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santi521 mikekazimer's article
Jul 27, 2021 at 11:15Jul 27, 2021
Review: Specialized's New Ground Control Grid T7 Tire
Eyyy congrats on oramm, did it last year and took it easy with Jerdon this year. Ran the control in the rear with the tan wall and have zero complaints. Loved the tires.
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santi521 nkrohan's article
Apr 29, 2020 at 18:46Apr 29, 2020
11 Riding Glasses Ridden & Rated
@WiscoRida: curious, what Rx Lens buster fo you use? Been looking for one
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Mar 9, 2020 at 11:29Mar 9, 2020
santi521 sarahmoore's article
Oct 10, 2019 at 20:35Oct 10, 2019
Interview: Dr. Chris Leatt on the Neck Brace, Collarbone Breaks, Safety Over Fashion & More
@kingtut87: it’s assumed that both groups had the average amount brave users for each group.
santi521 redbullbike's article
Oct 25, 2017 at 16:27Oct 25, 2017
Red Bull Rampage 2017: First Practice Sessions - Video
I really don't get people bitching about this being a slopestyle competition now and not freeride. This is absolutely freeride. They're hitting crazy drops and jumps they scope out and build themselves. Of course there are gonna be tricks. It's what pushes the event to evolve. When the event started people were just getting their heads around drops and jumps of this size. But soon enough all the top riders knew how to hit the lines. Then someone stepped up and did a no hander here or a 360 there. It's called pushing it. If 20 guys hit the same drop, the one that tricks it will likely win. Here they're not only tricking shit. I mean look at Zinks line. With no tricks it's already a top contender should he hit it clean. And we all know he's not just gonna hit it with no tricks. It's how they push each other and the sport.
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