Video: A Girl And Her Bike Are A Wonderful Thing Part Two

Sep 30, 2014 at 13:36
by Linda Paluc  
Views: 207,576    Faves: 518    Comments: 49

riding those sweet trails in austria
Photo by Klemen Humar

Photo by Klemen Humar
Photo by Klemen Humar

Photo by Klemen Humar
Photo by Klemen Humar

So ladies, if you struggle with fear of trying downhill, grab a bike and do it, because you can!

With all love and joy,

Photo by Klemen Humar
Photo by Klemen Humar

Project by Linda Paluc & Mitja Kodric
Filmed & edited by Matej Gostincar
Graphic by Niko Poljansek

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Member since Feb 5, 2013
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  • 370 7
 Gotta love the implied toplessness of the intro. That's how you rack in the views....
  • 84 5
 It really nips on the edge of nsfw
  • 305 7
 This video is one of the breast ones in recent mammary.
  • 70 4
 Linda went to specialized so i did too
  • 48 3
 You know how do we call that NSFW edge in europe? tv commercials lol
  • 14 14
 Gotta get that click through revenue.
  • 131 5
 I like her personality.
  • 52 3
 The lolli pop was a symbol for eating a healthy potassium filled banana, nothing else. Bananas are good trail food. I think the intro was very responsible. Kudos!
  • 36 10
 If Pinkbike show my ballsack in the thumbviev..will I get as many clicks? it´s not as big as the Rampage riders but quite alright of size I think ,what do you say Pinkbike? equality?
  • 43 3
 You can show skin only if you are making a statement. You can't just show them. You have to say, that the fact of your right ball being lower than the left one is... ...symbolizing the left sided government parties repressing the right winged ones who are supporting MTB. And that is not OK, because we want more people in MTB. The message doesn't have to be good or anything, but you have to have it. Else people are gona say you are just showing balls on PB.
  • 6 21
flag reimero (Oct 1, 2014 at 15:57) (Below Threshold)
 Was that a Stumpjumper that I saw in that video?
  • 14 23
flag Trekfueler (Oct 1, 2014 at 18:44) (Below Threshold)
  • 9 0
 ROFL this thread is pure gold!
  • 30 0
 Which idiot employed the tall camera man at the beginning
  • 21 11
 im all for girls riding bikes n all that, but i just couldnt be arsed watching it. if she wants to get her nockers out to drag the views in then good on her. me personally like to use pinkbike for bike videos and various other sites for sitting on my left hand
  • 38 19
 Cool Video and all but if Girls on Bikes want to be taken seriously they shouldn't post pictures of them half naked on Pinkbike. You want to be respected for your riding, not your boobs. I don't want to offend anybody, just my opinion.
  • 8 2
 After watching this hottie ride through the trees, I have wood. Is that wrong, or the expected outcome of the video I just watched?
  • 5 0
 Sounds like some of you need to make like horseshit and hit the trail...but that's none of my business...
  • 3 2
 Fucking thank you.
  • 9 5
 I don't understand...!! this is the firs time I see tons of negativity in the comments about boobs on PB..!!!! I invite more of these kind of postings on PB for the real doods that don't have problem admiring gorgeous wemen riding DH bikes. More boobs PB Please!!!!
  • 2 1
 Lol, great!
  • 2 1
 Sexy still sells, and it always will. Good hell, this has almost as many views as Andreu's Rampage video...
  • 2 1
 imagine the possibilities
  • 2 2
 *pussybilities @dars51
  • 1 0
 @jespinal sorry typo haha
  • 297 139
 You're a badass rider. It's really too bad you had to pick the low hanging fruit and use sex appeal as your currency. It's not only not needed, as your riding speaks for itself, but it undermines the challenges women already face in this sport.
  • 102 19
 hah thanks
  • 230 45
 Right, lets all live in a androgynous and sexless world, because that is so awesome.
  • 32 70
flag PigletOrange (Oct 1, 2014 at 12:34) (Below Threshold)
 Thanks - I'd rather watch some kick-ass riding than a lame boob commercial. There's plenty of ass in spandex as it is, I just need to go riding the trails.
  • 86 65
 Respecting yourself, as a female, doesn't make you androgynous nor sexless. It just keeps creeps from posting a bunch of comments about boobs and jizz.
  • 91 22
 Just because she does this doesn't mean she has no self-respect. Some people are proud of their bodies and want to show it off. And if that gets you more views... Go for it girl
  • 43 28
 always some whiny kids on these sensitive videos....grow up man
  • 58 97
flag NYShred (Oct 1, 2014 at 12:45) (Below Threshold)
 That intro was unnecessary and honestly, kinda creepy. What creep behind the camera said "Yeah, lick a lollipop, thats sexy!"...

Are you that insecure about your riding skills that you had to resort to sex to get any attention? Respect yourself, keep your clothes on and stop being a poser.
  • 55 10
 she models in her free time, who cares??? is it your body in front of the camera? is it your face being passed around on pinkbike? wheres the outcry against porn, or lingerie modeling??
  • 124 21
 #1 rule: know your audience.

The majority want boobs and DH....not feminism.
  • 54 83
flag Brianasaurus (Oct 1, 2014 at 12:53) (Below Threshold)
 Truth. The majority of you don't care about advocating for women to be thought of as more than sex objects.
  • 57 9
 oh yeah i forgot you know me so well.... By my argument im saying she should be free to do what she wants advocating for womens rights, she chose to do this, its up to her. end of story.
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  • 88 3
 She rides well and it's always cool to see ladies shredding...but I hope this doesn't spark a trend of PB videos starting off with guys licking lollipops.
  • 25 12
 The first thing I noticed was the implied lack of cloths. While sexually appealing, its irrelevant to your obvious skill on a mountain bike.
  • 60 76
flag Brianasaurus (Oct 1, 2014 at 13:01) (Below Threshold)
 There are plenty of other places to have your circle jerks. This is a site meant for the sport of trail riding -- not sex. I don't care what she does with her body, and I'm the last to suggest it isn't attractive ...but women have a legitimate struggle in this sport and her choice of bringing sex here only adds to those challenges. Pretending this isn't the case is only making you look like an uneducated fool.
  • 39 19
 okay, I guess you took it all wrong.. I will delete the video.. sorry for bothering..
  • 69 7
 Don't delete the video. Don't be brow-beaten by the self-appointed morality police, the air is way to thin up on their high-horses anyway. Giving in to this type of nonsense is the opposite of being empowered and strong.
  • 32 10
 dont delete it because of negative feedback, you are just giving them what they want....

Brian, uneducated? please explain to me how letting her make a video however she wants is foolish for me to respect? its actually quite the opposite, i respect that she did it, shes attractive, who cares? its a video. im well aware that it isnt the only case but by YOU advocating that because this video is sexual, weakens women empowerment in the sport, you yourself are adding to the dilemma....
  • 37 4
 the intro dragged me in, the riding kept me staying. nice vid, keep on shredding.
  • 45 11
 first off, nice riding, 2nd...Brianasaurus, why are you even on this site? to enjoy biking or make somebody feel bad about a video they are proud to show off? When you joined last month you posted about having a man crush and now a month later you decide to be negative here. Take a chill pill. Drink a beer. Relax and act like a biker.
  • 20 37
flag NYShred (Oct 1, 2014 at 13:28) (Below Threshold)
 Theres nothing more sexy than woman who knows she's beautiful even when she's wearing sweatpants and a baggy hoody. I guess I just dont understand why Linda chose to introduce herself and her riding this way. All the layers of make-up and lipstick, standing half-naked, licking a lillipop for the camera was textbook creepy. She may as well been wearing a school girl uniform and pig-tails to complete the look. For me it was the polar opposite of sexy, it made me cringe.
  • 16 1
 Fun vid, props for that drop! And continue to be yourself Big Grin
  • 14 2
 I will fall in the middle. You are totally free to do whatever you want. But you are a badass and like others have said your ridding speaks for itself. I personally would love to see more of your shredding. We don't get enough awesome vids featuring talented women!
  • 28 2
 My 2 cents. A woman has the right to make whatever videos she wants. Men have been telling women what to do with their bodies for far too long and this should probably stop, seeing as it's 2014. So more power to you Linda for deciding to make a video (especially when female led edits are generally poorly received on here) even if it's personally not to my tastes.

Surely if there is an issue, it is with Pinkbike? They are the ones making money off this (I doubt Linda is making a penny). They know that boobs = page-views & comments = ad revenue.

Pinkbike's slogan is 'for the latest in mountain biking news'. I don't think this is news, especially when there are more newsworthy stories involving female riders today, such as Manon Carpenter being selected for Sky Sport's Sportswoman of the month, that are not on the front page. I think that is the bigger issue here.
  • 20 3
 I think you missed the point of the intro, Briana. What I took from it was, "Here is what society thinks I should be." then it shows her on the bike giving the message, "This is who I want to be!"
And even if I'm wrong, there is inherently nothing wrong with her expressing her sexuality or the naked human body. Only stupid institutions like religion and conservative society try to apply shame to the human body or the act of sex. Lighten up a little.
  • 14 2
 Feminism is great and stands for equality of both genders. However, the way that many people abuse feminism, or use it as an excuse to criticize (ironically) other women is pathetic. I can't tell other men to be more or less masculine.. that's their choice. Women should not be discriminated, and telling her what she should or shouldn't be doing with her body is discrimination. If you don't like what she's doing, then you have the choice to NOT do what she's doing.

Same argument as religion. I don't care who practices what.. just don't force it onto other people. BTW, her riding was way better than the description made it seem. Good job.
  • 22 4
 @Brianasaurus, your comments are the bigest overreaction I've seen in a while. I was expecting to see a porn movie since your comments. There is nothing in this video for person to be ashamed. I don't find the intro disrespectful to female riders by any means. It's humorous, if you are not in a need of humor transplantation.
  • 26 2
 Jesus christ. Men find women sexy. Women like it when men think they are attractive. Women find men sexy. Men like it when women find them attractive. Its brilliant, it's a fact of life and its not going to change. (Well it might, but if it does the human race isn't going to last very long). Telling women it is wrong for them to flaunt their sexuality is equivalent to forcing them to wear a burqua. Which wouldn't exactly do a great deal for womens lib.

If the girl was massively overweight, oddly proportioned and by current mainstream views unattractive, and did the exact same intro, I wonder how many of you nay sayers would laud it as "a fantastic ironic statement about the sexualisation of women." Which would essentially be a subtle way of calling her ugly. Which wouldn't exactly be very feminist of you either now would it?

And before you come at me with something about how I'm missing the point because men view women merely as sexual objects whilst women look for deeper more meaningful stuff in men, I give you this:
They didn't even bother showing his face for gods sake. But thats fine apparently. Cos were men, and we dont care about being sexualised, as long as we get some attention.

Or this:
Click it. I dare you...
  • 25 1
 Pretty girl riding a DH bike with skill. Argument ensues. This proves you can argue about anything on the internet.
  • 3 1
 He said jizz
  • 13 4
 @lindapaluc, keep up the good work you're doing. I admire you for showing to the world that you are female rider and not pretending to be anything else. It's great to see such a good looking rider, because most of the girls that does have your look will be scared of mountain biking, because of the scars they can get to their beautiful bodies. I hope videos like this can push more good looking women to not be affraid to ride. Finally, I'm scared of jumps and drops that big, so you got all of my respect.
  • 30 1
 In Slovenia every super model rides DH. It's mandatory.
  • 9 1
 I'm going. How's your beer?
  • 33 1
 our beer rocks
  • 4 4
 Cheers to that. #girlsjustwanttohavefun ?
  • 14 10
 girl, you look real good on and off the bike, these prudish, near-gay fools that have a problem with how you make a movie are simply missing out on the good parts of life. CHEERS to you, and your rocking beer! go fast and take chances, let these sourpuss grandmas cry themselves to sleep if they can't handle the world you live in.
  • 3 7
flag Florida-rider (Oct 1, 2014 at 15:36) (Below Threshold)
 Haha, you said jizz..
  • 3 6
 @howellcycle I know this is off topic, but you a*sholes need to stop posting all your ads all over the Michigan (and other states) craigslist pages. I live in the UP (8 hours from Howell) and see your ads all the time...
  • 3 5
 guys that say girl make me laugh.....
  • 15 2
 She's European... Totally different culture from conservative America when it comes to sexuality and gender roles. Apples and oranges, your point is moot and moral high ground unappreciated. Move along...
  • 5 0
 how about we all just be ourselves and not worry about politics eh
  • 1 0
 Well said!
  • 9 14
flag tjet (Oct 1, 2014 at 17:30) (Below Threshold)
 Briana's a 40 year old virgin...
  • 1 0
 Oh, I bet it will.
  • 7 1
 @tjet ohhhhhhhh you went there. What insult is next? Something that ends with "your mum"?
  • 6 10
flag malathion (Oct 1, 2014 at 18:45) (Below Threshold)
 it's always the less-than-gifted-in-the-looks-department girls who throw up the "she's degrading women's respect (etc.)" card whenever a hot girl allows herself to be presented as the hot-in-fact girl she is, and it's out of jealousy and envy, in other words bitchiness. if you're a girl and have a problem with her then cry yourself a river, embrace your ugliness and stop whining.
  • 6 0
 I learn so much from these heated debates on PB. Thanks brain
  • 10 2
 So, put yourself out there as a sex toy.... but nobody dare treat her like one. FUCK ALL YOUR POLITICALLY CORRECT BULLSHIT. FUCK.ALL.OF.IT!
  • 7 1
 @Brianasaurus Here you go!!!!

Quit your bitching....The key to entertainment is being seen. I mean for real man, she's a model and a mountain biker.

I just hope she's 420 friendly and single
  • 14 5
 This will potentially stir some crap but I 100% agree with you.

Linda... Your riding can entertain on its own, I don't understand why you felt a need to strip off to "entertain" these monkeys? (No offence boys)
A bit of Self respect goes a hell of a long way these days.

Props on your riding btw. Smile
  • 2 3
 Hyper conservative douchebags who can't or won't do what others can are always so easily threatened.
  • 3 2
 Hey Fionn... respect for your racing career and all, but before self-respect comes respect for others that aren't you(Linda). You can't define what her own self-respect is(do I need to define "self")? You telling her what she shouldn't have to do is your stance and claiming it as right is elitist. She has her stance, you have yours'. The difference is she isn't telling you what you should or shouldn't do.
  • 2 0
  • 9 9

but linda is telling girls how to behave, how to act, and how to use her sexuality to sell her participation in action sports.

she doesn't even know it, or does and could care less, put she is 'telling' a lot of young girls how to act and behave in the way she portrays herself.

fionn knows whats up.

linda could have avoided the whole controversy by just showing her riding instead of going the 'eastern euro soft core white trash' route.

let the riding say all that is needed to be said.
  • 5 2
 NO, she's NOT telling anybody anything. She's expressing herself the way she wants to. It's not for you. It's for her! The only controversy there is what you conservatives create for yourselves. She loves it,we love it. If you don't love it........don't watch it.
  • 16 8
 At the end of the day, this isn't about her being sexy, nor is it about her being a capable rider -- this is about getting attention, and she got it. At 20, I remember looking for the wrong kinds of attention, too... It didn't pan out well, and it certainly wasn't about me being confident or secure in myself as a person. It meant I was a dumb f*cking kid who was too insecure to go out and be myself, so I sacrificed pretty important parts of myself for attention.

This video isn't about Linda being confident in her riding ability or even in her physical appearance; this video was posted to help a 20-year-old female convince herself that she's good enough through the validation of a bunch of creeps on Pinkbike.

Linda, let me tell you this: you are good enough. You are smart enough. You have some amazing riding talent that you should definitely work your ass off to develop and pursue as a career. You can model, too. You're beautiful, and I'm sure you're probably a really nice girl.

But let me tell you this: you don't need this shit to prove how awesome you are. I know it feels like you do, but your riding would have stood on its own as there's very little video of chicks really shredding on Pinkbike. You're talented, but you definitely need to kick the sexual stuff -- it just undermines your riding and devalues you as a female athlete. What you need to ask yourself is this: do you want to be valued for your looks now? Or do you want to be valued as a rider for always? Looks fade, boobs sag and sexuality dims. But talent? Legendary, work-your-face off talent? That creates stories that will live much longer than sexual allure. You've got this, girl. Let's see some more riding.
  • 4 10
flag bikebike69 (Oct 2, 2014 at 15:14) (Below Threshold)
 Why do you uptight women keep thinking this about YOU????
Again why do you think her life will mirror yours just cause you're unhappy with yours?!?
Why do you think she needs/wants or even cares what you think?? Again this isn't about YOU!!!!!
God PB has some unhappy "women" on here. Get on fixing your own insecurities and stop trying to knock somebody down that's CLEARLY happy and having a great time.
  • 8 5
 It's not about me -- it's about the sport we share with Linda, and I offered some unsolicited advice based on the negative decisions I made at 20. It's definitely not about me, but it goes further than Linda -- her example is leading the way for how young girls will perceive 'success'.

Maybe you missed the positive tone of my comment or maybe you're just a dick, but how about you step back and honestly read my comment again? Someone who isn't actively seeking attention doesn't put out a video like this, hands down.
  • 5 4
 Also: I'm perfectly happy these days, but only because I stopped looking to others to tell me I was good enough. I started BEING good enough for myself partly because of riding and because of racing, and there's nothing I want more for any other woman than to be happy with herself because of what she can do and who she is. NOTHING. That's the best feeling in the world. Smile
  • 4 12
flag bikebike69 (Oct 2, 2014 at 15:28) (Below Threshold)
 ...AAAANNNDDDD...still about you!
Who cares if she's seeking attention???? It's for her!!!
And maybe you're just still an insecure bitch......since you're throwing out juvenile names now.
  • 5 5
 It's actually not. But sure, you can go ahead and pretend. Wink
  • 11 2
 The video says one thing... It's very simple. "I'm not just a pretty face. I love DH and can ride a bike..." It's that simple. Thats why she shows the all the cutesieness (sp?) at the beginning, then transitions to the riding. she shows there's more to her than just what people see with a FIRST IMPRESSION. You want her riding to do the talking? That exactly what she does. Are you able to look beyond skin deep? Doesn't sound like it if you're still arguing about this. This video is a test and many of you have failed...

Seriously simple minded people here...
  • 3 8
flag gclarida (Oct 3, 2014 at 6:35) (Below Threshold)
 Persoanlly, I dont care about your tits or your average riding. Cool editing though.
  • 23 3
 Personally, I don't care about your hates. I don't even know where all you people see boobs.
  • 10 1
 We are mostly amish and gay here on Pinkbike, Linda. No one complains about topless sweaty tatooed Rampage guys.... A little bit of exposed female shoulder skin is a big no no around here.
  • 4 1
 Wow, I'm really surprised. Many people around here got awesome bullshitting skills. all i can see in the video is a beutiful woman shredding while jager sings.
  • 107 4
 We, as athletes and representatives of the sport of mountain biking should be open to all to ride and embrace the content of others who enjoy the sport. Yes there was some implied actions at the start of the film and I am sure that was intentional as more women think they need to use sex to gain traction in any sport (see pro surfer Anastasia Ashley's warm up videos) but like Anastasia (who purposefully dances as her warm ups), women are taking back their right to be themselves and be women.

HOWEVER.. this does not give men the right to be creeps about it and publicly post harassment. I am 100% in favor of having more women in our sport and am working hard to destroy the old marketing campaigns we did in the 90's and early 2000's that opened the door to lechery in order to create a more friendly sport that is also more open to women. That said I am sure Linda was just having fun in the beginning and I believe it was more of a juxtaposition of two worlds.. One of what the general public of men think of attractive women and another view from the woman herself (Linda's riding).

With companies like Juliana, Liv and Sombrio helping make large strides in that direction too, I think it is far time for all the men (and boys) of this sport to welcome more women riders and keep your harassing thoughts and rhetoric to yourself. The sport needs more women in it, let's welcome them all and not post comments about them as objects. It only shows to the world that our sport is nothing more than jerks.

MTB as a whole is better than that guys!

(my 2 cents)
  • 17 21
flag taletotell (Oct 1, 2014 at 14:11) (Below Threshold)
 So maybe I am ahead of my time, but riding like that needs no naked intro.
  • 25 1
 well said! now get this girl a marzocchi she can really shred! HA!
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  • 34 2
 haha! Thank you Marzocchi-USA ! Smile
  • 5 1
 @Marzocchi-USA I think @ericbs was making an ironic comment about some of your past advertising... Razz But what better way to make a statement about that than hooking up a good rider with some gear, eh?
  • 12 0
 @groghunter, maybe he was. I will make some recommendations to my EU counterpart. being that I am in N. America I can't offer support to anyone outside that but I can let the right people know for sure. Smile
  • 5 1
 nope! I just love marzocchi products....and the people behind their products. well spoken comment on this video...and their forks just rip! linda rips too!
  • 4 1
 90s marzocchi ads. yup. from moto to mtb was definitely full frontal excess
  • 12 1
 LOL, yup. I'm still trying to forget having to Photoshop the Jenna poster for 2 days. some things can not be unseen.
  • 5 0
 It was the 90s and I don't regret anything from that era. Hehe
  • 3 1
 Nicely put. As an older cove, I can take or leave the whole lollipop thing, but her riding speaks for itself.
  • 6 2
 Woman should be allowed to be women and men be men. Women are feminine and beautiful and should be free to express that. If they are athletic as well, then fantastic. One does not detract from the other, it's additive. I've seen many marketing shots of professional male athletes posing like they are so tough they just ass kicked a gang of ninjas. That is male sexuality folks, and no one bats an eye. I admire Linda for expressing herself and sharing her skill and personality. If anyone here thinks her video is any different from the male riders looking tough and doing dangerous things, then you are setting a double standard.
  • 5 2
 I think either way is objectifying. Making anyone into a sex toy is wrong, regardless of gender. Our society tries to teach people to do it to themselves. Beyonce comes to mind. I work with troubled kids who suffer because of it everyday, and I hope to protect people from it where I can.
  • 5 0
 Who took away their right to be women? You lost me on that! Question is - if she was 300 lbs and had acne - would anyone care about this video? Attention single ladies - if you want to land a man, take up mountain biking. You will be pursued in a way you could only dream of! If you can tolerate your man incessantly buying bike parts, you could be very happy.
  • 5 2
 A friend of mine back east is awesome. She rides hard, is a great person and a leader in the local cycling community. She also is chubby. She eats well and rides constantly, and her body type is such that she does not lose weight beyond a certain point unless she takes it beyond the point of healthy. She is my wife's inspiration when it comes to being awesome, mind, body, and soul. If she posted this video no one would mention her femininity. Not because she is not awesome, but because people care about the wrong things and try to hide it behind the right things.
  • 2 0
 dang, we just took those marzocchi posters down from the bike shop bathroom. some things die HARD
  • 15 2
 A thing that really pisses me off recently is downgrading things like this intro to lowest sexual connotations, sometimes it gets to the edge of discrimination. She just made a sexy intro for fks sake, it has to make her happy to do it, why do so many people behave as if she did a peep show, and on the other side, that some undefined group of men immediately gets a wank reflex after looking at it. Such attitude is as immature as comments above, the difference is, that those shitty comments are made by teenagers, which is more than understandable, while that prudent shit talk on values, selling body and other crap comes from adults who should know better. I am just waiting for someone to hit her with the bible or something like that. This was a personal video for the love of god, not some paid hostessas used by Wanker Energy to promote their shtty soda, where even there I find it hard to blame those girls for anything. Marzocchi stuff was really low yea, girl on DJ III fork or 888 in 2007-2009 was a cry of desperation for bushing intolerances, but I bet a million it was inspired by MotoGP and "workshop posters". Yes my testosterone level is sky rocketing hahahaha
  • 3 1
 i bet she has a better and more mature attitude in not only wanting to do the vid but probably anticipated reactions from the pb gallery. we're all kids on bikes and as kids do, get a little belligerent, rowdy an yes, wacky ....but harmless and not mean spirited. nbd
  • 4 0

Speaking for myself, part of my frustration with this stuff is knowing exactly what I'm going to see: a bunch of idiots that make comments that border on assault. I was actually surprised at the level of restraint here compared with other places. I get tired of feeling like I have to be ashamed of my gender group because of how freaking creepy & psychopathic some members are when women are on the interwebs.

There's also the fact that there's been some women who've been getting attacked in pretty horrible ways lately: a woman who's done some critiques of gender roles in video games has been getting both death & rape threats. Heck, a guy in england just got sent to prison for a few months because he threatened a politician over twitter, say that he we was going to rape her the next day. Seriously, WTF? Because she has different politics than you?

Anyway, those cases have put this stuff at the forefront of my mind, i guess. It's getting old feeling like I have to apologize for a bunch of degenerates.
  • 6 1
 I work with troubled teens professionally. I get to see first hand the damage done by continual harmless little videos. A young girl sees this and sees how much people like the rider, not for her riding, but because she is sexy, and values herself based on whether she can do the same. It leads to a lot of unhealthy self images and behaviors. Many teenage girls truly value themselves entirely based on sex appeal. It leads to eating disorders and self harm. She shouldn't be ashamed to be beautiful, but she shouldn't show it off either. That is my argument. It is not religious. It is only moralistic based on experience with the harm I have seen and worked with first hand.
  • 3 7
flag bikebike69 (Oct 2, 2014 at 9:38) (Below Threshold)
 God PB sure is full of hyper conservative pansies!
  • 4 1

I agree, David. There should be no shame in being a women who rides a bike and I am certainly not going to go out of my way to convince others that I am not trying to use my gender as a ticket to stardom just because others make that assumption. We are all entitled to express ourselves however we want. What saddens me more than people like Linda who decide to proudly showcase their personalilty is the people (mostly other women) who try to drag her down, judge her, and offer mislead and self-centered advice. It's such a shame and so counter-productive. Rock on @lindapaluc! You are a phenomenal rider and your confidence is inspiring!

That being said, boys will be boys and keyboards are safe. There is a pretty easy solution.. Delete the unacceptable comments.
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 @taletotell - sure, but I just refuse to throw it at the girl. As long as we blame only the trigger for desire, instead of understanding what happens inside of us and dealing with it, we are going nowhere. One has to be able to face the dragon, dig the skeleton out of the closet and take a deeper look at HIMself. Whenever I hear some sht about porn I always hear of "turning a woman into an object", but very few say that it is the viewer that ultimately does it. We always put it down by saying: it's for perverts, wankers. Unless a man realizes that he does himself harm by doing certain sexually angled processing of "woman" content in his head, nothing is going to change here. Therefore I am not going to point ANY finger at any content like that because I can see sht in my head first. There is so much pressure these days to make joint actions to save God knows who and what, Gay people, Environment, say no to racism - awesome! But it is obvious that it ain't gonna work without own mental development because what we do is we are trying to put the responsibility on the state and education to root out hate. There has to be a WILL for development at a personal level, otherwise we are going to fall victims for fabs - maybe Burka will become cool one day? It does not take much for those who know how to adress complexes in our subcionsious, it happens in marketing all the time. Any value can be exploited just as feminism was in it's beginnings. Only willingness to develop to see through that crap can help.
  • 2 0
 What I meant was: do not get over exicted about "innocent" stuff like that because A-this is a symptom of all we humans do and who we are, and B - with oeverexcited mob there is a very short way from "that is not ok" to "that should be forbidden!", and no regulation, no system can withstand the uniqeness of a human being, therefore sooner or later, it harms it. Hahah and C - talking too much about anything can pump it to a serious stuff, so I quit it here, because: she just did a freaking vid, short mountain biking video, as simple as that. As you see, taking no action may be a good solution to world's problems, even though the direction our civilization put on an individual cannot cope with that concept. No more preemptive strikes and saving people from themselves until anything happens ok?
  • 1 0
 True Waki, it is in us and forbidding it generally would treat something that has a considerable spectrum as black and white. As some people have mentioned, the beginning makes a point that I missed because I was too busy being disgusted with myself and foistig that on her. I see a bit better that whether or not she meant to (and I think she did though I should have asked her) she makes point of "they see me as this: sexy object, but this makes me happy: awesome biker.
If that is her message then I do support this video. I just missed that message early on, and as is often the case with art, if you prohibit it from making you uncomfortable (censorship) you also prevent it from making you think.
Saddly though, it is easy to look at this video and not think. As you say, the responsibility is on us to think and not just react, whether it be horniness or outrage, either objectifies her.
  • 74 6
 She's got riding skills and wants to be sexy. I dont see a problem with that. Don't be slut-shamers folks.
  • 28 25
 so your saying if I post a video that starts with the camera focused on a bulge in my pants for the first minute, proceeding me riding that it makes sense to you? how is it not any different, why the double standard.... riding bikes and showing some skin have no relation to one another....
  • 4 8
flag ryanroberts (Oct 1, 2014 at 13:14) (Below Threshold)
 Oh come now...
  • 20 13
 @BoneDog - You're (probably) ugly and she's (definitly) beautiful, Get on with it.
  • 17 24
flag BoneDog (Oct 1, 2014 at 13:40) (Below Threshold)
 Or maybe I'm just part of the movement for gender equality, and your just an non-civilized average Joe sadly.
  • 7 1
 I'm not projecting a double standard. If you want to make a video like that you can and shouldn't be ridiculed for it. Some people might apply a double standard to it but thats bigotry, and I ain't down with that.
  • 5 1
 Should and shouldn't be ridiculed for? There's no bigotry in pointing out the obvious sexual overtones, where are in no way related to mountain biking.
  • 8 0
 The reason you dont start a video with a shot of the bulge in your pants and post it on pinkbike is because 90% of the viewers are male. If you were to make a video where 90% of the viewers were female, it would not be at all unusual to do some random sexy poses at the beginning. As an example I cite, erm, any video ever made by a male pop singer.
  • 8 7
 "gender equality movement" dumb, super dumb. let men be men & women be women. celebrate the differences in all of us but please dont expect equality. what would Darwin say?

awesome vid linda.
  • 5 0
 @ deadtime etc: I think you're missing the point about gender equality. Gender equality refers to the view that equal rights, opportunities, protection etc for both women and men exist. The reason people get annoyed or are offended by this video is because it encourages idiot men to perv over women and thus encourages inequality. It's a cool video and Linda is of course free to choose what she does with her own body - no one can argue against that (unless they are mean and against gender equality!)

@ people who find this offensive: There is NO point arguing why you dislike it here!
  • 51 1
 I think the video was more meant for the girls then the guys :/ it evens says in the article. She wants more girls to ride. You can still be beautyful and like girls stuff and enjoy downhill biking. The world is yours.
  • 62 1
 You are the only one that got the point I guess.. That was actually the point...
  • 10 1
 Linda, you keep these vids coming as long as their made the way you want.
I seem to remember on the last video people picking fault with your riding, this video shows just how good you are on a bike so you just keep doing what you love Smile
  • 8 4
 that's what I'm talking about! more ladies on trails! #cyclofemme (yes I hashbrowned on pinkbike)
  • 1 0
 Wicked video Linda. You have mad skills Smile I hope it does encourage women to ride! I think the only risk with a video like this is that it might encourage men to be a bit pervy on the hill, towards other women who are not looking for any such attention. Hopefully men who act like that will get put in place by the victims or decent people around!
  • 2 1
 I'm sure most blokes wouldnt have the balls to even talk to a woman who looks like that and rides. They'd turn into jibbering wrecks Wink
  • 1 0
 That is a very good point. Fortunately most mountain bikers are sound!!
  • 2 1
 Thats why its the best sport in the world. In morzine you see groups of girls riding dh with no blokes and no one seems to bother them.
  • 36 7
 Great to see women, children, anyone on bikes and looking like they are having a good time. A bit sad the video led with the the base sexuality and not riding. Compare and contrast with another rad video of a female riding: ...and guys...for realsies? The comments read a bit like something from the transcripts of a sexual harassment lawsuit.
  • 2 0
 couldn't agree more
  • 27 2
 Keyboard warriors all over the place. She's better than me, the riding looked like a blast and it wasn't some iPhone video with techno music. Go home children.
  • 12 0
 thanks!!!! Smile
  • 1 0
 badass vid friend! convinced my sister about getting a mtb! just picked up a juliana furtado this afternoon after watching ur vid! way to go! and i wish you nothing but the best!
  • 18 3
 To all who see this as a negative reflection of women's values.. Get over yourself. Biking is biking, regardless of wether the rider is male, female or something else entirely. Let the riding speak for itself, which judging by Linda's video, is better than the majority of bikers on this site. Anything aside from riding in these videos is meant to be a hook, wether that's a bunch of random shots of trees and bushs or an intro clip of a women who's proud of her appearance and not afraid to show it. My girlfriend (rider/model) actually showed me this video, stating how cool it was to see another girl out there slaying trails. She wasn't thrown off by the intro, which to her was just a great way of catching people's attention. Yes 99% of the guys watching this see that as sexual appeal, but only an uneducated mongrel would take that at face value. It's meant to capture your attention, just like bright colors and loud noises. Using this intro was her personal way of expressing herself, she wasn't forced into it.
  • 4 1
 word up!
  • 13 0
 Being a chick...that was awesome and a fun video....she is a confident and outgoing...good for can think what you want...I guess everyone is entitled to their own opinion..but don't be such a stick in the mud...boooooo...
  • 18 2
 The world could use more women on bikes. Good on ya, Linda! Shred on!
  • 17 5
 I was excited to have a "girls mountain biking" video to show my 5 year old daughter. I'll need to start the video about a minute in so she doesn't think she needs to be sexy in order to get positive attention.

Nice riding and video otherwise.
  • 11 2
 "...... so she doesn't think she needs to be sexy in order to get positive attention".

Agreed Layman, 100%. I am struggling so hard with my 10 year old daughter to try and find her positive images of women (especially in mainstream Japanese society/media) that do not require one to conform to the current view presented in the same of "what a woman is" as a pre-requisite for any kind of success.

However, and this point is a general one made for the benefit of all readers, it is not a direct response to you Layman, so please do not take it as such, do not for a moment think it is only girls under that pressure; we are all, regardless of gender, subject to it.
Subsitute "rad" for "sexy" above and nothing changes except the gender of the person being told how to act. I find the image portrayed of male mountain bikers in the media, especially on places such as PB, is that if you are a skinny, lycra-clad XC rider, you are somehow inferior to anyone under the influence of Sean Palmer, Troy Lee or anyone who has spent many an hour getting inked, ripped, who whoops alot and throws three's off everything and anything. The atmosphere here on PB requires one to have a thick skin in the face of the crowd. Unfortunate, but a reality.

It can get frustrating sometimes yet, I live in the hope that there are enough of us around in the world who can, though how we act towards and treat the people around us, show young people that you can, if you believe it, succeed, even if you do not conform to how society wants you to look and act. Go on kids! Go do it. Here are some heroes for you:
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flag hoodride (Oct 1, 2014 at 18:33) (Below Threshold)
 Why would you want your 5 and 10 year old doing downhill mtb in the first place shouldnt they be watching barney or sesamie street .this is a adrenaline sport
  • 4 9
flag Bruccio (Oct 1, 2014 at 18:35) (Below Threshold)
 then show your 10yo other videos. is that simple bro, isn't it?

there are videos for all the ages, it's your duty as a father to watch over what kind of informations your child come across, and i'm sure you're doing a great job, given the concern you express in your post. that said, it's true this sport is 80%, maybe 85% male territory, and it would be nice to have more girls on the trails. but still, if your girl's gonna love (and hopefully practice) this sport as much as we do, she'll do it independently from the number of female riders video she'll watch (imho). She'll see some dude (or dudess) taking of a jump in ultra slow mo and she'll think "that's the awesomest thing in the universe". After all, when on the trail, the only thing that matter is how committed you are, not what's between your legs Wink
  • 2 8
flag ericbs (Oct 1, 2014 at 19:43) (Below Threshold)
 let's just listen to orientdave and his two page story ..hypocrite
  • 4 1
 Hi Bruccio, Agreed. It is that simple, and as you say, that is all part of being a parent, hopefully a parent that encourages his daughter to try out lots of stuff and believe she can do whatever she wants without falling prey to peer pressure.

It is really difficult at times, and frustrating, to see children being so confused, and I think that is a good word to describe what I see in my own 10 year old daughter, confused, as to what she herself should be doing or how she should be acting. There is, to me at least, signs of conflict within her about what is 'good' to do, how is 'good' to act. Often this conflict seems heavily influenced by the media. It is what it is right and we do our best to help her find meaning in it.

Could you explain? As far as I understand it, a hypocrite is someone who espouses one course of action in others, yet follows a different course of action themselves. Could you explain to me how my comments on your contribution here are as such?
  • 5 0
 orientdave, I think it's clear he has totally missed your point! And I'm in total agreement with you; gender equality is clearly a male issue, too.
  • 4 0
 Bring the little squirrel riding with you. i was at beerfelden three weeks ago (a bikepark in germany) and there was this dad with a girl (max 7yo) and a boy (maybe 8/9): i can tell you, this two little pirates were hitting all the features of the black wall and green bomb tracks. of course they were avoiding big drops and jumps but hell, what an awesome childhood!
  • 16 4
 I don't understand why so many women feel that it is necessary to bring up their sexuality in circumstances that are inherently non-sexual (ie. mountain biking). For example, 99% of videos of males riding mountain bikes don't have any sexual themes, but a much larger percent of women's' videos do. In many of these cases, it's the WOMEN who are casting themselves in a sexual light. This does a great disservice to those women who want to be taken seriously for their ABILITY and not have their gender be brought up at all. I know that when I ride my bike, I want to be considered a mountain biker, not a "female mountain biking", or a "girl rider"

Don't get me wrong, I believe in female empowerment and body positivity and all that shit. I also recognize that their are differences in gender, and that their are certain environments where it is ok to embrace sexuality. When I go out to the bars, you bet your ass I'm going to put on a short skirt and heels..because the goal their is of a sexual nature. But when mountain biking, the last thing I want is attention being drawn to the fact that I am a female.

I think if women want to level the playing field and be appreciated for their true ability, then they need to stop sexualizing themselves in environments where sex isn't involved.
  • 4 1
 Also please excuse the misuse of "their" when it should say "there". Among other typos. I'm running on no sleep and a few too many beers..
  • 2 1
 Thank you.
  • 6 2
 It's not about bringing it up, it's about not being expected to leave it out. Some gals are less feminine than others, but if a girl paints her nails and wears a shirt that is actually fitted for a woman to hit the trails, it's assumed that she's using her sexuality to make gains. Why? So we are to supress our own personality in order to avoid the assumptions of others? If this is really about getting more women into mountain biking, then how about we stop judging and being so selective about who we "let in"? She made a video with hopes of letting other girls know that you can ride no matter how little testosterone you have. Her intentions were good and her riding is excellent. What is the problem here?
  • 5 2
 No, it's fine to be cute and girly and all of the things that make us girls. What it's not okay is to openly exploit sexuality for attention, which is what the naked lollipop intro is doing. Her riding and cute personality should be enough (and it is) to get attention; why overtly sexualize it? Why go there? Why set a precedent for other, younger girls who may watch this, read te comments and think they need to do the same thing? Not everyone gives a shit about how a woman looks, and it really shouldn't matter... Her riding should be able to speak for itself. If she feels like it doesn't, it doesn't make it appropriate to sexualize a sport.

Let's be honest -- this is also not a video of her painting her toenails or putting on mascara. This is a video of her prancing around (what can be perceived as) topless and licking a lollipop.
  • 14 5
 I'm a woman and when I saw the post headline I was sooooooo stoked to see a female ride I immediately clicked on it and hit play. The minute I saw her licking that lollipop candy I exited the video and then came back and skipped the beginning.. I'm totally cool with boobies, trust me I am. My problem is that I actually wanted to see her riding skills and maybe a short interview but nope.... I get to see this women licking a lollipop then riding a bike.. how are the two even relevant? Totally disappointing....
  • 8 1
 I wish she would have done a cute intro or even an interview so we could get to know her as a person, not a sexual object licking lollipops.
  • 11 0
 My racks not that big but I'm told my roosts make up for it.
  • 8 0
 1st off, great riding Linda! Good edit, music selection, angles, and use of slo-mo at the right moments without over using it. Really liked the sun silhouetted ending and Semmering looks so fun.
As for the intro that is getting so much attention, I like your smile, the glasses, and your form, but think the lollipop was cheesy. That being said I find the smooch through the helmet and the idea of a girl that could shuttle and ride the park with me all day much more sexy.
*There is way too much OVERREACTION going on in here! Why is sexuality looked down on? I see no foul play. Be who you want to be. True, there are numbskulls that are going to make vulgar comments but that is going to happen no matter what and I doubt Linda would have filmed that intro if not prepared for public review. The population is so varied in opinions and some without common sense to compliment respectfully. As for it impacting the sport, I don't think this video would influence a new girl rider to not pick up her bike and go ride. Does the fact that we saw her bare shoulders degrade the skill level at which she is riding?? I think not! Would the same argument be made for a really tight pair of lycra shorts on a guy?? I doubt it has ever been argued that tight lycra shorts are inappropriate and pose a bad image for the ethics of cycling. As for the parents worried about their kids seeing this type of media, have you watched or listened to television and current music lately? Kids will grow up and find their way, and nothing is hidden nowadays. Plus, it was just her shoulders! You can see that in public, at the beach, etc. I've seen yoga pants at the grocery store that were more offensive.
Enough with my tangent, I'll get off my soapbox now. Smile
Linda, keep up the great riding, don't let the negativity impact you, and keep being yourself because no matter what this sport needs more women at every park, trail, or event!
  • 8 0
 I know I'm a little late, but does no one remember the video with the guy riding naked down a run in France I believe? He was hoping to get 100,000 views or something like that. How is that any different? Get over it, girls wear shirts that show more than she did.
  • 11 3
 How to make the front page of pinkbike as a man:

1- Be amazing at riding,
2- Have a great filming team,
3- Know the right people,

How to make the front page of pinkbike as a woman:

1- Be attractive,
2- Don't be unattractive.
  • 6 1
 Thank you. It's fucking ridiculous.
  • 8 1
 The creepy comments are a regular feature on Pinkbike, and something that occasionally amaze me. How some boys on here talk about women is, to me, bizarre. That ain't the fault of the rider in this vid though. Some people are being a bit harsh on her IMO
  • 13 3
 *door opens* mom it's not what it looks like
  • 2 1
 I'm in the math tutoring center distracted for a moment... Its not what it looks like
  • 3 0
 Or: wife.
  • 13 3
 Fair play, I reckon she rides better than I do Wink
  • 8 1
 Riding bikes and making videos is all about fun ,that's why I ride.if you assclowns can't apretiate someone having fun then why looked like she was having fun to me.mission accomplished
  • 7 0
 Love it. Little cheeky & sexy and good mountain biking going on. Not only a great rider but a beautiful girl embracing it. Nothing wrong with that!!!

Haters gonna hate. Go Linda!
  • 6 0
 would everyone talking about objectification just shut up? She rode well, made a sweet vid, and happens to know she is attractive. I dont see the problem. If you are a chic and feel objectified against because of this video, the simple solution is to just let it lie and move on with your life. For all the dudes who are writing that they disliked the objectification, congratulations on your progressiveness, but let me just commend you on struggling through the first 30 seconds to get to the riding. Stop typing and go ride, because there is no point to this but to make a great rider feel shitty about something she probably worked hard on.

Linda: great video and great riding!
  • 1 1
 yes! thank you
  • 7 1
 So, Hailey Elise's video where she just gets on with riding a bike in a nice fluid style (here got about 2,500 views.

Linda's first one (which is really cool, attractive girl rides bike looking attractive, ample proof that the two can go hand-in-hand) got about 33,000 views.

This one gets over 100,000 views.

The conclusion: Sex sells.

Which is what all advertising and PR people have known for decades.

I don't think it was necessary to try and make a statement that you can be beautiful AND ride a bike by having a sexy intro (though I thought it was quite playful and tasteful FWIW), cos I thought that was pretty well stated in the Part 1 video. So I'm not sure what the purpose of this one was, other than to boost viewings, which is kinda what sponsors want their sponsored riders to do..

I think we'll always be caught in some kind of Catch-22 with this. If sex sells, then people will continue to use it to boost ratings/viewings/sales.. and sex sells because viewers will continue to watch. You could liken it to the problem of being vegetarian because you disagree with killing animals for food. For as long as the majority of people continue to eat meat, animals will be killed and eaten for food. For as long as the majority of people continue to positively react to advertising which used sex in some way (i.e by buying into the brand advertised, or by keeping on increasing ratings/viewings), there will be adverts using sex to sell.
  • 9 0
 Please someone make a juxtaposed male version of this.
  • 12 3
 Nothing like American sexual repression...
  • 2 3
 +1 Nailed!
  • 7 2
 Maybe the director needs to put up a story board or plot line as to WHY they may have opened with sexually appealing scenes... If you close minded, conservative morons can't look beyond the obvious and think a little deeper about the flick then I suggest you take a few film appreciation classes or spend more time at foreign film festivals... It shouldn't have to spelled out for you...

Great video @lindapaluc! Keep it up!
  • 9 2
 Dudes complaining about a cute chick with similar interests being sexy. You all must ride Vespa scooters.
  • 8 0
 *makes popcorn for comment section
  • 3 2
 Ha, ha! I only came for the comments. Haven't watched the video.
  • 5 1
 Nicely done on hitting those drops! ...But fucking spare me the lollipop-cocking-licking innuendo and the implied toplessness. The lowest common denominator is not worth playing down to. Yes, sex sells but it's been whored around to the point where anything its supposed to sell ends up leaving as bad of a taste in my mouth as stale air and cheap drinks. She's hot just by riding her bike with hair flowing out the back. And leave it at that.
  • 4 0
 If you read the comments before watching this video you would think there was going to be some serious nudity at the start. Instead, it's just a bit of fun and I found it quite funny. In fact, I can't wait for my 11yr old daughter to get home from school so she can watch it, as this might convince her to go out riding with me and her little brother more often. Thanks Linda, you rock!
  • 2 0
 I agree, There is no sex nor reference to it in this video!
I am shocked @ some users' comments. Lost of sexism or narrow-mindedness?
One can clearly see cultural differences from by reading those comments, it would make a part of good study btw.
Linda you rock keep up a good work!
  • 7 3
 This video just screams "Hey, look how delightfully juxtapose my femininity and sexuality is with my ability to (sorta) ride mountain bikes! Can't wait to see how many comments I get on Pinkbike about guys wanting to marry me!"

If you consider yourself a good rider, cut the sexual shit out and take yourself seriously. You don't see men riders sexifying themselves.

I'm all for sex and appealing to the opposite gender, but good god, why are appearances so relevant in every part of female existence?
  • 3 0
 I partially agree, but if she were REALLY trying to juxtapose femininity and riding, she could have easily shown herself getting a manicure or waxing her eyebrows, or even half dressed up in girly clothes/half dressed in DH gear. There are many different avenues of presenting a female character outside of nude prancing and lollipop licking.
  • 4 0
 Nice riding and loved the drops! Not sure why your video has caused such a flurry of feminism but my guess is because of the flurry of male-ism. One always seems to follow the other. Anyways, ride on girl and keep making those videos however you like. I am willing to support my fellow (haha) female riders who have the guts to make and post a biking video, sexy or otherwise.
  • 6 0
 Hahahaha! This is my local nearest bikepark. Smile Good way to advertised it.
  • 3 0
 Great video and great rider! Hats off to posting it in front of thousands. I thought it was tasteful and not abusive to women at all. Keep it up Linda and don't let the negative posts get to you. Be an ispiration to other women (and men)!
  • 4 0
 Gotta love how people go on about boobs you don't even see, not even close. The video is fun to watch, her riding is top notch and why not making a bit of marketing for yourself.
  • 2 0
 People who can't DO always hate on ones that CAN. Linda rocks Smile
  • 4 1
 The video is great, but personally I think the intro is very unecassery, and in my opinion it give others a wrong impression of girl riders. But on the other side, u weren't actually naked in the video so I guess it's not much of a biggie. However, your ridin' is awesome and it's great to see girls being that good! Such an inspiration Smile You go girl!
  • 5 2
 Just look at all the people complaining about the intro... Just so you know, I didn't actually see any boobs whatsoever, and it looks like she was having fun so why hate on it? Plus the riding was decent too. The intro was way better than about 6 angles of someone putting their goggles on and a bunch of nature shots like literally every other video seems to have. Besides, women who ride are to be cherished because they understand our need to spend all our money on more bikes and gear and they understand that riding is an important part of our lives because they do it too.
  • 6 0
 Hey Linda, I loved this video! You are awesome Smile
  • 6 0
 good job with this video and nice riding too, keep it up!
  • 2 0
 this was great! loved every aspect of the video. Linda I salut you, make more videos, ride more and most importantly have fun! don't listen to the haters that are out there. it's all about the good times and the number of days we got left to enjoy the world of ours. peace
  • 3 0
 She obviously just wants to show that good looking and feminine girls CAN shred some trails on a DH bike if they want and like to.
It's a simple message.

Good on you Linda. Keep it up! Beer
  • 2 0
 Just read through the comments, so many arseholes and we wonder why mountain biking is still a male dominated sport.

As for the sexuality comments, how many times did we see pictures of guys like Semenuk and Zink with their shirts off during rampage (and the rest of the season)? How many well cut guys like to walk around the bike park shirtless in the sun? They ain't doing that for the other guys now are they..?
  • 2 0
 ,ZAM2 - A JOURNEY OF ONE FREERIDER CONTINUES Not sure if anyone remembers this one from January but this guy gets naked in a stream then comes out of a bathroom with his junk out. No comments... but this girl may or may not be wearing a shirt and eats a lollipop and one of you morons mentions jerking off. WTF.
  • 2 0
 Girls are awesome + bikes are awesome = girls on bikes are awesome!! Way to go Linda, after reading the article It's great to see how many ladies are really tryin to push the gravity side of things to new levels. And videos like this will surely get more girls stoked to shred!! More people biking is good, period. Maybe more than 4 girls will regulary contend for WC podiums in years to come!
  • 8 3
 girls of planet earth, take notes
  • 8 4
 I think the white knights are getting worse than the trolls on this website.
  • 2 0
 Lmao! Get a fkn room everyone!!!
  • 4 2
 What's wrong with showing off your beauty and your talent? It was tastefully done IMO. To hell with what other people think! Keep shredding the trails and shedding the clothes:-) Only If you want to of course....
  • 2 1
 So my 2cents are: most of us pbike users are men. THEREFORE we tend to see the video with masculine point of view. The first 17 secs are the sexual teasing ones to catch our attention, and the rest is the thing we love second after sex. BUT, WHAT IF, the video is seen from the female point of view? i think that in that side of the river, things are quite different, maybe something like "ehi i'm cute, therefore i'm meant to be sexy and stuff, but you know what, fOOOOk it, let's take a ride, why not" . .you did it also in your first video (nice mercedes btw) In the middle of the two extremes, countless opinions more or less biased towards the two poles. it's a matter of interpretation i think. @lindapaluc if the two poles where the only ones, you would have got the best of two worlds (mars and venus, i would say). but we are not made with molds, so you can raise shaming coming from wannabe femminists (sorry girls, but you sound too often like bigots) or crap coming from creepy horny guys.

as per me, i like both DH and pretty girls, guess where i stand Wink
  • 3 0
 Yes! Cool riding spot, camera work was great too. I'm loving the classic rock soundtrack in the videos so far. Rock on sista!
  • 2 0
 Finally the name PINKbike was truly honored!!! I suggest pinkbike to NEVER upload a video with guys again!!! Just girls!!! Unless the guys are dropping off cliffs!!! Then it is ok!!! BUT GIRLS FIRST!!!
  • 1 0
 Yawn..... i was wondering how long the comment section would degenerate into a debate about women's rights and the perpetuating stereotypes etc. EVERY time a remotely pretty female rider posts a video that expresses any kind of sexuality SOMEONE starts the debate going. Hater's gonna hate, Linda, Mitja, just ignore them!
  • 3 1
 Then I'll ask you the same thing I've asked above -- if she were a dude, would this riding have earned her a spot on the front page?
  • 2 1
 Linda - great video keep it up, at least you made a video how you wanted and not what the haters wanted.

The haters are gonna hate and the potatoes are gonna potate Wink

I thought the stripping was cool and then you was descent on a bike, I think the beginning part was about all the boys that just see a women and think fit fit fit and then she started riding and it was actually great rather then just fit fit fit and then being crap.

There is a lot more positive comments on the link then please keep the beginning bits in for all your videos.

Stay frosty (cool)
  • 1 0
 I'm sick of the local bike park being a post office (full of male packages) and we need more girls like this encouraging women into the sport. I think if girls see this they would be more inclined to give it a go. I say if Laura convinces even one more girl into off-road cycling then we all owe her a big thank you.

She's also really good at it! Better than me anyway!
  • 4 1
 Don't listen to all those repressed "males" Linda ... you rock ... our sport needs more girls like you .. keep on chargin' and have fun Wink
  • 7 3
 I couldn't do any better and I certainly wouldn't look any better.
  • 5 3
 i liked the gopro sticker on her helmet nice placeing shes a good rider give her props edit was well stitched togeather i liked it
  • 5 0
 Ride On!
  • 5 0
 Boss vid Linda
  • 4 1
 Cool Video! Get more comfortable with your weight on the front of the bike, you will get even faster!!
  • 3 0
 Thanks, sweet vid. Will show this to more of my girl mates and be like "get on a bike and ride, Linda is doing it!"
  • 3 2
 One time I was riding and I saw a girl. She was wearing nothing but yoga pants and a sports bra. It was cool. She was a better rider than most of the trolls that comment on these stupid vids.
  • 4 1
 that's because everyone was crashing distracted by the yoga pants.
  • 4 4
 I have to agree with the slut shaming comment. There is nothing pornographic about this. Viva la differance. Are we moving towards burqas in western culture? How many pictures of the guys at rampage did we see with shirts off? This is really legitimate riding! That said I don't think a true DH bike was needed, get on a trail bike and better utilize your sweet technique with more fun.
  • 4 0
 My girl can't stay out of the sand on the boardwalk at the beach *sighs*
  • 1 0
 My girl tracks up the sand on the boardwalk with some Maxxis treed patterns.
  • 2 0
 I approve of this video! Well filmed, decent music and nice riding! Come on over next summer and film at our bikepark (Chatel in the Portes du Soleil).
  • 3 1
 Is this the same girl from the mtb boob girl video that came out months ago? Or is this a copy cat boob girl? I WISH I could look this good in a video.. Haha! Seriously.
  • 3 0
 Hmm... I retract my question. Not the original boob girl. Just want to drop my two cents that as a fellow girl, I don't feel strongly about the vid one way or another. The riding is okay, but she's having fun... That's all that matters. People need to chill out. Ok, that's all...
  • 2 0
 If I had a product she could wear or use, she would get full sponsorship. She's got great style, and she is gonna get views!.
  • 4 0
 Massive drops, great step-up, railing berms, big jumps. The girl can ride.
  • 2 2
 I watched the video. @lindapaluc props on the riding, props on being blessed with your more 'natural' talents. In response to the mental comments on here; This house is a f*cking prison! On Planet B*llshit! In the galaxy of This Sucks Camel Dicks!
  • 9 9
 Wow. I think you all have lost the point here.

There's a difference between being 'beautiful' and selling sex. Beauty is one thing -- to deny it would be criminal, and what would we have her do, wear a burqa? No.

However, what Linda has presented here isn't beauty. It's sex, and she's presented it for the sole purpose of gaining views and notoriety. Do you know what that's called, kids? It's called 'sexual objectification', ie, a human who presents their sexuality in a way that is exploitative and sales-pitchy to get what they want.

What does Linda want? Attention. And she's gotten it. Congrats, Linda. You're up there with Paris Hilton and Anna Kournikova; you've gotten attention, but you've also exploited our sport to get it.

The issue isn't Linda's sexuality, it's the fact that it's her commercialization and exploitation of her sexuality combined with a sport that doesn't CARE IF YOU'RE SEXY. You've sold your sex to an audience who will forget you as soon as the next set of tits comes along. Why? Because that's all you've reduced yourself to being -- a pretty, lollipop-kicking face atop a set of tits that rides a bike reasonably well. Congrats. I do mean that, because you've gotten what you came for: attention. However, you've cheapened every other female rider out there and you've fed into a lie by exploiting yourself like this. How? Because you don't have to be sexy to be great at biking, or to be a good person. You shouldn't have to be sexy to get attention for riding a bike, and you shouldn't have to get naked for your riding videos to get views. Your riding should be good enough to speak for itself, and your beautiful face should be enough to make you feel good about yourself WITHOUT having to present yourself as a sexual object.

Congrats on the success of your business plan -- I just hope it holds up for you when your body begins to sag or show signs of someone that truly pushes their physical limits.
  • 1 0
 OK, I think I get the point, but how do you feel about more celebrated sportswomen who pose provocatively (naked or otherwise) for glossy mags or adverts? Some examples I thought of are Lindsey Vonn and Victoria Pendleton. Are they cheapening their sports or reducing themselves to sex objects? Or do their considerable sporting achievements afford them some sort of license where it's ok to earn some extra cash, raise their media profile, or achieve some other goal, by taking their clothes off in front of a camera? It's a difficult subject to understand, and to me (a man) it isn't as black and white as you present it.

Obviously there are female mountain bikers who, based on merit, deserve much more coverage than this particular rider is getting. Something isn't right with the culture that some sponsors and media outlets are perpetuating, and with some of the attitude that young men are picking up from "other kinds of websites." To me it seems the problem is with sponsors/media not properly representing women athletes, rather than individuals who take advantage of the system we have.
  • 2 1
 I feel the same way about those women exploiting their sexuality as I feel about Linda doing it -- their abilities should be enough. Their personalities and their deeds and their accomplishments SHOULD be enough. Are they? Sometimes they're not. But Lindsey Vonn has created more momentum for women's ski racing than any other female to ever live. Is that enough for me to show up to watch her race or read an article or watch an interview? Abso-f*cking-lutely.

Ms. Vonn can and does often hang with the men -- she rocks men's skis, shreds the hill as hard as she can and has a physical presence that literally engages people the second she walks into the room, and she doesn't need to take off her clothes to do it. However, she has. And that's unfortunate.

But you do raise an excellent point -- IS is the responsibility of the media? Or of the athletes? Or the industry? Or the demand from the (male) public? Quite frankly, it's the responsibility of all of us. Athletes, industry, media and the male public -- hold us to a higher standard. Appreciate our beauty, but applaud our skills. Highlight our efforts, not our appearances. Sponsor and support women who are reaching beyond their appearances to raise the level of progression, create dialogue, build relationships and create a stronger future for mountain biking for EVERYONE.

Only then will mountain biking be truly equal.
  • 2 0
 How about the reverse? When male sports stars strip down?

I agree with your original post in principle, but in practice, beautiful men and women flaunt their sexuality for attention... If Christiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Rafael Nadal and Ryan Kesler (who don't need the attention) feel comfortable doing it, is it really fair to judge them so harshly?
  • 1 1
 Awesome question, which I don't have the answer to.. I have an opinion, but that's all it is.

When beautiful men inside of any sport, like mountain biking, strip down (ie, Gee's naked Cosmo feature), that's all it is -- a naked man. What does he gain? What does he lose? Did Gee lose respect as a rider for stripping down? Was his skill level questioned? Was he objectified as only as sex object, or out to exploit his physical attractiveness? No. Why? Because at the end of the day, it doesn't matter what Gee looks like. It doesn't matter what Steve Peat looks like, or Sam Hill. It doesn't matter because their value, as human beings, isn't tied to how they look... Because they're male.

I didn't create the double standard, nor do I support it. I'm an avid fan of discussing sexuality, social norms and am, in fact,not someone who's very conservative about anything along those lines. I am, however, a female athlete trying to keep my head above water in a world that would have me strip down, bend over and smile all while being a virgin. Is that crude? Yes. Is it the truth? Very much. Women are still bought and sold in this world as property. Look at women on the World Cup -- we've been assigned value not as what we're doing for ourselves and as our own genetic makeup dictates, but as to how we compare to the men.
  • 1 1

My sexuality doesn't belong in mountain biking because my sexuality doesn't influence my skills as a rider on a major basis. Part of who I am is linked to a sexual being, yes (everyone is unless they're Asexual, but don't get me started on the specifics of sexual psychology inside of personality formation), but it doesn't bear weight on my skills as an athlete. Should it? No. My skills are only comparative to those on similar competitive levels (for example, WC and national races, etc) and where I decide to take them and develop them. The way I look and my sexual choices outside of riding have ZERO to do with any of that.

That's the beauty of athletics -- they allow us to rise above our human limitations (appearance, thoughts, IQ) and perform truly superhuman feats of athletic performance. That's why the Olympics was created. I'm not saying that strip clubs are evil, I'm simply saying that mixing the Olympic Games and a strip club would combine two human arenas that I feel should be kept separate when it comes to professionals.

However, here's the thing: I don't have a problem with an athlete that is also a professional stripper on the side as a way to subsidize their finances. Quite honestly, I don't give a shit about whatever anyone else chooses to do. That's their call.

Inside of mountain biking, however, going to certain sexual extremes feels really perverted because then, the sport isn't about being the best at that sport or gaining attention for being good at that sport -- it's about who will go the farthest sexually.

So yes, at my core, I'm a purist -- keep MTB about bikes and sex about sex.
  • 2 0
 Thanks for the thoughtful reply...
  • 2 0
 Ooooooooowwwww! Steezy riding and pure fun! Lets see more of the girls tearing it up, because we know they're out there representing!
  • 3 0
 WOW! This girl is hot! and can ride a bit, perfect; That's all I can say lol.
  • 1 0
 I've seen some really spiteful comments on this page. Biking to me is all about inclusion and enjoying life and if you can't jive with that maybe it's to think about another sport. Great video keep up the shredding.
  • 5 1
 sweet baby jesus
  • 7 4
 Really good rider..shes got skills .
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 Riding the bike alone would have been cool. I don't seem to dig the whole sexual appeal starting as much as my masculine instincts want to naturally appreciate it. It's just kinda sad that you didn't have enough pride to pull it together using riding and showing your love for the sport. Your just adding to the problem and why women are looked at as sexual objects.
  • 27 33
flag Brianasaurus (Oct 1, 2014 at 12:40) (Below Threshold)
 Thank you!
  • 23 9
 She has awesome skills, but i don't want to explain why she's naked to my 4 year old girl who is just learning to shred, nor do I want my little girls to think that is cool. I don't need that. Keep shredding hard though!!!!!
  • 30 19
 I think it's funny that a 39 year old girl who has been on pinkbike for about 3 weeks has something negative to say about a 20 year old girl who posts a bad ass video. her riding obviously kicks ass, and it seems to look like she is having fun! I think brianasaursus's name and profile picture speaks for itself. is someone jealous? let's see your video...doubt you have any skills on a bike....
  • 25 10
 Ericbs: THANK YOU Smile
  • 24 31
flag Brianasaurus (Oct 1, 2014 at 13:40) (Below Threshold)
 You don't know anything about me. I am allowed to have an opinion about the intro to this video as well as the comments posted, just like you're allowed to have an opinion about my comments. I've not attempted to question why you're here ...only prefer that sex and mountain biking be separated. I am here because I love mountain biking.

Regardless, don't worry about it. I will not post anything further and will no longer be a part of this website. Your desire to paint me as a prude or some other nonsense is well heard and I will find another more positive place to exist.

As for me, I spent years fighting cancer, unable to ride. Now, just on the other side, I give thousands of dollars and countless hours to trail building, enduro and advocacy related to this sport. Am I jealous that I am not able to ride like her? Hells yea -- and I'd bet many of you are as well. She's a badass rider - just like I posted.
  • 11 3
 Don't quit the site over being called jealous by some commenter who minimized your opinion. That would be silly. You have your reasons for your views. State them or ignore the haters. That is the point of internet debate. Also, your personal struggle is wonderful info, but don't use it in fights. Your view is worth backing up without the cheap shot.
  • 8 7
 @taletotell - exactly! My little girls love watching riding and sports vids with me, but I always prescreen them to make sure there aren't gratuitous shots of monster girls or this kind of crap in it.
  • 5 3
 Ignore the ignorance, these haters are just stoked to mix Pornhub and Pinkbike
  • 11 4
 Brianasaurus. Please don't leave pinkbike. The internet is indeed full of nonsense, but if it helps at all I do tend to find that on pinkbike most of the really offensive nonsense gets neg-propped into obscurity. Unlike sites like youtube where truly hateful comments seem to get the best receptions. Yes, due to the nature of the sport that this site focuses on it will indeed be populated primarily by hormone overloaded teenage boys who will do as hormone ridden teenage boys always do. But there is also an unusually high frequency of actual real worthy comment hidden in these comment sections.

I must say I do not agree with you that there is absolutely no place for sexiness in mountain biking. Yes women can often be found flaunting their bodies on any sports based website, as there are usually a lot of men looking. The thing is though, if you stick a man in a situation heavily populated by women he will do exactly the same thing, to the very best of his abilities. Look at any famous male pop singer. It never takes long at all between him realising there are a lot of women looking at him, and him starting to prance about in tight clothing and essentially milk it for all he's worth. We all just want to be loved. I don't think the fault lies with the flaunter, who essentially just wants people to like them, as is natural and normal, for any human. The fault surely lies with the viewer who can't look past this and see the person underneath?

Despite the fact that we disagree on this point. (and I must say I am even now slightly unsure of my argument, and will probably swing wildly back and forth on this topic for a long time yet) I think it would be a bad thing if anyone decided never to put forth their views again, just because some people said some stupid unfounded shit about a subject they can't possibly have any real insight on. The fact that ericbs needed to fall back on such crap merely proves that he has nothing of any real value to say.
  • 7 7
 "The fact that ericbs needed to fall back on such crap merely proves that he has nothing of any real value to say". the point is that I put a smile on girls face, who produced an awesome video... who I don't even know... because someone else was bashing her. Brianasaurus's comments speak for herself, but I did feel I had to stick up for linda because someone else was trying to bring her down. sorry that Gabriel feels sticking up for a fellow shredder and young lady is nothing of real value....maybe brainasaurus and Gabriel-mission9 should apply for the national tabloids? keep this shit off pb bitches!
  • 9 4
 "let's see your video...doubt you have any skills on a bike...."

Unfounded and unnecessary, thats all im saying. falling back on personal insults just weakens your argument.
  • 7 4
 Gabriel is s right. Personal attack is a category of fallacy. It weakened your whole statement.
  • 10 4
 Yes, this.
"brianasaursus's name and profile picture speaks for itself"
  • 6 5 it guys! my apologies to you. i see your points! by the way...great video! next time i'll keep my mouth shut the next time i see a grown women trying to put down a 20 year old girl. i hope she got the attention she i said, her comments are speaking for herself....
  • 4 6
 you three guys should put your your comments together and make a book called " WHO CARES ? ", etited by "Brianasaurus"

p.s. flag gabriel-mission9 (6 hours ago)

"Brianasaurus. Please don't leave pinkbike. The internet is indeed full of nonsense, but if it helps at all I do tend to find that on pinkbike most of the really offensive nonsense gets neg-propped into obscurity." ...dumbass
  • 3 1
Your contributions, expressed in the ways you have chosen, tend to weaken your arguments. Do you disagree? If so, could you explain how they do not. As others have pointed out, and with whom I agree, your choice of phrases has led to your argument becomming weak. You could make your points, which are points worth making, with much more effect if you refrained from personal attacks on people.
  • 3 2
 got it! I guess my point is that this girl made a great video on " A Girl And Her Bike" ...remember?. that being said... that's what it is all about...having fun, riding bikes! I have no argument with you or anyone else! I got my point across to the girl who made the video...letting her know she did something positive...that's my point! sorry I got caught up in the b.s., this should not be about you or me! enjoy your day!
  • 2 0
"Brianasaurus. Please don't leave pinkbike. The internet is indeed full of nonsense, but if it helps at all I do tend to find that on pinkbike most of the really offensive nonsense gets neg-propped into obscurity." ...dumbass


Not entirely sure I follow your obviously complicated reasoning there...
  • 1 0
 Cheers ericbs. Enjoy your day too. As you say, great video!
  • 4 1
 Nice into. Where are these kinds of girls?
  • 3 1
 Now, just need to convince girlfriend to ride the bike and make a similar video.
  • 3 0
 Having fun and and shredding, that's how we love women! Ask my wife...
  • 4 1
 Going to show my girlfriend this video!
  • 3 1
 Great riding, sweet edit. Keep it up! ignore the pervs and famanist haters of the interwebs.
  • 5 2
 Wow girl shows some skin and guys write 5 paragraphs about it
  • 3 0
 Semmering! Damn that drop at 01:03 I still didn't do. Great job.
  • 3 1
 Everybody likes girls! and everybody on here likes bikes! Seems like a win to me. I'm 24, my opinion matters.
  • 3 1
 The fact that she's riding a Demo 8, and those sizeable drops. Mad props, keep up the great work Linda!!!
  • 4 1
 God job, Linda. I like it Smile
  • 2 0
 I meant good job.
  • 4 1
 More man than I'll ever be! More women than I'll ever get!
  • 4 1
 Great edit! Thanks for sharing!
  • 3 0
 Badass vid. Gotta love chics that ride!
  • 3 0
 Awesome video and great riding!
  • 2 1
 Linda, I am so impressed with your video, the fun and excitement that you portray, and I hope to see more from you in the near future. Two thumbs up!
  • 4 0
 Rides better than me! Frown
  • 4 1
 Women are not "things"...
  • 3 0
 Best mountain bike video intro ever...
  • 3 2
 Thanks for posting your video. Gives me something to show my daughters. They'll actually watch bike videos if there are girl riders.
  • 2 0
 Nice video. I hope it will inspire several other girls/women to ride mtbikes!
  • 3 4
 I wonder how many of these uptight "women" on here go to see a Dwayne Jhonson aka The Rock, movie because he's a "great actor" or because he's built?!?!?
Pull the stick out of your jealous ass and let the girl do what makes HER ain't about you!!!!
Linda kicks ass.
  • 2 0
 Ahahaha.. I agree with the sticks comment. But to set the record straight, we don't go to see Dwayne Johnson movies for his bod.. Or any reason for that matter. They suck. Wink
  • 3 1
 If we've learn anything from this experience is that pinkbike users are retarded.
  • 1 0
 Was that a custom mount on her helmet where the angle was on her? I'd like to get one if possible, I'd love to use my GoPro the same way.
  • 4 1
 cute little turnbar
  • 6 3
 She's awesome! Wink
  • 6 5
 It's the pants, i'm taking them back to the pants store... Don't act like your not impressed
  • 4 1
 Great video
  • 3 1
 What ? How come I've missed the episode 1 ??
  • 3 1
 There is an episode 1??
  • 2 0
 Location: Bikepark Semmering in Austria
  • 3 2
 Sic. Vid of year. All u PC do godders go hug a tree and get over yourselves! Linda rox
  • 8 7
 Yawn..a chick post up a park video and everybody goes bananas...what a bunch of wankers here!
  • 5 4
 The only 'wanker' here is you bud, get over yourself!!
  • 2 1
 Shut up and get a live, butthead.
  • 3 0
  • 2 0
 Great vid. You've got a new follower.
  • 2 1
 Watching her old videos you can see how she improved her riding. Like that.
  • 2 2
 Love 'em to bits and no disrespect to the lady in the video but somehow girls always make the bike look as though it weighs 50lb and is velcro'd to the trail. Bless
  • 2 0
 She made bike riding looks so easy Smile
  • 2 1
 Is the thumbnail really necessary to rack in the views of a video with cool riding.
  • 2 1
 Pinkbike Poll:

Do you run quick release or through-axle rear dropouts....^,^ ?
  • 2 0
 cool poll bro
  • 2 0
 I wanna watch her doing some night rides! Wink
  • 1 0
 sports content is the most important in this platform does not attract the attention of a majority community of men
  • 1 0
 When I saw number of comments I tough somebody already ride on the moon! ; )
  • 1 0
 Way to send it girl! You ride like a rockstar, forget what anyone else says. - a fellow female DH rider
  • 2 0
 Nice vid Linda. Thumbs UP!
  • 1 0
 The fact that this video has way more views than this one is a little sad:
  • 1 0
 I'm going to show this to my wife. Hopefully it motivates her into becoming a better rider.
  • 3 2
 serious question - anyone know what park that is??
  • 12 2
 Semmering, Austria
  • 2 1
 yeah the lanscape looks like leogang I thought ... certainly not far
  • 6 5
 UCI has to bring back skin-suites for downhill...
  • 6 4
 marry me
  • 5 4
 I want to ride that!.............................the park that is Smile
  • 15 14
 Funny how its always the ugly chicks with a feminist opinion....
  • 5 1
 Interesting. Because I've never shown up to a blind date and had someone disappointed, nor have I ever been told I'm a ugly anywhere except the internet by little boys who have nothing better to do than blather on about things they don't understand because they're too busy wanking away. And yet, I would consider myself a feminist and a HUMANIST, and I've made comments to that effect above.

Just like it would be screwed up for a dude to portray himself as a sexual object and expect his riding video to make the front page of Pinkbike, it's screwed up for this sort of video to have made the front page.

If she were a dude, would this riding have gotten front page coverage?
  • 1 0
 Yeah, I guess the feminists on here would make ugly chicks....

Considering most of the users on here are men.

  • 5 4
 my girlfriend just got less attractive!!
  • 1 0
 Your're probably not the only one dude lol.
  • 2 0
 Slabo je to linda Wink
  • 1 0
 super video, fura bolš kot jaz Big Grin pa folk naj se malo umiri
  • 3 0
 hvala ^^
  • 3 0
 Hi just wanted to say I enjoyed your video. Don't be upset about negative people. They are entitled to their opinion even if they are wrong. If this video is what you wanted then be proud of it because it yours. You will never make everyone happy. If you want to be famous then any publicity is good publicity. Keep boing what you want and be happy.
  • 2 0
 STONES !!! yeahhh !
  • 2 0
 Nice riding, keep it up!
  • 1 0
 Awesome video... anyone knows where she is from?
  • 3 2
 This video made me seriously reconsider my opinion about spandex and DH...
  • 3 2
 first 15 seconds are good!
  • 4 2
 Id wife her.
  • 5 4
 too much emphasis on the boobs
  • 4 3
 never thought id say such a thing...Frown
  • 1 0
 I wanna buy a Marzok now!!!
  • 1 0
 This has to be the longest comment ever!
  • 3 2
 This is one time I'd say BRING BACK SKIN SUITS.
  • 1 0
 skillzzzzz nice riding...
  • 1 0
 I will never be the same.
  • 4 4
 all these gays are just pissed because they cant hit any of them jumps! you rock!
  • 1 1
 .........does anybody know if she's gunna be using WOOD at Rampage this year?
  • 2 0
 welcome to slovenia Smile
  • 3 0
 Na zdravje!
  • 1 0
 where can one find one of these girls?
  • 1 0
 Nice video girl! Please dont delete it!
  • 2 0
 Marry me baby!
  • 1 0
 She looks good and rides good. I don't see what the problem is !
  • 1 0
 Anyone that objects to this video should go to another URL, quietly.
  • 3 2
 Hallo semmering!
  • 4 3
  • 6 5
 Marry me !!!

  • 3 3
 I would love to ride that.....
  • 1 0
  • 4 3
 Super lame
  • 3 1
 Sure she's no Manon Carpenter, but that's not the point. Come on , if more girls/women were like here, instead of their heads stuck in the clouds wanting to be famous or a 'celeb'. The world would be a better place, more female shredders please Pink Bike!
  • 1 0
 One ring, please.
  • 3 3
 No one can be that pretty and ride like that!
  • 1 0
 Wa wa woo eeee
  • 1 0
 be my gf pls.
  • 1 0
  • 7 8
 Sweet, password protected.
  • 6 1
 Here's what you could have won....
  • 11 12
 try your brazzers password
  • 19 3
 I tried all 3 of mine, didn't work.
  • 1 2
  • 8 8
 im in love
  • 7 8
 Well that's it I'm moving to Europe
  • 2 4
 Ok.....STOP mees around.... She could be my daughter.....,.. But she isn't!
  • 2 3
 Linda do i need to get naked to DH?
  • 1 0
 you definitely should wear a helmet and probably some shoes as a minimum for DH
  • 6 9
 put your fucking clothes on dumb ass. I hate when chicks do this bullshit. impress us with your riding not your misquito tits
  • 8 1
 Thanks man!
  • 2 5
 No prob bro
  • 7 9
 I thought this was Two girls one bike. oops
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