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Gweggy trek's article
Nov 17, 2015 at 8:19
Nov 17, 2015
All Stories End, Trek World Racing - Video
He signed a letter of intend mid season I think, so he wasn't threatening to leave. You're assuming a lot there.
Gweggy trek's article
Nov 17, 2015 at 7:54
Nov 17, 2015
All Stories End, Trek World Racing - Video
They didn't let him go, he left, don't you remember the scandal?
Gweggy paulaston's article
Nov 14, 2015 at 2:07
Nov 14, 2015
Schwalbe Procore Tire System - Review
Also: I don't think just rolling over a curb at a right angle is what causes flats. I wonder if anyone ever looked into that, like trying different angles of the bike to the curb or the wheels to the ground. My experience is that landing on 2 slanted rocks at a weird angle is pretty much a flat guaranteed. The first few days in the alps I and 2 friends had to put in tubes at the rear wheel because we rode through some nails. That and single ply enduro tires were a horrible combination and we had about 4 flats a day (per person). We started pumping the rear tire up to 3bars, but that actually didn't improve things at all, the ride just got horrible. I think we could have put 4-5 bars in there, that wouldn't have changed anything, except of maybe destroying the rim and tire. The trails there are super rocky, fast and long and a trail bike just rides a lot harsher than a downhillbike, I'm not sure even procore would've made a difference there.
Gweggy paulaston's article
Nov 14, 2015 at 1:51
Nov 14, 2015
Schwalbe Procore Tire System - Review
Saying "well it's heavy but you could use a lighter tire and rim" in the same article where you said several WC racers broke their rims and you got a cut in your tire ist kind of stupid isn't it? Earlier this season I had 2 tire cuts that where so big I had to trash the tires and witnessed about 5-6 smaller cuts that needed to be patched up during my 2 week holiday in the alps. On average I also trash one rim per season and bike (Enduro and DH), even though I use proper rims as I can't afford buying new ones all the time. So getting lighter wheels and tires means still gaining weight and ending up with more issues than you had before.
Gweggy mikekazimer's article
Oct 28, 2015 at 3:04
Oct 28, 2015
Review: FOX Float X2 Shock
Why not test a DH worthy air shock on a DH bike? Isn't that what it was originally intended for?
Gweggy mikelevy's article
Oct 23, 2015 at 1:19
Oct 23, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Do You Play With Your Knobs?
I checked the second box, but it's not like I'll go to a track and start thinking about my setup, it's more like I'm riding it and if I feel I hit my BB too much or my fork uses too much travel I'll use 1-2 more clicks of compression than usual. Works the other way around as well, when I feel my suspension is too harsh, but I don't really think about it until something bogs me. On my Enduro it was more like set and forget, I can't remember tinkering with it the last few month.
Gweggy roseoakhill's article
Oct 19, 2015 at 13:26
Oct 19, 2015
What Are People Riding Now? - Whistler Closing Weekend 2015
What, why are people in Whistler riding Sun Ringle rims? I haven't seen those for ages!
Gweggy pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 13, 2015 at 5:28
Oct 13, 2015
Ask Me Anything: Sam Hill
I heard he never used it!
Gweggy pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 7, 2015 at 1:29
Oct 7, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: Fitting a Shock Upgrade, Brake Lever Angles and Is There a Bike for Everything
Markus Klausmann has been doing that for ages and everyone made fun of him... maybe he was right ^^ I went from a fairly flat (less thant 45°) position (that I was talked in to at the beginning of the season) back to a steeper one (about 45°, maybe more), because I felt like it made me less aggressive. But when I'm in a bike park and get really hard arm pump at the end of the day I turn them up a bit and that really helps for a few minutes. So I guess it's not for everyone, but you should give it a try!
Gweggy Racement's article
Sep 22, 2015 at 1:04
Sep 22, 2015
Results: Finals - iXS EDC Round 5, Leogang
yes, but that happened literally in sight of the finish line!
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