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HansvonStoffeln SenderRampsUSA's article
Dec 2, 2020 at 6:35
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Sender Ramps Announces New Ramps, A Cycling Balance Board, & More
I had a sender ramp but sold it. I honestly admit that I didn't really progress well with it. I think you would be better off buying a dirt bike while practicing manuals on slightly declined terrain. In case you don’t want to buy another bike, just do it on the bike you already call your own. Learning the manual in action is much more effective.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Jul 27, 2020 at 8:43
Jul 27, 2020
Welcome to the 2020 Pinkbike Field Test - Cross-Country Bike Edition
Don't care about XC or DC bikes. Where is the Grim Donut content?!
HansvonStoffeln remymetailler's article
Oct 30, 2019 at 2:20
Oct 30, 2019
HansvonStoffeln pinkbikeoriginals's article
Aug 15, 2019 at 1:48
Aug 15, 2019
Video: Scrubs, Whips, and Mega Trains from the Air DH - Crankworx Whistler 2019
props to the steezy guy with the huge freakin backpack at min 1:50. The dude probably had to catch a flight outta Whis and had to take all his belongings with him!
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:38
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. > Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:38
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. > Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:37
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:36
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. > Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 23:36
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
@rockchomper: Same story here. I had two XO1 derailleurs on both of my bikes. I crashed both and I was literally tearing up because it was 180eur for each derailleur. I replaced them with the GX derailleurs (70eur), which have an awesome price-performance ratio. When there is one thing I learned in gravity over the years, is that some parts of the drivetrain have to come by cheap especially when they are super exposed like derailleurs. Cranks and cassettes are a different story. > Or there should be more spare parts available to fix the derailleurs once you have crashed. Like when the cage is bent etc. But not receiving that option as a customer, I guess that's planned obsolescence in a certain way.
HansvonStoffeln RichardCunningham's article
Feb 4, 2019 at 7:12
Feb 4, 2019
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