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Nov 26, 2023 at 16:28
Nov 26, 2023
quotes Maybeeee last ride on the sentinel…
11.7 km - 00:39 - 1 achievements
snl1200 edspratt's article
Nov 20, 2023 at 11:08
Nov 20, 2023
Slack Randoms: MTBs in Cybertrucks, Pizza Oven-Equipped eBikes, $925 Towel Skirts & More
I think the problem is not dogs...or music... but rather empathy and trying to exist in space in a way that doesn't negatively impact the experience of others regardless of your assumed rights. If you can ride with a high likelihood of not negatively impacting others experience and no major risks than less of an issue. If your assumption is others should cater to your use of the public space in a way that negatively impacts their experience- whether it's dogs, ebikes, music, trail braiding etc.- to me it is all spokes from the same hub and you are the issue. I ride with a dog from time to time- but am very mindful of his potential impact on others and have worked hard to keep him out of others way, happy to have him heel and pull off the trail with me for other users. We also spent a lot of time training him to ride safely with us and live in an area where I can pick trails mindful potential impact on others with lots of space and low likelihood of high traffic (bump into one-two groups on the trail typically). He loves biking potentially more than me and am happy he gets to enjoy it. More than happy to leave him at home though. Ride your bike and don't be a d@#k.
snl1200 ericolsen's article
Nov 17, 2023 at 9:57
Nov 17, 2023
Review: LoamLab Counterpunch Hand Protecting Grips
Yeah I would wonder about an extended version (continuing the curve inward over the pinky) to have less risk of snagging the thing when turning the bars in tight circumstances. In my early teens we all had "bull horns" (early-mid 90's...geez I feel old)... often metallic purple or blue haha. I remember liking the hand positions when climbing but do remember OTBing (the 71 degree HT angles of the era made it a far more common occurrence) and having them tear up by thighs and legs (or once or twice the smashing the groin)... or stomach if ejected into the bars. Hence not recommending a forward extension. A low profile curve over the pinky could dual purpose of protection and additional grip options...
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Nov 14, 2023 at 16:23
Nov 14, 2023
snl1200 henryquinney's article
Nov 14, 2023 at 15:13
Nov 14, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: Aaron Gwin on Winning, Team-Swaps and What He Would Give for a Rainbow Jersey
Great work- I love that Gwin talked about how when he showed up to the broadcast box that others had a bunch of resources as paid broadcaster. I found it funny as I felt Gwin added 93-99.99999999999% more insight that the other two commenters whenever he was in the box. Shout out to Gwin and really shows how well he knows his craft. I hope he races next year but if for some reason he can't I sure hope he comes back to commentating. He crushed it.
snl1200 henryquinney's article
Nov 13, 2023 at 23:38
Nov 13, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: Aaron Gwin on Winning, Team-Swaps and What He Would Give for a Rainbow Jersey
Expected a bit more spirituality based on the warning. I'm on the "I doubt it but open to surprises" side of the agnostic wing of spirituality; however have always wondered the interplay between spirituality and constructs that make people perform at high levels in sports. For example, I'm curious if the belief that "it is all [insert diety's] plan" reduces felt anxiety in the moment and performance pressure- much like well trained mindfulness- and can have benefits. Also, the confidence of a plan or pre-ordination must also play into it. Not at all a ridiculing or looking down on thing- just a curiosity. As someone who has dabbled in a bunch of sports psychology over the years and performance coaching I try to draw lines between the things we know work. Gwin is a legend and has done so much for the sport. Always happy to hear him talk about how he achieved the things he did. All the best with the new bike park!
Nov 12, 2023 at 16:29
Nov 12, 2023
quotes Lunch Mountain Bike Ride
12.3 km - 00:52 - 1 achievements
Nov 12, 2023 at 16:23
Nov 12, 2023
quotes Tis the season
11.6 km - 00:40 - 2 achievements
Oct 28, 2023 at 17:33
Oct 28, 2023
quotes Well that time is inaccurate. KC/uppermilky/spring… lower milky closed/tree down on spring…
10.6 km - 00:48
snl1200 mattbeer's article
Oct 27, 2023 at 16:31
Oct 27, 2023
Jackalope Bikes' KangaRabbit 150 Uses 3VO Suspension
Love the look and craftmanship! The name scares me a bit and makes me imagine some terrifying rebound characteristics
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