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mitchgulliver aidanoliver's article
Jan 21, 2019 at 22:32
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mitchgulliver pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 17, 2018 at 13:26
Dec 17, 2018
Check Out: Alien Socks, Grips, Carbon-Soled Shoes, & More - December 2018
I've been running them for 2 seasons now on both my DH bike (mainly bike park) and trail bike. I can say for sure that they decrease hand fatigue and arm pump. It's most noticeable on the DH bike, but Whistler Bike Park is rough AF so it makes sense that it would be most noticeable there. At $129 USD, it was a bit much but seems like they've reduced the price a lot since Levy first reviewed them. I'd say they are 100% checking out if you're someone who often gets arm pump or hand cramps.
mitchgulliver FreehubMag's article
Dec 12, 2018 at 8:39
Dec 12, 2018
mitchgulliver OliDorn's article
Nov 19, 2018 at 10:55
Nov 19, 2018
Video: Balu's All-time Trail Dog Shred in 'Paws & Wheels'
First world problem of the week: "There are too many animals in the forest! When I go out into nature to ride my bike, I MUST have complete right of way!" Share the trails. Be it advanced riders, beginner riders, dogs, etc. This video was awesome. Beautifully made, great story & great riding!
mitchgulliver daniellebaker's article
Oct 25, 2018 at 10:55
Oct 25, 2018
Day 3 Photo Epic: Under Pressure - Red Bull Rampage 2018
@shsfreeride: Should it always be the riders choice? If you have a serious head injury, you aren't thinking straight then add in the level of adrenaline that's flowing through these guys on any given rampage day... Rogatkin is the prime example, there was no point in him finishing that run. It was pure adrenaline and ego. If an athlete at Crankworx Slopestyle has a crash and hits his head, they must be cleared by the on-site medic of any head injury before they are allowed to continue to compete. That's because nobody wants to see someone dead or paralyzed due to their drive to compete or momentary adrenaline boost. There's always next time. Rampage is a burly AF event, and it's gotta be treated like that. Letting concussed / riders with brain injuries continue to compete is a great way of getting into another Paul Bas type situation. (I'm not insinuating that he was concussed, just that a concussion could be a contributing factor to that level of an incident) I'm sure if you ask a rider who's been in that situation, and made a bad choice which ended up in a bad crash. They won't tell you "yeah dude stoked I tried again and fucked myself up. Super glad there wasn't a professional there to let me know the gravity of my injuries!" Who cares about 7 days you committed to digging a line if you'll never walk again or hold your kids?
mitchgulliver daniellebaker's article
Oct 25, 2018 at 9:54
Oct 25, 2018
Day 3 Photo Epic: Under Pressure - Red Bull Rampage 2018
"It was great to see Zink straight back on the bike today testing features after such a heavy hit during yesterday's session." - Is it? I'm a huge fan of Cam and his riding, but it seems as though at Rampage this year, his shoulder is blowing out, & yesterday he was knocked out in a crash? (unconfirmed, but he obviously had a huge crash and can't remember it happening. According to his Instagram.) Is there no medical staff at Rampage making the tough decisions on whether or not each rider who's involved in a crash is in fit shape physically and mentally to continue riding? the chances of Zink not being concussed right now have to be pretty slim. If that is the case, should he be allowed to continue to compete in that concussed state?
mitchgulliver RockyMountainBicycles's article
Oct 11, 2018 at 12:21
Oct 11, 2018
Must Watch: 12-Year Old Dane Jewett Shreds With Carson Storch, Thomas Vanderham, & Remi Gauvin - Video
100% This was the best Whistler based video I've seen in years! Absolutely brought me back to my childhood watching my hero ride in videos....but Dane gets to ride with them! It came full circle!
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