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finelytunedride edspratt's article
Apr 5, 2020 at 14:45Apr 5, 2020
Video: Andrew Neethling Follows Nino Schurter on his Local Trails
Nino is a man of many skill, got one handers down, https://www.instagram.com/p/B9tvvovh8fy/
finelytunedride foxfactory's article
Apr 2, 2020 at 3:42Apr 2, 2020
Video: Jordi Helps Kaos Seagrave With His Initial Suspension Set-Up Virtually
I think you find Kaos* prob be able to set is suspension up to get it in the ballpark, but why not do what they did, help entertain us, at this time, and help a lot of people who been asking "how do I set up my suspension" and a high number of pros be able to set up their suspension somewhere in ball park even if it is trail and error, (which is mainly what it is) But Jordi gets them there quick and help them go in the right direction/stop them get confused etc
finelytunedride SCOTT-Sports's article
Feb 28, 2020 at 3:14Feb 28, 2020
Video: Brendan Fairclough and Vinny T Hit the Ski Slopes and the Trails in Episode 2 of 'A Dog's Life'
By any chance do you know what music/artist was on his best of Drakfest vid he did? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=af5-7Xq-wQI&t=49s
Feb 18, 2020 at 13:54Feb 18, 2020
Video: Brendan Fairclough Goes Stratospheric at DarkFest
Does anyone know what music/band it is?
Feb 15, 2020 at 3:20Feb 15, 2020
Interview: Nina Hoffmann on Sticking to Her Guns and Not Taking a Team Offer for 2020
Syndicate is a "3 rider" team, no its not, it min 8 people team on the road, (3 riders, 3 mech, Manager and physio) So to take Nina is not just one extra, it be 2 (extra mechanic) and then maybe extra help. so be 10 people which could then make it harder to find accommodation without splitting the team up etc. (then throw extra female and sharing with males etc) Then there is budget, if they have a cap, and not able to pay for her and mechanic, think of the uproar if they offered her support etc and then it came out she not getting a salary, and I bet cake and coffee that not all of her offers from "other teams" she had a "salary" but prob still come as stated above, more sponsor pressure to do certain events etc. And I am sure Stiff and Santa cruz talked and are still talking and SC is helping Stiff out some how even if it is free bike(s) And last thing, Nina seemed to of looked at each offer looked at them , weighed them up (pro/con) and gone with what is best one for herself. Good for her and all the best for a good season.
Jan 3, 2020 at 2:26Jan 3, 2020
Insync Bikes Pulls Out of Mountain Biking, DH Team to Continue with New Sponsors
Atherton frames would be good.......
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Sep 11, 2019 at 4:57Sep 11, 2019
The UCI Responds to Questions Over Brook Macdonald Evacuation Delays
After Brooks crash they had a uci/team meeting as Teams where not happy with time taken etc, (rightly so) so they quickly put things in place "and the event organizers will be paying to have a helicopter pilot available at the heli base off-site." I am very surprised that UCI or event organizer did not say in the statement about anything about the above , as in "yes it was longer than we of liked, but we learned from it and have put X and Y in place" Hopefully other events organizer's can learn from this, but I have a feeling if UCI don't help with costs like this to safe guard riders health etc, that not many organizer's will step forward as I am sure having a Helicopter and crew on stand by is going to cost a bit! Full paragraph "As a result of this event, for tomorrow’s race, the emergency response team is reviewing all the places that a helicopter can land, debriefing first responders on how to secure the scene for the helicopter to land, and the event organizers will be paying to have a helicopter pilot available at the heli base off-site. The response time for a non-life-threatening injury should be reduced to 50 minutes. For a life-threatening situation, it was explained that the army will be on site with their helicopter within 20 minutes." From https://www.pinkbike.com/news/brook-macdonald-sustains-spinal-injury-in-training-crash-mont-sainte-anne-dh-world-champs-2019.html?trk=rss
finelytunedride edspratt's article
Sep 5, 2019 at 2:20Sep 5, 2019
Video: Ben Cathro Inspects the New Snowshoe World Cup DH Track
lol love the intro, #capisback