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ChunderCat sarahmoore's article
Jul 14, 2020 at 19:06
Jul 14, 2020
Yeti Cycles Will No Longer Use the Term 'Tribe' in Marketing
They moved production a few years ago. Their bikes are made in Vietnam now, I cracked a (china) frame after 2 years of HARD riding (SB6) and they had me a new one in 6 days no questions asked,. The new frame was made in Vietnam and has handled some serious abuse after 1.5 years of riding. Pretty sure the newer models I've seen all say Vietnam as well..
ChunderCat danielsapp's article
Jun 18, 2020 at 12:13
Jun 18, 2020
Review: Ride Concepts Vice Flat Pedal Shoe are "Different Grippy"
@SupraKZ: I've got the Marana Cranks, solid shoe but they are kind of on the heavy side.
ChunderCat mikelevy's article
Feb 11, 2020 at 13:29
Feb 11, 2020
First Look: Santa Cruz's First eMTB, the 2020 Heckler
Does it come with "Cruz" control?
ChunderCat danielsapp's article
Jan 29, 2020 at 8:55
Jan 29, 2020
Review: Atomik's BERD XC33 Wheels Use Spokes That Look Like String
Cool gimmick. 18$ for a 100ft spool of amsteel 1.6mm diamter @ 750lb test.
Nov 7, 2019 at 18:38
Nov 7, 2019
ChunderCat mikelevy's article
Jun 21, 2019 at 4:09
Jun 21, 2019
ENVE Will Replace Your Rim, No Questions Asked
That sounds like a wheelie good warranty.
ChunderCat mikelevy's article
Jun 18, 2019 at 8:53
Jun 18, 2019
Review: 6 Months on the Trust Message Linkage Fork
Completely agree, I can service my 36 in about 15 minutes with 10$ in parts. 18 cartridge bearings is insane so I'd like to know what kind of service life folks are getting before I even considered this. Even with a warranty you still have do deal with pulling the fork etc. I imagine most people that can afford this have multiple trail bikes anyways so downtime on a fork is not an issue. I don't see this being anything other than a niche product for now but I do think they will sell enough to innovate and perhaps simplify the maintenance, offer different travel options, etc..
ChunderCat JanFeyser's article
Mar 21, 2018 at 16:00
Mar 21, 2018
Wild Winter Jungle Shredding & Good Times in Thailand - Video
I was in Chiang Mai this past summer, endless miles of trail, just avoid the rainy season :)
ChunderCat pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 8, 2018 at 11:16
Mar 8, 2018
Alchemy Bicycles Welcomes Anneke Beerten and Cody Kelley for 2018 - Video
Sure does look like Yeti's implantation of VPP, looks like they are using the old switch tech to modify IC but hard to tell from there short tech vid. The biggest difference I see is in the rocker arm with the rear shock mounting directly to the rear triangle as opposed to being mounted to the rocker on the Alchemy.
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