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stuflair ENVE's article
Apr 8, 2014 at 14:41
Apr 8, 2014
Video: ENVE M-Series
Found it weird that Josh, riding the M90 which I assume is the all singing all dancing strong as sh*t DH rim, was hitting far tamer stuff than the lads in BC on the M70, which is lighter and apparently designed for 150mm-190mm travel and 2.3-2.4 width tyres. Just an observation but though that was strange especially as they are marketing them for different disciplines. Plus if you are going to put "limits" on the rims like they have ( intended travel of bike and tyre width), pretty sure again the lads in BC where on some sexy looking 200mm DH sleds.....oh look... yep demo! Anyway, I'm 100% sure they are all awesome but i'm not spending my hard money on a set of rims, i'll leave that to the surrey hill weekend warrior banker crowd, p.s banker can also be spelt with a "W"... just saying! ;-)
stuflair mattwragg's article
Apr 7, 2014 at 3:46
Apr 7, 2014
Yeti SB75 - Review
I saved like a bitch and got myself a SB66c frame last year and built it up to the spec I wanted as a one bike do it all, honestly say best bike I've ever owned or ridden. Im not transfixed on the wheel size debate like most but I fully accept all the selling points of 650b and the advantages it has over 26" and when the time comes for a new bike in the future I will get one. This is where I'm confused by Yeti and agree with @tawnzy12, if this was essentially a SB66 in terms of geometry and travel but with 650b wheels they would have had me cursing my luck I didn't wait out a bit longer. Surely something with 127mm rear wheel travel has a limited appeal, probably only to those folks with a ton of different bikes in the shed, but most of us have one main sled and 150mm/160mm lets you do essentially everything. Interesting by Yeti.
stuflair rachellefrazer's article
Feb 8, 2014 at 16:28
Feb 8, 2014
Video: This is Sam Reynolds
Well that was friggin awesome, great so see Peaslake in the edit as well, has to be one of the best places to ride for me around London.
stuflair summer-of-summit's article
Dec 20, 2013 at 3:56
Dec 20, 2013
Summer of Summit: Segments - Chris Kovarik
Well thats bad ass ! and that scrub at 2mins where he looks at the camera... so F*&king METAL !!!! \m/
stuflair karl-burkat's article
Oct 4, 2013 at 21:24
Oct 4, 2013
Video: Brendan Fairclough Gets Gnarly in Les Deux Alpes
My god that was amazing !! Yes Brendog I for one cant wait till you win a world cup . many doubt you, I know its in you, smash dude.
stuflair mikekazimer's article
Sep 21, 2013 at 8:14
Sep 21, 2013
Video: Leogang World Cup DH Practice
Josh Translation.. " There's erm...... there is plenty of line choice, which is cool and, everyone's saying bike park, but it's rough and it's rutted and it's fucking mint. So yeah, just this one like, area of roots has had me a couple of times. I've been shaking like i've got a Virgina, so, just checked it out and peaty dog showed me how it's done, so i'm ready..." You're welcome !
stuflair brule's article
Aug 31, 2013 at 20:47
Aug 31, 2013
Video: World Championships PMB Tech
yeah yeah yeah... short travel bikes, enduro bikes , 27.5 bikes 29" bikes bla bla bla...wait, what ? a friggin bottle cage on that thing ? Jesus............ I thought this was bad but WTF... My money is on the World Enduro series being held here in a few years !
stuflair mikekazimer's article
Jul 28, 2013 at 15:53
Jul 28, 2013
Vallnord World Cup: Downhill Finals - Results
3 minute gaps! Not 30 seconds. There is even a film named after that fact !
stuflair natedh9's article
Jul 27, 2013 at 1:36
Jul 27, 2013
It's A Boy...! Vallnord World Cup Qualifying
I think Brendan might surprise a few people, no one is really reporting apart from Vital that he qualified 9th with a flipping puncture, apparently he was stupid fast and catch up with riders!?. look at the quail times, then imagine if he had air in his tyre, go do the math!
stuflair karl-burkat's article
Jul 26, 2013 at 17:19
Jul 26, 2013
Qualifying Results: Vallnord World Cup 2013
Brendog qualified 9th with a rear flat !!!! pinned.
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