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dirtworks911 RichardCunningham's article
Aug 9, 2015 at 2:35
Aug 9, 2015
PINKBIKE POLL: Press-Fit Bottom brackets
Remember that one time Pinkbike removed my comment because it contradicted the author's views on this matter? Me too!
dirtworks911 RichardCunningham's article
Aug 7, 2015 at 9:03
Aug 7, 2015
PINKBIKE POLL: Press-Fit Bottom brackets
29ers don't count! Yuck... Jk ;) Message me when it does and I'll give you some tips to fix it.
dirtworks911 RichardCunningham's article
Aug 7, 2015 at 8:16
Aug 7, 2015
PINKBIKE POLL: Press-Fit Bottom brackets
It's cheaper to manufacture so they try to brainwash us into thinking its stiffer, quieter, and easier to maintain which is all a lie. Out of all bicycle debates, this is the one subject that really gets me going "0 to 100 nigga real quick!" Presented with the opportunity, I'd sock the person who wrote this article so hard in the face he'd forget what side the drive side bearings go. This is why... Press fit bbs remove a few steps of manufacturing which in turn lowers costs. It "may" be stiffer than standard bbs but I've never had any issues with flex from a properly installed standard bb. And the creeks, oh those creaks! Putting all these smaller issues aside, there is one thing that no one can refute, not even the skinny wiener who wrote this incredibly biased article. Carbon sleeves wear out. I've seen this happen every week for the past 5 years working at a trek store. After a solid year of racing, we would have team members come in only to find their bb bearings floating, that's right, floating in what used to be a snug casing on their road bikes. Solution to fix the problem? Trek started sending out bearings with a millimeter wider outter diameter. This problem can only be fixed only so many times before the frame is toast and needs to be thrown away...just like a disposable camera. I know most of us reading this ride mountain bikes but know this, trek uses the same bb shell for their carbon mountain frames as well (excluding the session.) Press fit is a pile of shit and hope everyone knows not to eat it up like the author of this article has. Santa Cruz, Niner, and Ibis have their bb shell knowledge down. That's why they use standard bbs. Go ahead and get a press fit frame if you want, just don't cry and bitch out your local bike shop when it fails and you have to throw away your entire frame.
dirtworks911 mattwragg's photo
Aug 2, 2015 at 9:02
Aug 2, 2015
That blue tab. Where can I get one?!

dirtworks911 gmanfreeride's photo
Jun 27, 2015 at 8:34
Jun 27, 2015
Where is this at?

Selling
Apr 23, 2015 at 6:54
Apr 23, 2015

NEW SRAM XO1 Shifter/Derailleur FREE SHIPPING

$245 USD
Hey Pinkbikers, Got a brand new Sram XO1 shifter and derailleur set for sale. Specs: Shifter- XO1 11-speed shifter (Black) w/o clamp Derailleur- XO1 11-speed Type 2.1 (Black) Free shipping within lower 48. Buyer pays paypal fees.

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Apr 23, 2015 at 6:50
Apr 23, 2015
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Apr 23, 2015 at 6:40
Apr 23, 2015
Selling
Apr 23, 2015 at 6:39
Apr 23, 2015

Brand New Rock Shox Pike RCT3 (160mm - 650b)

$625 USD
Got a brand new Rock Shox Pike RCT3. Got this for an all mountain bike project but have decided to go a different direction. Condition: New, never mounted, uncut steer. Specs: TRAVEL 160mm WEIGHT 1861g (4.10 lb) SPRING Solo Air ADJUSTMENTS External rebound, low speed compression, RCT3 3-position compression (Open/Pedal/Lock) COLOR Black Price is firm since it is brand new. Buyer pays shipping and paypal fees.

dirtworks911 trek's article
Apr 17, 2015 at 11:23
Apr 17, 2015
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