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choppertank3e davidarthur's article
Jan 21, 2017 at 8:35
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Sixth Element 27.5+ Carbon Wheelset - Review
Military carbon especially ballistic grade carbon is not available to plebs. Cannon dale had some a while back and claim that their own carbon is similar but who knows.
choppertank3e davidarthur's article
Jan 21, 2017 at 8:31
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Sixth Element 27.5+ Carbon Wheelset - Review
@WAKIdesigns: @WAKIdesigns: mavic still sell 26 inch spares? A work mate found a cracked cross trail rear wheel on kerbside collection. Wonder if they'll sell me an st or sx rim. Do these new wide rims mean that plus tyres will soon be able to corner when they make plus sized DFRs? All these anecdotal subjective comments aren't really useful. Can someone please destroy 1000 wheels of every different type and come up with a rating system based upon the actual force in Newton metres or lbft that each rim can withstand on average from blunt force trauma.
choppertank3e rasoulution's article
Jan 21, 2017 at 6:08
18 hours
Fabio Wibmer's 20 Tricks for Winter - Video
@WAKIdesigns: @WAKIdesigns: How is it better than the trials videos he put out ages ago? I can't pedal kick not because Ryan didn't coach it well enough. I've been jumping bikes since I was 5 and have tons of bad habits that are hard to unlearn. It just takes tons of practice especially if you have slow reflexes, poor healing, bad habits and shitty equipment.
choppertank3e mikekazimer's article
Jan 21, 2017 at 5:36
18 hours
HT T1 Pedals - Review
Not good in mud? That's what mallets are for.
choppertank3e RichardCunningham's article
Jan 21, 2017 at 4:59
19 hours
Pinkbike Poll: Which Major Component is the Least Evolved Part of a Mountain Bike?
How about some active suspension with magnets instead of fluids? They are being produced for cars but bikes have way more demanding suspension needs.
choppertank3e RichardCunningham's article
Jan 21, 2017 at 4:55
19 hours
Pinkbike Poll: Which Major Component is the Least Evolved Part of a Mountain Bike?
@radrider: So you can get the pointy bit up your arse? Free riders tilt it backwards for seat grabs and leg pinches on no hand tricks. The frame already should be angled back on a DH bike the seat is just level with the bike not angled backwards. I angle my seat forwards to keep it away from my nuts uphill or downhill or jumping. Seats with rounded or angled rear edges allow sliding off at any angle.
choppertank3e RichardCunningham's article
Jan 21, 2017 at 4:38
19 hours
Pinkbike Poll: Which Major Component is the Least Evolved Part of a Mountain Bike?
@WAKIdesigns: the best place for a motor is currently occupied by the bottom bracket. There is an ebike with an integrated bottom bracket and motor. Look up optibike. One day there will be an integrated bottom bracket gearbox. One day there will be an integrated bottom bracket gear box and motor. I want an integrated bottum bracket gear box motor where the motor can be removed.
choppertank3e RichardCunningham's article
Jan 21, 2017 at 4:23
20 hours
Pinkbike Poll: Which Major Component is the Least Evolved Part of a Mountain Bike?
@bikermaniac101: @bikermaniac101: shimono and rohloff have you covered. Service intervals on rohloff has not been found yet. Some are going on twenty years and 100, 000 + kms. Just stick it in your wheel where the hub used to be. Saves the weight of one hub on a gear box bike. Get a heavy fork and front wheel to balance it out.
choppertank3e mikekazimer's article
Jan 11, 2017 at 15:47
Jan 11, 2017
Ridden and Rated - Five Trail Knee Guards
Having permanent injury wearing minimal pads where can I get maximum pads anymore. 661 stopped making DJ pros and I left mine stateside.
choppertank3e mikelevy's article
Jan 11, 2017 at 5:48
Jan 11, 2017
New Year, New You? - Opinion
Introduced my mates 14 year old bmx park riding son with a rental last weekend. Within half an hour of acclimatising himself to the dirt, he was clearing jumps I've been trying to clear for years.
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