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rolandpoland pinkbikeoriginals's article
Mar 22, 2020 at 12:12
Mar 22, 2020
Video: Catching Up with Brook Macdonald 6 Months Post Spinal Injury
Very likeable and watchable interviewer. Quality Christina! Good Luck Brook!
rolandpoland StansNoTubes's article
Mar 19, 2020 at 4:15
Mar 19, 2020
rolandpoland mikekazimer's article
Oct 14, 2019 at 11:02
Oct 14, 2019
rolandpoland edspratt's article
Sep 24, 2019 at 12:46
Sep 24, 2019
5 Things We Learned at EWS Zermatt 2019
It will never be as good as the DH or XC because of the delay in converage videos etc. It's a bit of a damp squib in relation. All the different venues are amazing for riders but not so good for the fans, as coverage is minimum in comparison, for obvious reasons.
rolandpoland shimano's article
Sep 21, 2019 at 1:55
Sep 21, 2019
rolandpoland garneau's article
Sep 15, 2019 at 1:09
Sep 15, 2019
Video: Olympic Bronze Medallist Georgia Gould on Being a Pro Cyclist, Motherhood, & Winning the Battle for Equal Prize Money
I know you are troll, and I shouldn't engage with you, but, I will give you Men are faster, thats true. No denying it. But when we reward a competitor, we are rewarding them for their ability to dedicate themselves to a task that requires 100% commitment against a field of 100% committed athletes whom put in all their waking time to competing. That means, diet, training and even their unconscious efforts like sleep are tuned to win. Now, both genders do this 100% and men are faster. Why is that. Biology or simply muscle mass and fat differentials. But that's nature. They all still give their 100% physically and mentally. We are not rewarding them for their actual competition time in minutes and seconds as such. If we were, then it would be a pro-rata system. Time or speed is the indicator of who wins in the field, in competition, for that gender. They still all give their 100%. So the rewards should be the same. You cannot penalise someone for being born differently, unless you are some type of idiot. Even from a cycling industry point of view, growing the competitive field in womens cycling will contribute towards more interest from females and more bike sales. I also have to add that having watched all the DH and XC Mens and Womens races this year, the competition is high amongst both gendered fields and the professionalism and comradery is unreal. The women are absolutely brilliant ambassadors for the sport and amazing athletes and I have no hesitation in suggesting, that I believe even the last placed athlete in the women's field in either DH or XC would fucking smoke you 'formula441'!
rolandpoland edspratt's article
Sep 7, 2019 at 6:48
Sep 7, 2019
Video: Qualifying Recap - Snowshoe DH World Cup 2019
I think yer man Rick has been guzzling down free cans of Redbull
rolandpoland sarahmoore's article
Sep 1, 2019 at 23:25
Sep 1, 2019
Kate Weatherly Breaks Neck in Training - Mont-Sainte-Anne DH World Championships 2019
@dmanvan23: This girl looks like she was sponsored by Leatt. But in the photo, although hard to see, it looks like she isn't wearing it. So, was she wearing it I wonder, and if she was does this mean it doesn't work? It would be interesting to know.
rolandpoland skatertrav's article
Aug 30, 2019 at 1:17
Aug 30, 2019
Video: Finn Iles Shows Off His World Champs Bike
Something to do with Canada...
rolandpoland jamessmurthwaite's article
Aug 17, 2019 at 12:08
Aug 17, 2019
Bike Check: Brett Rheeder's Glitter Bomb Trek Ticket - Crankworx Whistler 2019
That gyro is a great work of engineering. Brilliant
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