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Glenngineer mattbeer's article
Nov 28, 2022 at 14:00
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Boone Technologies' Iconic Twist Cranks Now Come in a Titanium Version
I rally against the ultra bougie stuff, mostly, but there is room in my heart for novel and/or highly crafted stuff... This is both, it's not a stupid 1000$ pulley wheel. I still wish CC did a steel version of the eewing.
Glenngineer mikelevy's article
Nov 21, 2022 at 8:55
Nov 21, 2022
Review: Reeb's SST Does it Differently
I'd like to get a REEB in the fleet someday... really like what they're doing. There was a great podcast with one of the REEB guys I heard a while back, good listening- can't find it to link it on my work PC, unfortunately. TRP brakes look a lot like Shimanos; not identical by any means but they give me a generation or two back Shimano lever body vibe. I wonder if they're using the same OEM.
Glenngineer edspratt's article
Nov 21, 2022 at 6:02
Nov 21, 2022
SRAM & FSA Release Warnings About Fake Websites
I sort of want to get one of those $98 road hubs just to see what shows up in the mail.
Glenngineer dariodigiulio's article
Nov 18, 2022 at 5:34
Nov 18, 2022
Review: 3 Mountain Bike Handguards Ridden & Rated
These things are so stupid but I've been struggling to not buy a pair of one brand or another for years... I ride natural trails almost exclusively, plenty of tree clipping and pinky bashing for me...
Glenngineer CaneCreekCyclingComponents's article
Nov 15, 2022 at 16:25
Nov 15, 2022
Cane Creek Cycling Components Makes Suspension Service Procedures Public
One of the main reasons I ride RS lately... Full rebuilds on forks are easy, parts are generally easy to get. air can service on shocks is really easy, full rebuilda are more involved but not terrible. Toughest part is usually sorting out exactly what sku to order to fit your particular model, year, 'trim' level, etc.
Glenngineer seb-stott's article
Nov 11, 2022 at 16:06
Nov 11, 2022
Short or Long-Travel: Which Is The Best All-Round MTB?
Flatlander here... 140/135 with Minions/EXO/3CMT. It's all sprinting, and great single speed terrain. Bigger bikes feel wasted and sluggish, 'faster' tires reduce confidence and keep me reigned in on corners, vs going flat out all the time. Purposefully underbiking I actually think is a lot of fun, but I've got enough features and shitty conditions that a true XC whip feels scary... And I'm a 200 pound BMX guy, so I just don't gel with them.
Glenngineer mattbeer's article
Nov 9, 2022 at 8:53
Nov 9, 2022
Field Test: 6 Downcountry Bikes Hucked to Flat in Slo-Mo
@BetweenTheCircles: and eBike specific grips...
Glenngineer mikekazimer's article
Nov 3, 2022 at 7:23
Nov 3, 2022
First Look: 2023 Scott Genius & Genius ST
New genius, legitimately stupid.
Glenngineer edspratt's article
Oct 29, 2022 at 14:50
Oct 29, 2022
Slack Randoms: ENVE's $290 Poncho, SRAM Sets Sail, FMX Triple Flips & More
This comment will probably get deleted, but fuck envy to the ends of the earth.
Glenngineer henryquinney's article
Oct 28, 2022 at 6:43
Oct 28, 2022
Tech Week 2023: Handguards, Expensive Winter Shoes, Luxurious Printed Saddles
@bonkmasterflex: Definitely plenty of foot out fun in the snow, but I find, especially bushwhacking in fresh snow, being clipped in really helps me keep putting power down even when I slipping and sliding and getting bounced all over.
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