ourimbah ride & fly.

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long weekend in canberra.

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pork barrel.

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downhill is our thing!

we needed a bit more downhill practice. well, i did. i wanted to try out a few lines and find faster options. for a little race that is coming up next month. good thing i got a pro to follow! a very hard act to follow, too. she knows how to throw a bike down…

titanium.

it’s always fun to ‘improve’ a bike for little money. it’s usually also quick and easy. the downside: it usually also does next to nothing. like these great titanium bolts from china. $2 each, so not really a massive expense. they also weigh 40% less than the original steel bolts. which is great until you…

enduro training.

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valve stems.

how hard can it be? i mean really? everyone has been running tubeless for years and it’s really nothing special. actually not running tubeless is probably special these days. to run a tubeless setup one needs a really good valve stem. again, not a big deal there are so many out there. the trick is…

gravity.

last time at the rollercoaster in canberra i met a lady with her daughter (pushing her & her daughter’s bike up the hill as every good mum would). nicole and i started talking and it turned out her daughter was the same age as natalie. there are not that many girls riding mountain bike (i mean…

rollercoaster 3.

mount stromlo @ canberra. no idea. never been there. it’s 4 hours from home and therefore not really a logical destination for a quick ride. it doesn’t look very impressive, does it? it does have an observatory on the top, though. anyway, it was the location for the next rollercoaster race so i had to go.…

defcon 1.

slowly but surely my nomad is reaching it’s full potential, at least from a build perspective (let’s not talk about the nut behind the bars). this is the final step, it can’t be escalated any further. as an early birthday present i – or rather the nomad – got a new set of legs. a set…

all mountain adventure.

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