Gweggy pivotcycles's article
Mar 22, 2015 at 14:11Mar 22, 2015
Video: Eliot Jackson Tears up Queenstown
he already made his comeback last year, he's been racing worldcups all season on Pivot cycles!
Gweggy mikelevy's article
Mar 20, 2015 at 0:24Mar 20, 2015
e*thirteen, Limar and Giant - Taipei Show 2015
I actually think it's a Team (I think it was listed like that, when first introduced), but I don't think that's a bad fact, lots of people prefer the team over the worldcup and the bike is pretty light, so there no real loss in performance there! I heard Danny Hart and Andrew Neethling preferred the Team version as well!
Gweggy mikelevy's article
Mar 19, 2015 at 15:23Mar 19, 2015
SDG, Funn, SpeedRelease - Taipei Show 2015
The Fatboy is a awesome bar! I've been running it on my DH and Trailbike and love the feel. I've replaced the one on my Trailbike with a Renthal Fatbar lite (which feels great, too), because it had more rise and I got it for free, but I would go back to the Fatboy anytime if the Renthal was damaged or whatever.
Gweggy kaneophoto's article
Mar 18, 2015 at 14:55Mar 18, 2015
Australian National Championships 2015 - Finals
The picture of her riding was shot during practice I guess, not finals!
Gweggy pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 17, 2015 at 10:43Mar 17, 2015
Ask PB: Will My Fork Fit, is 130 Millimeters too Much, and Do I Need More Teeth?
I had the same thought, it wouldn't make any sense with that Rocky Mountain, but I think more travel in the front can help a lot (as long as it is within boundaries). I've got a 2011 Banshee Spitfire V1 with 130mm Travel in the rear and I put a 160mm Pike in there. The Geometrie if the bike is quite aggressive, so it still sits low enough, but it's such a capable bike now. I will upgrade to bigger bike as soon as I've got the money, but I never thought I could ride a trailbike that hard. I'ld say I'm a good rider, but I know a lot of guys that are as fast or faster (much faster in some cases), but they always scratch their head when we ride enduro, because I've got so much less travel and still keep up with them. I think with a 130-140mm Fork that would be waaaay harder, because would have to place my front wheel much more carefully. The Spitfire is a amazing bike, though, I've had a Iron Horse MKIII and a Mondraker Foxy before, and the Spitfire is on another level to those!
Gweggy Variable-Visual's article
Mar 15, 2015 at 1:36Mar 15, 2015
Video: PAD Life
Wow, that was really bad!
Gweggy hopetech's article
Mar 13, 2015 at 0:31Mar 13, 2015
When Wearing an Eagle Shirt Lands You a Factory Ride
Nice! The first video ist password protected.
Gweggy RichardCunningham's article
Mar 13, 2015 at 0:25Mar 13, 2015
Australian National DH Championships - Day One Practice
So Hill doesn't even ride the National Champs?
Gweggy mattwragg's article
Mar 9, 2015 at 6:05Mar 9, 2015
@FuzzL: You're forgetting about the whole development process! There's a lot more investment needed in developing a bicycle product, than producing it (in most cases at least).
Gweggy AlpinestarsMTB's article
Mar 6, 2015 at 13:20Mar 6, 2015
Alpinestars Launches 2015 Cycling Collection
I actually really like the DH gear from Alpinestars. The current collection isn't my favourite, but neither are the 2015 collections from TLD and Fox, I really hope designs will be simpler next year, I haven't seen a single 2015 kit yet, that I would seriously consider buying... I've mostly got TLD gear, because I always liked their stuff, but some friends of mine have AS kits and they look really cool, have a great fit and actually practical pockets, something that I wish my TLD GP gear had!
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