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scvkurt03 SnowSummitBikePark's article
May 22, 2017 at 19:04
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Snow Summit Bike Park Opening May 26, 2017
@motoxxxer26: Pretty sure the way this country is really going is shit reading comprehension and soundbyte insults.
scvkurt03 SnowSummitBikePark's article
May 21, 2017 at 15:16
May 21, 2017
Snow Summit Bike Park Opening May 26, 2017
@MTBRMann: Congrats on being talented, dude! Most people don't progress that quickly.
scvkurt03 SnowSummitBikePark's article
May 21, 2017 at 15:15
May 21, 2017
Snow Summit Bike Park Opening May 26, 2017
@motoxxxer26: Pretty much nothing I said in my post would predicate your response. Head. In. Sand.
scvkurt03 SnowSummitBikePark's article
May 21, 2017 at 7:37
May 21, 2017
Snow Summit Bike Park Opening May 26, 2017
So many people have their head in the sand on this one. Even Mammoth has better progression. Learning how to preload a jump is half of the battle; doing so at a more relaxed speed reduces the consequence of coming off the lip in a way you didn't intend to. You do that at Summit, case city. You do that at Mammoth, on the right jump line, and you're hitting backside. More confidence off the lip = more speed the next time you hit it. Within a handful of days riding, you're onto bigger stuff. I wouldn't argue that joeys hurting themselves is a SS problem, though. It's the same thing in the winter: proximity to LA means you get every bro with an ego trying to ride beyond their skill set, then wind up hurting themselves. People should really take responsibility for their own shit - don't try to send the whole table if you're not comfortable off the lippy lips. Sure, it kills flow to land on top, but at least you've got another chance to get a rebate another few seconds ahead. That said, SS could really help us out with an intermediate line, like Mammoth has. It'll get more slow guys off of PW and Westy, and over time increase their customer base. Yep, everybody wins.
scvkurt03 nr22's article
May 9, 2017 at 10:16
May 9, 2017
USWE Patriot 15 and Airborne 15 Backpacks – Review
I find myself riding without a pack if at all possible, these days. That said, this seems like a rad pack!
scvkurt03 KimBrennan's article
May 5, 2017 at 9:22
May 5, 2017
Weight, What? Winners Announced
@serathestaii: Yep. I ran some WTBs (Tough, High Grip, 1150g apiece) and Flows with similar numbers, then went carbon and EXO and dropped 1.5 lbs of rotating weight. The difference in feel is astounding, but I'm in constant fear of tearing a sidewall.
scvkurt03 KimBrennan's article
May 4, 2017 at 23:12
May 4, 2017
Weight, What? Winners Announced
@bridgermurray: Looks like he's running a DD Aggressor, too. I think Enduro riders are taking weight penalties in places where it provides a bit of insurance that if stuff goes wrong, they're not SOL for the whole race.
scvkurt03 RichardCunningham's article
Apr 28, 2017 at 15:18
Apr 28, 2017
scvkurt03 RichardCunningham's article
Apr 28, 2017 at 15:13
Apr 28, 2017
Danny Hart's Mondraker Summum – Lourdes World Cup DH 2017
Loving my 27mm. So many fast guys in my area running in the mid to high 20's. Tried some 35's and found them comfy but vague. For speed and control, seems the former is the way to go.
scvkurt03 mikekazimer's article
Apr 21, 2017 at 22:09
Apr 21, 2017
Crankbrothers' New Mallet DH Pedals, 160mm Highline Dropper Post - Sea Otter 2017
Running a 175 Fall Line on a medium frame. It's the bees knees.
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