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texican pinkbikeoriginals's article
Sep 6, 2019 at 6:31
Sep 6, 2019
Video: Friday Fails #85
Anyone who has ever fatbiked can relate to 1:16. Classic.
texican Hazzard-Racing's article
Feb 21, 2019 at 6:08
Feb 21, 2019
Video: Hazzard Racing Kicks Off With Orange Bikes, Steep Turns, & Jesus
Jesus: turning air into brake fluid since 0 A.D.
texican pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 11, 2018 at 7:20
Jul 11, 2018
Video: The First Race Day - The Privateer Episode 3
Agreed. I race XC, but this happened to me before. 1 year I got 4th in my category, then the next year I got 4th also, despite shaving 4:00 off of my time from the previous year. Needless to say, with my time I would have gotten 2nd on the first year with that time. More peeps, more talent, or just more people who show up on the day.
texican davidarthur's article
Jul 2, 2018 at 11:27
Jul 2, 2018
Review: Intense Sniper XC Elite
@brianpark: I think that it would be nice to have a XC focused review for XC bikes. I don't mind some of the comments about droppers or wider bars, it reflects the changing nature of XC. It would be nice to dive into a little more of how something handles on technical climbs too. I would apply this litmus test- Would you say the same thing if the table were reversed? i.e. "This downhill bike is great, but I really wish that it had less travel and pedaled like an XC bike." It's the kind of statement that is pretty much useless. I don't mind saying "this bike is capable of stuff beyond XC." Allot of bikes are starting to blur the lines. But if you are looking at a short travel XCis bike, it should be reviewed as though that's going to be how it's ridden. I wouldn't mind some lap times to look at, or things that could be changed to remedy handling problems such as a longer stem for climbing. Anyway, my two cents. Still a very good review. :)
texican danielsapp's article
Jun 15, 2018 at 9:08
Jun 15, 2018
Review: NX Eagle - SRAM's New Affordable 12-Speed Drivetrain
@recon311: The only dentist I know has a 2007 Gary Fisher paragon, mostly OEM spec. The frame and paint job are worn and dented. Maybe dentists spend their money on cool dental tools?
texican sarahmoore's article
May 26, 2018 at 11:12
May 26, 2018
Video Highlights: World Cup Short Track in Nove Mesto
He had already guaranteed himself a front row spot, and he isn't as much of a sprinter, better to save the energy for the main race.
texican Jamesy-Boy's article
Apr 6, 2018 at 11:09
Apr 6, 2018
Top EWS Riders Learn the Lay of the Land in Israel
@ziv2102: This is pretty cool! I'm sorry if I didn't come off as saying the real picture is more diverse. I'm one of the lucky who has traveled on their own in the area. One day I will go back, you can't ever go once. I wish they would have met this group for their trip, that would have been really neat!
texican Jamesy-Boy's article
Apr 6, 2018 at 11:03
Apr 6, 2018
Top EWS Riders Learn the Lay of the Land in Israel
@shaked: I do agree, it's something I failed to mention in my earlier post. Those guys were crazy extremists. Most people just want a decent life, a enough money to spend on a bike or eating out every once and a while and a decent house. As many have said, it is more complex, and to be honest, I would probably run into the limit on how much you could write in a post if I could express how I felt. I don't normally comment as it is, but this area has been close to my heart. Thanks for sharing.
texican Jamesy-Boy's article
Apr 6, 2018 at 3:20
Apr 6, 2018
Top EWS Riders Learn the Lay of the Land in Israel
Enjoyed this article. I spent many years as a kid in Egypt and Jordan, and visited Israel and the Palestinian Territories(West Bank) on a long weekend. I always thought the terrain would be good for some riding. I don't think I would go back though- my only experience with settlers directly was watching them walk down the street in Hebron with guns drawn, and watching a small fence which split a street in two. On one side, Palestinians only, on the other, Israelis. I felt transported to the segregated south or apartheid South Africa. It was also quite expensive to leave there, I recall the exit tax, regardless of nationality, was something like $80, which most likely goes to the government, not the local MTB community. I hope one day there is an article where you get to meet some Palestinian Mountain bikers and we can all shred together. Also, as a side note, you guys should try Jordan. It has to have some awesome trails too.
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Mar 22, 2018 at 8:55
Mar 22, 2018
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