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kram pinkbikeaudience's article
May 14, 2018 at 11:15
May 14, 2018
Casey Brown & Vaea Verbeeck Hit the New Dream Track Jumps for the First Time - Video
If you can't whip 90 off these jumps, those girls are unavailable ;)
kram kayleefish's photo
May 13, 2018 at 2:36
May 13, 2018
This is the best photo I've seen on PB Rowdy

kram mikelevy's article
Mar 20, 2018 at 0:27
Mar 20, 2018
Santa Cruz's New Blur XC Bike - Review
In a 26, I'd have to go N+1, no question.
kram mikelevy's article
Mar 20, 2018 at 0:16
Mar 20, 2018
Santa Cruz's New Blur XC Bike - Review
Mike, your comment on the Blur 4X is bang on. I've never had a bike that encouraged hooliganism quite like that bike did. A bike ahead of its time, and the one I owned the longest and the only one I wish I never let go.
kram mikelevy's article
Mar 10, 2018 at 18:09
Mar 10, 2018
Flow Trail Overload? Or Never Enough Flow? - Pinkbike Poll
There's enough room out there for everything for everybody. One observation that I've made, rightly or wrongly, is that it seems that now that money is being spent on developing trails, the vast majority is spent on building flow trails, and trails for beginners. The argument is that it will help get people into the sport. Whether that's a terrible thing or a fantastic thing or somewhere in between is another discussion. But when on one hand I see some difficult trails getting shut down or sanitized, and new trails only getting approval if they are suitable for everyone, while approval for smooth trails coming easily, it makes me wonder. There wouldn't be a sport called MTB if it wasn't for the riders who've been digging and spending big bucks on crap bikes for 25 years or more for these beginners to roll into and get the spoils of public funding and costly R&D that created amazing bikes, with zero history in the sport themselves. Seems like someone is getting the short end of the stick sometimes, and it's not those folks who've never lifted a finger to create any part of what made MTB a thing in the first place. I welcome newcomers, and I welcome a variety of trails. Do they deserve to walk into the sport and get the vast majority of $$ for trails, while expert technical terrain gets marginalized? I feel lucky to live in a place with such great riding, and I am stoked money is going to the trails, but I hope once the beginners get their infrastructure paid for with no effort on their part that some more money can go the the guys who now and over the years have tirelessly built hand built tech for free (when they can get away with it), much of which is some of the most ridden and highly rated in town.
kram mikekazimer's article
Feb 16, 2018 at 16:33
Feb 16, 2018
iXS Flow Evo+ Knee Guards - Review
Marketing works. Just ordered a pair.
kram pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 16, 2018 at 16:25
Feb 16, 2018
The 2017 Photo of the Year Winner is…
Hell yeah buddy. Stoked for you!!
kram pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 18, 2018 at 23:04
Jan 18, 2018
The 2017 Pinkbike Photo of the Year Contest is Here With $10,000 in Prizing
So here’s how it works. 1. You vote for what you like. 2. More people disagree with you than agree with you, so your choice loses. 3. You post a comment on the next round “This is such bullshit, there’s no way this should have won” 4. You threaten to quit voting 5. See step 1
kram mikekazimer's article
Nov 7, 2017 at 9:41
Nov 7, 2017
Ridden and Rated: 7 Long-Travel 29ers
Hot tip: If you buy a frame and all the parts separately, it creates a paper trail way to deep and complicated for anyone to follow, especially if you take a couple of months to put it together. Oops, is that a receipt for grips on the floor? No big deal. Q: "How much was the rest of that bike anyway?" A: "I have no idea! Want me to take you to dinner?" If you don't know, you don't have to lie about it. Problem solved :)
kram vernonfelton's article
Nov 2, 2017 at 14:28
Nov 2, 2017
Don't Punch the Baby - Opinion
Eric never drives a car or takes a bus anywhere because it's lazy. What a legend.
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