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Oct 13, 2018 at 14:01
Oct 13, 2018
krashDH85 raceface's article
Oct 12, 2018 at 21:20
Oct 12, 2018
Video: Wade Simmons & Keegan Wright Get PINNED on the Shore
@lyleo: yup that was the dream bike. My buddy who worked at the same shop as me got the RM9 with that paint job and the Monsters. So sick. Unfortunately it was all huck to flat where I lived (no trails, urban assault) so he broke that damn dog bone link every week...
krashDH85 raceface's article
Oct 12, 2018 at 14:37
Oct 12, 2018
Video: Wade Simmons & Keegan Wright Get PINNED on the Shore
@cunning-linguist: I remember it so well. I couldn't afford his version working in a small bike shop in Alaska so I had to get the Blue/Grey/black version with the Super T pro. First DH/Freeride rig for me
krashDH85 raceface's article
Oct 12, 2018 at 10:12
Oct 12, 2018
Video: Wade Simmons & Keegan Wright Get PINNED on the Shore
Rocky, Zocch and Simmons...go together like a bong and a blitz.
krashDH85 interrobangmotionpictures's article
Oct 11, 2018 at 9:20
Oct 11, 2018
Video: The Ultimate Vintage GT Bike Collector
I was a shop rat as a kid. I remember the GT LTS carbon hanging in the window of the local bike shop. Full susp, elastomer rear shock. That thing absolutely blew my mind. I was riding a purple Trek Antelope at the time my folks had gotten me. I remember jumping the Antelope off curbs until I taco'd the fork. I had to buy my own bikes after that. I could never afford that GT in the window but it's for sure what inspired my full suspension desire. It was different from the Trek and Cannondale hype so I wanted it. Everyone saying those bikes rode like garbage, it's only in comparison to today's geometry. At the time, bikes like these, the Trek Y-Frame, the Cannondale Raven...were all game changers for bikes. I spent many hours of my childhood in shops dreaming of bikes like these. Great story here and some awesome bikes in the video.
krashDH85 TransitionBikeCompany's article
Sep 25, 2018 at 20:50
Sep 25, 2018
Video: ANVL Components Announces New Tilt Pedal
I've thought the whole pedal design through a lot. Each design has its flaws. Grub screws from the top, tons of grip because of the major diameter (peaks) of the thread pitches, can easily find at a hardware store. But you take a hit to them and the bend, you're likely to elongate the threaded hole in the body and make it useless. From the backside allows a SHCS, but you shear or mushroom a pin, the threads in the body are coming with the damaged pin. The Harder material wins that contest every time. The SHCS style pin from the back is superior in performance and is easy to remove. So that would need to be utilized. Hardware easily available at your local hardware store would be a must for replacement. No damage to the body is a must. Is it possible? I think so, at least I have an idea. If I get some free time in the future I'd like to design a set in CAD and put them through the test.
krashDH85 officialcrankworx's article
Sep 25, 2018 at 14:31
Sep 25, 2018
Added 3 photos to Buysell
Sep 24, 2018 at 15:31
Sep 24, 2018
Sep 24, 2018 at 15:24
Sep 24, 2018

SDG IFly I-Fly Storm, I-Beam, New (Black/Green)

$45 USD
Brand new in packaging. Have been using the same seat on my Jedi the last couple of seasons and it's been great. No creaking with the I-Beam setup. Tough saddle too, the one I've been using shows no signs of wear. Ribbed for your pleasure Shipping to US included in price. Text for quickest response. Thanks for looking!

krashDH85 pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 24, 2018 at 12:18
Sep 24, 2018
Final Artsy Highlights - Audi Nines MTB 2018
I still can't even hit the right button combos in the video games to do any of these...
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