t-stoff

1997' GT Zaskar : 2014' GT Sensor Carbon Pro : 2017' GT Grade Carbon, 2017' GT Bump: 2016 GT Zaskar LTD - sort of MTBing since 1994

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t-stoff vernonfelton's article
Nov 2, 2017 at 16:44
Nov 2, 2017
Shred Short Stack RES Helmet - Review
@SKIGAN14: yeap, I also do! I think he just goes in hard on twitter and he makes a fool out of himself, I don't know, well, but this people we grow up loving are just too big to just be left by themselves exposed, PR's should be first and protect them from their frustrations and anger. Anyway, let's hope for a brilliant season and Olympics! All the best for your races! ;)
t-stoff vernonfelton's article
Nov 2, 2017 at 10:34
Nov 2, 2017
Shred Short Stack RES Helmet - Review
@SKIGAN14: I think Marcel has nothing to prove now and it wouldn't be a race that would matter, and if you check the damages that the rough weather did in Austria you would understand, winds in excess 100km/h+ and such. You can also see the outrage of most of the guys (from all nationality's) who replied to his tweeter tantrum - basically that this whole thing was nonsense. And btw Markus Waldner, FIS Chief Race Director, is Italian. Ah, and of course they can predict, most of the weather forecast is really accurate, at least from what I've experienced in the Alps. I'm sure is friendly most of the times, but is attitude has nothing to do with most other skiers who normally avoid politics and conspiracy. That's one thing I like alpine skiing, I don't need to be a fan of this and that because of the great mood and spirits that they transmit. Well, most of them.
t-stoff vernonfelton's article
Nov 2, 2017 at 9:56
Nov 2, 2017
Shred Short Stack RES Helmet - Review
@TheR: he only stands behind if it's his product, I recall when another fellow skier life was saved because of a new tech, an airbag developed by Dainese, and Ted went on saying that the Dainese airbag was what injured the athlete. Surprise surprise, shred does is own type of protection. Recently is he's all conspiracy theory because a race was canceled and the reigning world champion was injured and couldn't make it. He's nothing like the rest of the skiers, only bad vibes and intrigue. He's an ass.
t-stoff vernonfelton's article
Nov 2, 2017 at 9:43
Nov 2, 2017
Shred Short Stack RES Helmet - Review
flashback http://www.bikepro.com/products/helmets/giro/giro_jpg/giro_rico_corn_burg_15.jpg
t-stoff fssphotography's article
Oct 31, 2017 at 14:19
Oct 31, 2017
E-Enduro Race Series Finale, Varazze
"The overall winners on the podium, well-deserved results that required skill, fitness and an e-bike." sarcasm?
t-stoff mattwragg's article
Oct 19, 2017 at 15:52
Oct 19, 2017
One Question: Does Mountain Biking Need the UCI?
Yeh they should ask the average joe who barely manages his relationship and social life to argue about a sport he follows from his mancave. /s Things are a little more complicated than "big corporations" "fuck that" "we can do it on our own", at the end of the day you still have to manage people sell tv licences, get sponsors, profit and sustain a business. well, grown up stuff.
t-stoff mikekazimer's article
Oct 12, 2017 at 14:43
Oct 12, 2017
The Mountain Bike Technology Wishlist - Opinion
the flat pedal thing is getting out of hand, like its the messias or something:| love the guy, hate some of the crowd, they look like they have nothing to hold on to.
t-stoff GTBicycles's article
Oct 6, 2017 at 5:55
Oct 6, 2017
Wyn Masters Rides Leogang Up and Down - Video
@WAKIdesigns: yeap, I gave my thoughts to the organization, they just said "ooh but they weren't given official timing and ranking, so it doesn't matter to you". Silly. Maybe they were just caught off guard by this new trend. Anyway!
t-stoff GTBicycles's article
Oct 6, 2017 at 5:28
Oct 6, 2017
Wyn Masters Rides Leogang Up and Down - Video
@WAKIdesigns: agree with all, except "We need to speak in realistic terms, and call things for what they really are, not toss slurs that taste dehumanization or hind behind some silly environmental morals." We can do both. Cause everything you stated is in fact truth but it carry consequences (beyond the laws, industries and money) to the sport and environment, to the people who are in, and people who in the future will - if it doesn't go extinct lol. I can say that because, well let me give you an soul crushing example: the last time I raced on XC "amateurish" kinda thing, there were a couple of people on ebikes that shouted "left!", "right" on difficult climbs, and you know what they did besides anger on some of the rides who tought "well lets make it easy for another fellow competitor much better than me"? They provoked comments like "wow, that's my next bike, I'me done" instead of what in other past times would, like "I should train more, I want to be like that guy". See the change? That's what worries me also, and its important if you care about the sport, I care, at least in what it used to be the basis. Maybe in the future will only envy the watts and no the effort and commitment of the individual. On another note, yeap, you're absolutely right, MTB brands will be crushed on a game they decided to play. If the motorbike industrie comes to the game exploring that gap, they're finished. Road cycling is much more wiser, they close all the doors to some innovation that may kill some of their market - they also have more money.
t-stoff GTBicycles's article
Oct 6, 2017 at 1:12
Oct 6, 2017
Wyn Masters Rides Leogang Up and Down - Video
@cliffdroper: yeap, and all this is trying to solve a problem that wasn't there and no one asked - and I'm not talking about commuting. It's opening a can of worms for nothing. Not to mention that we're motorizing yet another sport when there's so many out there who cover the same principles and spirit; nature, adrenaline, engine, uphill, long distances. I could recall a couple. It's just a futile exercise in waste of resources, energy and subversion of a sport.
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