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BeardlessMarinRider mongoosebikes's article
Nov 29, 2016 at 6:32
Nov 29, 2016
Brayden Barrett-Hay's Homestead - Video
Tuck 3 flat drop stood out for me... which is saying something as the entire video was really pushing the boundaries!
BeardlessMarinRider raceface's article
Nov 26, 2016 at 4:50
Nov 26, 2016
Wade Simmons: Grab Life by the Onesie
Is it because Canada are about 5 years late to the onesie party and the rest of the world has moved on ;) :)
BeardlessMarinRider raceface's article
Nov 26, 2016 at 4:50
Nov 26, 2016
Wade Simmons: Grab Life by the Onesie
Not sure I'd call a freerider an "athlete".... but it is scientifically proven that the ladeez go for a dad bod over muscles
BeardlessMarinRider shimano's article
Nov 24, 2016 at 11:43
Nov 24, 2016
A Test and a Change of Plan: BC Bike Race 2016 - Video
In fairness it is probably the first noticeable ad Shimano have put together so they have been long overdue! Usually the stuff just sell itself ;) :)
BeardlessMarinRider redbullbike's article
Nov 9, 2016 at 13:40
Nov 9, 2016
Szymon Godziek’s Power of Mind - Videos
Only watched the first one so far, but awesome stuff. Definitely a massively underrated rider and Rampage last time around pretty much sums up where he is for me- pulled someone insane stuff like flipping the big flat ramp to dirt with ease several time when other legends were getting taken out just clearing it... yet the judges score super poorly. Underrated (underhyped?) but definitely got the skills
BeardlessMarinRider SaracenBikes's article
Nov 3, 2016 at 13:15
Nov 3, 2016
Manon Carpenter Announces Departure from Madison Saracen
@willaasss: The streets aren't paved with gold in 'philly but it's a damned sight better than being associated with Merthyr :)
BeardlessMarinRider mikekazimer's article
Nov 2, 2016 at 11:58
Nov 2, 2016
October 2016 - Good Month or Bad Month?
Not a lot of content this month :/
BeardlessMarinRider mikekazimer's article
Nov 1, 2016 at 14:56
Nov 1, 2016
Inside Stages Cycling
Google it and prepare for you mind to be blown ;)
BeardlessMarinRider mikekazimer's article
Nov 1, 2016 at 14:49
Nov 1, 2016
Inside Stages Cycling
I found the opposite. Estimated power based upon rear wheel speed is great on the turbo but the real use of the PM is to see how that work on the turbo relates to the real world
BeardlessMarinRider mikekazimer's article
Nov 1, 2016 at 14:40
Nov 1, 2016
Inside Stages Cycling
@kilpatrick: Good example. The constant angular velocity assumption also creates a different power output in round vs oval rings which is an artefact of the assumption rather than an actual difference. True it is a fair assumption in most cases but it is an assumption nonetheless and there are other power meters where this isn't the case. My issue with using "cadence" in the original equation is a) It simply isn't correct and assumptions in anything should be transparent b) It just generally reduces Engineers to tears to read something like :) @SJP: What sampling frequency do you deem "instantaneous"? :) IIRC Rotor have one of the highest sampling frequencies out there which is ~500HZ??? I forget what Stages use but it is nothing near that. "Instantaneous" in other devices is more in the GHz territory. I guess too, even if you can measure the angular acceleration frequently, you still have to be able to process, transmit and display all that data. A super accurate PM with a Garmin is fairly useless due to the low number of packets of information that get sent whereas another head unit with other PM's could potentially use that same information differently. If it was straight forward they would have done it I'm sure ;) :) P.S. I use Stages and love it
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