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lifeofloon redbullbike's article
Oct 24, 2017 at 10:37
Oct 24, 2017
Is This the Steepest Rampage Line Ever? - Video
So do you say that to yourself anytime you get in a car to drive too? Must be sad always expecting/wishing death to be around the next corner.
lifeofloon pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 24, 2017 at 10:32
Oct 24, 2017
Red Bull Rampage First Impressions - Video
So you all call football, futball, hockey, skiing, and snowboarding deadly events too I suppose. Most of these sports have actually someone had die while participating in an event. Is the UCI downhill series also considered deadly? They've seen some pretty serious accidents/crashes over the last couple years. There's a huge difference between classifying an event, dangerous as compared to deadly. There are certainly risks that have severe and serious consequences but the fact of the matter is no one has actually died competing at or training at Rampage. So yes I have no problem calling the "deadly" description a bit dramatic. Sometimes I think you guys actually do hope for that outcome just so you can all say, I told you so.
lifeofloon pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 21, 2017 at 14:53
Oct 21, 2017
Red Bull Rampage First Impressions - Video
@RedBurn: remind me again who died? Yes it's dangerous, but you're getting a tad bit dramatic calling it deadly.
lifeofloon Merida-Bikes's article
Oct 12, 2017 at 11:03
Oct 12, 2017
Toni Ferreiro: Defying Gravity - Video
That music has way too many beats per minute for that amount of slo-mo. I about had a seizure, then I turned it off. I tried to like it but after just having watched Jordi's video it wasn't going to happen. From Rough as F to rough as F to watch.
lifeofloon USOpenMTB's article
Oct 11, 2017 at 10:06
Oct 11, 2017
The US Open of Mountain Biking Heads to Killington Resort in 2018, Adds Enduro
@neimbc: I understand what you're saying. They could use some more true intermediate trails. When it comes down to it though the beginner intermediate riders are the ones who are paying most of their bills and they need to keep them coming back. It doesn't make good business sense for a resort the size of Killington to say, hey you to another place of those are the trails you want. They want and need that business too. In case you missed it Plattekill closed shop this year. When you only crater to the few it's hard to pay your bills.
lifeofloon USOpenMTB's article
Oct 11, 2017 at 5:23
Oct 11, 2017
The US Open of Mountain Biking Heads to Killington Resort in 2018, Adds Enduro
@neimbc: so your upset that Killington has decided to open up more terrain for beginners and intermediates to access? Perhaps they realize that they do have some great technical stuff albeit old but still great and want to create stuff that will actually bring in a lot more new customers so they can continue to provide some of the best lift access riding in New England. There are far more beginner and intermediate riders out there than experts theyneed to cater to them if they want to survive. I for one am super excited that the U.S. Open will be coming to Killington and I think it would be a good start in trying to draw a UCI World Cup event. They hosted an FIS World Cup last winter and it did so well they are bringing it back this winter.
lifeofloon RichardCunningham's article
Oct 6, 2017 at 18:54
Oct 6, 2017
lifeofloon RichardCunningham's article
Oct 6, 2017 at 18:54
Oct 6, 2017
lifeofloon mattwragg's article
Sep 29, 2017 at 5:26
Sep 29, 2017
From the Top: Pinion's Christoph Lerman
@cavedood: my XO1 derailleur has three seasons, two racing on it with no problems. So come again.
lifeofloon mattwragg's article
Sep 28, 2017 at 18:07
Sep 28, 2017
From the Top: Pinion's Christoph Lerman
@CycleMonkeyPinkbike: guy was pretty bummed to be out of the race and he mentioned he had a spare gear box but had left it at home in Canada, eight hours away. It's nice to know replacement is that simple. How about in field repairs? I'll admit my original comment was a bit snarky. So little is known about gear boxes and their reliability and serviceability. I'm looking forward to hearing more real world experiences.
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