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Sep 19, 2014 at 14:10
Sep 19, 2014
I had my lowers all trashed from neglect. It was the most boring 300 bucks I've spent on my bike.

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Sep 15, 2014 at 17:55
Sep 15, 2014
JesseE mikelevy's article
Sep 15, 2014 at 13:44
Sep 15, 2014
RockShox RS-1 - Review
alexsin, I think 29er forks typically flex more than their smaller wheel counter parts, but I'll make sure to spend an hour refining my posts regarding hobby toys so that I don't upset others on the forum. mkm303, All caps, seriously? We're talking about bike parts, dude. You guys are brutal.
JesseE mikelevy's article
Sep 15, 2014 at 8:20
Sep 15, 2014
RockShox RS-1 - Review
Why would anyone want a 2000 fork that is designed to offer more rigidity at the expense of proprietary components? 29er wheels demand stiffer stanchions to make up for the extra length. X-Fusion offers all their 29er forks with larger stanchions standard, and I think it's a great idea. If this fork was only for pro level athletes I'd say don't bother, but it's gonna be used by anyone with the cash to burn and the need for bling, and it doesn't sound like it will perform as well as my proposed fork. Fork strength inspires confidence on technical courses which will probably be of greater benefit than a quarter pound of unsprung weight.
JesseE mikelevy's article
Sep 15, 2014 at 5:46
Sep 15, 2014
RockShox RS-1 - Review
Fox should make a 100mm carbon lower 34 float for 29er racing. That would be stiff as hell, and run better than this I imagine. (says the guy who knows dick all about engineering). 29ers forks are super flexy as I realized going from a 26-29er hardtail, and it would be worth the weight gain if they'd offer lower travel 34s for 29er guys who don't need 140mm of travel.
JesseE theastonator's article
Sep 14, 2014 at 17:54
Sep 14, 2014
JesseE pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 11, 2014 at 10:18
Sep 11, 2014
Top Three Finds - Interbike 2014
I meant that people using chain guides aren't overly concerned with efficiency, hence the expectation that gravity types probably won't care about these much. Whether they work with a chainguide well is a bit of a moot point probably won't have any effect on sales.
JesseE mikelevy's article
Sep 11, 2014 at 7:11
Sep 11, 2014
Norco, e*thirteen, Fouriers - Interbike 2014
I spent a couple of days at Silver Star on last years Range and loved it. For the Blues and easier blacks it was plenty of bike for me. This is the first bike that has inspired me to go back to rear suspension. It's rad, and not retardedly expensive. FU Carbon!
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