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dfiler claw's article
Sep 24, 2016 at 5:07
Sep 24, 2016
Making the Perfect Moments with Darren Berrecloth - Video
I too was surprised by them not running both lights. Helmet light is needed so you can see where you're going around turns. Bar light is needed to provide depth perception. Helmet lights cast no visible shadows since the light is coming from the same point as your eyes. Without shadows everything is flat or 2 dimensional.
dfiler mikelevy's article
Sep 23, 2016 at 12:25
Sep 23, 2016
Industry Nine's New Enduro Wheels - Interbike 2016
Have had LB rims on my singlespeed for like 5 years. I went to true them last year and there was nothing to true. Still perfect to the milimeter.
dfiler RichardCunningham's article
Sep 23, 2016 at 6:41
Sep 23, 2016
Topeak Is More Than Tools - Interbike 2016
My phone would survive about 2 rides mounted to the stem. Maybe.
dfiler canadaka's article
Sep 21, 2016 at 8:33
Sep 21, 2016
Trailforks App Anniversary Update
Competition is good! But having to maintain trail data in two systems blows. Around here trailforks is so inaccurate or out of date that it is advisable not to use it. I'm sure the situation is reversed in other areas.
dfiler canadaka's article
Sep 21, 2016 at 8:30
Sep 21, 2016
Trailforks App Anniversary Update
Well of course trailforks works in airplane mode. That's the whole point of an offline maps app... and also the point of my post. The difference between GPS and cellular confuses some people. GPS just needs satellite reception and it is completely unrelated to cell service. Displaying a map either requires cell service to download maps on the fly or an offline maps app that downloads and saves maps ahead of time.
dfiler canadaka's article
Sep 21, 2016 at 5:51
Sep 21, 2016
Trailforks App Anniversary Update
There are tons of map apps that work while offline by downloading and storing maps on your actual phone. If you want a map app that works without reception, you should download a map app that works without reception. ;) I frequently drive and ride in the national radio quiet zone, a 13000 square mile area in eastern united states that prohibits most radio signals. Meaning, there is almost no mobile service at all. Offline maps work great. You just have to download one of the zillion apps that are out there.
dfiler RichardCunningham's article
Sep 20, 2016 at 8:51
Sep 20, 2016
What People Are Saying - Interbike 2016
@downhiller900sl: " plus bikes are aimed at people entering the sport, not fullon experienced aggressive riders. They seem to give support for people that need it" That's what people said about full suspension bikes when they first came out. They're less efficient and make riding too easy. In fact, that pretty much describes all modern mountain bikes. They make trails too easy compared to older bikes.
dfiler RichardCunningham's article
Sep 20, 2016 at 8:45
Sep 20, 2016
What People Are Saying - Interbike 2016
I enjoy riding the bikes that I already have and also enjoy lusting after new bikes. My bike today is way better than what I rode 30 years ago. Every year, riding seems new again as I fall in love with a new bike. The great thing about having a good job and comfortable life? I can afford to buy many expensive bikes and take them on epic vacations with friends. Sorry if it pisses you off. :-p
dfiler geebeebee's article
Sep 8, 2016 at 10:36
Sep 8, 2016
Your Essential Guide to the Val di Sole DH World Champs 2016
@Rubberelli: Exactly. The olympics are weird.
dfiler geebeebee's article
Sep 7, 2016 at 13:28
Sep 7, 2016
Your Essential Guide to the Val di Sole DH World Champs 2016
He's the 10th fastest man in the series and came in 2nd at Lourdes, for whatever that is worth. That and the whole rockstar thing... I think plenty of brands would love to pick him up.
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