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scapegoat2010 TFTunedShox's article
Apr 1, 2016 at 4:08Apr 1, 2016
Radical New Shock Development from TF Tuned - Video
Shennannigan city! First of April is the best on PB.
scapegoat2010 Ison-Distribution's article
Apr 1, 2016 at 4:04Apr 1, 2016
Revolutionary New Grip Design from Gusset - IsoBar Grips
"What shennannigans do you have for us this year PinkBike?" I thought coming on pinkbike first thing this morning. Then I saw this.
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Feb 17, 2016 at 22:09Feb 17, 2016
scapegoat2010 davidarthur's article
Jan 18, 2016 at 23:45Jan 18, 2016
Mavic Crossmax XL Pro Limited Wheels - Review
Product placement or just straight up advertisement? You take a wheel set that just came out, write a few words together and slap it on the front page. No information of how they performed over several months of different riding, just "the wheels are still spinning true, the bearings are smooth and the freehub is still engaging quickly". Keep up the great work PB!
scapegoat2010 RichardCunningham's article
Jan 15, 2016 at 1:28Jan 15, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: Who Has the Right of Way - the Climber or the Descender?
I put my vote on decide when you get there but to be honest I don't agree with the available answers. I think it depends on the section of trail. If you are a good climber and you are going through a tough section that you don't want to dismount on then Id say the climber. When I climb, which is a lot because I have no other way to get to my trail and the extra exercise doesn't hurt, I see each tough section as an achievement that gets me closer to the top. I see it in the way that you need to work hard to get to the top and the way down is more of the reward. Another point would be that the descender probably already did the climb and I wouldn't want to reck his fun, although you can always go another round ;).
scapegoat2010 geebeebee's article
Jan 15, 2016 at 1:18Jan 15, 2016
Drones and Wearables - The Tech You Need To Know About From CES 2016
The tech isn't necessarily aimed at mountain bikers - more so to filmmakers in the mountain bike industry. Filmmakers focus their investments in their gear rather than their mountain bike, since their office is behind a camera instead of in the saddle.
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Jan 5, 2016 at 6:54Jan 5, 2016
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Dec 29, 2015 at 12:46Dec 29, 2015
scapegoat2010 EPMedias's article
Dec 21, 2015 at 14:44Dec 21, 2015
Vincent Pernin: Fresh Tracks in Les Arcs - Video
Yes, its the old FS700 stock lens (18-200). You can mount other glass with an adapter though in case you have some.
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