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Sep 7, 2023 at 20:47Sep 7, 2023
First Ride: 2024 Trek Slash
@Muscovir: I take it you’ve already seen the alloy version up close? What is it exactly that makes it sub par?
Aug 24, 2023 at 7:10Aug 24, 2023
Aug 17, 2023 at 10:14Aug 17, 2023
First Ride: The New RockShox Vivid Ultimate Shock
Interesting. The standout bit for me is the move from 50 to 100 hour service intervals, a durability & service consideration that I wish suspension brands would pay more heed of in new designs.
Corinthian seb-stott's article
Aug 16, 2023 at 23:08Aug 16, 2023
First Look: Rulezman Releases Super Short 15 & 18mm Stems
@nickfranko: Hopefully it’ll also make ‘em rub on the steerer too. That’s always appreciated
Aug 14, 2023 at 12:48Aug 14, 2023
Spotted: RockShox Flight Attendant XC Shock
“Pig-E-Bank” (because you’ll need the contents of one to afford it)
Aug 11, 2023 at 22:32Aug 11, 2023
Top XC Racers Criticize Last-Minute UCI Rule Change Around Elite Start Order at Worlds [Updated]
Yet another sensible, well thought out & PR friendly decision from the UCI. I for one applaud them; It takes hard work to be this consistently crap..
Aug 6, 2023 at 13:01Aug 6, 2023
Results: Marathon World Championships 2023
That's awesome; thank you for sharing the link too
Aug 2, 2023 at 20:18Aug 2, 2023
Spotted: New Tire from Maxxis
@mikekazimer: Yes indeed, although it somehow feels a little more genuine (read; maybe taken on a 007 style pen camera on the sly, etc) if I have to rub vaseline into my eyes before I can begin to make any real sense of the images I’m being presented with..
Aug 2, 2023 at 10:50Aug 2, 2023
Forge+Bond Releases Two New Rim Designs
Nice looking wheels, and I like the NICA donation aspect too; I'd roll with these..
Corinthian Mandownmedia's article
Jul 28, 2023 at 20:39Jul 28, 2023
Bike Check: Katy Curd's Prototype Privateer 141
Huh - you can’t tell this is an amateur-hour kinda company when it comes to designing ‘proper’ headset routing; Instead of providing customers with what we REALLY want (true innovation in the form of badly fitting proprietary stems and spacers, sometimes nightmare-ish cable routing through the (now short lived, thanks to the water ingress holes directly above it) upper bearing and other such delightful cable tourism traps), they’ve instead vone and stuck the cable guide in a thoughtful place (allows both brake routing directions, doesn’t wear on headtube finish) with easy-to-use external routing that my Mum could successfully install (and she thinks a pestle & mortar is a hi tech product…) Can’t see why anyone would like this. Won’t they ever learn…??
Daysaver Release Essential8 Multi-Tool
17 Apr 2023