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styriabeef sarahmoore's article
Feb 25, 2019 at 22:38
Feb 25, 2019
styriabeef paulaston's article
Feb 7, 2019 at 13:03
Feb 7, 2019
UCI Aiming for 5 Round Snow Downhill World Cup in 2020 8:30 min [...}
styriabeef paulaston's article
Jan 14, 2019 at 14:58
Jan 14, 2019
styriabeef pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 4, 2018 at 10:22
Dec 4, 2018
Finished: Chris Akrigg Ask Me Anything
Hi Chris, in your first clips you used to ride with a cap, what I didnĀ“t really understand because of the stunts you did already back then. When and why did you change to helmets? on another note: Of all your movies - 5 I like the most! :) cheers
styriabeef PeterKaiser's article
Nov 11, 2018 at 12:32
Nov 11, 2018
styriabeef mattwragg's article
Nov 3, 2018 at 2:44
Nov 3, 2018
Interview: An Injury Update with Adrien Dailly
@ben-cathro: but it's also apparent that the younger top level riders, more and more wear upper body protection. (Bruni, Maes) especially in enduro!? It did'nt prevent their major injuries though but it seems to them the pros outweigh the cons. 5 years ago I struggled to find a good balanced ubp (protection vs. restriction) and put that down to there not being enough demand. BUT if pro athletes would (have to) wear it, close to racing development would lead towards better functioning product - so I was thinking. And knee protection undisputable has come a long way because it's intensly worn. I think that pro athletes generally are still just the grown up version of the aspiring youngsters they were, and what they saw back then remains their standard. Until someone with out of the Box thinking catches them off guard and shows the benefits. So for being a role model for one and for staying competitive for the other it would be very beneficial if athletes would wear and develop body armor that could prevent one or the other injury. And be more vocal about it. It still is branded to be uncool by athletes saying the benefits outweigh the reward, while at the same time their competition proofs that thesis to be wrong. Would like to hear your take on that.
styriabeef mikelevy's article
Oct 13, 2018 at 12:03
Oct 13, 2018
2019 Racing Rumors: Gwin Off YT, Ratboy to Cannondale, & More
It all sounds legit - except ratboys move. I understand he wanted to move, at least if I didn't get that Roskop-Martin interview totally wrong. But what could they (Cannondale ) offer him, SC couldn't? If it was money, Ratboys choices of the past seem unlogical. He also had a lot of freedom to do what he wanted already. Can Cannondale top that? Is it a combined deal for him and the 50to1 crew he didn't get with SC? Did SC want more in return for their investment and ratboy wasn't willing? After all, the 50to1 productions don't seem to be his child but more that of Lewis'. What does Loosedog do - he is at least frame spnsored by SC? I really respected Josh for what he was in the mountainbike circuit - fun, straightforward, if you understood him insightful in his interviews and concerened about following his heart rather then the mainstream. I really wonder what comes out of this...
styriabeef pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 10, 2018 at 11:17
Jun 10, 2018
Results: Leogang DH World Cup 2018
Why do they keep saying that Gwin lost time at the bottom? What I saw almost every of the top 5 lost time to him or had the same time from the last split 2 the finish. He - and later only Luca - was the only one to do the inside line before the finish table and again seemed to gain valuable time out of it.
styriabeef natedh9's article
Jun 9, 2018 at 22:52
Jun 9, 2018
Qualifying Photo Report: Working 9 to 5 - Leogang World Cup DH 2018
In Austria (as well as in france e.g.) it's a national rule that back protection is mandatory. Overrules Any governing body rules like UCIs. That said, I think I noticed many riders wearing back protection in Fort William as well. To me it makes sense if you want to stay competitive a season long and expect on or the other crash. As for neck braces, there is no rule.
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May 1, 2018 at 5:00
May 1, 2018
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