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Bommelmaster sarahmoore's article
Jul 16, 2018 at 2:19
Jul 16, 2018
The Ultimate Recap of Eurobike 2018 here is everything you might want to read ;)
Bommelmaster paulaston's article
Jul 4, 2018 at 1:21
Jul 4, 2018
The Resurgence of High Pivot Suspension Design
@ Paul, Danny is riding a "Appalache Real" :) great article then! nice :)
Bommelmaster mikelevy's article
Feb 18, 2018 at 0:17
Feb 18, 2018
Aaron Gwin Using Box's Shifter and Derailleur?
Nice statement - Aaron should help to develop the Intend forks ! That would be awesome :)
Bommelmaster pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 20, 2018 at 3:28
Jan 20, 2018
Cam Zink Off SRAM & RockShox
Maybe he wants to go with Intend forks ? hahaha :D
Bommelmaster mikelevy's article
Nov 24, 2017 at 7:50
Nov 24, 2017
Ridden and Rated: 5 Four-Piston Brakes
Trickstuff speaking, the boss himself: I would like to remind that our customers have the choice from a variety of hoses (Kevlar or braided stainless steel made by Goodridge) and four rotor diameters: 160, 180, 203 and 223. Whenever you feel your DIRETTISSIMA to be too strong just reduce the rotor diameter and/or chose the more elastic Kevlar hoses. Both solutions help to reduce the extreme bite and to improve the modulation. As far as I can see on the pics the other brakes were tested with 180 rotors, but the DIRETTISSIMA with 203. Additionally our brake was equipped with the power enhancing Goodridge hoses - this is the configuration the Polygon Worldcup team (Mick and Tracy Hannah, Alex Fayolle) use to comply with their needs. Keeping this in mind nobody should be afraid of too much power. You can customize the Direttissima to your very personal needs and you'll be happy. And: The human mind and body are very flexible and adapt easily to new challenges - just reduce your finger force and get used to the power... The mentioned reliabilty issue has been solved: The leak was a singular event (what a shame - a leaking brake on Aston's bike, grrrr!) and the rotors have been reinforced. Since we have these new rotors no single failure occured. Have fun! Klaus Liedler
Jul 13, 2017 at 11:21
Jul 13, 2017
Jul 12, 2017 at 2:00
Jul 12, 2017
Added 5 photos to Bikes-and-Parts
Jul 12, 2017 at 0:54
Jul 12, 2017
Bommelmaster paulaston's article
Jun 19, 2017 at 11:14
Jun 19, 2017
Stemtee's World Cup Winning €4,000 Shock
great guy, great shock! I wish u lot of fun with this unique project!
Bommelmaster paulaston's article
Feb 28, 2017 at 11:48
Feb 28, 2017
Trickstuff Direttissima Brakes - Review
Good evening bike friends, this is Trickstuff speaking: The described problem with our clamp, which is said not to clamp, is no big problem. It only occurs on handle bars which do not feature the standard diameter of 22.2mm. Our clamp works great on handle bars from 22.1 up to 22.3mm. As you know, handle bars should have 22.2mm. If the bar is thinner, you can easily help yourself by adding a thin metal sheet (coke can). The clamp bolt is - by far! - strong enough to hold the BMC in place, don't worry about that! We designed the clamp this way because it acts as predetermined breaking point and thus protects the BMC from breaking in case of an accident. Even if the clamp breaks completely the BMC can be fixed to the handle bar by using a simple zip tie which may be crucial if you are far away from civilization. We experienced this clamping problem only a few times, mainly on low quality carbon bars. But, as I said, the problem is easy to fix. Greets, Klaus Liedler, CEO, Trickstuff
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