Added a comment about feature Opinion: When Does Risk Outweigh the Reward? How Red Bull Rampage Changed Our Perspective 10/21/2015 8:21 AM

People like you are what's wrong with this sport do some real research or choke on some fleshy sausage. Without mountains there are no mountain biking why would we ruin the habitat we love to ride in there's more damaging done by house back riding than mountain biking and actually the talks built have been shown to slow erosion and show me a vshape rut caused by a mountain bike I'll show you an idiot in the mirror the website you use it's not credible

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Added a comment about feature Opinion: When Does Risk Outweigh the Reward? How Red Bull Rampage Changed Our Perspective 10/21/2015 1:16 AM

From what I've seen he wasn't wearing any back or chest protectors having said that I've raced before. I had a "career ending" (if you want to call it that for me) spinal cord injury in which I'm walking because of said equipment and saying t12 wouldn't be covered is not true there are spinal protectors that cover that. Not saying that it would have lessened his injury but surely would have greatly reduced the chance of said injury or reduced severity. Protection does help i know 1st hand but am preying for the guy to recover can't put all the weight on the media source when the competitors don't wear all the protective equipment

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Liked a comment on the item Opinion: When Does Risk Outweigh the Reward? How Red Bull Rampage Changed Our Perspective 10/21/2015 1:17 AM

Great writing and well put opinions here.
But I'm somewhat shocked nobody here raised the body armour question.
Wouldn't a simple back protector had prevented this life-changing injury?
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