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B335d TransSavoie's article
Feb 24, 2022 at 6:05Feb 24, 2022
Video: Celebrating 10 Years of Alpine Singletrack at the Trans-Savoie Multi-Day Enduro
I have participated in 2021. What an awesome week it was! Being a 25-rider "race" really transformed the event into one big adventure with like-minded riders, but without any race pressure and it was all the better for it. Highly recommend!
B335d edspratt's article
Nov 29, 2021 at 23:54Nov 29, 2021
Burning Question: 7 Brands That Haven't Released an eMTB Yet
My next bike will be a Banshee!
B335d pinkbikeoriginals's article
Oct 7, 2021 at 0:01Oct 7, 2021
Video: Line Choice Is Easier Than You Think - How To Bike with Ben Cathro Episode 7
Ben you are an absolut legend! This videos are pure gold. Thank you!
B335d henryquinney's article
Sep 9, 2021 at 0:17Sep 9, 2021
Field Test: 2022 YT Capra - The Speedy All-Rounder
@Prh: Exactly! I am the same height as you, and ride the same bike and agree 100 %. Also specialized team rider Charles Murray is the same height and rides an S3
B335d mikekazimer's article
Sep 21, 2020 at 1:18Sep 21, 2020
Review: 2021 Commencal Meta TR 29 - T is for Turbo
1257 mm wheelbase, 435 mm chainstay , sound like a balanced bike.... oh wait...
B335d mikelevy's article
Jul 17, 2020 at 0:22Jul 17, 2020
Video: Why Are We Using 12-Speed Drivetrains? - The Explainer
This 12 speed stuff is nothing but problems. Yeah it works awesome when its new, but hit a first small branch, rock... and the problems start, like skipping gears, impossible to adjust it correctly... It might be fine for flow trails or the riders who get the stuff or free, but for a regular, hard riding, rider it makes zero sense. And regarding gearing, on a 29er, there is no way you need more than 30/10 for the descents, I would argue that even 28/10 is more than enough. So, considering this, you get a 28/42 climbing gear with 11 speed SRAM casette. At least for me, it ticks all the boxes: DURABLE, light (260g casette!), enough gearing range. I just hope they keep on producing 11 speed SRAM stuff, because this 12 speed stuff is way to finicky for real mountain bike use on hmmm... real mountain trails.
B335d VorsprungSuspension's article
Nov 8, 2017 at 0:03Nov 8, 2017
The Tuesday Tune Ep 19: Rebound Damping - Video
Hi Steve, are there any general guidelines how to set up a HS/LS rebound damper? In general, faster HSR foe fast recovery ans slower LSR for chassis stability?