MTB OFF-ROAD AM *Accept the Risks The fact is, mountain biking is a very dangerous sport. Yes, there are even more dangerous sports out there, but there is nothing safe about hurtling down a mountainside on a narrow 12-inch-wide trail at 20-40 miles per hour whilst blasting through rock gardens, launching off of drops, and flying around corners above hundred-foot-tall cliffs. And at night the singletrack plays games, it runs away and hides...and so we simply end this game of hide and seek with some kick-ass lights
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What cycling means to me...it means a transition from the merely natural state and standards of life towards a regenerate and super-natural state and standard. It means a turning away from the pursuit of the popular ideals of the outer world, in the conviction that those ideals are but shadows, images and temporal substitutions for the eternal Reality that underlies them, to the keen and undivertible quest of that Reality itself and the recovery of those genuine secrets of our being which lie buried and hidden at "the centre" or innermost part of our souls. It means the awakening of those hitherto dormant higher faculties of the soul which endue their possessor with "light" in the form of new enhanced consciousness and enlarged perceptive faculty. Neuroscientists and physiologists have been gathering evidence of the beneficial relationship between exercise and brainpower for years. But the newest findings make it clear that this isn’t just a relationship; it is the relationship.
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If i could change one thing in my life, what would i do?
Answer. I would have a meat-free plant-based diet since i was old enough to remember