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mallowpufft GuerrillaGravity's article
Jan 8, 2018 at 11:53
Jan 8, 2018
Guerrilla Gravity Launches 2018 Updates
@PHeller: I'm with ya. I'm hoping they can grow while staying independent and active in the community. I really want a Megatrail for riding the 2 bike parks I work at but being a ski and bike bum doesn't pay well so I'm a year or two out of being able to afford one. Here's to crossing fingers and hope they can keep it up
mallowpufft GuerrillaGravity's article
Jan 8, 2018 at 8:58
Jan 8, 2018
Guerrilla Gravity Launches 2018 Updates
I really want a GG bike. Close in price to the big names but made in the US by people making a decent wage, not some Taiwanese kid making $20 a day in a mostly automated factory.
mallowpufft pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 26, 2017 at 10:48
Dec 26, 2017
Sam Pilgrim on Haibike?
I feel like most of the posters here would happily ride an ebike if there was sponsorship money with it. Maybe not the dentists, but any person who loves riding bikes would be foolish not to take an offer of making a decent living while doing so. Most sponsored riders aren't making the big bucks so if a sponsor comes along and offers a viable paycheck that allows for having fun and supporting your family, who among us wouldn't go for it or ride their bikes? If Huffy offered me a livable wage to ride their bikes, I'd ride a fresh huffy every lap until there's a mountain of busted bikes outside my house.
mallowpufft wilderness-trail-bikes's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 5:19
Nov 3, 2017
Win a WTB Shred Pack
Need some 27.5 rims to go with the tires. I just retired my old 26" Laserdisc rims this summer. 9 years and a few too many flat spots from casing jumps and pinging rocks but they kept rolling for a long time.
mallowpufft briceshirbach's article
Oct 20, 2017 at 9:40
Oct 20, 2017
N.I.C.A. - Cultivating a Love for Mountain Biking
NICA and the VAHS series make me so happy. I can't ride XC anymore due to health issues but my kids love riding bikes. With these leagues I've been able to introduce them to a sport I loved for 20 years but can no longer participate in (outside of pushing a bike up a hill and descending for a few minutes) and they get to go on 2 hour rides a couple times a week.
mallowpufft paulaston's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 11:04
Oct 13, 2017
Green Oil: An Environmentally Friendly Chain Lube? - Review
The real news- an article mentions an e-bike and nobody has flipped out yet!
mallowpufft briceshirbach's article
Oct 12, 2017 at 11:35
Oct 12, 2017
East Bound and Down: Harrisonburg, Virginia
Yup. Most of them are under an hour from town. All depends on whether or not you get stuck behind a horse and buggy or a tractor.
mallowpufft mikekazimer's article
Aug 19, 2017 at 4:45
Aug 19, 2017
Remember These? 11 Classic Mountain Bikes - Crankworx Whistler 2017
My kind of folks! I ride an '07 Giant Glory that's been stripped down and rebuilt more times than most people would admit. But that 40lb chunk of aluminum and oil is my bike, and I plan to keep riding it like I stole it until it dies. I have a guy $350 and a pellet gun for it a few years ago. Other than being a beast to put back on top of my car after every day of riding, that thing is hellaciously fun. All these shiny new DH bikes that are 10lbs lighter are sexy, but I can't cheat on my baby.
mallowpufft BackcountryLifeline's article
Aug 11, 2017 at 19:29
Aug 11, 2017
Yeti SB5 Giveaway: Backcountry Lifeline's Fundraiser
It's moulage. Aka a simulated wound. It helps when doing training to have the trainees see a more realistic looking issue so they're less prone to going into full freakout mode when they see something gnarlier than your typical closed collarbone fracture or road rash.
mallowpufft RichardCunningham's article
Jul 16, 2017 at 19:30
Jul 16, 2017
Oregon Will Be First US State to Tax Bicycles for Transportation Projects
Let's be honest, bikes over $200 are a luxury item. If your bicycle is purely for transportation you'll largely be unaffected by this tax unless you're too good for a Walmart bike. I love bicycling, I will happily admit that it's a ridiculously expensive hobby, which is why I primarily but used gear. If you can afford to spend more than $200 on a bike you can afford a $15 tax. Here in VA I'd be out significantly more than that for a middle of the road $2,500 bicycle with out current tax structure and I have no idea how those funds are used. If I knew that tax money went directly to better biking infrastructure in my local cities and towns, I'd be thrilled. Granted, I'd be happier if it went to trail work and land access, but if the local roads get safer for nerdy roadies, I'm ok with that, too.
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