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thejake edspratt's article
Jun 28, 2020 at 8:20
Jun 28, 2020
Video: Luke Strobel Shreds the PNW
@corvus1: I’m pretty sure he wasn’t a paid rider but more of an employee that did some rad promo videos. Probably got a better paying job at Specialized is my guess.
thejake danielsapp's article
Jun 7, 2020 at 14:00
Jun 7, 2020
Bike Check: Neko Mulally's Intense M29: Downhill Southeast - Windrock 2020
What do you guys think looks good? I feel like this bike looks fast and dead sexy not moving. I’m not even a fan of Intense bikes. Also if you don’t like the white Fox lowers let’s put some orange ones on there, that will really clash. Personally I wish more pro riders would paint the fork to match the bike, that looks factory. All these signature colors for forks now days is a little over the top.
thejake remymetailler's article
May 31, 2020 at 16:48
May 31, 2020
Video: Building and Riding a New Rock Slab Line with Remy Metailler
You do understand that hospitals have record low numbers right now right? Don’t think it’s irresponsible to do or to post
thejake remymetailler's article
May 31, 2020 at 12:34
May 31, 2020
Video: Building and Riding a New Rock Slab Line with Remy Metailler
I’m not familiar with what happened in Iceland but being that he ended on a existing trail I’m going to assume trail building in the area is ok. Also as a resident of Washington I can tell you that the vegetation in the PNW grows fast, I bet that line looks like no one ever touched it in ten years if this ends up being the one and only time it is ridden, which it won’t.
thejake remymetailler's article
May 31, 2020 at 8:39
May 31, 2020
Video: Building and Riding a New Rock Slab Line with Remy Metailler
When he says “it’s the scariest thing I’ve done” that translates to “Id crap my pants and probably die”
thejake mikekazimer's article
May 26, 2020 at 6:37
May 26, 2020
Check Out: Manual Machines, Plastic Pedals, Body Armor, Camo Seats, & More
Yeah you could make that at home, looks like all you need is a table saw, router, jig saw, palm sander, screw gun and a place to work. Then the plywood, grip tape, glue, screws and some various other stuff. Then you can spend all day Saturday messing around and probably have something. Since most people would rather have their Saturday free and they don’t want to drop $1500 bucks on tools they will rarely use I think $250 is a pretty good deal.
thejake jamessmurthwaite's article
May 8, 2020 at 22:00
May 8, 2020
Revenue Round Up: Tumultuous Times in a Coronavirus-Affected First Quarter
Sales is the dollar amount of product sold. Revenue is the profit. So if Shimano sold less product but more of it was the product that had less mark up then revenue is reduced more. Also a lot of companies are facing additional costs during COVID19: additional cleaning, paying staff full salty even though production is down, etc. So that could also lead to the difference in profits vs sales.
thejake sarahmoore's article
Apr 17, 2020 at 11:45
Apr 17, 2020
Social Round Up: 8 Athletes Show Off Their Quarantine Talents
I have heard that, not lay offs though just who wants to take some time off kind of deal.
thejake mikekazimer's article
Apr 11, 2020 at 11:18
Apr 11, 2020
Field Trip: YT's $2,299 Jeffsy Base 29 - A Value Packed All-Rounder
@KJP1230: I haven’t been watching the videos but I’m guessing some of these slower laps might be either the first run of the day or later in the day when the rider is tired. I imagine doing timed results for bike testing is very difficult because it’s so reliant on how well the rider is doing not necessarily on how well the equipment is preforming.
thejake pinkbikeoriginals's article
Apr 10, 2020 at 15:03
Apr 10, 2020
Video: Friday Fails #113
Doesn’t look like it
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