photos looks good, but I suggest killing the horizontal scrolling.
I think most people on the internet will agree that using your mouse to drag stuff around is annoying. It also inhibits people from being able to scan the page and browse around without a lot of effort.
The French update on his facebook page was a little different than the english version. It said he was at the hospital and had just left the surgical ward with a broken pelvis but that they had more exams to do.
Anyone calling career needs to think about Fabien and his broken femur a few years...
It sounds like you're looking for a personal trainer that has experience training downhill riders and not so much a downhill coach (riding techniques or something)
I know of these two:
http://bondtraining.ca/ (Trained a friend of mine who podiumed at nationals)
Personally, I see offering free embedded videos for significant events like that to be a funnel to bring people into the Freecaster ecosystem.
If Freecaster was allowing people to embed THEIR video player while it goes viral they can use that as leverage to draw in potentially interested...
This site seemed a little empty, so i took a look around some of my favorite resources to see if i could find out anything about it's traffic in comparison to some of the most popular sites we all know.
- look for unique visitors
I think by 'outdated' you mean 'out of fashion on the internet.'
it's long, it's low, it's slack, it's light and in the right hands i can guarantee you this bike will be fast just like all it's predecessors.