dcm6861

Live to ride.. Always looking to ride new stuff and share the experience with others... and trying to do my part in pushing the progression of biking in the black hills area...

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dcm6861 jasperwesselman's article
Feb 11, 2015 at 14:44
Feb 11, 2015
Video: Bryn Atkinson in NorCal
Thousands of hours of trail construction and maintenance locally for me the last couple years. Don't hate.
dcm6861 jasperwesselman's article
Feb 11, 2015 at 12:02
Feb 11, 2015
Video: Bryn Atkinson in NorCal
That's it... Moving to Santa Cruz. Who's hiring??
dcm6861 SRSuntour's article
Jan 28, 2015 at 20:38
Jan 28, 2015
Pro Demo Weekend at Ray's with Tippie and Storch
Tippie celebrating his birthday at Ray's... right on!
dcm6861 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 23, 2015 at 6:33
Jan 23, 2015
Pinkbike Award Winner: Product of the Year
Its because of its effectiveness at installing tubeless. It makes sense.
dcm6861 mountainbikextremist's video
Jan 20, 2015 at 18:49
Jan 20, 2015
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dcm6861 evil-bikes's article
Jan 10, 2015 at 22:40
Jan 10, 2015
Video: Luke Strobel Launches The Following
I agree blitz, but an enduro setup on a 27.5 or 26 can crush those turns nearly as well. Not foreseeing that snappy of movements out of a 29er. People just like 29 because they ride faster and rougher trails become much easier. You don't have to be as clean on your line choices to keep you momentum up. This is why 27.5 is such a great alternative and improvement over 26. We would have seen 29 inch downhill rigs a long time ago if 29ers could keep up on the tight, steeper stuff. A very small amount of pro's ever ride 29 or talk them up, there's a reason for it.
dcm6861 mikelevy's article
Jan 8, 2015 at 14:43
Jan 8, 2015
Pinkbike Awards: Suspension Product of the Year
Not sure about that Triber, the demo didn't accomplish anything great this year. Brosnan won on the old carbon 27.5 demo but no wins on the new frame. Jared graves certainly killed it. But I think its safe to say the 27.5 V10 on the other hand...
dcm6861 evil-bikes's article
Jan 8, 2015 at 14:35
Jan 8, 2015
Video: Luke Strobel Launches The Following
I'm not really saying I don't think its capable. Geometry has always been the main reason for 29ers not being aggressive monsters in the past. But I am saying if it struggles on more technical sections as compared to something built like a nomad or a covert then I think it isn't nearly as good as it could be in a 27.5 format. My basis for this claim is the fact the trail on this film isn't very technical. It's a flowy jump trail and while it clearly shows it is a very capable jumper and that may hint towards better aggressive and technical capabilities it is still just a flow trail. And since I'm a hater let me give you a clear example of my references to steeper and tighter stuff and "the rally". http://www.pinkbike.com/video/343900/ Show me someone destroying corners even remotely like that on a 29er, ANY 29er and tell me its more about skill. 29ers will always excel at rolling over harsher hits etc but they will never corner like a 26.
dcm6861 mikelevy's article
Jan 8, 2015 at 14:20
Jan 8, 2015
Pinkbike Awards: Suspension Product of the Year
I certainly don't think its unreasonable to assume fox actually had the best suspension product of 2014. Being that the 2015 model was revamped and probably noticeably better performing then the 2014 model is pretty huge. I have a 2014 talas 36 180mm and it handles some pretty rugged stuff like a boss. If the 2015 model is in fact better I would be very impressed. That being said I don't believe the pike changed this year and even though it may be #1 or #2 it qualifies lower then the new 36 simply because the 36 is revamped and "new" for this year.
dcm6861 briceshirbach's article
Jan 7, 2015 at 23:15
Jan 7, 2015
Interview: Neko Mulally - Headed to Gstaad-Scott
Oskar Blue's Old Chub scottish ale is a damn fine beer too... I can't think of a brewery I'd rather have sponsoring me.
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