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getsomesy raceface's article
Jan 19, 2018 at 9:10
Jan 19, 2018
Race Face Offers Standalone Vault J-Bend Hub
Engagment, hub spacing & flange width... idiot.
getsomesy mikelevy's article
Jan 7, 2018 at 23:38
Jan 7, 2018
The Outlier - The Full Story of the Wild Insolent DH Bike
Blah bllah blah no geometry, figures, fools
getsomesy mikekazimer's article
Dec 30, 2017 at 11:31
Dec 30, 2017
Ride More, Think Less - Opinion
@mikekazmier Telling people not to clean their chain with a toothbrush(or maybe at all) ... Bad bad advice! There are really just a few things that should not be neglected about maintenece to keep a bike running well for low cost. Cleaning chains, pulleys, drying the bike to preventing water ingress and lubricating chains, fork sliders, and cables As well as keeping bolts properly torqued and bearings preloaded corectly are key to keeping a bike that may see heavy use but continue to thrive. A bike should take wear from turning lots of miles, g forces and the bad side of good gambles and mistakes ON the bike. Not niglect or disrespect.
getsomesy pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 11, 2017 at 20:08
Dec 11, 2017
getsomesy jasonfitzgibbon's article
Nov 14, 2017 at 14:50
Nov 14, 2017
From Sawmills to Singletrack - Video
@jasonfitzgibbon: "Needless to say, the hundreds of miles of trails in the greater Oakridge area did not build themselves; they are the result of numerous years of hard work and dedication on behalf of a core group of local mountain bikers, many of whom are active members of the Disciples of Dirt Mountain Bike Club."
getsomesy jasonfitzgibbon's article
Nov 14, 2017 at 14:45
Nov 14, 2017
From Sawmills to Singletrack - Video
@jasonfitzgibbon: Lol, i am correct. I don't know where you get off inflating the truth. The problem with giving a inaccurate inflated description of the responsibility is that you are propegating bullshit. The Greater Oakridge Area Riders, and Scorpions trail crews, well to do hikers bikers motorcyclist hunters and equestrians as well as many individual trail maintainers/ builders and the forest service all contribute to the maintence and proliferation of trails. to give so much credit to the Disciples of Dirt adds to false sense of Monolithic authority of one group, which already has problems with a mono-cultural egotistical drive where they attempt to seize all credit for all work, just look its right there in the name "disciples of dirt"
getsomesy stevemokan's article
Oct 23, 2017 at 20:12
Oct 23, 2017
Help Raise Funds for Dixie MTB Association
Call, what the heck is going on with Jeremy Larry and December, they look like squids! What the hell is with raising money to build trails. Put on the diesel and pick up a shovel
getsomesy vernonfelton's article
Oct 12, 2017 at 8:41
Oct 12, 2017
Have Your Say on the Ever-Changing Bike Standards
Post geometry, weight, dimentions (ie hub wheel build dimentions, and bikes wheel size) physical attributes, specifications before all the blowhard blah bla blah marketing bs. Far to often i have to wade through flash pages and into the archived to find out basic info; which inteligent and knowledgable people should be using yo make decisions, instead of listening to a buch of professional blowhard media marketing dueches spew literary shit clouds.
getsomesy jasonfitzgibbon's article
Sep 27, 2017 at 19:37
Sep 27, 2017
From Sawmills to Singletrack - Video
the only trail they have built is the lower lawler extension.
getsomesy jasonfitzgibbon's article
Sep 27, 2017 at 19:36
Sep 27, 2017
From Sawmills to Singletrack - Video
what a bad joke. the disciples of dirt build at the most one trail near oakridge. sure some of their members have contributed to trail work in oakridge, but a long shop from being responsible for them. pretty much all of them are forest service trails, not particularly under the care of the disciples of dirt. there are many trail crews and people who contribute to those trails. credit for trail systems should not be hijacked like this!
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