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rightarm mikelevy's article
Feb 26, 2016 at 8:30
Feb 26, 2016
Ridden And Rated - Six Dropper Posts
Failed to mention that the Specialized command post does come with external cable routing.????
rightarm RichardCunningham's article
Feb 18, 2016 at 14:20
Feb 18, 2016
Bike Yoke Suspension Link is Good News for Specialized Enduro Owners
Great job, now I can finally get a up to date shock on my Enduro. Did I say great job! TY : )
rightarm scottsecco's article
Feb 3, 2016 at 17:48
Feb 3, 2016
Added 8 photos to Evo
Jan 26, 2016 at 11:16
Jan 26, 2016
Jan 22, 2016 at 15:04
Jan 22, 2016

MTB shoe " clip in " Mavic Crxmax

$120 CAD
Brand new. 2015 Mavic Crossmax , size 11, top of the line Mtb shoe for the price of a entry level Mtb shoe. $120. • Purpose: AM/trail and enduro racing • Uppers: Synthetic leather with breathable 3D mesh panels • Reinforced heel cup and toe • One-pull Quick Lace system for a precise-fitting instep. • Ergo Ratchet buckle with flip-up release lever • Tacky Contagrip® lugged sole with flexible nylon stiffener • Ergo 3D mesh overlapping tongue • Black or Mavic Crossmax yellow colorways • Anti-microbial, dual-density OrthoLite® foam inserts

Jan 22, 2016 at 14:51
Jan 22, 2016

Specialized Deviant II Full Face Mtb Helmet

$60 CAD
Brand new size med. $80 Size Med in Centimetres Inches 54 - 60 21¼ - 23½ The Specialized Deviant II Full Face Helmet combines serious gravity-riding protection with value. Deviant II features a moto-style interior padding system, mouthport and chin bar for improved ergonomics, comfort and goggle compatibility Full moto-style interior padding system with neck roll and cheek pads for superior stability New chin bar, Mouthport and face port design with improved goggle compatibility EPS foam with composite shell Removable washable liner and cheek pads Adjustable visor with new design S-style adjusting bolts Complies with one or more of the following safety standards for bicycle helmets: CPSC, SNELL B95, CE and ASTM 1952 (standard for downhill mountain bike racing helmets

rightarm pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 7, 2016 at 9:55
Jan 7, 2016
Developing a 3D Printed Arm Brace for MTB - Video
Hello Tom, I too suffered a Brachial Plexus injury in 98 from a motorcycle accident almost tore my right arm completely off my body. Thank god for leather suits!, suffered broken ribs, broken Tib/Fib , clavicle torn out from sternum, displaced shoulder blade, displaced humers, punctured lung, and a punctured artery as well as tearing/shreading the BP conduit. Needless to say I found myself awake in the hospital, which at this point was 3 days later after spending those days in ICU, wow what a trip. After 11 months with no result in movement or feeling I myself chose the path of partial amputation from the elbow down, as I felt that it would be more of a hinderence than a benefit for me to have the whole limb motionless. plus it was detached from my rotor cuff. It was a tough mental decision yes, but i understood the consiquences of riding a motorcycle and the level of risks that come wirh it, knowing and understanding the risks of anything will certainly determine; 1. Your willingness to even do it, and or what are you really willing to risk., 2. Your willingness to not accept good and bad but to move on from there with as much conviction as you had before the S! Hit the fan : ) having martial arts training I believe helped me a lot in my recovery ( especially the mental ) recovery . My love for bicycles definitely played a big part in recovery as i knew it would still give me that freedom and feeling I was looking as well as being a great rehabilitation tool physically and mentally. Being able to get back on a snowmobile was a huge boost in my confidence and getting back to work was great too. All in all it's been a hard road, but whoever said life was easy, I don't really think was living it!. Anyways enough about me I just want to say thanks for not giving up on yourself, you are truly few and far between as most would have mentally crumbled by now. My question is how do you find the arm brace helps you to ride better and does it help you mentally. Also areyou able to wheelie without it detaching from the bar and if neccasary will it detach itself under a certain amount of load ie; crash. Once again Tom, thank you for trying and inspiring and " keep the rubber side down" P.S. aren't buying gloves expensive :) your bud Lefty
rightarm mikelevy's article
Dec 3, 2015 at 5:09
Dec 3, 2015
Specialized Command Post IRCC - Review
Have the original Command post 2012, works great till this day, easily serviceable no fuss no muss and has never let me down period. Out of all the remote posts ie; rock shock, lev that come through the shop for service the Command post seems to be the most reliably and durable. Single bolt seat clamp has never given me a problem with it not being tight enough. Just my .02
rightarm onecutmedia's article
Sep 29, 2015 at 9:47
Sep 29, 2015
Video: Dagmar Trails
Great job to all the volunteers, organizers, and sponsors.
rightarm pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 28, 2015 at 19:55
Sep 28, 2015
Video: Getting Around, Three Wheels at a Time
Truly amazing what the human mind and spirit can do, good on you bro!. YOU MUST SHOW NO MERCY... ... NOR HAVE ANY BELIEF WHATSOEVER  IN HOW OTHERS JUDGE YOU... ...FOR YOUR GREATNESS WILL SILENCE THEM ALL... Quote " Ultimate Warrior"
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