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fatenduro redbullbike's article
Nov 11, 2015 at 11:28
Nov 11, 2015
MUST WATCH - Kriss Kyle's Kaleidoscope
Acid was the guy who thought up this build. Amazing like nothing on this planet.
fatenduro TheProsCloset's article
Nov 11, 2015 at 10:22
Nov 11, 2015
Video: The Pro's Closet Museum Series - Ned Overend
It's props to niko for still riding 26. Sounds like you're trying to start something @endurorlite. Keep insulting people and you will. Anyhow Ned rode 26 in his prime. There's something about old people needing bigger wheels and getting all self righteous when you point out it ain't all it's cranked up to be. For the record 20 is the best wheel size, and bmx has the best suspension ever made.
fatenduro TheProsCloset's article
Nov 11, 2015 at 1:19
Nov 11, 2015
Video: The Pro's Closet Museum Series - Ned Overend
26 is fastest on descents. Bikeradar is the only mag to have tested it objectively using the amount of oxygen used by the rider on their test runs
fatenduro scottsecco's article
Nov 9, 2015 at 13:37
Nov 9, 2015
Movies For Your Monday
Impressed by Dan Foley's mini sesh. Amazed by what people do on 20inch wheels and no brakes.
fatenduro RichardCunningham's article
Nov 4, 2015 at 9:04
Nov 4, 2015
Shimano Di2 XTR - Long-Term Review
Can't afford it applies to sram as well. Just ask anyone who chews through a sram 11 speed cassette every other season. 1x has worse chainline on both the top and bottom ends of the cassette, which leads to faster wear on chain and cassette. Having better chainline for most gears in 2x makes a huge difference in terms wear. Also the whole chain retention thing that reviewers harp about with 1x is total bs. With a front derraileur, chain drops, you just shift it back on. Everyone I saw squatting by the side of the trail messing with their derraileur from the last couple xc races this summer had 1x. Because with 1x when the chain drops, you have to get Off your bike to put it back on. 2x, you lose a pedal stroke, shift and then it's back to business riding.
fatenduro scottsecco's article
Oct 25, 2015 at 16:54
Oct 25, 2015
Movies For Your Monday
Everything that mountain biking is, BMX did it first.
fatenduro brule's article
Oct 4, 2015 at 23:20
Oct 4, 2015
Video of the Month: September 2015
Who needs suspension these days? Suspension is for wusses.
fatenduro RichardCunningham's article
Oct 4, 2015 at 23:13
Oct 4, 2015
Opinion: Paying it Forward
It used to be mountain bikes were designed to be capable at riding hiking terrain. Steep head angles, short top tubes made for maneuverable geometry that could get you up and down shoulder width switchbacks intended for hikers. Narrow bars allowed you to pass between trees shoulder width apart as natural deer trails sometimes are. Now that all "bike" trails are basically 4 feet wide and corners all bermed for speed, bikes no longer have to be versatile. Big wheels and long frames that are unridable on narrow hiking trails, are great for wide and fast descents. And that's basically what the whole sport's become. Wide descents. Just like the video "I only ride park"
fatenduro mikekazimer's article
Sep 29, 2015 at 21:47
Sep 29, 2015
Review: SRAM Guide Ultimate Brakes
Don't worry, as long as you pay top dollar for the "ultimate" addition, they "should" be ok... says every reviewer everywhere.
fatenduro pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 29, 2015 at 21:22
Sep 29, 2015
Video: Enduro - Kamikaze Bike Games 2015
Nice to see more and more DH courses these days getting extra wide, flowy and 29+er friendly.
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