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bjorntsc mikekazimer's article
Oct 17, 2014 at 10:52
3 days
DVO Emerald Inverted Fork- Review
I agree the current up-right forks have less un-sprung mass. Part of this is the damper not being open bath in the big 2 companies. The bushings are exposed to the lubricant more in an inverted fork, not just the seals. The initial break away force is going to depend on the seals near the top of travel due to the force on the fork not being very large initially. Other things the new boxxer has going for it: The larger air volume of the negative chamber reduces the change in volume initially. This reduces initial ramp up that makes air forks feel harsh. Lighter lowers and damper. Better shim stack arrangment rather than relying on orifice damping. Post proccess machining for the crowns and lowers. This decreases friction by keeping the fork straighter with less bushing binding.
bjorntsc mikekazimer's article
Oct 16, 2014 at 11:31
Oct 16, 2014
DVO Emerald Inverted Fork- Review
165#, 6'0" Bike currently weighs in at 38#, so not too worried about weight. Just don't want to add a extra 2 pounds up front for $500 more. I also have a hard time believing there is less un-sprung mass with the addition of the carbon arch.
bjorntsc mikekazimer's article
Oct 15, 2014 at 22:56
Oct 15, 2014
DVO Emerald Inverted Fork- Review
2585g for 26" boxxer world cup. 3490g for emerald. 905g difference!
bjorntsc rachellefrazer's article
Oct 3, 2014 at 20:19
Oct 3, 2014
October Online Deals
They havery additional sales every once and a while. $302 for a set of Saint brakes, $42 for a zee derailleur.
bjorntsc RichardCunningham's article
Sep 24, 2014 at 23:57
Sep 24, 2014
Press Release: REI is Exclusive Retailer for Ghost Cycles in USA
I like walking around in them and looking at all the random stuff and weird people. "People of Rei" Love all the mini tents...
bjorntsc RichardCunningham's article
Sep 24, 2014 at 23:32
Sep 24, 2014
Five Questions: Enduro Racer Marco Osborne on Winning the Mammoth Mountain Pro GRT
I honestly thought that lefty forks were noodles until I tried to twist one. Super stiff and supple! Would definitely buy a bike with one if I could afford it.
bjorntsc RichardCunningham's article
Sep 21, 2014 at 23:01
Sep 21, 2014
Five Questions: Max Commencal
Best Q&A ever!!! DH FOR THE WIN!
bjorntsc RichardCunningham's video
Sep 14, 2014 at 21:24
Sep 14, 2014
Just tried this without a shirt... Not bad, skin moves with vibration, so no abrasion. Try with belt sander for more realistic test of sliding.

bjorntsc b4buster's video
Sep 8, 2014 at 19:54
Sep 8, 2014
Just have your buddy fly a cheap one after you. Way more stable quad copters can be found online/made.

bjorntsc anthony3vans's video
Aug 29, 2014 at 0:07
Aug 29, 2014
Dude, bush saved your life.

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