turbohippy

I look like a hippy and I'm pretty quick on a bike, hence the nick name

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turbohippy KNOLLYBIKES's article
Jan 17, 2018 at 0:26
21 mins
Knolly Moves Entire Lineup to 157mm Spacing
36t and 38t aren't huge chainrings
turbohippy ns-bikes's article
Jan 16, 2018 at 0:37
1 days
Szymon Godziek Joins NS Bikes
26" is the future!
turbohippy LooseRiders's article
Jan 13, 2018 at 18:44
Jan 13, 2018
Must Watch: Nico Vink's End of Year Roundup is Nothing Short of Epic
I recently bought some 5 10's, I should have stuck to Vans
turbohippy Helian-Galet's video
Jan 11, 2018 at 23:29
Jan 11, 2018
video
Much better than anything on the front page today, glad that I found it, good work

turbohippy pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 10, 2018 at 16:27
Jan 10, 2018
Ultra-Short Stems, Kids' Seats For Getting Rad, a DHX2 Remote Lockout Kit, and More - Tech Briefing, January 2018
@WAKIdesigns: I posted up my fleet of bikes the other day so you can see I have quite a choice, 200 or 160mm full sus bikes and lots of hardtails. For the riding that I do, if I could only have one bike it would be the Cotic but I wouldn't have spent two weeks in the Alps if that was all I had. I'm sorry, I'm not trying to sound hardcore but unless it's a full on DH track I'd happily ride a hardtail. There aren't many DH tracks where I live so it's the right tool for me. The Banshee is my 'no excuses' bike, apart from me being scared. The nomad is a good all rounder, it's what I use for Wales and bike parks. As for getting special treatment for riding a hardtail, I leave most people behind what ever I'm riding. There's no way of saying that without sounding like a knob so I won't bother trying. I am the current xc champ for my local woods, mainly because I did all of the rounds but i usually get a podium. As for DH racing, I'm usually mid field, which I think is quite respectable, there are some damn quick lads who live for DH. I ride pretty much anything, I've only done one enduro race, mid field again but I think that the climbs should count, it was just three easy DH runs to me.
turbohippy pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 10, 2018 at 14:27
Jan 10, 2018
Ultra-Short Stems, Kids' Seats For Getting Rad, a DHX2 Remote Lockout Kit, and More - Tech Briefing, January 2018
Stand up and hammer, it's the only way to ride. Hardtails are the best for that, keep the full sus for gravity assisted riding.
turbohippy pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 10, 2018 at 7:28
Jan 10, 2018
Ultra-Short Stems, Kids' Seats For Getting Rad, a DHX2 Remote Lockout Kit, and More - Tech Briefing, January 2018
I had a mark 1 Orange patriot in 1999, with a huge 120mm of travel, sold it to buy the chameleon in 2001, which I still have. In 2011 I went to Thailand and hired a giant faith, first time on a full sus for 10 years, I could plough through anything on that so when I got back a bought a Commencal furious, which has now become a nomad and a legend. I still think that I'm a hardtail rider though
turbohippy pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 9, 2018 at 17:23
Jan 9, 2018
Ultra-Short Stems, Kids' Seats For Getting Rad, a DHX2 Remote Lockout Kit, and More - Tech Briefing, January 2018
Obviously I've ridden stuff on my Banshee and nomad that I wouldn't have done on a hardtail but there's not much a hardtail can't do, look at bmx'ers jumping off building etc
turbohippy samminnellphotography's article
Jan 9, 2018 at 11:11
Jan 9, 2018
Loose Riders' Raddest Highlights from 2017 - Video
yeah, on trails like that would be nice
turbohippy pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 9, 2018 at 11:05
Jan 9, 2018
Fat Bike Ripping – Ever Seen a Fat Bike do This?
that's how to ride them, I remember playing on one, it was great for back hops, like a space hopper
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