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islandforlife christiefitz's article
May 30, 2023 at 8:23
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Check Out: Mons Royale's SS 23 Apparel, A Tiny Torque Wrench & Key Lime Pie Protein Powder
@plyawn: Hitting something with your face, yes. Difference between just impact injury and slicing half you cheek off. Also often it's from hitting your head and your helmet driving your glasses down and into your cheeks/nose.
islandforlife christiefitz's article
May 30, 2023 at 8:22
2 hours
Check Out: Mons Royale's SS 23 Apparel, A Tiny Torque Wrench & Key Lime Pie Protein Powder
@upundu: @Daray: Ryders Roam with the Fyre lens. Ryders has gone under so they can be difficult to find. But there's still quite a few online and other shops with stock. Such great glasses As for sweat management, the adjustable nose pads are great, allows me to keep them slightly away from my face and forehead so that sweat doesn't contact them.
islandforlife christiefitz's article
May 29, 2023 at 15:10
19 hours
Check Out: Mons Royale's SS 23 Apparel, A Tiny Torque Wrench & Key Lime Pie Protein Powder
@spaceofades: I've tried multiple cheap pairs and safety glasses. They fog up way too easily. The optics are shit. Drop them once and they are scratched to shit. They don''t stay on your face through rough terrain. They also generally don't have rims around the lenses... lots of people with serious cuts on their cheeks/noses from crashing with rimless glasses. I gave up and bought proper glasses. I have an $240 pair of riding glasses... but they are also photochromic so almost clear to fairly dark in the sun. The anti-fog is next level... can climb in humid heat without fogging. Super comfortable and never slip, they come with multiple sized nose pads and adjustable temple tips (I totally forget I'm wearing them), optics are awesome with clarity and colour boosting and very scratch resistant... this is my 5th season with them now and they still look and work like new.
islandforlife mikekazimer's article
May 26, 2023 at 8:53
May 26, 2023
Throwback Thursday: 10 Classic Photos of the Day From 2003 Dude is taking some amazing photos these days!
islandforlife remymetailler's article
May 25, 2023 at 11:23
May 25, 2023
Video: Rémy Métailler Joins Reece Wallace to Ride his Backyard & Local Trails
Ya, just noticed that the other day when planning a ride at South Benson... man if you start with Chainsaw, it's now a close to 5 km full descent.. so good!
May 24, 2023 at 8:39
May 24, 2023
quotes Testing the knee = good to go!!
6.3 km - 00:25 - 1 achievements
islandforlife TectonicComponents's article
May 20, 2023 at 14:44
May 20, 2023
Tectonic Components Releases Altar v2 Pedal
@justinfoil: I’ve got a great business idea for you! You should start a company making cool pedals and stems. It’s a market ripe for innovation ideas and there’s not many companies doing it!
islandforlife TectonicComponents's article
May 19, 2023 at 13:04
May 19, 2023
Tectonic Components Releases Altar v2 Pedal
Was just thinking the same thing. Like what company these days gets together and is like.. "You know what the mountain biking industry needs right now... another flat pedal!" No... no we don't... there's so fucking many good options, just don't bother.
islandforlife henryquinney's article
May 18, 2023 at 16:04
May 18, 2023
Video: How Bad Can They Be!? We Review Each Other's Personal Bikes
@corposello: They keep it pretty up to date... here's the Oct 2022 before a pretty big cull - And then Jan 1, 2023 - But ya, not sure why Dario and Alicia aren't on there... you can go back to various dates and sort of see when people come and go.
islandforlife WhistlerMountainBikePark's article
May 17, 2023 at 14:26
May 17, 2023
Whistler Bike Park To Open This Weekend, Garbanzo Zone Slated For June 10
@k2theg: Didn't seem to happen last year when Creekside was down. Visited in September and it was 45mins to an hour at Fitz each lap. Plus Creekside and a substantial portion of the Garbo zone was closed because of the Creekside construction. Which sounds similar, just flipped, to what's upcoming. I really don't get that when a big portion of the mountain is closed and there is far less lift access, why the prices remain the same? I actually didn't so much mind the waits and the trails were still super fun... but it's the value.. it wasn't, and won't be, there. We'll head elsewhere this year.
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