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First of all, well done! Second, that's strange...it's working fine for me. Have you tried clearing out cookies and connecting again? Or try another web browser perhaps.
Well then, we're 2 rounds in - how is your team doing? We have almost 300 members in the Vital Mini League, here is the current top ten: Dirt Fantasy Vital MTB Mini League
My 2006 Isuzu DMAX. It's got 400,000 kms on the clock, has had most things replaced/repaired at some point, and it keeps on hauling bikes up hills and taking me to rad places!
Well I don't work in a shop, but I do a lot of wrenching, and here's my word of warning to anybody with a well-equipped workshop and the know-how to fix bikes: don't tell the neighbors.
Y'all may know a thing or two about wrenching but that is the most impressive collection of badly taken photographs I have seen in a long time. LOL! Keep shredding!
It looks like it's taking them a lot of time to update all the points. Maybe because it's the first race. Give a couple of days to see if it sorts itself out.
Nico Vink has an 80-footer at LooseFest. Send it deep and you could still make it!
From TLD: "Not sure what the politically correct thing to say here is, but, we are a pretty open and honest brand, so here goes. Having Sam Hill in another brand of gear...sucks. Sam has been with us for over a decade, and when we lost him in gear (2014) ... more »
The more talk the better!
News from Morpheus with the creation of a couple of DH teams and signing up Dakotah Norton: There's nothing more exciting than seeing a rider on the come up. We root for the underdog because we see something special and wish for them to challenge the
Because people in the US can now order up to $800 of goods from big overseas retailers and not pay import taxes when the shipment enters the US. Before, the limit was $200...
Brake levers and handlebar, both the angles of the bar itself as well as the rotation in the stem. Other than that, I often try to just ride what's under me on the day to see how many issues come from me sucking as opposed to failure to twist some dial.
I've been playing with gradually rotating my levers flatter and flatter, and it feels more and more natural to do so. I really do like the feeling of bent wrists and more pressure on the palm area. I also find it helps when riding really steep terrain, ... more »
I spend about 20-30% of my riding time goofing around on my local freeride/jump trails, for lack of a better word (home made bike park?). The rest, AM/Enduro/trail...basically going places where I can either climb to get some fun runs in, or to longer ... more »
I *could* pedal to a couple of riding areas without too much trouble, but I live on the top of a hill without any trails on it so that just adds a road climb to the end of any pedal-out ride. The good spots are anywhere from 10 minutes to 1 hour away ... more »
Hi! Since you are talking about a DC fork, I assume you are considering getting into a bit rowdier riding? This bike was not really built for much in terms of burly tracks and/or airtime, but it will allow you to get out and learn and have fun on the ... more »
Here is the full list of teams and riders registered for the 2016 UCI MTB DH World Cup season, with a little discussion and analysis thrown in for good measure: http://www.vitalmtb.com/news/news/2016-World-Cup-DH-Team-Publication,952.
Not racing per se, but confirmation of one of mountain biking's biggest names staying where we've always seen him. TBH, it's hard to imagine him wearing anything else by now... PRESS RELEASE: Troy Lee Designs and Brandon Semenuk are happy to announce
TAKE A LESSON, YOU IDIOT. Sorry for the all-CAPS, I'm shouting at me 10 years ago. I'm still hoping I can hear me. #timetravel