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bassnotesteve Michlar's article
Nov 1, 2014 at 15:00
Nov 1, 2014
Video: Michal Gzela Rides Les2Alpes
So this is what a normal, good rider looks like, huh? I don't mean that as a slight to the rider, he's good. But you get so used to pro, WC level riders on PB videos you forget what most advanced riders look like. Anyway, nice video. L2A looks amazing.
bassnotesteve rasoulution's article
Oct 2, 2014 at 11:33
Oct 2, 2014
MUST WATCH Video: Danny MacAskill on the Edge of Cliffs
@redcom: got on to make that comment, but yours was better anyway
bassnotesteve redbullbike's article
Jun 5, 2014 at 16:19
Jun 5, 2014
Course Preview: UCI World Cup Round 3, Fort William
No joke. He's super humble (in this one, Claudio says his riding buddy will be faster, then Claudio smokes him). But I wonder how much faster the pros are? I mean, he's not putting together a whole race run, but in some of those sections I think he's gotta be getting close to matching some of the best guys speeds. If the pros are still a lot faster than Claudio, then I have even more respect
bassnotesteve yeticycles's article
Jun 3, 2014 at 18:17
Jun 3, 2014
Rider Perspective: Kilts Off At EWS 2 In Peebles, Scotland
Not sure if you're being sarcastic, but if not I definitely agree. Weird as it is, videos get boring. More fun to read and check pics
bassnotesteve SteelCityMedia's article
May 3, 2014 at 20:41
May 3, 2014
Video: This Is Peaty - Season 3 Trailer
First off, I have to admit that last part is funny as shit. But in Gee's defense, he does have a camera on him (as someone else pointed out), and he might just be a bit of a patriotic guy and wants to show some respect for the national anthem. Nothing wrong with that. He does seem a bit square, but there are plenty of reasons he doesn't just want to bust up laughing during the national anthem while on camera. Though I probably would have...
bassnotesteve mikekazimer's article
Apr 2, 2014 at 11:42
Apr 2, 2014
First Look: 2014 Santa Cruz Nomad
I still think it's too close to the bronson. 15 mm of travel and slightly different geometry isn't enough for a whole different bike. You could make modifications to a either a bronson or a nomad to get your "fit". Stock setup is rarely right for anyone. You'll end up swapping stems, bars, etc. so with that in mind it seems to me that Bronson and Nomad together are overkill.
bassnotesteve mattwragg's article
Feb 26, 2014 at 11:21
Feb 26, 2014
THAT Was a Bike: 1991 GT Xizang LE
I had one of these for about 6 years when I was XC racing. When I stopped racing and just started riding for fun I decided to sell it, and after six years it looked like new and I got $800 for the frame. Coolest thing about this bike is the polished titanium. There were a lot of titanium bikes around Colorado at that time (mid 90s--mostly Litespeed, but Moots as well) but none of them looked like the Xizang. Definitely the coolest bike on the trail. Only problem was tons of lateral flex on the rear triangle when braking, so you needed a brake arch. Wouldn't matter now with disc brakes
bassnotesteve mikelevy's article
Dec 30, 2013 at 9:03
Dec 30, 2013
Cannondale Trigger 29 Carbon 1- Review
I would be looking forward to these bike reviews a whole lot more if PB was going to rank the bikes at some point, or at least give a star-rating like some other review magazines do. Of course every bike is different--for different riders, different disciplines, blah, blah, blah--but when the conclusion of the review is something like: "if you're a hard-charging AM rider who may enter an enduro race or two, this bike could be for you...." That is totally unhelpful for 95% of people looking to buy a bike. PB: please do some kind of rating system, or a "editor's choice" or "PB writers' choice" type of thing. You're in the middle of reviewing 20 or so bikes, so please come to some conclusions other than "every bike is different". For the record, I appreciate the work you do and know that I am reading it for free...
bassnotesteve RichardCunningham's article
Dec 16, 2013 at 11:25
Dec 16, 2013
GT Force Carbon Pro - Reviewed
Look at the PB comments about the Fury. Even after it had just won 4 world cup downhills (if you count Gee and Rachel), and the PB reviewers said it was on the shortlist of best downhill bike they had ever ridden, it was trashed in the comments section. This site always bashes GT. I really don't care that much, but just wanted to point it out. Yeah, I guess GT sold at "lousy bike shops", but usually that just made them cheaper. Fine by me.
bassnotesteve RichardCunningham's article
Dec 16, 2013 at 11:01
Dec 16, 2013
GT Force Carbon Pro - Reviewed
I agree with sino428, and I noticed a similar thing when PB first reviewed the new Fury. People on this site just hate GT. I own a force. It is a great bike for some things, not so great for others. The review actually nails it, I think, in that the bike feels like a boat at slow speeds and it's pretty heavy. I've looked stupid on quite a few slow, technical sections that I could clean fairly easily on my previous bike. But the i-drive is also amazing at pedaling through rough stuff and at descending fast in general. So like any other bike, it has advantages and disadvantages.
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