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Rasterman paulaston's article
Feb 7, 2017 at 9:58
Feb 7, 2017
Huck Norris Tire Insert - Review
It's a great idea, it COULD work, too bad the review didn't do anything measurable. How hard is it, put a sharp edged rock on the ground, roll over it at X mph to cause a flat. Put the tire insert on, roll over the rock again, does it cause a flat??? Do this 5 times with and without the insert (maybe it was luck). Test a pool noodle, I would guess it does the same thing for $1, plus comes in cool colors. Test different PSI.
Rasterman RichardCunningham's article
Jan 11, 2017 at 4:46
Jan 11, 2017
BikeYoke DeHy - Review
Or just get a whole brand new seatpost with an awesome lever for $200, Crankbrothers Highline.
Rasterman CaneCreekCyclingComponents's article
Jan 10, 2017 at 11:11
Jan 10, 2017
Cane Creek's New DB AIR [IL] Shock + OPT and DROPT Remotes - Press Release
@Loche: That is true if the forces holding the rubber to the shaft were the same, but they are not because the seal is bigger next to the cylinder wall as well, so more squeeze force pushing on more seal area, equates to higher friction (same force on more area), I think? Regardless I'd say it's probably negligible.
Rasterman mikekazimer's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 12:21
Jan 6, 2017
Inside Push Industries
"stay tuned" ;)
Rasterman trekgravitygirl's article
Jan 6, 2017 at 12:14
Jan 6, 2017
After the Fall - Riding the Injury Cycle with Steffi Marth
I cannot recommend enough to become a specialist yourself of your own injury; no one else will care as much as you do - Steffi Marth WORDS TO LIVE BY - I've found that doctors sometimes disagree on what is best. NEVER see just one for a serious injury. Get three opinions before committing to a plan. I've even found after becoming nearly an expert on my personal injuries that some doctors were giving bad advice. Good luck Steffi
Rasterman davidarthur's article
Jan 4, 2017 at 7:57
Jan 4, 2017
Merida One-Sixty 8000 - Review
Yeah I kind of feel the same. What about reviewing based on a point scale? There are categories, climbing, descending, looks, cost, component quality, weight, playfulness, etc... Each category is rated 1-10, 10 being best, but here is the kicker, the total score can only be a certain number, so you can't have a perfect 10 bike, this forces the reviewer to actually think about the different qualities of the bike and which stand out. Nearly all bikes these days are "great", so there is no point in giving them a total score, reviews should focus on what makes the bike different or unique, or what doesn't. By using the point system you can then say I want a bike that is playful among all else, then you put them into and it spits out the top contenders. Idk, just and idea
Rasterman VorsprungSuspension's article
Dec 21, 2016 at 17:56
Dec 21, 2016
The Tuesday Tune Ep 8: Why We're Riding Telescopic Forks - Video
@AMGoran: The same thing that happens now, the fork is not as plush and tuned for brake diving. It's when your not braking that the fork is different.
Rasterman VorsprungSuspension's article
Dec 20, 2016 at 19:27
Dec 20, 2016
The Tuesday Tune Ep 8: Why We're Riding Telescopic Forks - Video
Why not build a brake sensor and fork control system that adjusts the fork on the fly for brake dive? It could even be done fully mechanically, simply send your front brake fluid to the fork internals to adjust fork thingys.
Rasterman mikekazimer's article
Dec 20, 2016 at 17:36
Dec 20, 2016
Yeti SB5.5 - Review
@fartymarty: BC cleaning a camel back was annoying, very hot to wear, and I feel more free without one.
Rasterman mikekazimer's article
Dec 20, 2016 at 17:34
Dec 20, 2016
Yeti SB5.5 - Review
@mxben13: Yeah that's what I did too. Still gets your hands wet and nasty sometimes. Thankfully I'm back to a properly mounted bottle and those days are forever gone :D
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