- Member since Mar 9, 2012
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- Buenos Aires , Argentina
- Male / 35
Bike fan. Enjoy road bikes, XC circuits, touring, and commuting.
Mar 7, 2014 at 16:56Mar 7, 2014
7 Strange Sights From the Taipei Cycle Show
I know you thought the same... those valves look like huge dild&%
Mar 6, 2014 at 18:43Mar 6, 2014
Prototype Magura eLECT Rear Shock - Taipei Show 2014
I couldn't agree more with you, but I see a big difference between electronic controls that enhance reliability, and electronic devices that automatically set the bike without rider intervention (and perhaps not even noticing it). I think the main difference depends on rider activation, not on battery operation.
vidabreve hickson's article
Feb 17, 2014 at 16:17Feb 17, 2014
Video: Cerro Catedral - Bariloche
For all the english-speaking riders in PB: "Some shots of my holidays in Bariloche, Catedral mountain. Willing to be back soon and have more time to enjoy. I made this edit with the help of my mate Emanuel Pirchio, not enough time nor strength but there is always another chance. A really beautiful place, with huge possibilities for shoting pictures and videos. I hope to get back soon to show you how amazing argentinian Patagonia is (southern states)." _____________________________________ Buenísimo muchachos!!! Gracias por tomarse el tiempo y el laburo, cosas así hacen mucha falta. Abrazo argento!!!
vidabreve karl-burkat's article
Feb 9, 2014 at 5:17Feb 9, 2014
Crash: Tomas Slavik Goes Down at City DH in Santos
Sometimes 5 PSI make the difference, Good he's OK.
vidabreve mikelevy's article
Jan 29, 2014 at 4:16Jan 29, 2014
Industry Nine 26" Gravity Wheels - Reviewed
I'm with you on that MTBLegend. I'm also resistant to use propietary techonology components on DH bikes, no matter the price it should be built to last. I would give it a try on an XC or road bike perhaps.
vidabreve mattwragg's article
Dec 23, 2013 at 15:31Dec 23, 2013
Urge Supacross Helmet - First Look
Overdesigned by and for designers. Comments are hilarious.
Jun 5, 2013 at 6:00Jun 5, 2013
To The Point - Bushings
Let's pray the bushings, they will save us from ball bearing damnation!!! In my country, this is called NTA (non traditional advertising).
vidabreve Margus's article
Apr 1, 2013 at 16:41Apr 1, 2013
Ha, now I know how heaven looks like, I have to be good so I can go to Vancouver. One of the most amazing AM trails? I've ever known.
Mar 5, 2013 at 9:11Mar 5, 2013
To the Point: Torque Specifications
I don't find beam type torque wrenches challenging at all. And they are calibration-free, something that always adds some level of doubt on click type torque wrenches performance. I think that every bolt with a max torque indication should add "don't let other people do it" after the number.