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Protour lunatyk's article
Apr 13, 2015 at 6:57
Apr 13, 2015
Interview: Rob Warner
Fairly entertaining.
Protour mikelevy's article
Apr 13, 2015 at 6:55
Apr 13, 2015
What's Up With Aaron Gwin's Bike?
Yes, that is what appears to have happened. Surely? Lol.
Protour mikelevy's article
Apr 12, 2015 at 22:08
Apr 12, 2015
What's Up With Aaron Gwin's Bike?
Nope I stand behind everything I've said. In fact I'm doubling down on my criticism of the concentric main pivot design since once again a rider racing the new Demo went over the bars(Gwin in qualies). There are still serious questions about the design of this bike. Is it really safe? Does it compromise traction, stability, and momentum simply for a lower center of gravity? Will the design even last for more that a year or two? They are already tweaking it? More questions than answers, that's for sure :| It's good to see that Gwin responsed to all the pressure, I knew he had it in himself to rise to the occasion and make up for any deficiencies. Its gonna be an exciting but hopefully safe season.
Protour yoga15app's photo
Apr 8, 2015 at 18:57
Apr 8, 2015
You would never simulate anything like this pose in real life, so why practice it? Some yoga experts have said this is a dangerous stretch, and it seems irresponsible to post it as the first picture, as if this is a great way to start your yoga routine. More like a great way to injure your lower back for the uninitiated.

Protour AlanB14's article
Apr 8, 2015 at 18:47
Apr 8, 2015
Breaking News for Cypress Trails
Thanks for everybody's help that has helped. Let's do this right and make everything great. Especially the trails.
Protour mikelevy's article
Apr 3, 2015 at 3:37
Apr 3, 2015
Aaron Gwin's Modified Specialized Demo Primoz, the chainstay pivot is lower, but that makes no difference if the main pivot and the rocker are BOTH going upward and inward. How is the rear axle going to go outward(raerward)? Magic? Also consider rider sag, which essentially lowers the BB even more. This is all pretty obvious stuff when you look at the drawing, surprised you are resisting it.
Protour RichardCunningham's article
Apr 3, 2015 at 3:26
Apr 3, 2015
First Look: SRAM GX - The 11-Speed Wide Range Drivetrain for the People
I like the steel hopefully-non-folding cassette and the 2x option. Can't wait to see how/if a hub will handle 22 tooth up front and 42 in back grinding up the steepest terrain! Braaap! Srwarranty.
Protour TrailSolutions's article
Apr 2, 2015 at 2:32
Apr 2, 2015
Wanted - European Enduro Champion
Will there also be a North American Championship? So basically the UCI is making a stab at the EWS. Two years too late, but this is an interesting development. One day championships are exciting. Makes me wonder if they will eventually attempt a one day World Championship? That would be a little controversial.
Protour mikelevy's article
Apr 2, 2015 at 2:19
Apr 2, 2015
Aaron Gwin's Modified Specialized Demo
@willsoffe. "You act like it's a straight up forward axlepath when in fact there is a good deal of chain-growth/anti-squat built in." It is a straight up-and-in axle path, I'm not acting. I have analyzed it and taken the horst link into consideration. It actually causes the axle path to be more upward and inward, not less. There is no chain growth on the bike, when you sit on it and compress the suspension the chain only gets shorter. makripper: "fullbug you won't get a reply to that" makripper: "lol I said that so he would reply. I win" Yawn
Protour adidaseyewear's article
Apr 2, 2015 at 2:03
Apr 2, 2015
Video: From Dust Till Town - Day One, Vancouver
It's possible to break your back or neck and be paralyzed for life every time you ride your bike. Much more serious than a concussion. Should we demand that Pinkbike not publish any videos withour riders using neck braces and back protection? According to the same logic as the people demanding helmets be required in all videos: Yes.
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