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Feideaux sarahmoore's article
Mar 26, 2024 at 1:42
Mar 26, 2024
Rebecca Henderson Ruptured Ankle Ligament Ahead of Australian National XC Championships
Like us, they are human. Take as much time as you need, ladies.
Feideaux mattbeer's article
Jul 10, 2023 at 15:57
Jul 10, 2023
Bike Check: Maxime Marotte's Rockrider 940S
In terms of power data validation, here is something I found: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021929022001555 tl:dr - the full cohort showed lower mechanical effectiveness when lowering trunk angle. - forward hip position mitigates this. - forward is more aero Anecdotally, forward and slammed for me allows better glute activation, bike acceleration at speed and front tyre grip, but I wonder if they are also Maxime's reasons.
Feideaux dariodigiulio's article
Jul 4, 2023 at 14:19
Jul 4, 2023
Feideaux christinachappetta's article
Apr 26, 2023 at 2:51
Apr 26, 2023
Video: MTB Brake Bleed Challenge | Can Pros Work On Their Own Bikes?
This was a fun video, and the dog watching on was precious :)
Feideaux brianpark's article
Apr 13, 2023 at 17:38
Apr 13, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: What Should Bike Warranties Look Like?
The company representatives handling the warranty process will often determine user experience. As do customers, but consumer protection laws in my country are apprently just 'guidelines' to some people. I've broken six carbon frames, and have always contacted distributers and factories directly with photos and details. In my experience, bike shops rarely improve this process. Best warranty experience was with Hong Fu in China. I cracked the seat collar of a $500 carbon frame during installation. I sent pics of the damage (and the tools I had used) direct to the company, and they sent a replacement frame at no cost. It since has been going strong for 10 years under my hefty ass. They email me from time to time asking how my experience has been with their product. Excellent! Bianchi - four broken frames, and on three of those occassions the bike shop stole the frame hardware then sold it back to me. Giant - bb shell delaminated from frame, but the shop deleted my digital receipt of original purchase after seven years (interestingly, so did my bank, but anyways...) Cannondale - cracked dropout, shop said "they all do that" and walked off. Engineering shop re-welded it for me. Fulcrum/Campagnolo: Rear wheel had a vibration issue. Factory warranty refunded my money, but through the shop account, so they decided to keep my cash and give me store credit on things I did not want nor need. I have two Canyons in my garage, now... :)
Feideaux ericolsen's article
Apr 6, 2023 at 2:02
Apr 6, 2023
Feideaux ibiscycles's article
Jan 24, 2023 at 12:06
Jan 24, 2023
Ibis Launches New Vietnam Made Exie
@TerrapinBen: I... did not know that.
Feideaux mikelevy's article
Jan 20, 2023 at 19:09
Jan 20, 2023
The Pinkbike Podcast: Things We (Sometimes) Miss About Older Bikes
Adam Hansen - multiple grand tour stage winner - was the Lotto_Bellisol rider Henry was referring to. Any google search of 'Adam Hansen bike set up' is worth a look...beware, it's a deep rabbit hole :) Adam made his own custom shoes (as in layed up the carbon, glued and stitched them together with boas...), arguably ushered in the new aero trend of narrower than usual road bars, preferred super steep seat angles and a *a lot* of other unusual adjustments. He also wrote logistics software for the Lotto service course and recently made made his own bike.
Feideaux edspratt's article
Jan 12, 2023 at 21:48
Jan 12, 2023
Specialized Lays Off 8% of its Employees in "Organization Adjustment"
@watchmen: dude....your comment about the CEO of Burberry *literally* game me chills. Sociopaths leveraging their disorders as decisive leadership traits. I'm a teacher, and once heard an assisstant principal loudly claim that all requests for technology funding were suspect as "...the best educators can teach under a tree."
Feideaux edspratt's article
Jan 12, 2023 at 21:41
Jan 12, 2023
Specialized Lays Off 8% of its Employees in "Organization Adjustment"
@hamncheez: pardon my indelicacy at this juncture in pointing out that - throughout the 20th Century - both the US and Norway reduced their 'poorest of the poor but better than average' populations by preventing their birth via sterilisation.
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