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BirdBikes alicialeggett's article
Dec 21, 2021 at 2:13
Dec 21, 2021
First Look: The Ethic, a High(ish) Pivot, Direct-to-Consumer eMTB
@not-finbar: it was an attempt at humour, but maybe I need a better definition of that as well? :-)
BirdBikes alicialeggett's article
Dec 21, 2021 at 2:12
Dec 21, 2021
First Look: The Ethic, a High(ish) Pivot, Direct-to-Consumer eMTB
That's the nicest compliment I've had all year, thank you!
BirdBikes alicialeggett's article
Dec 21, 2021 at 2:10
Dec 21, 2021
First Look: The Ethic, a High(ish) Pivot, Direct-to-Consumer eMTB
@RadBikeBro: Except it isn't "my" definition. It's THE definition. You're right in that I can't control some misconceptions, but it doesn't change the meaning of the word.
BirdBikes alicialeggett's article
Dec 21, 2021 at 0:52
Dec 21, 2021
First Look: The Ethic, a High(ish) Pivot, Direct-to-Consumer eMTB
@wburnes: it's stress tested to take a 180mm Zeb, so it depends on the A2C
BirdBikes alicialeggett's article
Dec 21, 2021 at 0:41
Dec 21, 2021
First Look: The Ethic, a High(ish) Pivot, Direct-to-Consumer eMTB
@radrider: it's already defined in the article
BirdBikes alicialeggett's article
Dec 21, 2021 at 0:35
Dec 21, 2021
First Look: The Ethic, a High(ish) Pivot, Direct-to-Consumer eMTB
Local ride followed by a beer on the way home. Should I ask permission next time?
BirdBikes alicialeggett's article
Dec 21, 2021 at 0:25
Dec 21, 2021
First Look: The Ethic, a High(ish) Pivot, Direct-to-Consumer eMTB
Minor correction - the final geometry does not have a 65.5 degree head angle (that's a sketch from 2018 to see what an Aeris 145 would look like with a motor), and the seat angle is steeper too Production head angle is 64 degrees with a 160mm fork, so about 63.5 with the 170mm Zebs that I've been running
BirdBikes alicialeggett's article
Dec 21, 2021 at 0:22
Dec 21, 2021
First Look: The Ethic, a High(ish) Pivot, Direct-to-Consumer eMTB
Here we go again... Ethic does not equal Ethical
BirdBikes BirdBikes's article
Dec 21, 2020 at 11:25
Dec 21, 2020
Bird Launches the Aether 9AL Short Travel Trail Bike
If Im getting the question right, thats the bridge that joins the Seat Stays. Its tubular.
BirdBikes BirdBikes's article
Dec 21, 2020 at 7:33
Dec 21, 2020
Bird Launches the Aether 9AL Short Travel Trail Bike
Just be sure you don't tighten them up too much. C clips are good because they hold the outers nicely without compression on the inner. If you have 12 speed & certain dropper posts you may have noticed modern parts are really susceptible to cable drag interfering with performance (or you're still wondering why your 12 speed never indexes properly and your seat post isn't working right). We've _tried_ to ensure that the run from brake/shifter/dropper to wherever its going is as smooth as we can make it without doing something weird. Thats why the guides are just where they are on the down tube - to reduce extreme turns to a minimum as well as ensure you don't get any cable rub (you definitely won't). They're also offer both left and right hand brake routing, you just need to flip the bolt on DT guides, and also be sure to make sure the right hoses go in the right places on the DT guides (the slots are sized for cable vs hydro outers). If you buy a complete bike though you'll get the brakes on the right side for your country.
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