yeti85

Used to race DH now I like to ride up, where there is no lift access for the epic trails.

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yeti85 danielsapp's article
Sep 15, 2019 at 23:02
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Final Results: DH - US Open 2019
Cool to see Claire still got it!
yeti85 ASSOSofSwitzerland's article
Sep 14, 2019 at 1:38
Sep 14, 2019
Video: Exploring Alpine Flow Trails in Engadin, Switzerland
I'm more than happy to accept that my bike (s) cost more than my car/van...but in this video their clothes cost more than the van.
yeti85 jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 11, 2019 at 0:15
Sep 11, 2019
The UCI Responds to Questions Over Brook Macdonald Evacuation Delays
This is BS....if you're gonna hold such an event and you know the legislation is as described, you get a private heli on-site to be on stand-by. I cannot conceive, that in the land where the UCI is based, you get heli rescue almost anywhere and more UNreachable places in 30min or less for anyone.
yeti85 jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 2, 2019 at 22:57
Sep 2, 2019
Rotor Confirms Full Details of 1x13 Drivetrain
@tacklingdummy: you'll blend in with the german/austrian tourists
yeti85 sarahmoore's article
Aug 23, 2019 at 23:32
Aug 23, 2019
Video: Red Bull's 'The Honest Truth About Competitive Bans in Enduro MTB' - On Track with Greg Callaghan
@WAKIdesigns: nah I actually just call him a cheater. I do believe he loves cycling and would be cool to drink a beer with, but a cheater non the less.
yeti85 edspratt's article
Aug 23, 2019 at 23:23
Aug 23, 2019
EWS Announces Qualified Riders for the Trophy of Nations
@BudGreen: i thought it was mmmmmeeeerrricaa
yeti85 mikelevy's article
Aug 21, 2019 at 23:33
Aug 21, 2019
Review: Santa Cruz's All-New Tallboy Trail Bike
@ericoras: I can only tell you, that in my experience, with over 3000 km on it in all kinds of weather, it holds up extremely well. Specially in the conditions you mention, when it's really muddy. And you're just speculating, I can tell you from experience...the shock is very well protected there.
yeti85 mikelevy's article
Aug 20, 2019 at 22:32
Aug 20, 2019
Review: Santa Cruz's All-New Tallboy Trail Bike
@ericoras: it is true that external routing makes for super quick pit stops to get a spare brake on. But then I only know a handful of guys with spare brakes. The big majority of people, doesn't have a spare brake at home to do a quick swap and will either try to bleed themselves or just bring it to a bike shop.
yeti85 mikelevy's article
Aug 20, 2019 at 3:24
Aug 20, 2019
Review: Santa Cruz's All-New Tallboy Trail Bike
@Jeff197206: that's a real shame for the brand. Your friend should write directly to Santa Cruz USA through the website and describe his issue. In my experience, this sort of thing is not tolerated by Santa Cruz, but they can only act if they know about it.
yeti85 mikelevy's article
Aug 20, 2019 at 3:09
Aug 20, 2019
Review: Santa Cruz's All-New Tallboy Trail Bike
@Antoncor: really?...All I see from Spain are Orbea's that fall apart and don't get their warranty covered and the super sexy but hyper exclusive Unno's. All while I see Santa's shredding hard in the alps. By the way, was lucky to be able to ride in Ainsa this summer with my Bronson. All pedal assisted and the trails were amazing.
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