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cxfahrer Bryn-Atkinson's article
Aug 9, 2017 at 1:58
Aug 9, 2017
Win: Bryn Atkinson Replica Norco Range Bike and Riding Kit
Editing, Instagram, and the chance to win a bike that is way too Good luck to everybody that fits a size M.
cxfahrer mtbstrengthcoach's article
Aug 1, 2017 at 23:38
Aug 1, 2017
Rowing Exercises to Improve Your Cornering Skills
Reminds me of a friend 10years ago who trained everything from James' videos, he looked really pumped. He rode the gnarliest descents and jumped every drop and gap. But the more he trained, the more he got bored of cycling and some years ago sold his MTB....
cxfahrer SaalfeldenLeogang's article
Jul 22, 2017 at 4:00
Jul 22, 2017
Mountain Bike Adventures in Saalfelden, Leogang
@Citrons: book yourself an apartment via or else, and look for the Jokercard. With an appartement you can cook your own meals, and people are friendly and used to wet and dirty MTBikers. 5-7 days should be OK, it might rain or you ride Leogang. There are many more bikeparks near that, I only know Sölden, which has a similar (but not easy understandable) combined lift&shuttlebus ticket when renting an apartment or camping. Look on bikeparkmap or google for more. If you prefer riding on real trails, and dont need necessarily a lift, go to Italy (Vinschgau, Reschen, Bozen etc).
cxfahrer AJBarlas's article
Jul 22, 2017 at 3:29
Jul 22, 2017
2018 Specialized Turbo Levo FSR Carbon - First Look
@opignonlibre: I am not sure about that "majority" thing. Everyone lives in his/her own perception. It might just be a bubble. Freeriders carry their bikes uphill for hours.... There are some fundamental propositions before buying an E-MTB (a real one): - enough cash to spare - a place where you can ride it - a place to recharge after the ride - a car rack that is strong enough (if you dont live near a mountain with trails) This limits the possible range of buyers. Most of us live in a place, where you ride a normal MTB near our home on quite boring trails, with no steep hills and no place to show off your new bike. I think most E-MTB are rented.
cxfahrer SaalfeldenLeogang's article
Jul 22, 2017 at 2:58
Jul 22, 2017
Mountain Bike Adventures in Saalfelden, Leogang
@Citrons: just stay on the dedicated Mtb trails. Never ride on a hiking path, and only on a fire road when there is a sign that this is allowed. The fines are high. Besides that, Saalbach is fun. Good enough for 2-3 days shredding down easy trails. It is quite ugly though because it looks like any winter-skiing-destination in summer, and it stinks (they spray slurry on their meadows in summer). Going out is pricey, but accomodation is cheap and has the Jokercard included.
cxfahrer AJBarlas's article
Jul 21, 2017 at 3:46
Jul 21, 2017
2018 Specialized Turbo Levo FSR Carbon - First Look
I think it was a good move for the industry to put a motor on a MTB instead of making an electric motorcycle pedalable. So everyone can believe that an E-MTB is a bicycle and as an E-MTBiker believe he/she is part of our community. I dont mind E-MTBs to be fast, efficient and light. I would buy one, if I could use one. As long as I can carry or shift my MTB up a steep Hill and an E-MTB is to heavy for this, I wont.
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