Love to ride and love to share that joy with others!
mph51 mikelevy's article
Sep 12, 2018 at 10:02Sep 12, 2018
Behind the Bike - Knolly's New Fugitive
@russthedog: Right, which usually end is up being just as, if not more, expensive than just going carbon...
mph51 ReilShiftMedia's video
Aug 26, 2018 at 7:21Aug 26, 2018
mph51 HookitProducts's article
Aug 21, 2018 at 8:12Aug 21, 2018
Ben Cathro Talks About Going From Inside to Outside The Tape
Skilled for sure, but do you think he would even take that offer up anymore? Seems like he’s balls deep in his YouTube and patreon career.
mph51 olympicdirtsociety's article
Aug 21, 2018 at 8:06Aug 21, 2018
NW Cup to Visit Whitefish, Montana for the First Time This Year
Kalispel is an underrated gem of MT. This place is sick! Same with Helena.
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Aug 17, 2018 at 19:24Aug 17, 2018
mph51 SCOTT-Sports's article
Aug 14, 2018 at 9:23Aug 14, 2018
Video: Nico Vink Loves Back Wheel in Whistler
Totally man! I started to laugh 30 seconds in... Funny like Saying a word over and over again until it starts to not sound like a word.
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Selling my beloved Transition Bottlerocket. This thing has gotten me through thick and thin the past 6 years but it’s time to finally let it go. Ideally, I wouldn’t sell this icon being that it’s very hard to find large Bottlerockets with this factory PBR paint scheme. Nonetheless, it makes more sense for me to sell it than keep it even though the plan was to not ever sell it. That being said, I’ve keep the bike running to the top of its abilities for myself and my style of riding which has included much more climbing than shuttleing in recent years. In the past year I’ve put on new 35m bars and stem, lock on grips, replaced the seals on the Fox 36 Van R (famously supple fork), put a new firm green spring in the fork (still have the medium blue), new chain, brand new DHR 2 exo 3c (front is still in 60% of its life), new lighter seat post, new lighter flat pedals, cane creek dB in-line rear air shock, and probably change the pads every 4 months or so. All of this was my attempt to lighten the bike. It’s down to about 36lbs from 39lbs. With the climb switch on the Inline, the bike climbs just fine, especially considering the era it was created in. Brakes are Avid Elixr 3 Mavic EX 721 up front Mavic EX 325 in the rear Shimano Zee shifter, derailleur, Descendant crankset, 10-42 cassette Let me know if you have any questions!
MTBGP/ NW CUP Finals Recap
6 Aug 2012