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hIDesert henryquinney's article
Apr 27, 2022 at 8:44
Apr 27, 2022
Review: ION's Wet Weather Shelter Jersey and Scrub Pants
I've said this before, but it bears repeating. JCrew had some 5 pocket tech pants that were $19.95 on their jcrewfactory website. I bought 5 or 6 pair. they were light, dried really quickly and were cheap. The point is if you look around you'll find pants, shirts and plenty of other gear that is not in the MTB or outdoor space but works comparably well for your purposes. If big logos are your thing, stick with the industry brands. If you don't care for logos, want to to wear somewhat normal looking clothes, and don't want to spend ridiculous amounts of money of clothing that will get ripped and dirty, have a look at the materials your current flash MTB wear is made of and look at the tags on garments on sales racks and thrift stores. I wore a stagecoach brand polyester button up shirt from the 80s and a fellow rider asked me if it was the new line from a well-known outdoor brand. You can pay a premium for branded tablets that defunk your hydration reservoir or you can buy 6 times as many of the identical product when it's marketed to cleaning dentures or dog bowls. The same practice applies to clothing. Don't hunt for bargain used helmets, but if you come across pants that stretch, breathe, dry quickly and don't make your ass look fat, buy 6 at $20 a pair.
hIDesert alicialeggett's article
Apr 26, 2022 at 5:51
Apr 26, 2022
hIDesert SaskiaD's article
Apr 21, 2022 at 7:14
Apr 21, 2022
Photo Epic: Darkfest 2022
Casey Brown is the coolest. She is also beautiful.
hIDesert sarahmoore's article
Apr 13, 2022 at 6:11
Apr 13, 2022
The Ultimate Recap of Sea Otter 2022
@tremeer023: to each his own, but to the Queen her English. Fewer dogs, not less. If you can count it, use fewer.
hIDesert mikekazimer's article
Apr 8, 2022 at 5:40
Apr 8, 2022
Day 1 Randoms - Sea Otter 2022
the trailcross (flat pedal version) are super-middle-aged-dad in appearance and I love it. you can almost hear the bros sniggering right before I pass them on the downhill. I went to St. George for a week and brought a pair as my only shoes for the trip. I rode my bike, hiked, and went canyoneering-sticky as all get-out. When I go to races on the weekend for my son I use them for riding and then go fishing in them and they grip like nobody's business on wet rocks. I had to apply some gorilla glue to the insole to get it from slipping around, but other than that I love them. They are the ultimate sleeper shoe.
hIDesert mattbeer's article
Mar 2, 2022 at 6:26
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hIDesert sarahmoore's article
Mar 1, 2022 at 6:09
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hIDesert downtimepodcast's article
Jan 5, 2022 at 6:20
Jan 5, 2022
Podcast: Neko Mulally Shares All the Details Behind His 2022 Race Programme & the Bike He Designed
@bandit350: I remember walking through Pisgah Outdoors and checking out Harvey Cycles' bikes.
hIDesert downtimepodcast's article
Jan 4, 2022 at 13:30
Jan 4, 2022
Podcast: Neko Mulally Shares All the Details Behind His 2022 Race Programme & the Bike He Designed
nerd alert: Query the proximity of bicycle companies e.g. Kona, Evil, Transition to deep water ports. I love Pisgah, but the closest thing resembling a deep water port is Wilmington and that would require going near Fayetteville.
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