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sentinel13 RichardCunningham's article
Jun 18, 2014 at 4:11
Jun 18, 2014
Kali Maya - Affordable Half-Shell Enduro Helmet
There's WalMart in Slovenia? Or are you suggesting that HE could go to WalMart, and the "low budget" helmet that you used in the past was in fact the hollowed out watermelon that you referenced?
sentinel13 stupendousman's photo
Jun 18, 2014 at 3:31
Jun 18, 2014
I really like how all of the angle are sloping down to the right, from the sketchy rail to the lander to the train... except for the bike. Everything in the rest of the composition mimics the shape of the trees in the foreground. Nice job.

sentinel13 JCNorthshoreAM's article
Jun 5, 2014 at 1:23
Jun 5, 2014
Shocking! Mountain Bike Stolen At Gunpoint
Yet people complain about loose gun laws in the U.S. ...Some of the trails I ride are in the ..."more rural areas" of my neck of the woods, and I open carry when riding those. Half because I am genuinely worried about what I might run in to, and half because I CAN. While he was taking the time to chamber a round in that POS pistol I'd have been unloading a magazine of .45 Hydrashock hollowpoints... high quality duty rated holster and high quality, safe action firearms FTW
sentinel13 stevelloyd's photo
May 15, 2013 at 12:19
May 15, 2013
I'd say the lander is at the bottom right of the wall ride. The dirt there just looks to nice to be a natural formation in that terrain. Kinda looks like dirt tire marks heading that way too... but that might be my imagination. Definitely looks like marks on the path up.

sentinel13 csponsel's article
Mar 28, 2013 at 7:29
Mar 28, 2013
Opinion: Who Owns a Trail?
If so... I own a LOT of trail!
sentinel13 Laue's photo
Mar 20, 2013 at 20:54
Mar 20, 2013
Flight of Icarus... kbrock, I doubt there is any need for preload. Based on the video footage of his crash on this jump, I'd say there is more of a need for braking than boosting. All I know for sure is: 1.) I'll never be able to answer that question from personal experience... the POV video of his run in to this jump scares me just watching it, and, 2.) apparently there is enough air time to say, "Oh... Oh... oh my gosh, oh my gosh" (which are much nicer than the words I woulda said...).

sentinel13 fassbender's photo
Jan 16, 2013 at 11:43
Jan 16, 2013
2 comments calling it a 1/4 + yours calling it a 1/2 = full pipe. He's riding it like a full pipe... that's what my math comes up with anyway.

sentinel13 IanHylands's article
Jan 7, 2013 at 0:13
Jan 7, 2013
Sequence Saturday 46
It would seem that the sponsor (Evoc) would want to get the prize out as quickly as they could. You'd think they'd want to use the chance to get newer stuff out there for others to envy rather than have the winner of this contest get the goods 6 months after their buddies had already bought one. But what do I know? I'm still rocking my DaKine from 5 years ago... holds all of my gear, still looks good, and holds up to washing. Let's see if that fires 'em up to get their stuff out. +1 to Kamba6. I'm in the same boat... although, this is my 1st sequence response. Apparently no one rewards you for having clever thoughts. :(
sentinel13 Laue's photo
Jan 6, 2013 at 23:47
Jan 6, 2013
I'm guessing you don't have to imagine that.

sentinel13 WERTICAL's photo
May 22, 2012 at 10:33
May 22, 2012
Hey 26Street, you coulda' ended that statement @ "isn't about the trick"... everyone would have still known what you thought of it being POD material anyway. Besides that, some of us might disagree. I happen to think that it's a perfect trick for this particular photo. Any trick that left the rider's arms stretched out (other than a superman, which isn't likely to be fully extended at that height, so not even it, I suppose...) would have killed the composition. And that's what this is about... composition. The repeated angles starting from the asphalt invading the green base in the lower left, the heights/perspective of the poles, flipped bike, rider's body position, ...all focused around that green machine, floating in the gray sky, above a green base. Great capture.

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