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Nov 24, 2014 at 9:46
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Vijim da maš full gužvo u pondelkih.. prvo komentirat pol pinkbajka, pol do barberčke na kosilce, pol pa še drugo polovico pinkbajka obdelat Big Grin
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winko scottsecco's article
Nov 24, 2014 at 1:55
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The description exactly matches my reaction: Marcus is 11... WHAT?!?! Seriously, how can you shred that much at 11. And with such flow and ease, I know the kids these days are good but THAT good?!?
winko meagerdude's article
Nov 24, 2014 at 1:45
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You forgot probably most important job Claudio has, official track previewer!
winko mattwragg's article
Nov 21, 2014 at 4:23
Nov 21, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: How Will You Be Spending Your Winter?
This holds for all mediterranean region, season simply never ends here!
winko winko's photo
Nov 18, 2014 at 0:24
Nov 18, 2014
Dude you got it all wrong, rotors stay the same, fork bends aroud them so they touch the pads. Actually in this case the problem is axle design, again because fork was not designed for such use and you simply cannot tighten it enough. About bigger rotor in front, it only works if you are really good rider, for normal ones like me its best to have both 200 if you do a lot of dh/parks. I know because I tried (on 2 of my previous bikes including saints m810 ) and having big rear rotor help so much on longer runs, only pro of small rotor is weight save which is effectively nothing...

winko winko's photo
Nov 17, 2014 at 23:58
Nov 17, 2014
Ja to bo mašina za zdej :D

winko winko's photo
Nov 17, 2014 at 2:36
Nov 17, 2014
Also about the clamp, picture was taken with my crapy phone in cloudy weather, in reality it shines out way more.

winko winko's photo
Nov 17, 2014 at 2:28
Nov 17, 2014
Even when riding on road and I turn left/right the rotor starts making sounds because it touches pads due to bend. Admit it, 32 was designed as XC/AM fork, certaintly not for blasting downhill and jumping 5m jumps, which I do all the time. Quick search shows everyone has pretty much same experience. Rotors are both 180, till season of bikeparks start again I wont need bigger but will change both to 200 when needed. I also have set of new Guides ordered, 4 pistons, pretty much same weight for a bit more than 200€ both... Why not :D

winko winko's photo
Nov 17, 2014 at 2:28
Nov 17, 2014
Even when riding on road and I turn left/right the rotor starts making sounds because it touches pads due to bend. Admit it, 32 was designed as XC/AM fork, certaintly not for blasting downhill and jumping 5m jumps, which I do all the time. Quick search shows everyone has pretty much same experience. Rotors are both 180, till season of bikeparks start again I wont need bigger but will change both to 200 when needed. I also have set of new Guides ordered, 4 pistons, pretty much same weight for a bit more than 200€ both... Why not :D

winko winko's photo
Nov 16, 2014 at 14:10
Nov 16, 2014
There is never enough black! :D What bothers me most is green seat clamp :) But that is easy. I might also repaint pedals... Fork is working perfectly fine, but 32s were made for much easier riding compared to what I do and I can just feel them bend in every hard/fast corner/berm. Also steerer creaks under hard pressure but that is just standard fox :D

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