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Novakki mikelevy's article
Jul 7, 2014 at 21:59
Jul 7, 2014
Pearl Izumi X-Project 1.0 Shoes - Review
Marketing department is breaking the limits :- D
Novakki mikelevy's article
Jul 7, 2014 at 21:59
Jul 7, 2014
Added 2 photos to Sale
May 18, 2014 at 6:36
May 18, 2014
Novakki RichardCunningham's article
May 14, 2014 at 22:04
May 14, 2014
Mavic Crossmax XL Pedal - Review
I've been using Time Control Z -pedals for three years. Really good and reliable system. All my friends ride on Shimano pedals. I tried SPD for couple of rides but found it too hard to find the attach point on action. There's no real support for your shoe/foot on the platform either. Prices? Time sells pedals with alloy body for 70e pair. For this price you get a set of pedals and cleats, that will last twice the longer than your shoes will. I'm a bit confused on the prices of PLASTIC body pedals shown here. The weight difference isn't that high either. 50g savings vs. indestructible platform or 400€ with a bit more weight shaved plus that chance to crack some of that precious platform off. Kind of no-brainer to me.
Novakki dbaker's article
May 9, 2014 at 11:24
May 9, 2014
Endless Biking: Mother Huckers
Lovin' it! Cute ladies, keep up that attitude! \o
Novakki scottsecco's article
May 5, 2014 at 13:00
May 5, 2014
Movies For Your Monday
Slowmo: He made a huge decision towards his personal goals, something that most of us could not do, even if we wanted to. It's so easy to get overwhelmed by materialism and forget what and why you really live for (yey big car, yey big house, yey sailing boat, paintings what ever to sink your money to). First minute I thought this guy was not taking his medicine for some newly found sickness. But he was actually a doctor of high degree? And deep thoughtful voice with something behind his words? Superb he doesn't give a s*** what others think about of him or his style. He does what he enjoys the most in his life. Even if it is something simple and to some, weird. I wonder how many in similar situation would choose his scenario. As stupid as it sounds: how many would rather work that 12 hour shift, just to return to that 17 roomed mansion and sip some of that diamond powder liquid to take your health away. After all you spent half of your days to build yourself to that point, so why not to suffer a bit more. Instead, at certain point when you somewhat have gotten what our twisted society values, downscale to indian level and do what you enjoy the most. A thought that is not simple to find. It's not much material you can carry with you when you pass away. How many of us ponder at deathbed, that we didn't work hard enough? slomo figured it out. Mayby cycling is something like this to me.. or for most of us. TLDR: deeper stuff in slomo
Novakki deityusa's video
Apr 27, 2014 at 0:42
Apr 27, 2014
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Novakki mikekazimer's article
Mar 24, 2014 at 0:19
Mar 24, 2014
Yeti 575 - Review
Quite a few options with almost identical geometry/pivot system/pivot point. This one just says yeti at the side of it (and price tag too). Nothing bad about the aforementioned thought :-]
Novakki RichardCunningham's article
Mar 11, 2014 at 2:52
Mar 11, 2014
To the Point - Suspension Setups for Enduro Racing
Fill dem shox'n'forx with 200 cSt oil and pump 'em up to 1% sag and welcome the 90's! \o/
Novakki RichardCunningham's article
Mar 11, 2014 at 2:39
Mar 11, 2014
To the Point - Suspension Setups for Enduro Racing
I think Pavarotcsi..or Pinkbike just described how FOX shox should be tuned to be #enduro. Since they have really low general damping, you need to get your PSIs higher to bottom out less (33% of time instead of 50% of time). Obviously use as little rebound damping as you can without feeling the bike jumpy or reckless. And CTD...? Not hating a particular products here, just discussing the general attitude of FOX.
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