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NoahColorado mikekazimer's article
May 21, 2015 at 17:12
May 21, 2015
EWS Bike Check: Joe Barnes' Canyon Spectral
I quite like Ergon grips, primarily the GE1 Slim and new GA2. Both are relatively slim compared to previous Ergon grips and have only a single, inboard clamp - which is nice.
NoahColorado RichardCunningham's article
May 19, 2015 at 12:19
May 19, 2015
First Look: Lindarets ReMount Remote Dropper Adapter
The X-fusion lever is the same as the original Maverick Speedball and CB Joplin levers....
NoahColorado SBgravity's article
May 12, 2015 at 9:33
May 12, 2015
SB Gravity / GT Team Launch
What kind of chainguide is that? It looks awesome! Best of luck to the team!
NoahColorado EnduroCup's article
May 6, 2015 at 10:03
May 6, 2015
Video: Course Preview and Details Announced for Moab Enduro Cup
Definitely not a downhill race, but it'll still be fun. I had hoped, and expected, that Megasteps would be one of the stages - oh well. Though the total elevation change is minimal, a lot of these stages will be on rock so the speeds are high. It'll be more "downhillish" than Mag 7 was, and I was kinda over racing there anyway (as fun as it is). I'll be on a 120mm travel 29er. :)
NoahColorado RichardCunningham's article
May 1, 2015 at 16:10
May 1, 2015
April: Good Month or Bad Month?
Gotta take offense to the "chainguides-for-the-masses era is well behind us" statement. If you haven't noticed, the usage of two and three-ring drivetrains is diminishing, replaced more and more by 1x drivetrain options. Whereas in previous times chainguides were pretty much solely used for downhill and freeride bikes, today you can see them on virtually every kind of bike. Even World Cup XC racers? Yup. So it's actually an expanding market. Sure, not everyone needs a guide, but there wasn't a time when everyone did (this "for-the-masses era").
NoahColorado mikelevy's article
Apr 30, 2015 at 13:01
Apr 30, 2015
MRP, e*thirteen, and Direct-Mount Bash Guards
Thanks! We changed the material of our molded parts some time ago, and the results have been excellent. Sorry yours failed in the first place, but I'm glad your replacement is trouble free.
NoahColorado mikelevy's article
Apr 30, 2015 at 11:13
Apr 30, 2015
MRP, e*thirteen, and Direct-Mount Bash Guards
Like I said in the piece, I don't think innovation comes from knocking off other designs. It comes from being given a set of limitations and finding a better solution - that's the essence creativity. I think if you look back you'll find no one was doing the type of bash technology in question before our companies - in fact that is basically what a patent is evidence of. I won't speak for eThirteen, but we (MRP) were granted a patent for the integrated skid back in 2011, and that process began years before that. Cheers, happy trails!
NoahColorado mikekazimer's article
Apr 29, 2015 at 23:05
Apr 29, 2015
NoahColorado mikekazimer's article
Apr 18, 2015 at 13:21
Apr 18, 2015
Schwalbe, Giro, MRP - Sea Otter 2015
Yeah, for the first EWS we had a few racers using the new co-molded upper guide on the original AMg backplate. The new uppers will retrofit on those, G3, Micro, and 1x (V2) guides.
NoahColorado mikekazimer's article
Apr 18, 2015 at 11:47
Apr 18, 2015
Schwalbe, Giro, MRP - Sea Otter 2015
Our latest guides all use nylon, no longer polycarbonate, parts - so you don't really need to worry about lube contamination.
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