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yetiking303 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 15, 2016 at 16:46
Jun 15, 2016
NOW FINISHED - Loic Bruni, Ask Me Anything - Crankworx Les Gets 2016
In light of Steve Smith's recent death, how do you navigate the risks of downhill biking? do you ride 100% all the time or are there times when you don't believe the risk is worth it. did your philosophy change when you became the world champion, or when you won in Cairns? can't wait to see you back at it!
yetiking303 paulaston's article
Jun 15, 2016 at 16:37
Jun 15, 2016
Loic Bruni Injured
Bruni: In light of Steve Smith's recent death, how do you navigate the risks of downhill biking? do you ride 100% all the time or are there times when you don't believe the risk is worth it. did your philosophy change when you became the world champion, or when you won in Cairns? can't wait to see you back at it! @Protour: with all due respect, your stability theory is extraordinarily simplified, and personally I believe a bit of a red herring. nearly all bikes (with the exception of the canfield and similar, have forward sloping wheel paths. While true the demo is the most extreme of the common bikes (demo, v10, gambler, devinci). It is only some 8mm more, over 208-213mm of rear wheel travel. with this in mind, what specific reason do you say the demo is "unstable"? in what circumstances do you believe it would be unfavorable or "unstable" I believe it would be more prudent to analyze the weight shift as a function of wheel travel. as to reduce weight transfer forward or backwards when compressed. with that in mind the rear wheel should move forward as a proportion to COM location, to the front wheel move moving backwards. forinstance: I personally ride a weight distribution of about 67% on the rear. the fork moves 112mm rearward. so to maintain that percentage when compressed, the rear wheel has to move forward about 55mm (where the demo moves 37.25mm). The demo would have a weight transfer of about 1% while a v10 would be 3%. a canfield would be 7.5% the idea that the stability of a bicycle would be a function of any single parameter is obtuse even for extremely simplified vehicle stability analysis. when we are incorporate wheel path, IC, CC, anti-squat, anti-dive, brake forces, chain forces, damping, spring forces as well as human input we are looking at unsolvable nonlinear partial differential equations.
yetiking303 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 9, 2016 at 18:07
Jun 9, 2016
YT Industries - UCI WC DH - Leogang Fantasy Contest
1. Gwin 1. Rachel 2. Minnar 2. Manon 3. Hart 3. Tahnee
yetiking303 roseoakhill's article
May 25, 2016 at 9:15
May 25, 2016
yetiking303 meagerdude's article
Apr 18, 2016 at 8:24
Apr 18, 2016
DH Photo Show - Sea Otter Classic 2016
not enough rocks in this DH race
yetiking303 Symphytum's video
Mar 22, 2016 at 10:52
Mar 22, 2016
video
the steady-cam is strong with this one.

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Feb 24, 2016 at 12:27
Feb 24, 2016
Selling
Feb 24, 2016 at 12:26
Feb 24, 2016

Chris king

$280 USD
wheelset came off a bike I sold but could not bare parting ways with them. front hub is a little sticky, but smooth, the rear hub has some teeth marks as shown, Front: blue chris king iso disk 20x110 Back: Chris King 12x142 both 36 spoke. black spokes, blue nipples (both dt) mavic 325 i believe (it's been a while)

Selling
Oct 30, 2015 at 17:21
Oct 30, 2015

Dt swiss ex1750 20mm 10x135 240

$270 USD
Dt Swiss ex1750 wheelset, front is a 20mm through axle, rear is a 10x135 through axle the wheel set is dt240 hubs laced via double butted blade spokes to dt 5.1 rim.

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Oct 30, 2015 at 17:04
Oct 30, 2015
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