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jzPV paulaston's article
Mar 22, 2015 at 17:17
Mar 22, 2015
Kore, WOOdman and Kali - Taipei Show 2015
isn't that the problem with every NW ring? they all stop working when you put a lot of miles on them...
jzPV pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 28, 2015 at 19:02
Feb 28, 2015
Results: Oceania DH Championships 2015
richie seems to be a rather quiet guy and to fit character wise very well into the EWS I recall him saying he likes his new direction because he rides his bike far more than in DH
jzPV SramMedia's article
Feb 3, 2015 at 9:52
Feb 3, 2015
Video: New Found Speed - BlackBox and JC Study the Wheel
most tire profiles just aren't made to be stretched out by these ultra wide rims. the profile becomes squared and edge control becomes terrible...
jzPV RichardCunningham's article
Jan 21, 2015 at 9:30
Jan 21, 2015
Pinkbike Award Winner: Comeback of the Year
couldn't agree more. everybody, not just some bike nerds, should look up to this guy! most people seem to forget this isn't the first time he comes back from a serious injury to win something on the world stage.
jzPV mikekazimer's article
Jan 12, 2015 at 15:11
Jan 12, 2015
Specialized S-Works Enduro 650B - Review
reading all these comments from people eagerly waiting to buy a YT from all over the world I wonder everytime why they always seem to equalize YT with all these premium companies... having seen and ridden YT bikes often I can assure you, there is a difference. mostly build quality. they also have a lot of quality issues during first model launches... after buying a Yeti (first with a lot of hesitation because of the price) and I held the frame in my hands for the first time, this difference occurred to me. the haptics, details and beauty are a different world than YT (and even speci, giant etc.) and you do get "more" for your money. is it a lot more? is it worth it? from a rational perspective, probably not. but I just love it. I couldn't go back. BUT, in all fairness: looking at specialized frames, they are nowhere near the haptics of a Yeti and so it is just more irrational to ask for this price... these mass produced frames are all very similar ragarding haptics and details. same goes for the car analogy: when you have driven or even just sat in a porsche, beemer or merc you suddenly realize the quality. and you start to appreciate it.
jzPV leelau's article
Jan 10, 2015 at 13:32
Jan 10, 2015
To Catch A Saboteur
signs were put up to warn all users of these trail networks, including hikers, dog owners and riders. the local media did some reports, too. @zire: theres a lot of truth about your statement regarding these old guards. but more generally, mountainbikers are not very well regarded in the german public. in the south west it's even forbidden to ride trails narrower than 2m, and even after a petition with more than 50000 signatures and hundreds of discussions over several years the government decided not change anything.
jzPV leelau's article
Jan 10, 2015 at 12:41
Jan 10, 2015
To Catch A Saboteur
In germany there are hundreds of cases like this. On our local trails everything from logs, whole trees and even bed of nails where placed. the police was informed but they did not start any investigations. sometimes forest officials sabotage our trails by digging holes. yes, these trails aren't that legal, but either way this is a criminal act that can lead to serious injuries or even death. In another region there was even piano wire set up (head high). It was only discovered because some dude was crazy enough to pedal up this trail, so nothing happened. in this case, an old guy was caught red handed and charges were pressed against him.
jzPV SCOTT-Sports's article
Jan 7, 2015 at 10:01
Jan 7, 2015
Gstaad-SCOTT Welcomes Neko Mulally
a ski resort in switzerland.
Jan 5, 2015 at 17:18
Jan 5, 2015
Video: Up and Down Squamish
amazing riding and the best trail names I've heard of...
jzPV IanHylands's article
Dec 10, 2014 at 12:36
Dec 10, 2014
Aaron Chase and Cannondale Part Ways After a Wicked Run
this guys and kirt voreis' NWD parts are the reason I ride. legends!
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