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mazze edspratt's article
Aug 10, 2019 at 8:32
Aug 10, 2019
Video: Steve Peat Provides his Insight into the Revised Lenzerheide Track
Is it just me or is Peaty starting to speak a lot like Morgan Freeman with all that emphasis on the last consonants... haha. Always great seeing him around!
mazze edspratt's article
Aug 10, 2019 at 4:54
Aug 10, 2019
Video: Practice Highlights with Eliot Jackson - Lenzerheide World Cup DH 2019
Love Eliot! Such an all around nice guy. Can't believe it's 5 years ago since he quit DH racing!? Where did the time fly...? Happy to see he found some niche to stay in the industry even though his asthma prevented any breakthroughs in DH racing for him. Btw. I would love for him to take Claudios' place in the English Red Bull commentator booth, and let Claudio do the German commentating instead. I hope nobody takes this the wrong way, Claudio is awesome, but even though his English is great I feel like he is too slow in processing and translating to keep up with the natural commentating flow of Rob Warner or an Eliot Jackson for that matter. I still always watch the English version, because without Rob it's just not the same! Anyone here feeling the same?! Oh and this is the video in which he talked about his health issues, for those that are interested: https://www.pinkbike.com/video/344067/
mazze GiroSportDesign's article
Jun 2, 2018 at 22:17
Jun 2, 2018
Video: Steps to the Podium With Aaron Gwin, Richie Rude & Cody Kelley
@Jibbaman28: ahhh now it all makes sense. I was actually wondering whether that bell partnership has ended or not.
mazze sarahmoore's article
Jun 2, 2018 at 4:17
Jun 2, 2018
mazze GiroSportDesign's article
Jun 2, 2018 at 1:57
Jun 2, 2018
Video: Steps to the Podium With Aaron Gwin, Richie Rude & Cody Kelley
That would be seriously awesome! I’m pretty sure though, that it just means they are all riding Giro helmets.
mazze GiroSportDesign's article
Jun 2, 2018 at 1:53
Jun 2, 2018
Video: Steps to the Podium With Aaron Gwin, Richie Rude & Cody Kelley
@thesharkman: athletes need tons of carbohydrates. Sugars are simple carbohydrates. More complex carbohydrates are of higher quality and will fuel the body longer with energy, but simple sugars are the fastest to be resorbed. Thus, athletes need sugar at times. E.g. Tour de France athletes had noodles with sugar for breakfast back in the day to load up their bodies with as much energy as possible.
mazze danielsapp's article
Apr 28, 2018 at 3:57
Apr 28, 2018
Neko Mulally's YT Tues - Bike Check
@makripper: and here i am thinking both were made for seasons.
mazze mikelevy's article
Dec 3, 2017 at 23:54
Dec 3, 2017
The Insolent DH Bike Uses a Fox 40 Stanchion Tube as a Shock
@themountain: Bad at dealing with heat? Therese are literally breakdiscs made out of carbon.. I agree on the contact part though
mazze daniellebaker's article
Oct 28, 2017 at 14:56
Oct 28, 2017
mazze fraktiv's article
Oct 24, 2017 at 15:16
Oct 24, 2017
Your Essential Guide to Red Bull Rampage 2017
Yeah, I remember how hard everyone who tried that hip jump crashed... and then he did it smooth as butter lmao! Watching that replay I can't believe Cam McCaul was already commentating by that time. He stopped way too early in his career :/
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