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HellslayeR hopetech's article
Jan 28, 2015 at 4:29
Jan 28, 2015
Video: Making Hope Cranks
This is a piece of art. Looking great i like to look into how our bike components are made!
HellslayeR scottsecco's article
Jan 24, 2015 at 2:35
Jan 24, 2015
Sequence Saturday: Sam Hill's Slam
Is he okey after all? Any leftover injuries? I hope he has just some scraches and no more. He is my favorite still active rider of all time (Fabien Barel and Cedric Gracia was the other two until they rode DH).
HellslayeR astonmtb's article
Jan 16, 2015 at 12:46
Jan 16, 2015
First Look - Hope Technology Cranks
I bought my Race Face Diabolus Cranks for my DH tank, like 5 years ago and its still going strong. I don't care about weight, it is more important to care more about price / value. We have nothing to talk about any more. It is super stiff, and super strong these are the keypoints in my view.
HellslayeR RichardCunningham's article
Jan 9, 2015 at 3:58
Jan 9, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Protective Gear - or Not
I ride DH, and i usually look like a SWAT man. I always wear full body armor with spinal protector, knee pads, full face helmet, and gloves. The quality also imporant the plastic hardshells make more damage, instead of protecting you (for example my left clavicule injured because of this) - so if you can buy the higher priced SaS-Tech or Evo protection, its really worth it - no joke! On the downside it is super warm in the summer days, and i must drink like 7-8 liters of water for a day, on warm days it is even more. I also have to mention that it is much harder to move the bike to the direction that i want to go, which is bad if you are competing all the time with your same level frirends :D. But after all i feel save, especially in the critical areas head, spine, knees. I might buy a neck protector in the future but the price they are asking for such a thing is ridiculous...
HellslayeR Jamesstubbs1's photo
Oct 15, 2014 at 23:02
Oct 15, 2014
You re wrong, Marzocchi still produced the fork with the old arch. It was made just with the RV dampening system as stock OEM fork on bikes to cut the manufacturing cost.

HellslayeR chrishassel's article
Oct 10, 2014 at 3:40
Oct 10, 2014
Video: A Game of Chase
So this is what biking really means to me. Cool video!
HellslayeR julienvendries's video
Mar 2, 2014 at 14:22
Mar 2, 2014
This is super great, the whole video is very well made. The script the story and the act is very captivating it shows us something new. I think this can be true after all, at least in our dreams that someday might come ture of course :). The riding was well filmed and i think the music matched well with the the filming which is important for me. Very well done, im happy i could watch this, really inspiring. And if i have to vote the video i would vote it for 10/10 - awesome. It is so long time i could add a viteo to my favorites but it breaks into it :). Thank you for making this video! Cheers! PS: -- All i can say now is this -- You're the reason why, From the other side, I want you in my time, Before the lines were drawn, In this world of ours, I'll help you fit in my mind, When it's time to get older, If you can't hope you won't find, If you lose your fire it gets colder, Can you make it there alone, It's bigger than my love, I wanted you to know, That I can make this happen, To Bold to loose control, To proud to let this go, Although we made it this far. can you confrim that for me please

HellslayeR mikelevy's article
Aug 18, 2013 at 0:00
Aug 18, 2013
FSA K-Force Brake and Megatooth Chain Ring - Crankworx Whistler 2013
Well i have FSA Pig DH Pro headset and it is the best price / value headset on the whole market. It keeps running on large (huge) sealed cartridge bearings and it is BOOMPROOF, after 8 years of use it still keep going and still ask nothing. If FSA can get the best price / value on these brakes while they are absolutly reliable and only needs 1 service / year than i would try it out when my Saint m810-s is destroyed as i already really love them, super interested. I have never tought FSA would enter the brake market, but i like it. I don't think there are XC brakes and there are Downhill brakes - for me the Saints are a big overtake, i would be feel okey with the XT brakes too - i can pull the lever harder if i want to stop faster...
HellslayeR mikelevy's article
Jun 25, 2013 at 9:37
Jun 25, 2013
To The Point - Shim Stacks
By far the best technology exist now (and was also used in fox dhx 5.0 too in that time...) you get wider range of damper especially in the rebound side - with too high rebound you can easily can get the knock sound and feel, it is so wider with the shim stacks, not to mention it is 100% tunable for your liking - because if you need a specific damper feel you just need to change the shims and you are there already (well you need someone who knows his job, but you have the ability to change at least). The mountain biking industry slowly upgrades - i just wonder why was it so slow, when the motorcyle industry it was common for a period long of time already... Anyway great article, keep them coming!
HellslayeR mikekazimer's article
Jun 24, 2013 at 7:15
Jun 24, 2013
Banshee Legend MKII Review
Suspension pivots get loose after a few rides bug resolved with the Legend MKII or is it still there (i know it was common problem with the first version)?
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