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Yep, he's good!

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Check this out for skills, I thought Red Hill was scary...


http://youtu.be/xQ_IQS3VKjA

http://www.liftable.com/andreadcombs/ridge/

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Ridin' vs Running

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With all the rain lately I've started to climb the walls and as a last resort I went back to the old habits and went for a run just to get get out there. The effect is severe leg ache the days after. I'm starting to think that running and riding uses quite different muscle groups and resorting to running might not be such a good substitute for ridig after all?

Is there anyone out there who knows anything about it? Is it good to combine or will running "eat" away on the rinding fitness or is running a good approach to keep the training going even when it is wet?

Diamondback Rider's

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Ok, who here ride's a Diamondback? Cause frankly, i just spent $700 on the Axis Disc. And yeah it's pretty good, it ride's the Manly Dam and Oxford Fall's trails pretty damn well. No it does not have knuckle box (damn), it's got front rst and carbon ceramic disc brakes. 24 speed Shimano gears. Truvativ x-flow crankset, the bottom bracket is pretty average. The seat's nice, the frames alloy. The quick release is handy, as it won't fit in my car any other way. So yeah, please post if you have a Diamondback, or for that matter if you are hopinh or planning to buy one.

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