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Rode in Perry Hill. view ridelog
May 13, 2019 at 4:40
May 13, 2019
quotes Sectioning the roots
7.0 km - 01:13 - 1 achievements
Rode in Perry Hill. view ridelog
May 9, 2019 at 6:25
May 9, 2019
quotes Brakes need bleed, assfat needs reduction
5.5 km - 00:38 - 1 achievements
ryetoast RichardCunningham's article
May 2, 2019 at 19:48
May 2, 2019
Interview: Catching Up With Aaron Gwin & Supercross Legend Ryan Dungey
@chrish: Make cheap sunglass that ugly, no one will buy them. Charge 200 bucks, on the other hand...
ryetoast RichardCunningham's article
May 2, 2019 at 16:14
May 2, 2019
Interview: Catching Up With Aaron Gwin & Supercross Legend Ryan Dungey
I don't either, I just launch myself out the front door at the beginning of every ride to make sure my front brake isn't a clutch. No biggie.
ryetoast rieseldesign's article
Apr 29, 2019 at 20:46
Apr 29, 2019
Video: Building and Painting a Custom, Full Metal Jacket Themed V10
They're camo and called Deathgrips (and really comfortable) so seems like a solid choice? Once they're dirty they'll be darker green too :-) I'd keep the gunmetal grey shock spring and do black DLC on the fork.
Rode in Montpelier. view ridelog
Apr 26, 2019 at 20:30
Apr 26, 2019
quotes Forgot to hit start -.-
12.3 km - 00:36 - 1 badges
Rode in Berlin. view ridelog
Apr 24, 2019 at 19:47
Apr 24, 2019
quotes Brewery home
22.4 km - 01:16
ryetoast nkrohan's article
Mar 27, 2019 at 6:27
Mar 27, 2019
Ridden & Rated: 5 Women's Gloves for Shoulder Season
I think a women's large glove is equivalent to a men's small in most brands' glove sizing, and generally (like with helmets) the women's gloves are designed to match other pieces of the brand's women's kit. I haven't seen them marketed to better protect your manicure or anything, so that's probably all there is to it.
ryetoast nkrohan's article
Mar 27, 2019 at 5:49
Mar 27, 2019
Ridden & Rated: 5 Women's Gloves for Shoulder Season
I thought we moved past palm padding about the same time we moved past bar ends and incredibly uncomfortable grips. If you are going to put palm padding on a glove you should cut off the fingers, make the top out of some sort of macrame and package it with a free set of grip shifters.
ryetoast pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 24, 2019 at 19:47
Mar 24, 2019
Final Results: Downhill - Crankworx Rotorua 2019
@loplopk: Honestly, as a cis-gendered woman, the most demoralizing thing for ME personally is that apparently 99% of pinkbike bros think female cyclists are such timid and delicate flowers that they wouldn't request a rule change from their sport's governing body if they really felt their rights were being trampled. (Fear not, my fainting maiden, I shall go to bat for thee on the forum whether thou likest it or not!!!) Sports gender testing standards have been in flux since the concept was introduced; nobody is going to be sent to the gulag for questioning them respectfully... But based on Pinkbike's accidental survey, the majority of cyclists would probably support them even if they went about their protest in an unprofessional and blatantly transphobic manner. Also, while I concur that having developed as a male for many years can give a trans woman athlete some advantages over XX competitors, I find the idea that "trans-sandbagging" could doom women's sport--or even that it is a thing that exists--laughable. Trans women don't want to be women so they can have an unfair athletic advantage, they want to be women because the alternative is intolerable. Personally (and I recognize that not all women share this view and that it may be particularly marginal when it comes to sport) I am inclined to believe trans women when they say they are women--in other words I feel that your genuine self-perception and how you choose to go through life matters more than your chromosomes. Being a woman is hard. I personally find it kind of encouraging that some people prefer it overwhelmingly to the alternative, even when making the switch introduces considerable additional hardships (including making you slower on a bike). If Kate makes it to the top of the box someday, good for her.
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