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Nov 22, 2014 at 15:02
Nov 22, 2014
kramster josht1's article
Nov 5, 2014 at 21:58
Nov 5, 2014
kramster josht1's article
Nov 5, 2014 at 21:57
Nov 5, 2014
The Human Condition: World Record Descent on Mt 7
The emerald was flawless all year, including the bug training effort and the remainder of the season. Still on original seals and one oil change. Being able to set it up hard for training and softer for the event was just what I needed.
kramster josht1's article
Nov 5, 2014 at 20:57
Nov 5, 2014
The Human Condition: World Record Descent on Mt 7
The ball is now rolling with Guinness. Let er rip.
Oct 29, 2014 at 21:44
Oct 29, 2014
kramster kramster's video
Oct 25, 2014 at 14:39
Oct 25, 2014
Thanks mate! The night was fun at first, but got really tough towards the end. Being only 2C at the top made it really difficult as we were shivering for the first 7 minutes or so into the trail. Once the sun came up it was all good times. Cheers!

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kramster pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 19, 2014 at 10:58
Oct 19, 2014
Deals Galore: Over 60,000 Bikes and Parts for Sale on Pinkbike's Buy/Sell Page
One nice addition would be to have notifications if something matching your saved search is added.
kramster mikekazimer's article
Oct 16, 2014 at 8:35
Oct 16, 2014
DVO Emerald Inverted Fork- Review
My V10 with an Emerald weighs 35 pounds. Does anyone really think that is too heavy for bike that only goes downhill? I have put on somewhere around 800,000 feet of vert on my Emerald this year. It's on the original seals, and has had the oil changed once and was totally clean and clear when dumped. It has not leaked a drop and it's still as slippery as ever with no sign of wear. Mine has proven to be as plush and reliable as a shiver in its hey day, but sits high in it travel, tracks very well and is incredibly tuneable. Yes, DVO helped me out with this fork, but since then 4 of my friends have gone on to buy one after riding mine. So far none have even had an oil change and they are all stoked with them. If you dump most of the oil out the fork like the competition the weight is not far off. Oil has benefits in excess of the minimal weight gain on a DH bike, especially if you're like me and you don't want to work on it. Brakes, suspension and tires; three places where you shouldn't be sacrificing performance for weight. Take it out elsewhere and you can still have a 35lb DH bike.
kramster robb's photo
Sep 17, 2014 at 11:26
Sep 17, 2014
That was a spinout ride to the top with you mate. Captured it nicely.

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