Well, you've done it, again. After a full morning of lapping the chairlift, you've officially drained you mini water bottle, and now you're left with the choice of either going without water and bonking or trying to navigate the lunch-time horde at the lodge. Next time, just set yourself up with the CamelBak Scorpion Hydration Pack and refuel on the go.
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This light received a brief mention from MTBR member PeterG in November - see post # 6 in this link [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/lights-night-riding/2012-mtbr-lights-shootout-739216-23.html[/url]
The lights are made in the Czech Republic by enthusiast Michal Solc.
His lights at the current state o ... Read More »
[url=http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1840378072/boompro-for-gopro-cameras]BoomPro for GoPro Cameras by Daniel Madsen — Kickstarter[/url]
I just helped fund this project. It seems like an awesome GoPro compatible option for a scorpion mount you don't have to build.Read More »
We have been informed by the Phoenix City Parks Department that the old stables across from Scorpion Gulch are being demolished, and the paved parking area in front of them will be closed for approximately six weeks.
The rangers have asked that shuttle parking be moved to the South Mountain Environ ... Read More »
I made this helmet mount a while back but havent had a chance to use it. Wanted to go somewhere without trees so I didnt break my neck if it cliped a branch. The light was perfect this morning but the trail was still a bit slippy and rutted. Needless to say I took it easy with that strapped to m ... Read More »
I've been meaning to post this for a while but a few months back I had a reptile and 'rachnid ride. The reptile was the very familiar Western Diamondback (I've seen enough snake threads on this forum to [B]not[/B] feel the need of posting a pic) but the scorpion I am not so familiar with. The pict ... Read More »