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PLC07 mikelevy's article
Nov 27, 2016 at 0:38
Nov 27, 2016
Continental Der Baron 2.4 Projekt Tire - Review
Not sure in the US but in canada the specialized butchers single ply for trail are like 55$ and they're pretty good. Not the best tires ever but they're up there, good wear/grip/weight compromise too. Definitely the best bang for your bucks tire you can get. Most other brands are priced around 100-130$ CAD, not worth the extra 55-75$ for the marginal performance increase if you ask me.
PLC07 mikelevy's article
Nov 27, 2016 at 0:36
Nov 27, 2016
Continental Der Baron 2.4 Projekt Tire - Review
I got 2 der kaisers 2.5 dual ply for DH purpose. The front one lasted for a long time but the back was completely worn after 2 rides and I'm not much of a rear wheel dragger. Best front tire I ever had but really disappointed with the rear one.
PLC07 mikelevy's article
Nov 27, 2016 at 0:27
Nov 27, 2016
Continental Der Baron 2.4 Projekt Tire - Review
What happened to the trail version of the kaisers anyway? They made them and then the next year they were gone from the line up. Loved the dual ply ones, I would have put the trail version on my trail bike.
PLC07 mikelevy's article
Nov 27, 2016 at 0:25
Nov 27, 2016
Continental Der Baron 2.4 Projekt Tire - Review
The wild rockr 2 advanced reinforced is the only single ply tire that I haven't destroyed on rough rocky DH trails. Its heavy at ~1000g but I know I can count on it, best compromise short of going dual ply. Not the best grip on slow slick stuff but still pretty good. Didn't come cheap but it was well worth it.
Nov 23, 2016 at 4:36
Nov 23, 2016
PLC07 vernonfelton's article
Nov 20, 2016 at 0:47
Nov 20, 2016
Are you Concerned About the Demise of Bike Shops? - Pinkbike Poll
Yeah, been biking for like 8 years and until mid season I had an absolute blast but I feel all the industry B.S. has been wearing me down on the long run. Biking is really fun but I'm not sure I still want to spend that much time (maintenance) and money on a sport when there are hundreds of much much cheaper alternatives that are just as fun.
Nov 15, 2016 at 12:47
Nov 15, 2016
PLC07 urteam's article
Oct 30, 2016 at 4:11
Oct 30, 2016
Why I Didn't Drop In - Sam Reynolds on Red Bull Rampage
@WAKIdesigns: That's what the wiki page says. He's 5'9 anyway, so he's not going to be over 250lbs, which is the "cutoff" limit for some mountain bike parts. Yeah man, the election talk is annoying as hell, especially when you're not american and you feel they're fucked either way.
PLC07 urteam's article
Oct 30, 2016 at 2:21
Oct 30, 2016
Why I Didn't Drop In - Sam Reynolds on Red Bull Rampage
@WAKIdesigns: Rogan is 170 pounds, nothing a bike can't handle.
PLC07 mikekazimer's article
Oct 27, 2016 at 15:33
Oct 27, 2016
You Don't Need to Learn on a Hardtail - Opinion
To the "starting on a full sus is better" crowd: get a DJ bike and do a 2'-3' drop to flat on concrete. It will most likely be a wake up call to work on technique.
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