About two months ago, I was night riding with a group of buddies, taking up the rear on the pedal out (I was like a quarter-mile behind... slooowww) through a wide meadow in a canyon, with a river running through it and knee-high grass lining the trail. ... more »
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Reply to Trail Encounters 8/4/2015 5:05 PM
Yikes, rolling up on an unconscious rider never even occurred to me. My girlfriend has my main riding buddies phone numbers incase I don't hit her up after a solo ride, that way if I don't answer my phone she can call them and let them know I'm missing
Reply to need help getting started. 7/31/2015 12:04 PM
For your budget, I'd look for a used bike that's a few seasons old. You'll likely get more bang for your buck. Start looking locally, so you can check the bike out in person before purchasing.
Reply to V10 chainstay growth 7/26/2015 4:11 PM
Short cage with a 1x setup on the V10 will be fine, just make sure to mind your chain length when you cut the chain (as you would with any bike).
Reply to medium or large 7/20/2015 2:40 PM
At 5'9 you're more than likely a med, unless you like really big bikes.
Reply to Newish to MTB/ New to Racing 7/17/2015 9:43 PM
Well get out there and race! The Enduro Evo is a capable bike for sure, even if it's not a full blown DH bike. If you get more serious about it after a season pick up a DH bike. For now, just find a local(ish) DH race and enter. Not much else to it than ... more »
Reply to Riding Trail / XC without a chamois? 7/17/2015 9:21 PM
EXOFFICIO UNDERWEAR WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. Seriously though, best $25, yes... $25 I've ever spent.
Reply to Newish to MTB/ New to Racing 7/13/2015 10:51 AM
Reply to X01 deraileur problem 7/12/2015 12:05 PM
I'd take it into your LBS and tell them what's going on and see if they can warranty it though SRAM. This is a known problem I've seen in the past so they should take care of you.
Reply to Enduro My Bike? 7/10/2015 7:57 PM
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Reply to medium or large 7/9/2015 10:04 AM
Can't give you any insight specifically on the 303 regarding size other than... well... the large will be longer by about 25mm for the reach. How tall are you?
Reply to Your History in Mountain Biking - Photo Edition 7/9/2015 8:55 AM
Dude, 3 bikes in only a year and a half! Killin it! I dig the Raleigh, kinda makes me want to build up a hardtail trail slayer for myself!
New thread Your History in Mountain Biking - Photo Edition 7/8/2015 11:18 AM
Thought this would be a cool way to show the progression in bikes over the years and our own progression along the way. Time to dig deep into your photo archives! I've been riding bikes pretty much since I could walk. BMX bikes until my early 20's when
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Reply to manualing a 29er 6/18/2015 8:14 PM
You could always try this:
Reply to Jumping big and small ramps and Obstacles 6/18/2015 8:01 PM
Check out this quick tutorial on jumping. Start small and work your way up is my best advice to you.
Reply to Biking injuries 6/18/2015 5:40 PM
After reading peoples lingering injuries also being missed w/ no doctor visits, I'm now blaming that on my lingering pains, not age. I've missed a broken elbow, finger, hand, ribs and separated shoulder... all of which still give me problems. Funny story ... more »
Reply to Biking injuries 6/16/2015 12:39 PM
I'm not really old yet, only 31 years young but I've already noticed lingering injuries the past 5 years or so. Seperated my shoulder about 7 years ago, which now pops when I rotate it. Same with my knee walking down stairs, pops every stair. Wrists, ... more »
Reply to YT USA Support & Info 6/11/2015 1:34 PM
You guys spoke and YT listened. Check it out: YT announces the Capra AL1 will soon be available in XL - http://www.vitalmtb.com/news/press-release/YT-Industries-Releases-the-Capra-AL1-in-Extra-Large,1184
Reply to Too rough for carbon? 6/2/2015 9:24 AM
What kind of rim was it that you cracked? We've been interested in the durability of the "less-expensive" carbon hoop varieties out there now and just might have to buy ourselves a set, for science of course.