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deeeight RichardCunningham's article
Jan 20, 2017 at 8:35
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Pinkbike Poll: Which Major Component is the Least Evolved Part of a Mountain Bike?
I went chains because other than being thinner, to match thinner cog teeth and spacing between cogs, there hasn't been anything truly evolved about them in twenty plus years. They are still made of steel and using bushingless construction with pins between plates. We had companies doing side plate shape manipulations to claim to do X better than the other makers in 1993.
deeeight laurenjenkins's article
Jan 12, 2017 at 14:44
Jan 12, 2017
Snapshot: Examining the UCI's Changes to World Cup DH Racing
Notice how all the team managers are men...and all seem to be in favour of these changes.
deeeight pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 10, 2017 at 16:45
Jan 10, 2017
Ask Pinkbike: Choosing a Hardtail, Tire Width, and Stumpjumper Shock Options
The hardtail solution is to pick something that can also take a conversion width 650B plus tire as well as the 29er tire. The WTB Trailblazer 2.8 is meant as a conversion tire for 29ers and will fit many frames/forks so a second wheelset to swap in is all you need to go from a 40 miler 29er bike to a playful hardtail with bigger air volume tires and a slightly lower ride height.
deeeight ellsworthbikes's article
Jan 7, 2017 at 9:24
Jan 7, 2017
Ellsworth Announces Brian Lopes As Team Rider - Press Release
Tinker would just become a brand ambassador for Cannondale, Tomac would start his own brand again, Missy is riding for John Parker's Underground Bike Works, Overend continues to be sponsored by Specialized. Both Ned and Missy are all about the big tires now. UBW only makes plus bikes and Ned likes to do ultra-enduro/epic adventure racing on fat and plus bikes.
deeeight VeeTireCo's article
Dec 21, 2016 at 2:22
Dec 21, 2016
Vee Tire Debuts Rail Tracker and T-Fatty Plus Tires for 2017
The T-fatty replaces the Trax Fatty, eliminates the 82mm / 3.25 width option, the silica rubber option, and also the 120TPI casing. There is a new Plus version of the Bulldozer model, available in 120TPI Silica though again no 3.25 width EXCEPT in a 29 Plus size. I assume they're eliminating the 3.25 x 650B width option because aside from Rocky Mountain and Specialized, no brands have designed their Plus frames to clear such tires, and those brands spec Maxxis or their own brand tires so the sales they hoped for just aren't there. I myself think the Specialized plus tires are shit so I replaced the ones that came with my Fuse with Vee Trax Fatty 3.25s. Used the bike and tires exclusively for five months and got zero punctures that ended a ride, and only minor sidewall scuffing to be seen, and I ride a LOT of rocky trails which have cut Hutchinson, Schwalbe, Continental and Panaracer tires under me before.
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Dec 20, 2016 at 4:13
Dec 20, 2016
Selling
Dec 20, 2016 at 4:12
Dec 20, 2016

45NRTH Fasterkatt Winter / Cold Weather Boots

$100 USD
* Price is firm and in USD, buyer pays all shipping, paypal payment only / NO cod * - New Old stock in original packaging - Comfort range is 25F to 45F degrees (-4C to +7C) - heat reflective insole - lace up interior shoe with full upper zip rubber closure - great for winter commuting and training rides and fat biking in areas where it snows during the winter months - 2 bolt cleat compatible (for Shimano SPD / crank brothers eggbeaters or similar) - Size 41 Euro

deeeight RichardCunningham's article
Dec 9, 2016 at 21:06
Dec 9, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: Will Your Next Bike be Downhill or All-Mountain?
So they get a few thousand votes for the categories who's advertising they need to sell... and none for what the vast majority of riders actually buy.
deeeight evocsports's article
Dec 6, 2016 at 20:05
Dec 6, 2016
Fail Of The Month - November
I much prefer the videos without repeated replays and slow-motion edits added in.
deeeight davidarthur's article
Dec 6, 2016 at 14:35
Dec 6, 2016
Merida Big Trail - Review
Depends on the tire and rim models. Some "plus" tires are smaller in diameter, some are larger. It really comes down to specific comparisons. Also wider rims flatten out the tread profile (for more width on the ground) at the expense of overall diameter / tallest point of the tire. The same tire on three different width rims could give three different inflated widths and diameters. Surly has a tire specs chart for their models on their website that includes these numbers if you want to go read specifics. WTB's Trailblazer 2.8 tires in particular though are NOT really plus tread widths. The 2.8 is the casing width (the actual tread width is only 2.35), when inflated on a i45 rim. They're meant for converting existing 29er frame/forks to a 27.5/650B plus setup. The widest part of the tire being the casing sidewalls, are at a point further from the bridge point between the fork legs / chain & seat stays than the tread area. The actual overall diameter of the tires is about 28.5 inches. I tried them on a set of narrower rims on my Salsa Spearfish and Reba fork and it cleared fine, but it dropped the BB height and pedal clearances more than I would have liked. Its more air volume yes, but not actually more traction beyond what you get from running a bit lower pressure. For real plus riding fun, you want more tread width.
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