Attilauk

If it has wheels or you can ride it I want a go! I'm a Civil Engineer when I feel like being an adult...

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Attilauk KNOLLYBIKES's article
Jan 18, 2018 at 6:20
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Knolly Moves Entire Lineup to 157mm Spacing
@KNOLLYBIKES: Thanks for taking the time to reply and for explaining the design process. If it was tyre clearance you were aiming for then that does make a lot of sense and as i said harmonising standards across the range is a big plus. The idea of a short travel 29er with aggressive geometry, plenty of mud clearance and the ability to run wide tyres is very appealing to me as a UK rider! When the Fugitive 29er is available in the UK i will be arranging a demo as it sounds like the perfect bike for me and the trails i ride!
Attilauk KNOLLYBIKES's article
Jan 17, 2018 at 7:48
2 days
Knolly Moves Entire Lineup to 157mm Spacing
As an actual Engineer, rather than an armchair one (albeit a Civil Engineer), I definitely see the manufacturing benefit of harmonising standards across different models. For big hitting enduro or park bikes it definitely makes sense to share DH wheelset standards, however, for a 120mm travel 29er do you really need the supposed extra strength / stiffness? I'd like to ride this new setup to see what it feels like, to see if the average rider can really tell the difference. I'm not convinced by the maths though, I just can't see how a frame designed to take a 3.2" tyre, with a hub 7mm wider either side but still running a 73mm BB shell only results in an increase of 1.5mm width on the chainstay by your foot...
rode in Forest of Dean. view ridelog
Jan 14, 2018 at 4:10
Jan 14, 2018
quotes Morning Ride
4,680 m - 00:31 - 1 achievements
rode in Forest of Dean. view ridelog
Jan 7, 2018 at 4:32
Jan 7, 2018
quotes Only short but damn it's good to be back on the bike!!!
9.2 km - 00:46
Attilauk alexcgevans's article
Jan 5, 2018 at 6:26
Jan 5, 2018
Aaron Gwin – "As a Racer, You Just Want to Destroy People Every Weekend" - Video
I reckon YT are going to surprise everyone and open a chain of fish and chip shops across North America...
Attilauk pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 21, 2017 at 2:29
Dec 21, 2017
Win Alpinestars Pro Kit - Pinkbike's Advent Calendar Giveaway
The descriptions are rediculous but the gear does look good! I swear by Alpinestars gear on a motorbike too
Attilauk konaworld's article
Nov 22, 2017 at 6:16
Nov 22, 2017
'Processing' the French Alps with Big Mountain Descents
We did a week in Tignes this summer and it's absolutely brilliant, very exposed as most of the trails are above the tree line but they have worked very hard on the park in the last few years and it is great fun to ride there. We were lucky enough to have perfect weather which definitely helped, the trails seemed to be pretty much empty too which was nice. Oh and yes, the lifts are free, there are plenty of them and they flow very well. It's well worth a trip!
Attilauk konaworld's article
Nov 22, 2017 at 6:09
Nov 22, 2017
'Processing' the French Alps with Big Mountain Descents
yep, you have to get a lift pass but they don't charge for them, we did a week there this summer and its absolutely brilliant!
Attilauk mikekazimer's article
Nov 20, 2017 at 4:02
Nov 20, 2017
Trek Session 9.9 DH 27.5 - Review
@cunning-linguist: Is that real chips or what they call crisps?
Attilauk mikekazimer's article
Nov 19, 2017 at 23:47
Nov 19, 2017
Do You Know How to Build a Wheel? - Pinkbike Poll
Wheel building is a skill i would like to learn, I have always relied on places like CRC or Merlin to build my wheels. After my last set from Merlin i will be giving it a go myself next time, the rear kept going out of true (Stans Flow mk3's on Hope Pro 4's), i took it to a friend who knows his stuff and he told me the the spoke tensions were all out and the wheel had been dished by 10mm. After he sorted the rear (and found the front was the same) the wheels have been superb so i will be investing in a truing stand and having a practice myself now.
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