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Euskafreez UCCSportEvent's article
Oct 20, 2017 at 9:19
Oct 20, 2017
Megavalanche Reunion Island 2017
@SebastienPerlo: rich or poor the sharks over there don't care :p
Euskafreez RichardCunningham's article
Oct 10, 2017 at 9:06
Oct 10, 2017
Look's New X-Track Pedals
@ScandiumRider: The good old 636 or 646 were not that durable. I ride all year long and 2 years was the maximum I or my friends were able to get out of them. Not to mention they were total junk in muddy conditions. If you want bombproof pedals that work in any conditions don't look further than the good old Z line from Time.
Euskafreez RichardCunningham's article
Oct 10, 2017 at 8:12
Oct 10, 2017
Look's New X-Track Pedals
@eriksaun: I was about to write the exact same thing :). SPD is based on a road clipless system while the ATAC system was designed solely for mountain biking. It makes the ATAC far superior in almost every conditions. How many 20 years old SPD have you seen on bikes guys? Almost none! Yet we can spot 20 years old Time ATAC pedals from ... time to time. You only have to replace the cleats but unlike the old SPDs, the old ATAC do not give up easily on bearings and cage.
Euskafreez RichardCunningham's article
Oct 10, 2017 at 3:58
Oct 10, 2017
Look's New X-Track Pedals
I quote "Look says that the Shimano cleat and shoe interface has proven by far to be the most stable and reliable system" I'm sorry for you Look, but the Time ATAC system is by far the most reliable. Look are just coming back to their roots. The SPD system is nothing less than a licensed smaller version of the Look road clipless system. And the engineers behind the look/spd system left Look to create Time. The twin spring design when not made by Crank Brothers works well.
Euskafreez mikekazimer's article
Oct 4, 2017 at 13:27
Oct 4, 2017
SRAM Code RSC Brakes - Review
@jewpowered: it's like its color: a complete lemon
Euskafreez mikelevy's article
Oct 4, 2017 at 3:33
Oct 4, 2017
Pivot's New Carbon and Alloy Enduro Bikes - First Look
it reduces frictions, though with the use of an outer cable from shifter to derailleur it does not really matter anymore.
Euskafreez mikelevy's article
Oct 2, 2017 at 15:58
Oct 2, 2017
Euskafreez mikekazimer's article
Oct 1, 2017 at 4:08
Oct 1, 2017
SRAM Code RSC Brakes - Review
@Rubberelli: It looks like you don't know much and/or have not enough experience with mineral oil. DOT is useless on a push bike, higher boiling point than mineral oil? Of course! Does it matter on a bicycle? No it does not. Citroen have been using mineral oil commercially in the automotive business for more than 60 years now. It works well on brakes and suspension, euro mechanics know how to deal with it. It's a good fluid when used properly. On a bike, the only downside is the feedback you have from the lever when it's freezing outside.
Euskafreez mikekazimer's article
Sep 30, 2017 at 10:30
Sep 30, 2017
SRAM Code RSC Brakes - Review
@Rubberelli: Gwin did not listen to Shimano when he kept the prototype version of the Saints on his bike. Because no, he wasn't using the Saint but an early prototype of the brake.
Euskafreez mikekazimer's article
Sep 30, 2017 at 2:52
Sep 30, 2017
SRAM Code RSC Brakes - Review
@genericmk: Don't look fiurther, you're happy because you only have deal with one pair so far. Us grease monkeys have a different opinion. The MT line is so unreliable we don't sell them aftermarket anymore ... It's not about how they perform when they work like they are supposed to. We are complaining about the lack of reliability of the MTs, the whole line from top to bottom. And I'm not in a crusade against Magura, I had Magura brakes on at least one of my bikes in the past 20 years.
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