JUST GO RIDE. SNOW. BIKE. Doesn't matter. And remember, It's about having FUN
mud-hucker cyclesdevinci's article
May 11, 2016 at 17:13May 11, 2016
Tragic News - Stevie Smith Passes Away
R.I.P. Stevie, You inspiring BADASS
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Apr 27, 2013 at 18:55Apr 27, 2013
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Oct 1, 2012 at 8:30Oct 1, 2012
mud-hucker norcobicycles's article
Nov 2, 2011 at 21:55Nov 2, 2011
Nick's Ride To Recovery
the "EATING WAS GOING TO BE IMPOSSIBLE" part really brings back some powerful memories for me. Food just isn't at the top of your list, when your on Chemo. I KNOW what the recovery phase feels like. Your young and fit Nick, 2 points in your favor, you'll be OK. One point to remember : nutrition, nutrition, nutrition.
mud-hucker RichardCunningham's article
Oct 15, 2011 at 10:52Oct 15, 2011
Pinkbike Product Picks
The right tool for the right job. My DT-2 gets a good workout. It's clean, it's handy, althou it does take a soft touch and a sharp eye, if your not in a hurry, it's like truing a wheel.
mud-hucker mikelevy's article
Oct 7, 2011 at 1:21Oct 7, 2011
Riding Trek's Session 9.9 in Whistler - First Impressions
You see, it goes like this. You need to make a blood oath to the Biking Gods, swearing never to reveal the location of this precious gem. Failing to keep your oath would be punishable by being suspended from a basket ball hoop by your underwear,(On a hot sunny day in the middle of summer). Kidding. You can find it on the trail maps. It's a bit of a pain to get to.
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Aug 23, 2011 at 20:33Aug 23, 2011
mud-hucker dunbarcycles's article
Aug 8, 2011 at 1:44Aug 8, 2011
Maxxis High Roller II Tires Review
OK, OK. Some of you don't like the price. (SUCK IT UP) Some of you don't like the weight. (Yes, they are 1290g, Dual-ply DH casing, confidence inspiring) Some of you don't like that there's an updated design! ( Evolve, you frakin caveman) The changes that Maxxis has incorporated, make sense. I've been riding High Rollers in Whistler for 1.5 season. They have an unsure point when transitioning from center to shoulder. Not unsettling if you aware of it, but it does cause me to adjust my line early, when cornering. If you got some tech corners in your line. Knowing that your tires has a tendency to disappear when cornering at moderate angles. Makes line choice... all that more important. Oh... do you think Maxxis won't come out with versions like UST, eXC, LUST? And that those versions will be about a pound lighter. Keep Watching.
mud-hucker fraserbritton's article
Aug 5, 2011 at 0:48Aug 5, 2011
Course Walk at La Bresse World Cup
correction : loose
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