I was out there last week for the first time in probably a year. That place is looking better than it has in a loooong time. Big ups to the guys who have taken over building duties. Now if we can just keep those clowns with the pocket moto off the jumps.
So let me start off by saying that I am by no means a helmet Nazi. If you don't want to wear a helmet, that's you perogative. It's your body and you can do what you want with it.
But; last Wednesday I was down at Colonnade and saw a helmetless guy riding in full Lycra (once again, it's your...
That's kind of what I thought about his crash too but I wasn't quite sure and didn't want to post wrong information.
One devil's advocate argument would be "where will it end?" I broke my elbow slipping on an icy sidewalk last winter. Am I supposed to wear crampons and bring my ice axe next...
While I've always said that it should be you own choice if you want to wear protection (whether it be helmets, seatbelts or anything else)or not; you should be willing to accept the consequences. I personlly think that there are too many laws out there protecting us for ourselves. The...
Got my Transition Dirtbag stolen out of my carport yesterday evening (10/29). I live on NE 86th St in the Wedgewood/University Prep area. PM me with any info.
Check my CL Post:
I'm suprised that there hasen't been much talk about Mike Aitken (or maybe I'm not looking hard enough). Check his website for progress reports.
Until then; I found this little edit on the Fit website: http://vimeo.com/1978309
I wnt to take some guys up there that are new to the state but I haven't ridden there myself. Is the trail easy to find once you get to the top of the climb? I've also heard that most of the stunts are "go around-able" is that true (one of the guys is a "lycra'd out XC dude")?