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stiingya jamessmurthwaite's article
May 27, 2020 at 12:22
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Randoms From the VR Taipei Cycle Show 2020
Can I add like three of those babies "inline" on some cheap ass brakes and get DH performance??? :)
stiingya jamessmurthwaite's article
May 26, 2020 at 22:12
23 hours
Millyard's Hyper Ride Shock Returns
@angard008: Those are all very good points. Still not gonna run 45PSI in my mountain bike tires... :)
stiingya danielsapp's article
May 26, 2020 at 16:11
1 days
Mountain Biker Attacked by Grizzly Bear Near Big Sky, Montana
@mybaben: Zombie Hillbillies of course... :) It was people, not bears that are the issue in "most" of the lower 48. Actually, i gotta admit that with all the stories, articles, etc. I thought there was a lot more instances of murder/violence on the AP trail. I saw only 11 murders since they started tracking it in the 70's. (course 11 is kinda scary, but I guess the trail goes through 14 states so that's a lotta trail...)
stiingya danielsapp's article
May 26, 2020 at 15:06
1 days
Mountain Biker Attacked by Grizzly Bear Near Big Sky, Montana
@Cyberhatter: "Bear spray is more effective than the gun you will be willing to carry ridding a bike." I think that's the more accurate point between bear spray and firearms. Obviously people kill bears every year with firearms, even handguns. So pretty sure they are also effective! But even a Glock 29 etc. Is still a lot of weight to ride with in a place you can get to it reasonably fast. (that chest holster above is perfect for hiking, but to be 100% for mountain biking it would need additional retention IMO) @MikeyMT: No doubt we'd all be shitting bricks during a bear attack and have a much greater chance with a dispersing cloud of spray VS hitting a head shot, etc. AND hopefully the intent is just to get the bear to go away. BUT if I lived in Alaska, or I guess Montana, then I think I'd consider carrying BOTH!
stiingya danielsapp's article
May 26, 2020 at 14:40
1 days
Mountain Biker Attacked by Grizzly Bear Near Big Sky, Montana
@dodgerpuppy: How many people have been killed or gone missing on the Appalachian trail?
stiingya mikelevy's article
May 26, 2020 at 14:30
1 days
First Look: Roval's 1,240 Gram Wheels Are Designed to Protect Your Tires
@clink83: AND... this article is about a XC wheelset with a 29IW rim => for the WIN! BUT... I was mostly just joking around. :)
stiingya mikelevy's article
May 26, 2020 at 11:07
1 days
First Look: Roval's 1,240 Gram Wheels Are Designed to Protect Your Tires
@High-Life: but 26 ID, eeeewwwwwwww (shudddders)
stiingya mikelevy's article
May 26, 2020 at 11:04
1 days
First Look: Roval's 1,240 Gram Wheels Are Designed to Protect Your Tires
@rickybobby18: AGREE... if you build a bike too heavy or too light you'll end up on the wrong bike too often. Who wants to run into their friends shuttling and end up tip toeing down the trail on pins and needles cause you don't won't to break your near three thousand dollar wheelset while everyone else gets stuck waiting for you at the bottom... MEH!
stiingya mikelevy's article
May 26, 2020 at 11:00
1 days
First Look: Roval's 1,240 Gram Wheels Are Designed to Protect Your Tires
I'd have to bring 2 wheel sets cause I typically change where I'm riding when I head out... :)
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