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mammal davetrumpore's article
Feb 19, 2018 at 6:50
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2018 Santa Cruz Andes Pacifico - The Final Days & Results
Wow, that guy's epic. Decades of sneaking onto podiums.
mammal dbaker's article
Feb 15, 2018 at 17:43
Feb 15, 2018
The Bakery: Revelling in the Joy of Our Anarchy
@Sshredder: Be offended if you like. You're obviously writing your comment to share your opinion, and punctuation helps you get your point across. There's a reason it's a part of the language.
mammal dbaker's article
Feb 15, 2018 at 16:23
Feb 15, 2018
The Bakery: Revelling in the Joy of Our Anarchy
@pedalmore: Gotcha. I didn't get your angle at first, but yeah, agreed. Most people understand the references. I'd still say that the ratio of riders that I've been acquainted with who actually partake in such things is still only 2/3 at the most. I'm sure in many corners (bible belt, for example) you'd probably get quite a bit of "weed talk" resistance, even among mtb circles. Perhaps that's were these concerns that Danielle mentions, come from. That said, this community of ours tends to be pretty open minded on a lot of things... Oh look, it's exactly 4:20!
mammal dbaker's article
Feb 15, 2018 at 14:26
Feb 15, 2018
The Bakery: Revelling in the Joy of Our Anarchy
Agreed, but please use punctuation for readability.
mammal dbaker's article
Feb 15, 2018 at 14:22
Feb 15, 2018
The Bakery: Revelling in the Joy of Our Anarchy
It's certainly heavily entrenched in "Free-ride Mountain Biking's" past. If you love the modern mountain biking culture, that culture has been heavily shaped by the original free-riders... So, yes is the short answer.
mammal mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2018 at 12:15
Feb 6, 2018
Saris Bones 2-Bike Strap-On Rack - Review
Oh yeah, and also: - If you have two bikes on there, strap the wheel of the inside bike to the lower arm of the rack. That way they don't swing around with braking/accelerating.
mammal mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2018 at 12:11
Feb 6, 2018
Saris Bones 2-Bike Strap-On Rack - Review
I rocked one of these for a few years, due to the type of vehicle I drove. Below are some recommendations: - Some curvy or busy top tubes will not fit. Feel free to use the down tube to attach your bike, and put up with some additional vehicle drag, as your bike rides up a bit higher. - After cinching the straps, tie them off so they can't slip. They can work themselves loose over time. - Over the first year of use, the plastic notches that interface with the extruded alum center tube tend to wear out of shape. You can use large cable straps to tie the upper/lower arms together, and that makes the whole unit more rigid for another year or so. - If you care about your paint job, use a rag between the tube on your bike and the cradle/straps. Any dirt in there, and it scratches the sh*t out of the paint. - Go easy on the plastic screws that secure the arms to the alum center tube. They strip easily. See my cable strap tip above, for additional securing. Otherwise, a good purchase. It did last pretty well for the price, with some simple fixes.
mammal cy-cotic's article
Feb 6, 2018 at 11:59
Feb 6, 2018
New Cotic FlareMAX with Updated Geometry
@johncee: Right you are...
mammal cy-cotic's article
Feb 6, 2018 at 7:33
Feb 6, 2018
mammal ranke's article
Feb 4, 2018 at 11:00
Feb 4, 2018
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