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GO the coolest lightweight camper on the market

    GO - the coolest lightweight camper ever!!   This is the most unique camping and travel trailer you'll ever find. GO was designed from the frame out to be a one-of-a-kind mobile adventure trailer that's even more versatile than a Swiss Army knife. It's lightweight and easy to manage in the parking lot, garage or on the road. Weighing in at 840 lbs, GO can be pulled by even the smallest cars. Best of all, GO is imagined, designed, engineered, created and assembled right … [Read more...]

sixsixone Core Saver 2011

Last year ( 2010 ) on Moab's Sovereign Trail I managed the "Mother of all Endo's"  off a 4 foot ledge, face planting myself in luckily the only bit of sand in miles.  The end result was a cracked sternum and 3 cracked ribs. The cause of all these cracked bones, was .... my camera!. I always wear my camera fastened to my camelback  chest strap, and I landed on my face and chest, and the camera pushed directly into my sternum, cracking it along with the 3 ribs. I realized how lucky I actually … [Read more...]

Crank Brothers Joplin 4R Seat Post

Product Description If your favorite trail throws as many sweeping downhill sections at you as it does long, uphill lungbusters, you probably spend a lot of time changing your saddle height along the way.You can thank Crank Brothers for making the adjustment process faster,easier and a heck of a lot more convenient. With four inches of travel, the Joplin 4 adjustable seatpost lets you set the optimal saddle height for whatever type of terrain you encounter. With just a flick of the … [Read more...]

2011 Coresaver by sixsixone

Although 2010 was a fantastic year for me on and off the trails, it was also quite a painful year due to a few "crashes". Luckily for me nothing really serious, but I know that my luck might not last, and just like everyone else, I'm getting older and more brittle. In 2010 I managed to break my wrist, break my big toe, break two ribs, crack 2 ribs and crack my sternum.. and of course lot's of bacon on various body parts. I have big plans for 2011, and have decided to focus a bit more on … [Read more...]

Mountain Biking Montana with Beartooth Guides

On my arrival in Montana I purchased myself  the  "Montana Singletrack" the mountain bikers guide to Montana, that features 50 of Montana's greatest rides. It is a fantastic book, and offers great info and maps of the trails. To make things easier for my researches, I also got myself the local biking guide of Bozeman & Big Sky's Essential Mountain Bike Rides.  These Guides are like a dream come true, and are far superior than any other guides I have used. I had not heard of Beartooth … [Read more...]

Best energy drink for diabetics

I am really happy I found this product, and would like to share it with the MTB community. I myself am lucky, I do not have think twice about what I take with me to eat or drink when I shred  the trails, and yes, like most riders I take high energy drinks and Energy bars... and still, after  a good few hours I feel drained.. so I can't even imagine how difficult it must be for a diabetic. How many of you know someone with Diabetes?.. Here's my story: When I started riding at the age of 16 we … [Read more...]