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DARKSTAR63 dbaker's article
Dec 18, 2014 at 20:16
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11 Questions with Nicholi Rogatkin
Most of the mid school vert guys rode with no visor, I personally never cared either way- I think it's ridiculous and embarrassing that anybody would give him a hard time about it.
DARKSTAR63 scottsecco's article
Dec 15, 2014 at 18:51
Dec 15, 2014
DARKSTAR63 zumzumbikes's article
Dec 15, 2014 at 18:30
Dec 15, 2014
DARKSTAR63 zumzumbikes's article
Dec 15, 2014 at 15:19
Dec 15, 2014
Zum Zum Balance Bikes - Steve Peat Helping Make Pushbikes for Kids
This is not the way to handle this ... Very unprofessional on both sides. Shut this down and figure it out in private this is nuts.
DARKSTAR63 mattwragg's article
Dec 10, 2014 at 14:38
Dec 10, 2014
Video: Jerome Clementz Leaves Mavic
He raced on Crossmax ST's instead of SX before the Enduro set came out. So I don't know man, he is obvious ok with the width. Sure he get's free wheels who cares, but they have to last the race.
DARKSTAR63 paulaston's article
Dec 10, 2014 at 5:12
Dec 10, 2014
Feedback Sports Ultralight Workstand - Review
It's a nice work stand. I read dozens of reviews before deciding on mine and it's been bulletproof and sturdy. I bring it to races it travels well. As previously stated there is nothing wrong with buying cheap work stand but I made the decision to buy a nice one since I spend so much time with it.
DARKSTAR63 natedh9's article
Dec 9, 2014 at 13:16
Dec 9, 2014
Pinkbike Awards: Male Gravity Racer of the Year Nominees
They really are though. I have definite opinions in certain products being better than others but on the whole bikes are pretty well sorted no matter who is selling assuming we are talking quality products here. They are way better and less prone to failure than years back and the geometry pretty sorted out. And "huh?" At aluminum cranks sucking ? Shimano cranks and Race Face immediately come to mind as fantastic stuff durable cranks at reasonable prices.
DARKSTAR63 paulaston's article
Dec 9, 2014 at 12:21
Dec 9, 2014
Feedback Sports Ultralight Workstand - Review
Well you kinda "dissed" it when you suggested pinkbike wrote the article to simply fill a page and that the stand is not worth the asking price. Without ever having used one you don't really know that. If you read other reviews on the Feedback sports stands you will find that they always score well, and they are very nicely made. I have one. Have used it trouble free fro almost two years. Mine is the pro model with the quick release however the main attraction - stability- is the same. The wide tripod base is what does it and I have performed all sorts of repairs including stuck crank bolts - where you really test that feature. Im not saying the stand you linked is bad, especially for that money. However you can always bet somebody is going to say these things whenever a product is not at entry level price and imo this stand has something to offer. ** A word about the jaws for those concerned about droppers... because its not a "vice-grip" cam type set up like a Park you can actually clamp the dropper safely because only the correct amount of pressure is applied. You wont be able to crush it. They are rubber coated too so if you are careful it's really ok, of course if you have a qr just slide the dropper up a bit and clamp there, no big deal**
DARKSTAR63 natedh9's article
Dec 9, 2014 at 11:05
Dec 9, 2014
DARKSTAR63 natedh9's article
Dec 9, 2014 at 8:01
Dec 9, 2014
Pinkbike Awards: Male Gravity Racer of the Year Nominees
I agree that Neko is great rider, I've seen him in person and he's talented. But there are only 5 spots and who can argue that these guys don't deserve to be there? Lots of great riders and it seems more every year, I think that's really awesome when you think about it.
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