foghorn1

I don't pollute the collective unconscious, love to ride, generally have a great time.

Block user

Recent

foghorn1 mattwragg's article
Nov 24, 2014 at 5:52
Nov 24, 2014
Commencal Meta Hip Hop - Review
I want to like this so much but.. Why not have a nice short 415 or 420mm chainstay if you're going 26? The chainstay length combined with the head tube cut too short would take a lot of the playfulness out of the ride, and I guess that could be why it doesn't seem to have an advantage over 27.5 in terms of character. I wonder which has more contradictions, the bike or the article?
foghorn1 WAKIdesigns's article
Nov 21, 2014 at 5:19
Nov 21, 2014
WAKi-Leaks Installment 8 - Mental Side of MTB
Schadenfreude is not glee. it is the act of taking pleasure from someone else's misfortune or pain. Many a comedian has used it to get stinking rich.
foghorn1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 19, 2014 at 5:19
Nov 19, 2014
Ask Pinkbike - Nevegal Tire Upgrade, Converting a 26-inch Bike to 27.5-inch Wheels, and Choosing the Correct Spring
Ti springs are noticably lighter than steel. I've heard the "no more than two turns of preload" thing a few times and never listened, putting as much preload on the spring as I damn well please has never caused me a problem. Lots of preload to get the right sag gives a nice linear feel to the spring that suits some frames very well. Just measure the gaps between the coils, and add them up to make sure the coil will not bind on full compression. I'm sure if one neglects to set the rebound to suit the extra preload there could be damage to the shock, but hey if your bike is set up like that, it's going to be trying to send you over the bars every time you get air.
Selling
Nov 9, 2014 at 12:56
Nov 9, 2014

mavic 729 dabomb headspin 135mm

$110 CAD
Dwheel is pretty good, bearings could use adjustment.. or just ride it like ya stole it. 130 bucks if you wants the tube and tire. Locals preferred, but could ship. If you buy my joker, you can have this for 55.00

Selling
Nov 9, 2014 at 12:45
Nov 9, 2014

Race face evolve xc x type

$100 CAD
The bearings are good on these, I have a chainring as well. Not much use on them.

foghorn1 karl-burkat's article
Nov 9, 2014 at 5:29
Nov 9, 2014
Video: Must See Taxco Urban DH Finals
Love the urban races, but this has too much slomo. lost interest half way through.
Added 9 photos to bysell-photos
Oct 19, 2014 at 18:20
Oct 19, 2014
Selling
Oct 19, 2014 at 18:14
Oct 19, 2014

Canfield F1

$1200 CAD
This is the bike that let me start riding fast enough to actually hit stuff, and my number of crashes per year went waaay down to!! I posted this up as a frame before, but couldn't let it go. I think next year I'll ride the 6" bike. everything works, It's ready to ride, but could use fork seals and a little tlc on the hubs. Set up for seven speed. There is a dent in the seatstay, but it's still bomber. Tires are fresh, though they might not be the pictured ones

foghorn1 pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 19, 2014 at 17:52
Oct 19, 2014
Deals Galore: Over 60,000 Bikes and Parts for Sale on Pinkbike's Buy/Sell Page
Can I make it permanently filter out all of the 27.5 and 29er ads? Forever like? :-P
foghorn1 mikekazimer's article
Oct 19, 2014 at 9:48
Oct 19, 2014
DVO Emerald Inverted Fork- Review
You guys talk about bushing overlap, sure bushings further apart are better. Are we just spouting what we've read in reviews, or does anybody have any actual overlap meaurements? If not, there is no science to the arguements. Bike companies could claim an advantage if their overlap is 2mm more, in which case the only advantage would be in marketing not physics. In GP motoracing, there used to be problems with bushing binding on braking, which prompted Britten to reinvent the girder fork, with great sucess. Bearings on pivots are much less likely to bind from forces out of plane with the stantions. That said though, girder forks never really caught on, everybody likes the telescopic, because they are used to it I guess.
Load more...
You must login to Pinkbike.
Don't have an account? Sign up

Join Pinkbike  Login
Copyright © 2000 - 2014. Pinkbike.com. All rights reserved.
dv14 0.049346
Mobile Version of Website