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Saidrick danyul's article
Aug 20, 2015 at 21:31
Aug 20, 2015
Tour Guide: Hans Rey's Laguna Beach
Man, tough room... Hans is an original legend that took the sport in new directions and continues to grow the sport today. His passion and skill are limitless. He has ridden with the same sponsors and the same bike Company, but he could definitialy Rock tHe klunker bike at whistler.
Saidrick mikekazimer's article
Aug 19, 2015 at 7:58
Aug 19, 2015
First Ride: Polygon Collosus DH9
Wow, Polygon with your multiple wheel size options and direct responses to questions in the comments, you're making a new fan of your company. Thanks.
Saidrick TransitionBikeCompany's article
Aug 14, 2015 at 7:45
Aug 14, 2015
Video: Klunkin Whistler
That is mountain biking at its purest and finest form: riding a bike down a mountain with skill, style and speed. More videos
Saidrick mikelevy's article
Aug 11, 2015 at 12:15
Aug 11, 2015
Prototype Morpheus DH Bike - Crankworx Whistler 2015
"Strong, light, cheap. Pick two." Keith Bontrager Something seems odd about a 200mm travel DH bike that weighs 33.5lbs and costs 5k. The long term review of this bike will tell us if Bontrager is right.
Saidrick nolevers's article
Jul 24, 2015 at 11:44
Jul 24, 2015
Preview: Downieville Classic 2015
Downieville is a great place to ride, but it's the people in the town that make it a "must ride" spot. Marin County( CA) could learn a lot from the folks up there about how to treat mountain bikers. Hopefully I can make a second trip up there this year.
Saidrick RichardCunningham's article
Jun 30, 2015 at 12:26
Jun 30, 2015
Now THAT Was a Bike: 1990 Mantis Valkyrie
Great article and bike too. RC continues to inspire and cultivate the sport and life style of mountain biking. Out of curiosity, had bar-ends been invented yet in 1990?
Saidrick TransitionBikeCompany's article
Jun 8, 2015 at 21:07
Jun 8, 2015
Video: Klunkin' Ain't Easy
Great riding, excellent skills on display all wrapped up in a nice nostalgic feeling ,present day package of rad-ness, to remind us all why we should be riding... Thanks go to Transition and Pinkbike.
Saidrick RichardCunningham's article
May 23, 2015 at 7:17
May 23, 2015
Oddities from the Pits - Nove Mesto World Cup XC
Don't let the bikes fool you, these racers would be really good on any type of mountain bike. I had never heard or seen the whole remove the brake rotor bolts idea before. I assumed they only switched all the Bolts to Ti bolts. I do like seeing all the innovation that these racers are trying out/ creating for their bikes.
Saidrick mikelevy's article
May 22, 2015 at 13:03
May 22, 2015
Opinion - Thinkers, Tinkerers, and Inventors
I think Mike is giving the industry too Much credit. The switch to 27.5" happened at a trade show in Taiwan, 2012, and was done as a group to increase sales. There is no benefit to bigger wheels, other than fit for larger people. There was no inoovation: to quote Moschler from WTB " 26" has been taken off the menu." Press fit is a cheaper was to manufacture a product, again not innovation...but does increase profit. Boost sizes, + sizes bigger wheels and press fit BB'sare not To be confused with game changers like the dropper post: the industry never got rid of regular seat post. Full suspension, the industry never got rid of the rigid, hard tail, SS,etc... And finally, today's marketing gimmicks will never have the benefits or innovation that disc brakes brought to mountain bike world. You cannot compare something that saves you from crashing in wet weather or trails to something which now requires glue( PPBB) instead of threads, a wheel that is a 1/2" bigger or a new version of an old idea about oversize tires. I like the article, but I do not think that industry is as innocent as Mike would lead you to think they are. Is it really innovation when you have to remove a tire to true a carbon wheel? Or when you need to be really selective in choosing a Front ring because you only have one...?
Saidrick mikelevy's article
May 8, 2015 at 20:00
May 8, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Will You Consider Buying a 27.5+ Bike?
@boldfish, The Nomad is a really good bike. Don't let the industry fool you that newer is always better. Good bikes are good bikes, regardless of wheel size. As for all the new standards... The more I see of them, the less likely I am to buy any of them. I have decided instead to invest my money into having a great set of wheels custom built for my 26" bike.
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