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That problem is related to two bigger problems which are: 1) too many people, and 2) too many litigious people. Even if a great trail is built legally here, buzz gets around and every storm trooper with a Monster Energy tee shirt comes to ride it. Then a storm trooper comes a little short on a gap jump and everybody gets shut out while the attorneys wring the landowner for every dime on their liability policy.
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Even here in California, where we can ride outdoors year round, I wish we had a Ray's. Rode MKE once and been dreaming of it since.
I thought of the exact same thing, NORBA Nationals. That was the year I showed up without any accommodations, thinking I could crash with Joey. He was like, "yeah, sorry dude, I'm getting laid tonight." So I slept in the back of his truck in the condo parking lot like a hobo. Also, I thought I could just show up and compete in trials, and NORBA was like, "yeah, sorry dude, registration closed like a month ago". Oh, and JJ Gregorovich was there, and I was like, "hey, JJ, what's up man!" and he was like, "yeah, sorry dude, don't talk to me."
All in all, that was an awesome trip.
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Ooops, incomplete barspin..and..land it backwards like a boss.
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MORR of this. Please.
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Damn, I do love some old Sprungs.
And that NORBA track was uuuuuuugly!
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Wish I could go. Tippie is a one-man riot. Plus, Ray's is absolutely the most fun you will ever have indoors.
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Or you could just drill your rims and run Schraders, like the North Shore huckin', not give a f##kin', bar draggin' badass that you are.
Prestas are for road bikes.
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Mo' money, mo' lawyers.
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I'm married w/ children, and therefore I ride a 5 year old Pike that I bought from Mike Ferrentino (yes that guy) for $40. Damn it's a good fork, best I ever had (well the 2002 Boxxer was pretty good too). I don't do jack to maintain the poor thing, and it just keeps sucking up big and little bumps. No leaks, creaks, or sneaks (what?). Hope it never dies, I can't afford to buy a new one for $1000!
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When I was 15, DH riders were lucky to have 2" of travel.
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I can taste the redwood duff. Big Bird, what you think?
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I feel like it's 1995 all over again.
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My Turner wants this inserted into its seat tube.
I have it on good authority that Sergey Brin rides one of these to work every day, while wearing his Google glasses.
He alone might be keeping this company alive.
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Hell yeah. I'm moving there.
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In my memory, it feels that fast. Then I see that he ran it in about 4:35. Think I'll take up stamp collecting.
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Wheeeeere can I get that bumper sticker???
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Just an armchair engineer talking here, the small splines look weak but there are so many of them that they spread the shear load over more of them. Maybe?
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