We're back on Vancouver's famous North Shore for another Daily Driver Bike Checks! This time Christina headed to Mount Seymour to find out which bikes the Seymour locals are riding.
0:42 - Commencal Meta AM
2:09 - Norco Range
4:51 - Specialized Status
6:46 - Ibis Ripmo
9:03 - Rocky Mountain Altitude
10:23 - Transition Spire
Seems like a smart play actually, keeps them dry and out of the way for the climb but easy access for the descents. I sometimes bring my pack only because I want my goggles.... Handlebar bag play eliminates that need.
But then what is the point of Onyx hub when using Ochain, you simply loose instant angagement ... Maybe just for the silence.
Yeeeeeaaaaaahh that's some dentist level shite!
With the main pivot above the front/rear axle centerline, acceleration forces on the rear axle will cause the rear suspension system-and shock-to extend. If the main pivot was below the axle centerline, acceleration forces would cause the suspension system to compress.
"Low pivot" bikes have a main pivot that is still above the axle centerline but it is the degree to which the main pivot is above the centerline that will determine that amount of accelerative anti squat that the system sees.
Also don't run inserts and don't want the hassle of them. Some people weigh 220 lbs (me) and ride fast !
But height of a person is in feet and inches. Weight of a person or a bike is in pounds. Area of a building is in sq. ft. It makes zero sense but that's just how it is.
Depends, when you're married with a Canadian woman and living in France, at the beginning it can be a big mess these two units... You end up with a post-it on the oven to convert F to Celsius so you can it something not burnt. Or the problem with the scale to know how much you weight.
And me as a good french, got an app to convert different unit so I dont get list too much.
And for cooking, you end up with the cup system and tea spoon and table spoon because your cooking book are
In English and there is no simple way to convert a cup of floor in grams.
But after a few years, you get use to it... Still need the multi converter time t9 time.