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Antoncor mattbeer's article
Aug 11, 2022 at 14:23
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First Ride: SCOR 4060 Z LT - Crankworx Whistler 2022
I've had to replace my Shimano E-8000 two times, first time after 16.000km, second time after 10.000 Km. I ride 5-6 days a week with very good wheather and never use a pressure washer. If it dies sooner than that is going to be under warranty and then it's not a problem at all.
Antoncor seb-stott's article
Aug 5, 2022 at 15:03
Aug 5, 2022
Nerding Out: Do Kinematic Graphs Really Describe Suspension Performance?
If you want to do a better job, ask your boss to buy a telemetry setup. Next time you get a shock for a review, test it on a dyno and post the results. Kinematic graphs are the same as geometry tables, they don't tell the whole story, but they help a lot. And you could post your rides on strava too, just to get an idea on how the test are being made...
Antoncor alicialeggett's article
Aug 2, 2022 at 11:56
Aug 2, 2022
Review: The Evil Epocalypse is Equal Parts Balance & Brawn
12K for an XT build is just ridiculous.
Antoncor mattbeer's article
Aug 2, 2022 at 3:50
Aug 2, 2022
First Look: Pivot's New Shuttle SL is a Flyweight eMTB
@slimboyjim: Nobody is going to ride this bike without a battery. Even road bikes with the old Fazua motor never use that option.
Antoncor mattbeer's article
Aug 2, 2022 at 3:45
Aug 2, 2022
First Look: Pivot's New Shuttle SL is a Flyweight eMTB
@ryanandrewrogers: This bike is not 130mm, it's 150 on the front and 130 on the rear. And it's not overforked, it's undershocked to make it as playfull as possible. That's the whole point of the bike. It' not designed to explore or to ride crazy stuff, it's designed to have a lot of fun in your local trails for a couple of hours every weekend.
Antoncor mattbeer's article
Aug 2, 2022 at 2:09
Aug 2, 2022
First Look: Pivot's New Shuttle SL is a Flyweight eMTB
"The typical cycling activity in the UK, for example, clocks in at a brisk and breezy hour in length, over 17 minutes shorter than the global average. Your statistically average US cyclist, meanwhile, is riding 1.07:19 per activity." Source: https://cyclingtips.com/2021/12/millions-of-cyclists-billions-of-kilometres-unpacking-a-year-of-strava-data/
Antoncor RockyMountainBicycles's article
Jul 13, 2022 at 8:14
Jul 13, 2022
Rocky Mountain Introduces MX Mount for Altitude and Altitude Powerplay
Suspension Rate is just the inverse of the Leverage Ratio and it tells the same story, but FFS stop using it.
Antoncor mikekazimer's article
May 28, 2022 at 17:21
May 28, 2022
Pinkbike Poll: How Often Would You Ride An eMTB vs a 'Regular' Mountain Bike?
If you live not too far away from a good Bikepark, or a small trail system with fun trails, then having a normal bike makes a lot of sense, but if you can't imagine riding only E-bikes then you have very little imagination. I live in a place where XC bikes used to be the best option. We have 300km of trails around my city, most of them are easy, but we also have very fun sections. The problem is that they are not all in the same place, they are scattered across a huge area, so you need to do very long rides to visit all the best parts. Ebikes work extremely well here. You can do a 40Km ride in two hours, "fast forward" the boring parts and have a lot of fun on the singletracks and rockgardens... Pinkbike has a huge Bias and if you are inside you don't even notice, but it's a big problem. Even when you travel outside of BC you still make the same mistakes and pick the same type of places, so you still don't get it.
Antoncor henryquinney's article
Apr 29, 2022 at 13:06
Apr 29, 2022
Henry’s Waffle House: Mountain Biking is Getting Too Easy
Your comments about roadbikes are really stupid. Are you retarded?
Antoncor PeterWojnar's article
Apr 27, 2022 at 3:47
Apr 27, 2022
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