstair nicholirogatkin's article
Jan 1, 2019 at 22:01Jan 1, 2019
Video: Nicholi Rogatkin's 2018 Highlights Edit is Massive
i took my visor off as i found it got in the way of my view down the fall-line, and helmut cam shots too for that matter. waaaay faster without it as well. :) anyways, nicholi is pretty good.
coupstair jamessmurthwaite's photo
Nov 30, 2018 at 21:35Nov 30, 2018
coupstair jamessmurthwaite's article
Nov 30, 2018 at 12:42Nov 30, 2018
Guillaume Bout's Bonkers Concept Bikes
1 OTB please. now that's a beach cruiser ...
coupstair coupstair's video
Jan 12, 2017 at 8:56Jan 12, 2017
nothing to it but to do it. i'll get a shot this summer when the plants are out. hides the track a bit. bigger yard would be better [for mtb] as this works best on 20" wheels [way faster, flowier, easier to make the transitions cleaner at the hip, out of the bowl both ways, and over the sidewalk less the bridge there, without packing into the boulders everywhere]. i had this running in dirt / clay for abut 6 years, adjusting, changing, making the lines work both ways [twice the track!] until i poured the concrete sections for good. no changes now. i'm going to add 3 movable metal whoops along the long straight sidewalk as well to throw out a manual along the way for good measure. loads of fun and right out the door. hell of a workout for a rusty pedal like me, but mostly keeps us primed up too for anything ...
coupstair RichardCunningham's article
Feb 19, 2016 at 14:13Feb 19, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: How Often Do You Crash?
being a 30 year rider i have learned 2 things: 1. never let go of your bike - i have had so many choices of whether to ditch the bike when going over the bars or hang on and ride it out that it is truely amazing how you can save a spill by slowing your mind down and getting ready for weight transitions for when the wheels finally touch earth again when you feel like your going over the bars and have no choice [front suspension is amazing], and 2. if you have no choice coming out of #1, then learning how to crash and how to 'roll' out of it is essential. i ride the same stuff i always have, however, i do it far faster and with greater amplitude as i get older. i consider this to be progression for my personal riding and with nearly no crashes any more.
coupstair COMMENCALbicycles's article
Oct 21, 2015 at 9:14Oct 21, 2015
Video: Constructing the Commencal Office Pump Track
can't beat a pump track at home. after years of dialing the line, just finished concreting the whole thing in. great investment for sure.