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rideRB paulaston's article
May 20, 2015 at 2:38
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rideRB AbbyNeumann's photo
May 19, 2015 at 12:32
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rideRB mikekazimer's article
May 2, 2015 at 5:37
May 2, 2015
1 Question: What's the Next Step For Mountain Bike Suspension Technology?
I like my Marzocchi forks for its simple maintenance and fact that oil levels are super easy to find on their web even for older models. Only issue are costs of rebuild kits in my country, even Fox has cheaper.
rideRB mikekazimer's article
Apr 29, 2015 at 23:18
Apr 29, 2015
1 Question: What's the Next Step For Mountain Bike Suspension Technology?
I wish suspension of future would still allow me change oil and seals at home. Manufacturers should provide affortable rebuild kits as well as free manual with individual steps. Be able to do your forks (and shocks) at home is important, as long as the service intervals are getting shorter and shorter.
rideRB rideRB's photo
Apr 29, 2015 at 14:58
Apr 29, 2015
Je to krutý, drncá to, nedrží to stopu, odskakuje tomu zadní kolo, nejede to přes kořeny, je to těžký, starý a nemoderní ale furt je na tom zábavy kopec. Kdo nezažil, neuvěří!

rideRB pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 28, 2015 at 15:18
Apr 28, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: No Drop Dropper, Single-Speed Benefits, Kona Process Abuse, and Five Ten Love
VZLNMTB: Yes, it sucks. But it has also benefits. You can get your 26" bike very cheap now. As long as I can get tyres, I don't feel need for change. Anyway, my frame works also with 650b, so I don't worry that much.
rideRB pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 28, 2015 at 15:11
Apr 28, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: No Drop Dropper, Single-Speed Benefits, Kona Process Abuse, and Five Ten Love
groghunter: Yeah, I understand benefits of bigger wheels and I tried them. My point was that aggro hardtail is meant to be do-it-all bike (maybe this is the point, where my conception differs from yours). I am owner of two bikes: freeride/DH bike and steel 26" hardtail. FR bike is for hard abuse, bikeparks, big gaps etc. (weekend riding - I need get there by car usually)... HT for everything else (everyday riding). I don't live in place where you can find dirt jumps and pumptracks. However, I like to ride trails in woods and then somewhere else ride local jumps, dirtpark or pumptrack with friends. Having another special bike for jumps/dirtparks is not the solution for me. I don't own a car and I just like to combine different types of riding during one day. Simply said, I need versatility. Sure, it is kind of compromise, but this kind of compromise is cheap and very usefull. I hope you can understand now. :)
rideRB pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 28, 2015 at 14:38
Apr 28, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: No Drop Dropper, Single-Speed Benefits, Kona Process Abuse, and Five Ten Love
groghunter: I think it just depends on your riding style. What is good for one, may not for the other one. I have some specific needs. I like to jump a lot and throw my back wheel around all the time. I can't imagine to have 29er for dirt jumps and pumptrack and still have fun with it. In conclusion, I am happy with my bike and you are with yours, that's how it should be.
rideRB pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 28, 2015 at 14:30
Apr 28, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: No Drop Dropper, Single-Speed Benefits, Kona Process Abuse, and Five Ten Love
ktmrider173: I have quite durable setup. 570g FR/DH rim (26") and NS Bikes 10mm thru bolt hub, seems like a good choice to me.
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