f*cking love riding DH and racing
Welsh-mountain-gremlin redbullbike's article
Sep 15, 2015 at 15:15Sep 15, 2015
Video: Red Bull Hardline 2015 - Short Highlights
1000,000 bucks says they cant !
Jul 29, 2015 at 12:30Jul 29, 2015
Nukeproof Scalp 2014 rockshox kage Hi for sale is my 2014 Nukeproof scalp frame this is a world cup proven frame raced until 2013 by the Nukeproof team, bought early February and heli taped from new. The frame has been used fairly regularly but has always been well maintained, Nukeproof Scalp is the original DH race rig offering 209mm of progressive rear travel via a pull-link driven single-pivot suspension system. Ridden through two tough seasons on the DH World Cup circuit by the riders of Team CRC/Nukeproof, the Scalp is a race-proven speed machine. Built using T6 6061 aluminium with custom triple-butted hydroformed tubing for a perfectly balanced strength to weight combination, the Scalp is a slack and low-slung gravity sled built for the steepest, most technical and most challenging race runs the sport can throw up. Boasting a super-slack 63-degree head angle, 47.12” wheelbase and +17mm BB height (medium size) the Scalp is characterised by its centrally-positioned shock and linkage system to keep the centre of gravity low and handlng sweet. Rear hub spacing is standard 150mm while BB shell width is 83mm. The 1.5in headtube can be used in conjunction with the latest generation of Nukeproof headsets to cater for OS 1.5” steerer forks, standard 1 1/8” or tapered steerers. Progressive platform Suspension-wise, the Scalp uses a single-pivot configuration with a unified rear triangle for optimum strength and stiffness. Its pull-link driven Fallout Linkage drives the shock in a three-stage progressive action - progressive throughout, with increasing progression at the beginning and end of the stroke, but a linearly progressive midstroke to avoid any spikes in damping. Huge 40mm diameter main pivot bearings are used with bearings mounted in machined faces in the swingarm, to provide maximum spacing and stiffness. Twin dogbones pull, rather than push, the swinglink giving a perfect progression rate, and allowing ride height tuning by swapping for different length links. Features: T6 6061 aluminium frame construction Custom triple-butted hydroformed tubing Three-stage Fallout Linkage suspension 209mm travel True 1.5” headtube ISCG 05 Specifications: Head angle: 63 degrees Shock length: 240mm x 76mm Shock Option: RockShox Kage Seatpost: 30.9mm Rear axle: 150mm x 12mm Chainstay Length: 446.3mm BB shell: 83mm BB height: +17mm It has the usual scratched around the chain stay from chain slap (see photos). It also has a few scratches around the rear axle and some superficial marks on the heli tape around the bottom bracket area, there are also some small spots of cable rub on the frame but are un-noticable unless looked at closely. other than this there is very little cosmetic damage to the frame as it is covered in heli tape. also supplied with the frame will be the Nukeproof warhead headset and a 203 shimano brake mount adapter. and a Madison seatpost clamp any questions please feel free to message me Regards Emlyn
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Jul 29, 2015 at 12:11Jul 29, 2015
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Jul 20, 2015 at 11:35Jul 20, 2015
Welsh-mountain-gremlin mikekazimer's article
Jul 18, 2015 at 4:54Jul 18, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Flow Trails vs. Technical Trails
"flow" shouldn't be determined by the trail it should be determined by the rider take greg minnars last world cup win smooth and flowy on a wc dh track. any rider can get flow out of a trail it just requires knowledge and skill's, Flow trails don't exist only skilled riders
Welsh-mountain-gremlin penderham's article
Jul 18, 2015 at 3:48Jul 18, 2015
Video: Chris Smith - Best Of 2014
out of interest i wonder how many of the features were actually built by Chris?
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Jun 27, 2015 at 15:38Jun 27, 2015
Jun 27, 2015 at 15:36Jun 27, 2015
For sale are my 2012 Boxxer RC I have owned these for just over a year. The seals were replaced October 2014 and weren't used for 6 months due to breaking my foot during which time they also received a service done at Bike Park Wales. There is the usual cosmetic damage on the lowers and 1 small scratch on the upper sanctions in between the two crown's but this will not affect suspension as it is not on moving part. also supplied with the forks will be the odi lock on fork bumpers rrp£15 steerer is 1/18 price includes post and packing I will also get a lower fork service done before sale to make sure they are running good for you any questions please feel free to contact me Thanks Emlyn
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Jun 11, 2015 at 14:04Jun 11, 2015
Welsh-mountain-gremlin willsoffe's video
Jun 6, 2015 at 12:18Jun 6, 2015
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