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Old January 11th, 2019, 09:19 AM   #2281
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Old January 11th, 2019, 11:26 AM   #2282
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It is, actually. Bicycling is a lot calmer than driving. It's weird. I got in the car one day and a wave of anger came over me at a moron driver. That didn't happen on the bike.
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Old January 11th, 2019, 09:17 PM   #2283
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Old March 13th, 2019, 04:21 AM   #2284
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Just yesterday was riding a bicycle on a sea road in Spain where I am trying to look for a property for sale in Alicante https://tranio.com/spain/valencia/alicante/. Right now here we have an amazing weather, around +23C and sunny which is perfect for riding or walking.
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Old March 13th, 2019, 04:52 AM   #2285
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FYI: if people need a headlight for their bicycles, check out Outbound Lighting. Likely a little pricier than the average non-enthusiast cyclist wants to spend, but their product is awesome and performs as well as or better than some of the much more premium priced options on the market.

I bought one of their products on the recommendation of someone from the MTB group I used to ride with and it's great. I got the road light and have been using it both on my gravel bike and on my MTB helmet for rides here in Pisgah and it's awesome.

I've been chatting with the guy who runs the company and he's a really sharp dude with some really strong knowledge, and he's cool to talk to.


no, I'm not paid, sponsored, or otherwise endorsed by them, I'm just really impressed with this light. The usable spread of light is legitimately better than my motorcycle was, except I can mount this one on my helmet and go ride chunky trails with it I went on a ride yesterday with some friends that went into dusk and all my fellow riders were really impressed with it as well.

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Old April 1st, 2019, 09:43 AM   #2286
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Had my first really big off on the MTB, earned myself a trip to the ER for 9 stitches and general wound care. In all seriousness I had a helmet on but no elbow or knee pads or anything at the impact split my elbows open like a watermelon rind. Bruised ribs and shoulders and serious road (trail) rash are other casualties. Gotta order some more protective gear if I am going to ride that thing hard.
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Old April 1st, 2019, 03:17 PM   #2287
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Old April 1st, 2019, 05:00 PM   #2288
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Glad you're okay. I've been wearing only a helmet and gloves, some of my friends wear knee pads and/or elbow pads.

I'm thinking about it, but I've been doing really well riding a little more intelligently. Also I've been lucky.
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Old April 2nd, 2019, 08:27 AM   #2289
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Glad you're okay. I've been wearing only a helmet and gloves, some of my friends wear knee pads and/or elbow pads.

I'm thinking about it, but I've been doing really well riding a little more intelligently. Also I've been lucky.
I kinda did a little reading on what to wear early on and got some pretty mixed bag answers. I tend to do more XC/Trail work vs Trail/Enduro/Down and most people that do XC said, ahh you don't need elbow/knee pads.

Well as I have gotten more and more comfortable, I have gotten faster and faster. I have been attacking more of the black diamond stuff and getting used to more difficult terrain. This off happened on an easier section of trail but this time I needed elbow and knee pads as the speed I was carrying and the aggressive attitude I had to the trail was much higher.

Do you need pads? Depends on how you are going to ride. I rode this section of trail 20 times before and did not need the pads then. But I also didn't make the mistake. Should the mistake I made have happened - no it was avoidable. But as we tend to do from time to time we get excited and adrenaline rushes as we push our comfort zone and mistakes become more likely.

This time I needed some more protection and didn't have it.
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My last crash on the mountain bike was on a fire road, a flattish section, and a place there is no reason to crash. I think I stopped paying attention to balance or something and just tipped over. So yes, you can crash on the "bunny hill" portions of trails.
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Old April 2nd, 2019, 04:18 PM   #2291
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With motorcycles, it's ATGATT.

With bicycles, it's styrofoam hat, spandex shorts, and skimpy shirt.

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Old April 2nd, 2019, 07:09 PM   #2292
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The spandex is because I sweat a lot while bicycling. Other than that, it is kind of odd, isn't it?
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Old April 2nd, 2019, 07:37 PM   #2293
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With motorcycles, it's ATGATT.

With bicycles, it's styrofoam hat, spandex shorts, and skimpy shirt.

Why is that?
I've asked this too. Ironically, bicycles are collectively more dangerous to my health than the motorcycle ever was. I tend to take about one tumble per year that sets me off the bike with some bruises for a bit. You'd think I'd learn.

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I kinda did a little reading on what to wear early on and got some pretty mixed bag answers. I tend to do more XC/Trail work vs Trail/Enduro/Down and most people that do XC said, ahh you don't need elbow/knee pads.

Well as I have gotten more and more comfortable, I have gotten faster and faster. I have been attacking more of the black diamond stuff and getting used to more difficult terrain. This off happened on an easier section of trail but this time I needed elbow and knee pads as the speed I was carrying and the aggressive attitude I had to the trail was much higher.

Do you need pads? Depends on how you are going to ride. I rode this section of trail 20 times before and did not need the pads then. But I also didn't make the mistake. Should the mistake I made have happened - no it was avoidable. But as we tend to do from time to time we get excited and adrenaline rushes as we push our comfort zone and mistakes become more likely.

This time I needed some more protection and didn't have it.
Personally, I rode more XC/trail in OH, then I moved to western NC, and that's been turning solidly into trail/enduro. Realistically I should be bringing pads with me and putting them on quick at the top of the bigger descents, but the XC weenie in me still doesn't want to stop and wait. Stoppage time doesn't lend itself well to average speed.

As far as your issue... I've found that it's a lot like the motorcycle. Attitude and skill go a long way to determining your ride outcome before you've even started. If you're going out to be aggressive and rip a little, you're likely going to be a little more risky and that's not great for injury. But, if you're looking for a calm ride and happen to be a very skilled rider on a familiar trail, you're typically faster without trying. It's interesting to see as you build skill; your rides will be much more controlled and calm and will feel slow a few seasons in compared to what they were when you were new, but your segment times will also be much faster. It's funny how that works.

As for "black diamond", I'm not familiar with the trails you're riding, but that's very regional and subjective. The black diamond stuff in OH is all super techy slow man made stuff, but the black diamond stuff here is naturally chunky, steep, loose, and exposed. I've had to really change my riding attitude from "I want to go fast!" to "I'm going to focus on precision riding and clean this stretch of chunk". The end result is I'm getting better and better at successfully clearing big sections of trail that I never would have tried before. Give it a shot, it's pretty satisfying. There's definitely still fast days though.
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Old April 3rd, 2019, 11:13 AM   #2294
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Yeah the advanced/difficult trails where I ride are more rocky, technical, with elevation and features (some man made but most natural). The problem was definitely between the ears on this crash. Because it was "easier" and I had "ran through it" alot I figured in my adrenaline induced arrogance that I could just hit it a good two or three mph faster and all would be well.

Well three miles an hour faster and it totally changed the topography of the launch point, landing zone, and elevation of a relatively benign drop - a change that I didn't account for and paid the price. But like anything, its about learning, adapting, and building the skills to accommodate it. Some lessons just hurt.

I am much better with the bruised ribs and contusions today but the rash all over is awful and the heavy laceration is threatening infection. Had to go back this morning and get check on.
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Old April 5th, 2019, 05:28 PM   #2295
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Well three miles an hour faster and it totally changed the topography of the launch point, landing zone, and elevation of a relatively benign drop - a change that I didn't account for and paid the price. But like anything, its about learning, adapting, and building the skills to accommodate it. Some lessons just hurt.
It's fascinating how your line choice and method around a feature change with speed. In the same vein, it's fascinating how the relative scale of things on the trail changes with speed (and skill). What used to feel huge and scary at a shaky low speed seems tiny and insignificant. Suspension settings are the same way.

Heal up and get back out on a bike!! Have you had a crash like this before? Talk about getting in between your ears. When you get back on the bike, start working on drops of all speeds (slower is more difficult because of how long you have to loft the front wheel) to build that confidence back up without losing so much time. You should be able to take any drop at a slow jogging pace just as easily as you can rail it at full tilt, within reason obviously.
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Old April 9th, 2019, 09:30 AM   #2296
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Hope to be fit enough to get back on the bike next week. Stitches are scheduled to come out in three days. Ribs are serviceable and bruises are fading. Jogged today for the first time since. I was pretty banged up. First real big crash on the MTB but have had big ones on the race bike before at the track and I’ll apply the same mentality in the bicycle- slow let and deliberate to get feeling and rhythm back. Def need to improve the technical skills to related to drops and jumps
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Nice! I got a little enthusiastic, signed up for a gravel race, and injured my knee So I'm taking a week or two off the bike.
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Just got back from a weekend of Mtn Biking Bentonville, AR. If you live within 2 days drive of this place, go! Unbelievable what they have done with their trail systems. The trail builders know what they are doing there and have them built just top notch! Eureeka Springs is also worth every second of the 55 minute drive from Bentonville for Lake Leatherwood. Even the paved system that they have is quite remarkable. Beautiful area to bike around.
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Old April 29th, 2019, 07:05 AM   #2302
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any particular park or trail system there?
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any particular park or trail system there?
All of them. Lake Leatherwood worth the drive. Slaughter Pen will entertain you for hours (days) and is accessible from downtown straight away. Personally, I wasn't all that impressed with Coler Mountain Bike Preserve. I had high hopes for it but compared to all the other riding, it was ho hum.
Blowing Springs was a good ride. The Back 40 was OK, worth it to ride the Ledges trail but otherwise I'd skip it next time.

When I return, I will plan on more time in Slaughter Pen and Blowing Springs. Rode SP and BS for a whole day and barely scratched the surface.

Lots of 2 way trails, which was new to what i'm used to riding (most of ours are one way). The DH trails are marked well so you will not accidentally end up on one the wrong way.

Stop into Phat Tire Bike shop and start pedaling from there right onto Slaughter Pen and enjoy!
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Awesome thanks. I don't get that way often but sometimes for work I have to travel into the area - or close enough to bring the bike.
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Awesome thanks. I don't get that way often but sometimes for work I have to travel into the area - or close enough to bring the bike.
I'm in the same boat. "Luckily" have a business trip down there first week of June for another crack at them. I'm confident that CC 5010 rental will slide under the expenses pretty easily.
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It's a cool place to keep in mind, but I think I'll stay here for now. Living 15 minutes from Pisgah has pretty much killed my desire to travel > 1-2 hours with a bike.
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This 206 mile race includes climbing Mt. Diablo, listed by BICYCLING magazine as one of the ten toughest climbs in America. If placing 2nd in a competitive field in a 206.2 mile race with 20,717 feet of climbing on a recumbent bicycle doesn't impress you that much, consider that 3 weeks ago, he was hit by a car while training for the race, his Cruzbike V20 was totaled, and he had to hastily build up another V20 to compete. This is what a cycling hero looks like. Congratulations, Jason. @rojoracing53
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