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robwhynot Arbr's article
Dec 1, 2016 at 6:37
2 days
The Arbr Saker - UK-Made Carbon Enduro Bike
@Racer951: I don't know. There's countless direct and implied references to engineering, so I;m guessing that's their claim: they've built better mousetrap.
robwhynot Arbr's article
Dec 1, 2016 at 6:10
2 days
The Arbr Saker - UK-Made Carbon Enduro Bike
@Racer951: Yup. This is why so many technologically superior companies/ideas never gain traction, their makers forget they are selling to people and people are generally irrational when making purchase decisions.
robwhynot wibmerfabio's article
Nov 30, 2016 at 5:58
3 days
Don't Look Down: Riding on the Edge of a Massive Dam - Video
@NomadC-Aussie: I got such bad vertigo I almost fell off the crapper
robwhynot Specialized's article
Nov 24, 2016 at 9:49
Nov 24, 2016
Trail Hunter: Weekend State of Mind
If I were to ever admit to having a man-crush....
robwhynot gaspi's article
Nov 22, 2016 at 6:35
Nov 22, 2016
Hair Metal and Sick Stunts - Video
Felt like I was watching the first Kranked or NWD vids. Back when one handers were cool and 360s won contests.
robwhynot redbullbike's article
Nov 21, 2016 at 12:05
Nov 21, 2016
Riding Wisconsin's Fantasy Playground - Video
Looks in mirror, eyes not bloodshot. Shakes head, clicks play again just to be sure...
robwhynot urgebikeproducts's article
Nov 21, 2016 at 5:57
Nov 21, 2016
French Enduro Series 2017
If Claudio did course previews for this series, would he claim the entire track is a French Line?
robwhynot vernonfelton's article
Nov 19, 2016 at 6:26
Nov 19, 2016
Are you Concerned About the Demise of Bike Shops? - Pinkbike Poll
@kevin267: Blockbuster failed due to a technology innovation that opened up digital delivery methods. It wasn't fundamentally the same service being replaced.
robwhynot vernonfelton's article
Nov 18, 2016 at 18:47
Nov 18, 2016
Are you Concerned About the Demise of Bike Shops? - Pinkbike Poll
Can anyone name a retail channel where online completely replaced traditional brick-and-mortar? I won't deny it has greatly changed the retail landscape, but successful businesses can adapt to continue to add value and retain their customers. Embrace online - spite your distributors that don't allow you to compete with restrictive trade agreements and tell your customers to order the parts and bring them in for the build or service. Specialize in Service - you may lose the customers who'd have you install pedals but there will always be people who won't touch their bikes more specialized parts. Id say gone are the days of walking into a shop with countless bikes on the floor, hanging from the ceiling with parts covering every square inch of wall space. Some will fail, some will thrive. But there will be bike shops, aka bicycle service oriented businesses - as long as we have bikes.
robwhynot rachellefrazer's article
Nov 17, 2016 at 8:33
Nov 17, 2016
How I Got The Shot - Red Bull Illume With Ale di Lullo
@ctd07: The fact that my first comment even got a reply is funny.
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