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Reply to History Lesson - Early Indoor Mountain Biking 12/20/2011 4:02 PM

Does anyone remember when the halftime show at the LA Supercross was a mountain bike race? Tomac and all the tough guys were there; I was so stoked for the race, but from the stands it looked like they barely made it around the track. All the moto fans ... more »

Reply to History Lesson - Myles Rockwell Interview 12/15/2011 8:17 AM

Fat tire fest at Squaw Valley, four-up DH racing, mid 90s: I remember Myles riding straight across a dirt-road switchback, right over what seemed like crazy rocks and mayhem. For me, that was a pivotal moment. Like, wow, you can ride over stuff like ... more »

Reply to Sea Otter just around the corner 4/3/2011 9:15 PM

I'll be there to build the pro pump track and hopefully race some DS and DH. Pro pump event is being called Speed and Style. We're building mirror tracks with big, trickable jumps. Riders will race head to head with time bonuses for best style. It's ... more »

Reply to History Lesson- Rob Warner from Sprung 5 3/2/2011 10:39 PM

Joyful! That makes me happy. (The riding, not the beach scene.)

Reply to 1 1/8 Angleset - Do you want it? 2/18/2011 8:06 AM

Yes! To slacken Captain America, my experimental Stumpjumper HT EVO-R pump track/trail weapon. http://www.leelikesbikes.com/captain-america.html

Reply to Is 4X dying? 2/11/2011 7:38 AM

Good (by today's standards) 4X tracks are too expensive for most promoters to build. While a BMX track can deliver value over years, most 4X tracks have to recoup their costs in a weekend. That's not possible -- unless we racers are willing to pay $hundreds ... more »

Reply to Flats On Your Trail Bike? 2/9/2011 12:22 PM

For many years I went back and forth based on situation: flats for pump/jump, clips for trail/road. Lately I'm liking flats for everything. My Tricross has flats. I ride it all the time on the trainer and road, and I'm climbing the hill to my house 20% ... more »

Reply to trail bike stem length? 12/30/2010 7:46 AM

5' 9" Medium Stumpjumper 70mm Point One Racing stem Feels great most everywhere The Enduro DH has a 50mm

Reply to All-Mountain Tires? 12/6/2010 12:39 PM

Onza Porcupines. White rubber in front, black in back.