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nostyle mikekazimer's article
Dec 1, 2014 at 5:23
Dec 1, 2014
Transition Scout 1 - Review
While riding a Banshee Spitfire I can tell from my experience that short(er) travel bikes with aggressive low & slack geometry are simply fun to ride on any Trail! I love my Spitfire for what it´s capable, which is a lot (!) - and I´m sure the Scout just follows this route! Well done Transition! :-)
nostyle mikekazimer's article
Apr 14, 2014 at 9:08
Apr 14, 2014
VP Components, Spy Optic, 661 - Sea Otter 2014
Thank you very much for that info!!! :-)
nostyle mikekazimer's article
Apr 14, 2014 at 2:14
Apr 14, 2014
VP Components, Spy Optic, 661 - Sea Otter 2014
Were can european/german customers buy these VP Component pedals?
nostyle easty79's photo
Apr 4, 2014 at 4:18
Apr 4, 2014
Amazing bike! Hope you enjoy the ride! ;-) Btw: Why not going BOS Kirk?'''

nostyle csponsel's article
Apr 1, 2014 at 10:18
Apr 1, 2014
Felt Bicycles Debuts New 559 EndurRAD Enduro Specific Wheelsize
If I had to choose between the enduro-specific Felt Compulsion LT3 or the non-enduro-specific Felt Compulsion LT3 I would definitely go with the enduro-specific one!!! Let´s face it: non-enduro-specific wheelsizes are a turn-off ... :-)
nostyle JordanCarr's article
Jan 13, 2014 at 10:18
Jan 13, 2014
Black Market Roam - Review
Uhh, sorry for my overlevelopment on shift-key!!! :-/ @ dirtbiker100: If I were in need for 160 mm travel back I would go with the Banshee Rune instead of the Last Herb. I like Banshee´s versatility and adjustability for geometry and wheelsize on the V2´s. Plus the KS-Link-Suspension is really awesome performing.
nostyle nostyle's photo
Jan 13, 2014 at 10:07
Jan 13, 2014
To be honest: I like both the same and would not prefer one over the other. The CCDB is a little bit more sensitive on the smallest Bumps. Without Climb-Switch there is very minimal bobbing when tune-in the recommended Base-Tune, plus 2 Clicks LSC and LSR. The Evolver has SPV-Platform and due to this there is no bobbing at all. Through the Travel both feel really the same - as I have spend a lot of Time to dial both for my liking. Both great Shocks, while the Evolver still performs well and is still underrated for Years in my Opinion.

nostyle JordanCarr's article
Jan 13, 2014 at 1:23
Jan 13, 2014
Black Market Roam - Review
I´m a very happy Banshee-Spitfire-Rider and love it for it´s Versatility, Adjustability and overall Downhill-Prowess, but if the Roam had been available over a Year ago I would have had a hard Time to choose which one to go. Very much Fan of Bikes like this - love the Roam!
nostyle nostyle's photo
Dec 9, 2013 at 11:00
Dec 9, 2013
Hi Imperial, I´m 180/181 cm tall, with 84/85 cm Inseam. Went from a medium Spitfire with 50 mm Stem to a large with 35 mm Stem now. Although could go with 40 or 50 mm Stem. Nice roomy Cockpit without being too stretched out. And I cut down my Seattube from 47 to 45 cm. Medium does fit, but only when focused on the downs or for the jumpy Trails. I feel more comfortable on large, as it fits me better on long technical Climbs or slow technical Steeps.

nostyle mikekazimer's article
Nov 20, 2013 at 11:38
Nov 20, 2013
Pinkbike Roadtrip: Sedona Stories Part II
Damn, what a great Bunch of awesome Bikes! And wow, some possibly great Bikes are still missing, like Banshee Spitfire or Rune, the new Konas Processes, Giants and the List goes on and on ... Would be very interesting because of Comparsion. Looking forward to the Reviews anyway.
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