katmai DescentWorld's article
Aug 3, 2016 at 14:45Aug 3, 2016
Brain Injuries in Mountain Biking - Are We Doing Enough?
Thank you so much for writing this article. My life dramatically changed three years ago from a garage accident. I spent a year with moderate to severe PCS symptoms. Although many of my symptoms have subsided to the point that I can enjoy biking and other activities, any crash or any mild hit to my head is enough to reaggrivate my head injury. I've leaned a lot, but most of all the physical and mental challenges of dealing with the short and long term effects of a TBI are life changing. I cannot stress enough to anyone that gets a TBI to REST and seek therapeutic (physical cognitive etc) treatment asap if you don't fully recover within 10 days.
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Jun 9, 2016 at 11:41Jun 9, 2016
Jun 9, 2016 at 11:41Jun 9, 2016
Used spare XX1 rear derailleur in good condition. $125
Jun 9, 2016 at 11:39Jun 9, 2016
Brand NEW Shimano XT M8000 11 speed Parts - take offs from a Santa Cruz 5010 Front Derailleur FD-M8025 - $25 Front Shifter- Double SL-M8000 - $25 Buy both for $40
Jun 9, 2016 at 11:36Jun 9, 2016
Selling a brand new in box Reverb post. Post was the wrong size and not worth shipping back and forth twice to correct. 125 mm travel, 31.6 diameter, 380mm length with a right handed remote (lefty under). Available for local pick up or shipping paid for by buyer.
Jun 9, 2016 at 11:33Jun 9, 2016
Brand new never ridden set of Race Face Turbine Cranks! These came on a Santa Cruz 5010. Cranks, 36 and 26 tooth rings and pedal washers.
Jun 9, 2016 at 11:29Jun 9, 2016
I have one new in the box Race Face Next SL 175mm Cinch Crank Arms $325.00. I can add a used 32t black DM Race Face chainring for an additional $20.
katmai zeptechniques's article
May 10, 2016 at 15:24May 10, 2016
ZEP's How-To Mythbusters: Position and Balance for Steeps and Heavy Braking
One of the best ways to think about it that I've ever been taught is that the more you can control your bike through your feet, the more freedom you have with your hands and arms to manuever and adjust to the terrain. That means, whether you are going up or down, putting your body mass in the position where you have control of the bike through the pedals. In practice, that means you'll move back and low when going down and forward a bit when going up , but if you think through your feet (not your butt!) you won't get too far in either direction. Get too far back and suddenly you are relying on your arms to "hold on" to the front end. Get too far forward and only your arms stand between you and an OTB. Stay square over the BB relative to the angle of the ground and you'll have the ability to adjust no matter what situation you are in. Article does a great job of explaining the same principal!
katmai rachellefrazer's article
Apr 17, 2016 at 15:02Apr 17, 2016
Catching Up With The Juliana SRAM Pro Team - Sea Otter 2016
It wouldn't involve hanging out in the village of Colorado Springs - LOL!
katmai mikelevy's article
Apr 16, 2016 at 11:23Apr 16, 2016
3 New Tools From Park Tool - Sea Otter 2016
Support those that innovate, not those that imitate! Plenty of Park Tools that I love and am happy to buy and they've done a ton of tool innovation over the years. But I just wouldn't feel right buying the Park lockring tool when the Abbey Crombie that Park copied is just $10 more.