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Sep 16, 2015 at 22:33
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mecabeat Margus's photo
Sep 8, 2015 at 7:27
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Bicycle + Motocross = ... Interesting

mecabeat liammurphyfilms's article
Aug 24, 2015 at 15:39
Aug 24, 2015
Video: The Gas Hole
Nappers and sleepers keep napping and sleeping. There's no room for you on dawn patrol.
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mecabeat si-paton's article
Aug 9, 2015 at 8:27
Aug 9, 2015
Recap: Kona International Rookie Games - Pumptrack Challenge
Well each bike will accelerate a little differently. I'm talking about bikes that are appropriate for that kind of riding, obviously a 29er will be more difficult to throw around, not ideal, but you can pump just fine on one. You are correct about terrain, though. I'm assuming all tracks are smooth, which they are not. Of course bigger wheels will be faster the rougher the terrain is.
mecabeat si-paton's article
Aug 8, 2015 at 10:17
Aug 8, 2015
Recap: Kona International Rookie Games - Pumptrack Challenge
Different transition radii are not better or worse for different wheel sizes or wheelbases, that's a common myth. The modifying factor is speed. If wheel size affected pump, then large transitions, such as on a vert ramp, wouldn't be pumpable on bmx bikes, or even skateboards. What matters is speed. A pump track designed for generating easy low speed for little kids will have smaller transitions with closely spaced rollers, a high speed track will have larger transitions spaced further apart to accommodate generating higher top speeds, but will be more difficult to generate lower lower speeds on. This course looks like it's designed in the higher speed range so some of the kids had to pedal.
mecabeat The4XProTour's article
Jul 25, 2015 at 10:55
Jul 25, 2015
Replay: 4X ProTour - 4X Revelations Finals
Thanks for mentioning BMX Worlds was on. Rob Warner commentating. Carnage in the rain. Lots of passing and upsets. It was awesome!
Jul 19, 2015 at 19:55
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Jul 19, 2015 at 19:52
Jul 19, 2015

Cannondale Caffeine Frame Medium USA made w/Rock Shox Recon

$350 USD
I only used this as an inbetween frame for a month. I always intended to build it up as a secondary bike but it's just been sitting around for years, so time to sell it. Made in USA! Not many bikes can sport that sticker anymore. This has F4 graphics, but it's the same frame the high end builds used. Very light, very stiff pedaling, but compliant in the saddle. Feels like a steel frame when seated, very comfortable, but snappy and fast when you put the power down. The fork is a Rock Shox Recon U-Turn adjustable travel 95-140mm with lockout. Subtract $100 if you don't want the fork. I will include 1.5 to 1-1/8" headset reducers, Shimano SLX front derailleur, and SRAM X9 front shifter at no extra charge.

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