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timkoerber mikekazimer's article
Jul 14, 2015 at 16:36
Jul 14, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Flow Trails vs. Technical Trails
Technical trails have flow too, you just have to work to find it.
timkoerber mattwragg's article
Jul 3, 2015 at 10:57
Jul 3, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Mountain Safety
Definitely worth getting your WFR/WFA. Shit can get real, fast. Having an idea of how to react can make a big difference. I feel like I've gotten off easy so far, but I've still seen friends break their back, neck, collar bone, leg, ribs, wrists, etc on the trail. It's never pretty, but a little wilderness first aid might just save someone's life.
timkoerber paulaston's article
May 29, 2015 at 13:58
May 29, 2015
EWS Prototypes: Ohlins Downhill Fork
You're right. The "r" next to epic is a give away that it's coil. The ohlins R springs are very similar to the "new" fox springs with fewer coils and are found in a lot of their automotive suspension.
timkoerber scottsecco's article
May 26, 2015 at 14:10
May 26, 2015
BUILDER - Ask Us Anything - All Done
Look up rogue hoes. They're the best digging tools I've come across so far. The 70hr54 is sweet. http://www.roguehoe.com/trailbuilding/trailbuilding.html
timkoerber BellBikeHelmets's article
May 11, 2015 at 17:01
May 11, 2015
Bell Built East Coast Voting Now Open
That's because people here take the riding for granted, Shreddie. While the town of Brevard declares itself "The Cycling Capital of the South," what have they actually done to expand and improve the cycling infrastructure in the area?
timkoerber BellBikeHelmets's article
May 11, 2015 at 16:54
May 11, 2015
Bell Built East Coast Voting Now Open
Soooo, if you want to go on a sweet riding trip, Brevard is the only place on this list you would choose. Trust me. Our only shortcoming is the utter lack of decent, LEGAL, shuttleable trails. Do yourself (and us) a favour and get a legitimate DH trail built here. For the amount of World Cup talent that calls this place home, it's sad how little we have to offer in the realms of true DH trail.
timkoerber RichardCunningham's article
Apr 19, 2015 at 9:27
Apr 19, 2015
Kirk Pacenti Revolutionizes Short Stems... With a Hammer - Sea Otter 2015
If you read the full write up http://pdent.pacenticycledesign.com/ you'll see you can actually rotate the bars a few degrees either direction. Pinkbike should just post the whole write up from Pacenti. Very thorough, well thought out, and made me really want to try this setup out. Pretty content with my 35mm Race Face setup, but a 17% reduction in stem length might be perfect.
timkoerber mikelevy's article
Apr 18, 2015 at 6:45
Apr 18, 2015
FOX, Novyparts, Lazer - Sea Otter 2015
While that's an improvement over the original setup, it's still a stretch to reach with your thumb. I've always run my reverbs setup like that, but I still have to unwrap my thumb from the bar and reach over the top of the grip/bar to activate the remote. It gets pretty sketchy if you're adjusting your post in technical bits as your thumb is no longer wrapping around the grip for control. This lever definitely looks like an improvement. I'd still like to see a KS style lever that could be activated by the thumb while in the natural grip/riding position. I have ideas for a remote if anyone wants to talk..
timkoerber BellBikeHelmets's article
Apr 10, 2015 at 18:40
Apr 10, 2015
Bell Built 2015: Semifinalists Announced
Having a trail in Gorges would be sweet! There's currently no riding there, but the hiking and kayaking are top notch. Want to see what that area is all about? http://youtu.be/jXTqHqmfkaI
timkoerber briceshirbach's article
Apr 4, 2015 at 7:21
Apr 4, 2015
East Bound and Down: Shanna's Endless Stoke
Excellent write up on one of the best gals you'll ever meet. Much love to ya Shanna!
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