MmmBones

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MmmBones scottsecco's article
Dec 17, 2014 at 4:04
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Video: Lars Sternberg - Loam Ranger
Looking forward to part 2 - The Humus Whisperer
MmmBones KNOLLYBIKES's article
Dec 14, 2014 at 0:57
Dec 14, 2014
MmmBones paulaston's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 23:11
Dec 13, 2014
Australian DH Nationals Round One - Pro Bike Check
Both have long links that drive another link that compresses the shock, but it's a single pivot swing arm, so it doesn't have a Horst link and the link that drives the link that compresses the shock. Both have a very slack seat-tubes that join far away from the BB on the down-tube. So, sure, sort-of.
MmmBones paulaston's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 23:02
Dec 13, 2014
Australian DH Nationals Round One - Pro Bike Check
Sometimes less is more. If the rider feels faster or more comfortable, it's often looked at as an advantage.
MmmBones paulaston's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 21:53
Dec 13, 2014
MmmBones paulaston's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 21:51
Dec 13, 2014
Australian DH Nationals Round One - Pro Bike Check
TFreeman you are misinformed. Neither of those manufacturers made "janky ass-links", they made links that don't work with shocks that have "standard" eyelets. Rock Shox recently began producing Monarchs that are compatible with these Trek and Specialized bikes. Those Vivids must be custom units as I have only seen them on Troy Brosnans 650b Evo and Curtis Keene's 29er Evo. More info : http://www.bikerumor.com/2014/07/08/rockshox-monarch-and-monarch-plus-evolve-to-include-mounts-for-trek-and-specialized/
MmmBones paulaston's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 21:32
Dec 13, 2014
Australian DH Nationals Round One - Pro Bike Check
rear fork lol !! like this? : http://www.moredirt.com/bikes/5534.jpg
MmmBones paulaston's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 20:49
Dec 13, 2014
Australian DH Nationals Round One - Pro Bike Check
dugglesthemud. I don't think riding one will change how it looks for the better, unless it was completely coated in mud. I never said they ride bad, so don't put that on me, breh. I hear this all the time from delusional Knolly owners, which leads me to believe that while they might ride good. But, in order to justify the terrible aesthetics, they have convinced themselves the ride quality is a deodorant for the looks.
MmmBones paulaston's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 19:34
Dec 13, 2014
Australian DH Nationals Round One - Pro Bike Check
Don't get it? Your statement 'everything with a purpose, clean lines' explains why you don't. They are fugly because they have an inordinate linkage assembly. It looks like it was built by a kid with an Erector set and designed to get around patents.
MmmBones paulaston's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 17:49
Dec 13, 2014
Australian DH Nationals Round One - Pro Bike Check
Yeah. I noticed that too. Looks like he's off the Mallets.
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