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mashira mikelevy's article
Sep 10, 2020 at 12:57
Sep 10, 2020
Video: New 8-Speed Drivetrain, Tools, Tires, Pedals, & Clothing - Across the Pond Beaver
Mr Levy, you're an excellent, entertaining, and well read personality. Keep up the great work
mashira orbea's article
Aug 6, 2020 at 10:35
Aug 6, 2020
Video: Damien Oton's 2020 Maxiavalanche Winning Race Run
@NoskillNotalent: you're right. I kept thinking of it as a smaller town from my very initial impressions of arriving early morning. But yeah, after exploring, it's an amazing place. The part of the city between the river, the mountainside area, a couple mountain bike trails, etc. The city kept impressing and impressing. Haha, thanks for reminding me!
mashira orbea's article
Aug 6, 2020 at 10:30
Aug 6, 2020
Video: Damien Oton's 2020 Maxiavalanche Winning Race Run
@phops: just typical riding supplies: spare tube, tire lever, multi-tool. Nothing wrong with being overly prepared, but I chose not to take that route. If you have the means, go for it, but I just didn't want to bring all that stuff. If I was hardcore competing, I probably would've, but I was just out there to have fun and not having anxiety over breaking my bike and "what if" scenarios played a big part of that.
mashira orbea's article
Aug 6, 2020 at 7:24
Aug 6, 2020
Video: Damien Oton's 2020 Maxiavalanche Winning Race Run
Did Mega a few years ago. I flew from NYC to Zurich to Lyon. Zurich is an international airport, Lyon is local. From Lyon, took a train into the town of Lyon, which is an amazing little town worth exploring. I believe Lyon was the closest airport you could get to Alpes d'Huez. Then a rental car. Biggest expense is the airline ticket, second is the rental car. We hoteled it, but when i was there, you could actually camp out at the base of the lift, which many people did. 3 lifts to the top. Airline ticket was around $2100 round trip. French cars were all standard.
mashira edspratt's article
Jun 15, 2020 at 14:46
Jun 15, 2020
mashira brianpark's article
Apr 13, 2020 at 14:32
Apr 13, 2020
10 New Pro Mechanics' Tools - Pond Beaver 2020
@brianpark: oh sweet! I'm definitely not knocking your work, but something about Rome's writing, or his 100% nerd out on tools is very endearing. That dude makes me want to buy stuff I absolutely don't need. Ha, I think he does the same.
mashira brianpark's article
Apr 13, 2020 at 6:11
Apr 13, 2020
10 New Pro Mechanics' Tools - Pond Beaver 2020
Nice! Where Dave Rome at? IHe sleeping? I hope he's ok.
mashira davetrumpore's article
Mar 27, 2020 at 18:01
Mar 27, 2020
Photo Epic: #PanShotFriday - Slowing it Down to Look Fast
I've loved that Trumpmore photo of Faircloth (first photo) since the first time I saw it. Wish I had disposable income to by a legitimate print of it.
mashira danielsapp's article
Mar 27, 2020 at 17:57
Mar 27, 2020
Bike Check: Maxime Chapuis' Specialized S-Works Enduro
@TheR: I endorse your statement a million percent. Santa Cruz, for me, has been a huge let down lately.
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