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jaame pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 13, 2014 at 17:55
Sep 13, 2014
Top Three Finds - Interbike 2014
I'm interested in that norco for my son, though not for a couple of years. I was planning to convert my konig to 100mm travel and 24" wheel. Looking at the chainstay length, it looks to be an extra small size 26" frame with 24" wheels and a small seat. You could possibly extend the life by fitting 26" wheels at a later date. Pricing is better than commencal it has to be said.
jaame theastonator's article
Sep 10, 2014 at 4:52
Sep 10, 2014
Day Two Randoms - Interbike 2014
Danny Hart would have won more if he was on a reyt bike. I doubt it's him though, he's the best thing that happened to Giant since Tomac. They'll be keeping his palms greased. I reckon it's Minnaar. He already lives in the area, he's out of contract, and SC won't want to pay three big dogs. CRC won't be letting Sam Hill go I wouldn't have thought.
jaame natedh9's article
Sep 9, 2014 at 5:06
Sep 9, 2014
World Champs FINALS - 2014 - Hafjell Photo Epic- Day 5
My take is that he is an awesome bike handler, the track is pretty steep, and he just had a totally perfect no pressure run because he believed he was done before he even got going. I think the freshness would have played a part too. I often feel like that myself in races. I'm so knackered from sprinting that by the time I reach the bottom I'm making all kinds of rough movements that I wouldn't make if I wasn't trying so hard. I know he's a pro, he's fit but I bet it still makes a difference. Sometimes you get ragged from trying so hard, pedalling so hard you end up too fast going into corners and then losing time during and on the way out. It just goes to show that being smooth and having great flow can send you down the hill in a very good time.
jaame natedh9's article
Sep 9, 2014 at 5:03
Sep 9, 2014
World Champs FINALS - 2014 - Hafjell Photo Epic- Day 5
I'm not so sure Josh would have had it anyway. That jump is not far from the finish line on an open section where everyone is motoring on. He was almost half a second back. Sure he couldn't pedal, but look at what Neko did without pedalling. Gee's win is fair and square if you ask me.
jaame mikelevy's article
Sep 9, 2014 at 3:19
Sep 9, 2014
2015 Devinci Wilson SL - Interbike 2014
As a massive Wilson fan, I love the new look. If you look at the Devinci website, their gallery shots show an extra brace on the left side of the swingarm. It will be interesting to see which makes production. I think the aesthetic of this one, unbraced, is better. Internal cable routing would have been nice. I'm really happy to see premium looking swingarm protectors on both sides now. I always thought it ridiculous that they could sell a Wilson with a velcro neoprene sock on there. All sizes now with 100mm head tubes, is that right? That's bloody short!
jaame natedh9's article
Sep 8, 2014 at 2:14
Sep 8, 2014
World Champs FINALS - 2014 - Hafjell Photo Epic- Day 5
Well said. It's a risky business, and to finish first, first you have to finish. Gee was the winner because he best rode the line between winning and binning. He too could have gone faster but he too may have binned it if he did. Perfect race for him I'd say. Shame about it being flat at the end though. You deserve all the applause if you win.
jaame pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 3, 2014 at 5:39
Sep 3, 2014
New Fork Technology From BOS
It sounds fkin great, I just have a little trouble believing it could work
Sep 3, 2014 at 1:07
Sep 3, 2014
jaame pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 1, 2014 at 4:52
Sep 1, 2014
New Fork Technology From BOS
If the fork can really tell the difference between being pushed up and being pushed down... I want one.
jaame mikekazimer's article
Aug 29, 2014 at 3:08
Aug 29, 2014
Thursday Randoms - Eurobike 2014
Those rims look so classy in almost all black, in contrast to the black rims with massive white decals which have become the norm. I really thought I wanted some huge white Enve stickers for my spank rims until I saw these. Now I'm considering just taking al the stickers off.
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