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BiNARYBiKE mikelevy's article
May 18, 2017 at 14:13
May 18, 2017
Ban the Berms? – Opinion
Same thing in Phoenix. Levy is just spoiled.
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May 11, 2017 at 10:18
May 11, 2017
BiNARYBiKE karl-burkat's article
May 11, 2017 at 4:56
May 11, 2017
Brandon Semenuk + BMX = A Video You Should Probably Watch
I wish they used that song throughout.
BiNARYBiKE ReynoldsCycling's article
Apr 28, 2017 at 17:06
Apr 28, 2017
Bernard Kerr Torture Testing His Carbon Wheels - Video
A can confirm that the trails in Phoenix are anxious to destroy your wheels and everything else on your bike or body!
BiNARYBiKE mikekazimer's article
Apr 27, 2017 at 15:39
Apr 27, 2017
Greg Minnaar's Santa Cruz V10 29er - Bike Check
The industry has us hoodwinked into endless debates about what wheel size is best. There is no best. It's all relative according to a bunch of variables and rider size is one of the prime factors. In general, it makes sense for a bigger rider to be on a bigger bike with bigger wheels. I'm 6'3" and I've been waiting decades for bikes to match my size with more than just a longer seat tube and top tube. The only catch is that the trail is not variable, and in my experience bigger bikes with bigger wheels handle differently in tight corners, berms, and on some jump transitions. I'm curious how they deal with those challenges. Maybe the gains in open, rough terrain supersede the losses. In any case, this is all setting us up for an exciting season of DH racing. Stoked.
BiNARYBiKE pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 14:17
Apr 26, 2017
BiNARYBiKE pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 26, 2017 at 9:41
Apr 26, 2017
Ask Me Anything: Claudio Caluori - Watch the Recap
Claudio, thanks for being a rad part of our community. Keep it up. What are the basic numbers involved in a fast, well built pump track for advanced riders? (Berm radius, roller height and spacing?) Are these numbers trade secrets or something? I just bought a big piece of land and want to get started but can't find any trustworthy numbers to follow. A few years ago I built what at the time was the biggest pump track in Arizona. it was always challenging but not as fast as we'd like I think because our berms and rollers were too tightly spaced. I want this one to ride like a crankworx pump track challenge track. Anyway, Thanks for any advice, stay safe and keep up the good work!
Apr 25, 2017 at 7:57
Apr 25, 2017

Transition Scout 1 Green

$3900 USD
2016 Transition Scout 1 in excellent condition. I sell my bike every year and everyone is always surprised to see how clean my bikes are. I'm a 36 year old dad and high school teacher. This bike gets out once or twice a week on mellow trails. Never been crashed, never been in the rain. There are a couple small paint chips here and there (all pictured). No dents and no real scratches. It's super clean. I swapped out a few parts when I built it and those parts are completely unused and will be put back on before shipping, including the Easton arc 27 wheels, RaceFace Next bar and stem and anvil grips and saddle. FRAME/SUSPENSION: RockShox Monarch RT3 Debonair Rear Shock / Fox Factory 34 Float FIT4 15QR 27.5 140mm Fork COCKPIT: RaceFace Turbine 35 50mm Stem / RaceFace Next 35 (760mm x 20mm) Handlebar / Cane Creek 40 Series Headset / ANVL Rasp Grips / ANVL Forge Ti Saddle / KS Lev Integra w/ Southpaw Remote (150mm) Seatpost BRAKES: SRAM Guide Ultimate Brakes / SRAM Centerline (180mm Front/160mm Rear) Rotors DRIVETRAIN: SRAM XO1 Shifter / SRAM XX1 Type 2.1 Rear Derailleur / SRAM XG1195 (10-42) Cassette / SRAM XX1 Chain / RaceFace Next SL Cinch (DM32t, 170mm) Crank WHEELS: Easton ARC 27mm 27.5 32h Rims / DT Swiss 350 Classic IS Hubs / Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5x2.3 EXO 3C Front Tire, Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5x2.3 EXO 3C Rear Tire retails for 6000. Asking 3900 shipped or best offer. Thanks for looking.

BiNARYBiKE Laurence-CE's article
Apr 19, 2017 at 17:04
Apr 19, 2017
Air, Grip, and Flow – An Artists Collaboration
@ewoodard024: great points. I think the "canvas" provided by skate and snowboards is a big part of the difference. Perhaps I should better appreciate MTB as sculpture.
BiNARYBiKE Laurence-CE's article
Apr 19, 2017 at 17:00
Apr 19, 2017
Air, Grip, and Flow – An Artists Collaboration
@WAKIdesigns: you're right. There are beautiful products. I muddied my point by bringing up product manufacturers. I was thinking more about the 2D aesthetics on or around those products. Alchemy Arktos, for example, beautiful frame with a logo and paint job that appear to have been tossed together by an engineer. I guess overall I'd appreciate more MTB related art that I could hang on my wall. Not that manufacturers should provide it, but that the community would support and promote more of it. Paintings. Murals. Sketches. That kind of stuff.
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