Interweb filth and depravity

It's come as something of a nasty shock to us that large parts of the interweb are apparently given

Nation's mountain bikers saved from sin
It's come as something of a nasty shock to us that large parts of the interweb are apparently given over to what can only be described as 'sexmuck' of the filthiest kind.

Well, no, not really. We share an office with Redline after all.

But it obviously did to the concerned parent who harangued Stifsport recently when his youngster accidentally was surfing the internet and came across a site just one extra 'f' away on the keyboard from the http://www.stif.co.uk url, only to be presented with the promise of 'celebrities' getting up to all manner of interesting watersport activities that defy the imagination of someone who's only really interested in the bounce of a well-hung fully suspended bike frame.

Anxious to preserve the nation's moral fibre, the good people at Stif have now bought up the naughty url and made it point at their own site...

Maybe we shouldn't mention dirtyhabit...
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