Part 2 in a, well, 2 part expose on my 2 pair of shorts quest to find a decent pair of riding shorts. The Endura Humvee are on the slightly more expensive side at $80, so I bet you are wondering if they are worth it. Luckily, the last fella in the world that should be reviewing things is here to help you through this difficult time in your life.
I am currently in the middle of my "get ready for the riding season spring buying spree" and picked up a pair of these Ponderosa shorts. Ya see, I am on a slight mission this season to find the perfect pair of riding shorts - and so far, these are in the lead. Plus they make me look much cooler than I actually am. Next up for review: Endura Hummvee Baggy Shorts.
Have you ever looked at that shiny new 17 link dream machine in your local shop and wondered "Man, I wish that bike came in Barbie pink?". Do you fantasize about a frame that resembles those magically delicious colored marshmallows from you morning bowl of Lucky Charms? This first ever special guest editorial by Oz might be your ticket. And I gotta say, it's brilliant.
In the earth year of 2009 Vegas will play host to the first ever Star Trek/Fixie Niner convention avid cyclist Ron Veto of Star Trek fame will be on hand to give tutorials and the quickest and most efficient ways to combined the two phenomenons into your daily routine. Read all about it here...
Crankfire contributing editor E$ wrote a profile/how-to on DH racing with input from Crankfire Racing's own Dufman and his sponsors. Article originally published in the March '08 issue of NEMBA's regular publication Singletracks.
This is going to be an "in progress" type deal for the next couple days. You might notice some new stuff here, a lot of updated pages, and new forums. Plus, a lot of bugs?
Yeah, that's right, Electric Eye. This is either the most freaking awesome advancement in Crankfire technology ever, or an almost entire waste of time, or something that is so-so that some of you may like, while others will have no idea what is going on. So what's up? We now support gps-Exif! Now calm down, relax, yes, I understand how exciting this is, I know, I know... baby steps. Ok, in a nutshell, we now read and write geographic data from and to the photos you upload. You should really humor me and make an attempt to read about it. Though I am pretty sure "worst.... feature.... ever" applies.
Rye Airfield and Kyle Ebbett are putting on "Tara Jam 2008" on Sunday February 23 - so go ride or just hang out in benefit of Tara and her road to recovery! There will be pros, contents, prizes and good times. Do it!
Reprinted mostly from my forum post of a similar name, inquire within to see what we learned in 2007, and what is in store for 2008.