EuanBisset145

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EuanBisset145 RedfernMedia's photo
Jun 22, 2015 at 1:39
Jun 22, 2015
I think the first time I saw a 360 table was back in Roam in Darrens section on the shore, still got to be one of my all time favourite segments!

EuanBisset145 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 18, 2015 at 4:47
Jun 18, 2015
Survey: What are You Looking For in the Parts That You Buy?
Not forever but frames that last less than 3 years is very poor really, especially when you look at the cost.
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EuanBisset145 paulaston's article
May 29, 2015 at 15:57
May 29, 2015
EWS Prototypes: Ohlins Downhill Fork
To be honest the extra 200 and something grams on my dorados isn't exactly noticeable over the lighter offerings. My pulse sits at about 37lbs which isn't that light but I feel like the weight is saved where it counts, like running tubeless which does a world of good in terms of responsiveness and ability to accelerate. The other thing is the latest carbon bikes are still stupid light even with a fork like DVO's Emerald. They even said they would rather a bit extra weight if it meant they could have better reliability and higher performance suspension.
EuanBisset145 paulaston's article
May 29, 2015 at 8:08
May 29, 2015
EWS Prototypes: Ohlins Downhill Fork
A mx bike is also at least 6 times heavier than a mountain bike and it puts more force through the forks. So please explain why a mx bike having huge crowns is relevent to a dh fork? The DVO arch isn't any different a solution than having a bigger or even different shaped axle (manitou). Torsional flex is less of an issue than you'd believe when riding a modern usd fork like a manitou dorado.
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