No - it's a new one on me tbh. Just you-tubed it and watched a vid of a fella called Dan Heaton. Outstanding!
The chance of crashing is directly proportional to the number of people waiting to catch it on headcam.
2012 Merlin Maven for work and 2009 Cannondale Prophet for shits and giggles
Bumped into a few unicyclists round Cwmcarn last summer, you lot are bloody mental!! One went down the downhill track just for the challenge!!! Bloody impressive mind!!
WTTF too, nearly forgot my manners!!
Isn't that why everyone rides mountain bikes on technical terrain too?One went down the downhill track just for the challenge!!!
I had to look that up, it's not something I'd heard in this context before.WTTF too, nearly forgot my manners!!
I'd heard it as welcome to the future before... Unicycling is the future
Yes but not over 4 foot drop-offs!! Both the Cwmdown uplift busses stopped to watch the (they thought) inevitable crash, he bloody made it down too!!Isn't that why everyone rides mountain bikes on technical terrain too?
MTB'ing As addictive as Cocaine And Twice as Expensive! Mace Just Makes Me Horny!
Red Hoodoo huge fun a great bike.White Ibis Mojo HD 140 completed but got to ill to do much with it
Obviously the HS33 is a hydraulic rim brake. I don't know if this would work as I don't know where the fluid reservoir would be kept on them but could you not re-use the Magura lever and get a hydraulic disc caliper? There's some very knowledgable people on here who may be able to confirm or disprove this theory but it's an idea.
Like I say, I think the MT2 blade is a very similar shape (if not the same) and I can probably test that theory at a lbs but I'd be interested to hear if anyone else has used/got one.
Here's Terry (now 56) doing some large drops.Holy Crap! That's impressive, loved to have seen that! Did some mental stuff during my career but never ever seen that or considered it, that's a must see.