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I have to tell you: there is one other MTB specific shop in PDX> 100 bucks a day, or 125 for two days. Southern Oregon has rad rad rad riding enough to keep you busy for 3 days, if you shuttle mt a, you do get that "takes all day to decend" feeling. ... more »
Doesn't "yeah boy" remind you guys of the silly edit with brook McDonald ?? Plus I don't know what's up with his contract.. guess they coulda just used a bulldog though.....
and if your looking for that international license form: https://www.usacycling.org/forms/intl_license.pdf word up racer homies!
just found this in the middle of application for domestic license: Pro licenses cannot be purchased using this application. Please use an international license application. guess that answers my question. hope it helps yall too!
who in their right mind DOESNT want a world cup in their backyard??? And lets be real- its called the WORLD cup. if the europeans (UCI) want to call it that, they ought to understand that it needs to go AROUND THE WORLD. otherwise its just a regional ... more »
we are so lucky to have a 2011 like we just had. 2012 is going to be zany. weather could be weird too, cuz china has those new laser beams that start and stop rain. i want to see strobel killlll'em all this year. but this is a very tough season to predict. ... more »
i like the idea of freestyle events where a real 6-7 inch travel FR bike is the best weapon. these bikes are so amazing!!! and bmx is making mtb look chumpish right now- we need to showcase what our techno-interweb-babble has got us!
its easy to say fad. i understand that. lets look at the whole of this sport and see where there is potential growth. both in exposure and sales, and culture, and marketability. its the dh, the slopestyle, and the enduro. rather than live in the olympic ... more »
if you look back to what Terje Haakonsen did in snowbaording with the Arctic Challenge. dealing with the issues that arose from big time entities like the FIS and the USAC- it makes a lot of sense for riders to take back the direction of their sport. ... more »
lycra is fast. baggy is comfy. pajamas are for sleeping. downhill mountain biking has a soul of its own. lets go fast and big. wear what you want. screw em all!