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BullMooose seb-stott's article
Mar 8, 2024 at 11:32
Mar 8, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: Do You Need Downtube Storage?
Better to have 700g worth of stuff high up on your back than down low in the bottom bracket area amirite?
BullMooose seb-stott's article
Mar 8, 2024 at 11:32
Mar 8, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: Do You Need Downtube Storage?
I mean it's just a question of adding a door, if stuff is rattling around inside the frame that's because you packed things poorly and that's 100% on you. There isn't really any opportunity for the little door to rattle (at least how it's implemented on Specialized bikes).
BullMooose mikekazimer's article
Feb 28, 2024 at 9:22
Feb 28, 2024
Review: 2024 Norco Sight - For All the Mountains
@wburnes: Stumpy evo comes with a little bladder that fits in there that can fill a full water bottle, and you can also fit a little bag that can hold a tube, co2 and levers. Plus the bottle cage holds a little multi tool (a rather shit one but it's fine for non-epic rides). It's super helpful, it's nice not having to carry a fanny pack if I don't want to, though I usually still do carry a fanny pack and just carry extra snacks. It also allows me to do longer rides that I previously would probably wear a backpack with just a fanny pack. And for longer rides where I have a backpack also, I can still carry an extra bottle's worth of water down low inside the bottom bracket rather than having that weight on my back. For me it's a game changer, it's not a dealbreaker if a bike doesn't have it, but after getting used to having it it's a major factor in new purchases. Feels like something that doesn't seem like a big deal until you have it, and then the prospect of no longer having it on a new bike kind of blows.
BullMooose ericolsen's article
Nov 17, 2023 at 10:08
Nov 17, 2023
Review: LoamLab Counterpunch Hand Protecting Grips
As others mentioned full bark buster style guards are not good if you have risks of going OTB, which is less of a thing on dirt bikes. Also they're more useful on motos since the chance of breaking a brake or clutch lever are a lot higher without them, sure you can carry spare levers but it's easier to just have the protection since if you break your clutch off good luck riding out. With an MTB it's more feasible to ride with one brake, and also you can always just walk out.
BullMooose mattbeer's article
Nov 13, 2023 at 9:26
Nov 13, 2023
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Pinkbike Editors' Favorite Clipless Shoes
Just keep buying cliplites. They're crazy comfortable to me, and they seem to hold up quite well.
BullMooose alicialeggett's article
Oct 2, 2023 at 11:33
Oct 2, 2023
Injury Update From Alicia: One Year Later, I've Started to Like Bikes Again
Just wanted to pile on and say that I appreciate this long-form, introspective style content. Obviously this isn't something that can be put together on a regular basis just due to the nature of it, but props to PB for publishing and massive shoutout to you Alicia for being vulnerable and putting this out there!
BullMooose pinkbikeoriginals's article
Sep 1, 2023 at 9:14
Sep 1, 2023
Video: Friday Fails #288
Woman at 1:04 seems in surprisingly good spirits for having navigated that chute face first
BullMooose pinkbikeoriginals's article
Aug 21, 2023 at 10:14
Aug 21, 2023
Video: Friday Fails #286
@eswebster: Lol you don't remember when you first started and didn't know how to do hop yet? C'mon
BullMooose pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 21, 2023 at 12:10
Jul 21, 2023
Video: Friday Fails #282
@noapathy: Saw this on insta, he was in the comments saying that he came up pretty short he was trying to gap to the downside.
BullMooose dariodigiulio's article
Nov 18, 2022 at 11:35
Nov 18, 2022
Review: 3 Mountain Bike Handguards Ridden & Rated
@VCGraphix: Potentially dangerous on the track, pretty much mandatory for riding trails though unless you like broken hands and levers.
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