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rode in Trail Bluffs. view ridelog
Oct 19, 2017 at 17:54
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quotes Our Time Hill Come
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rode in Trail Bluffs. view ridelog
Oct 18, 2017 at 20:50
2 days
quotes Ichi the Hiller
10.2 km - 01:04
rode in Trail Bluffs. view ridelog
Oct 16, 2017 at 18:01
Oct 16, 2017
quotes The Day the Earth Stood... Hill
10.1 km - 01:02
rode in Trail Bluffs. view ridelog
Oct 16, 2017 at 16:53
Oct 16, 2017
quotes Afternoon Ride
10.0 km - 01:05
rode in Monte Christo - KC. view ridelog
Oct 15, 2017 at 17:00
Oct 15, 2017
quotes Full Monty
14.4 km - 01:55 - 2 achievements
snl1200 mikelevy's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 15:08
Oct 13, 2017
Poll - How Clean is EWS Racing?
Hey remember that one guy? An American lad... a little light on one side of the saddle if you know what I mean... sold a whole lot of bracelets...potentially the largest doping scandal in the sporting world... won some race in France a couple of times?
snl1200 mikelevy's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 15:03
Oct 13, 2017
Poll - How Clean is EWS Racing?
I'm a little surprised that so many people believe %100 that there is doping. I think if you were to build a Lego creation of what it would take to win an elite level Enduro race absolutely there would be some blocks where pharmacology could boost performance. However, I think compared to a road race, there are so many other factors involved such as line choice, technique, creativity, bike performance, trail conditions... I'm not convinced doping would be a risk worth taking. I'd love to believe that Sam Hill's ability to add up seconds over a section through creative lines goes way further. Are there guys on the EWS fitter than Hill? I would bet a whole lot of money that there are... but they didn't beat him. I don't believe the guy with the most efficient, powerful or durable physiological necessarily takes an Enduro win. Either way if it does create an unfair advantage for some than I hope it's not happening...I'm just not sure that would work the same in Enduro.
snl1200 mikelevy's article
Oct 13, 2017 at 11:44
Oct 13, 2017
Humbled: Mike Levy vs Brendan Fairclough - Video
That dropping of the outside leg can be a hard habit to change. I know in working on it that my challenge is that the actual position of the foot has very little to do with the effectiveness of the position. If you tentatively drop the outside foot but maintain your weight over the inside foot and the center of the bike I think it can destabilize you even more because that inside pedal won't support as cleanly in a raised position. Those times where I can get my hips outside, drive that inside leg into the corner, drop the frame so the seat is pushing into my inside thigh and commit my weight to that dropped outer leg I really feel those side knobs driving into the ground and way more control... it's just a strange thing to learn to trust. IME. Such rad advice and insight from Brendon. All of his points were super insightful and helpful things. I really liked and learned a lot from that. More please!
rode in Monte Christo - KC. view ridelog
Oct 12, 2017 at 22:30
Oct 12, 2017
quotes Zero dark dirty
18.9 km - 02:45 - 1 achievements
rode in Trail Bluffs. view ridelog
Oct 11, 2017 at 17:30
Oct 11, 2017
quotes Hard to Hill
10.0 km - 01:05
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