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CreberFilms pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 11, 2014 at 7:18
Sep 11, 2014
Video: OnTheHunt - Team CRC/Nukeproof at Hafjell World Champs
I assume the people talking about neck braces preventing you from tucking and rolling have never actually used one and are trying to find an excuse not to use one. I have been using a neck brace for a few years now, and have never had any issues with not being able to tuck and roll due to wearing a neck brace. I have, however, had head on collisions with trees where I have been glad for wearing one.
CreberFilms intensecyclesusa's article
Sep 7, 2014 at 7:15
Sep 7, 2014
Video: Blowing Out The Lead With Palmer
Palmer, lots of slow mo, and metal music all in the same video. I assume I am now living back in the 90's!!
CreberFilms pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 7, 2014 at 7:07
Sep 7, 2014
Results: 2014 World Championships, Norway - Finals
Gutted for Ratboy, but fuck, how did he even stay on the bike after that landing?
CreberFilms mdelorme's article
Aug 26, 2014 at 13:22
Aug 26, 2014
Photo Epic: World Cup XCO Finals - Meribel
Yeah I raced Cannock, I'v never liked racing there, and although the rock garden was a good feature, it was still a very tame course.
CreberFilms mdelorme's article
Aug 26, 2014 at 2:43
Aug 26, 2014
Photo Epic: World Cup XCO Finals - Meribel
I don't run one for xc racing mainly due to weight, and due to the point that hampsteadbandit made. My 29er xc racer descends well enough with the saddle up, and the geometry actually feels slightly wrong with the saddle down. I would definitely use a dropper for fun riding on a trail bike, as I can't argue that a bike becomes more 'fun' with the saddle down, but for xc racing, where most time is made on the climbs, the extra weight just is not worth it. I also can't think of any british national xc courses from this year that have come close to needing a dropper, but to be honest I haven't been impressed with most of the courses this year compared with last year.
CreberFilms dbaker's article
May 13, 2014 at 0:27
May 13, 2014
Wolf Amongst The Sheep - Story About Your Neighbour's $20,000 Problem With Stolen Bikes
If 'Tom' would kindly come forward and disclose this guys details so we can fuck his life up then it would be much appreciated. There's something wrong with the world when scum can get caught with $20000 worth of parts in their garage with evidence that some of it is stolen, and then still walk away free, and still get to keep all the parts!!!! Makes me sick
CreberFilms mikelevy's article
Apr 15, 2014 at 0:20
Apr 15, 2014
Scott Elite BOA Shoe - Review
A friend of mine has a pair of specialized s-works shoes with the BOA system on, and he has had to replace the BOA system twice in the last year due to them siezing up. Last time he had to dismantle the BOA system in order to actually take the shoe off. These may be fine for dry and dusty california, but as soon as any grit or mud gets involved then they've had it.
CreberFilms Nate-at-BikeCo-com's article
Mar 25, 2014 at 0:24
Mar 25, 2014
Tech Spotlight - 5 Minute Bubble Bleed
Not like any other hydraulic system out there. Have you ever tried to bleed an avid? Tbh as someone else has already mentioned in a comment above, shimano are so easy and quick to bleed that you may as well do a full bleed on them rather than this method.
CreberFilms tgphotography's article
Mar 14, 2014 at 13:12
Mar 14, 2014
Video: Lee Gratton Winter XC Race Training
You mean you cant see past the skills required to manoeuvre the bike so well with those 'big wheels', 'narrow bars', and 'high saddle', and the balls required to ride like that with only some lycra to protect you rather than body armour and a full face?
CreberFilms mikelevy's article
Mar 4, 2014 at 11:01
Mar 4, 2014
First Ride - SRAM Debuts DH Specific 7 Speed Drivetrain
Infact the the chain is actually now thinner. The old 10 speed chains are thicker than the 11 speed
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