Daniel Lee Dault Jr.

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  • now if only we could eliminate the people that keep sabotaging trails with booby traps

    in reply to: Armor? Pads? Anyone? #201724

    i use a Bell Sanction Full face helmet and alpinestar paragon knee and elbow pads with alpinestars moab gloves

    in reply to: Right of way on hills? #188253

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    Whaaaat?? I’ve always given the right of way to the guy coming down – unless they are going slower than me going up. It makes no sense for the downhill rider to yield. Whomever is going slower should yield. If you are almost at a standstill just stop and get out of the way.

    I ran into this issue today. I thought these uphill riders were being turds because they were showing no signs of moving – too focused on getting a strava star or something. So I googled and found this to my surprise. Been mountain biking for almost 20 years around Tahoe and I’ve never had any issues with yielding.

    Having the downhiller come skidding to a stop ruins the trail, is way more dangerous and just doesn’t make sense. It sounds like the argument to have the people coming down yield is,”it’s nice of them because the uphill people are suffering.” ¯\_(?)_/¯

    There is usually enough room to do a last minute dip o’ the bikes so both riders can fit but it requires a little telapathy. It feels like you’re playing chicken. And someone usually bails out early.”




    I disagree with you up hill should have right away because a down hill can stop and get going again if an up hill stops most likely it will be either super hard or impossible to get back going again and he will be walking it up

    in reply to: Wear earbuds riding on the trail? #187062

    i tried this once and when i went to take my full face helmet off it yanked the wire out of my head phones and ruined them. needless to say have never even considered doing it again

    in reply to: How often do you get injured? #187061

    most iv ever got was cuts or stuff or bruises just every day kinda ride type of stuff

    in reply to: What do you think of car bike racks? #187060

    Dont need one have a pickup just put the bike in the bed on its side derailer up and run a strap through the frame and to the tie down point to keep it from sliding around

    in reply to: This bike bell is seriously dope #187059

    Seriously you need a bell iv never used one its i just say hey coming through or look out or excuse me much more clear on the message your trying to get across

    in reply to: What is the most you have ever paid for a bike? #187046

    $340 for a Gravity FSX 1.0 i know i earlier posted that i only bought department store bikes well that’s changed now

    in reply to: Time to upgrade my multi-tool #187040

    I like the Topeak Alien 2

    in reply to: What is the most you have ever paid for a bike? #176491

    about 150 bucks all i ride is department store bikes i dont ride nearly enough or as hard to see spending over 2 grand for a trek soft tail

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