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tmargeson mikekazimer's article
Dec 1, 2016 at 22:37
Dec 1, 2016
Don't Get Hung Up On the Numbers - Opinion
Right on. Balance out your ride. If you're already strong in one area of riding (climbing, descending, tech/gnar, jumps/drops), why get a bike that excels in mainly doing that -- when you're already good at "that" -- and which makes you perform even worse at the parts of the ride you were already under-performing on? If you're riding a lift-assisted DH trail or bike park, by all means get a DH/park specific bike. If you're riding DJ trails or ramps, by all means get a DJ specific bike. But when you're riding well-rounded singletrack/all-mountain trails with equal amounts climbing/descending, groomed/gnarly, flowy/ know, what 90+% of us actually do 90+% of the a well-rounded bike that makes you a well-rounded rider. Simple, I think.
tmargeson pinkbikeaudience's photo
Nov 14, 2016 at 8:47
Nov 14, 2016
Excellent commentary.

tmargeson davidarthur's article
Oct 31, 2016 at 11:51
Oct 31, 2016
Whyte G-160 RS - Review
@DJ-24: If you want to use a 170-180mm dropper post, as most people your height seem to be asking for, then you will need the shorter seat tube to allow that amount of drop.
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