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listeryu paulaston's article
May 26, 2017 at 22:02
May 26, 2017
Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay EMTB – First Ride
@leelau: one more thing - I can´t see why this difference should stay in place. People in charge (called politicians among many other nicknames ;-) ) need change that and also open trails to any kind of bike & e-bike. I don´t feel bad about e-bikes or hate them. I make a living of repairing bike/e-bikes so the more the better. I´ve also seen what it does to people who were not cycling/e-biking before. The result speaks for itself and anybody who does not like e-bikes is not forced to buy one.
listeryu paulaston's article
May 26, 2017 at 14:29
May 26, 2017
Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay EMTB – First Ride
@mattwragg: just to clear things up - focused on Austria in general it is forbidden to ride a mountain road/road in the woods at all. the reason are legal restrictions that are there in theory, but nearly nobody cares about it. In case of an accident my insurace does care about it. E-bikes are forbidden on any kind of wood/mountain road at all due to law. They are motor vehicles and are therefore not allowed to use these roads because it is illegal with motor vehicle. So trail access is an issue and this topic is discussed by interest groups behind closed doors. This also is a problem for non e-bike mountain bikers as the number of "illegal" bikers rises. So an e-bike is not an bicycle and therefore your statement is nonsense. Look up the laws that are relevant and you will see. I agree that the 2 meter rule is nothing of relevance in Austria. The whole topic is not that straight forward at all and in discussions like that it is easy to forget - e-bikes are motor vehicles - at least in Austria according to the laws in play.
listeryu pinkbikeaudience's article
May 25, 2017 at 22:19
May 25, 2017
RockShox – EWS Ireland 2017 Fantasy Contest
Women: 1. Ravanel 2. Courdurier 3. Thoma Men: 1. Callaghan 2. Hill 3. Rude
listeryu BWinder's article
May 13, 2017 at 23:53
May 13, 2017
Serfaus Fiss Ladis: Two Halves – Photo Epic
In my opinion you can´t justifiy that a day ticket is EUR 36.- there are a lot of trails and features - that´s true. I had a lot of time to cycle last year and 4 out of 5 visits the park was in poor conditions. It was great to test some new stuff for my downhill fork, but I would never go there with my girlfriend. Brake-bumps all over the place and deep holes (they would have fit a football). Looks like the money is not spent on that. Regardind the prices in Leogang - EUR 32.- for a 4 hour ticket and EUR 39.- for a day pass is, in my opinion, over priced for what they have. I guss the problem is that both resorts orientate their prices on what they charge in winter. This is not the right way to go and I also question if USD 61/roughly EUR 55.- is okay, but have never been to Whistler yet and can´t really tell what it is like.
listeryu BWinder's article
May 13, 2017 at 23:45
May 13, 2017
Serfaus Fiss Ladis: Two Halves – Photo Epic
@MatthewCarpenter: you would have to pay an extra EUR 10.- for the Frommes Trail (high alpine)
listeryu NS-Bikes-Factory-Racing's article
May 10, 2017 at 21:58
May 10, 2017
NS Bikes Factory Racing Webisode 1 - Video
very good vid - nice to watch a really good how it evolves - keep ´em coming
listeryu paulaston's article
Apr 30, 2017 at 8:40
Apr 30, 2017
Vecnum Dropper Post - Bike Festival Riva, 2017
maybe it is not that reliable that it needs service that often and they don´t offer internal because of that ;-)
listeryu natedh9's photo
Apr 27, 2017 at 22:51
Apr 27, 2017
Woodman ????

listeryu pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 14:24
Apr 26, 2017
Ask Me Anything: Claudio Caluori - Watch the Recap
no need - he tell´s us everything live on red bull tv :-)
listeryu AJBarlas's photo
Apr 8, 2017 at 4:00
Apr 8, 2017
Other bike companies - PLEASE do that as well!!!

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