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IMeasureStuff mikekazimer's article
Dec 1, 2022 at 10:43
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First Look: 2023 Commencal T.E.M.P.O. - A New Short Travel Trail Bike
WHY can't they just leave the freaking side port holes in the frame so we can change the routing and install some non proprietary headset?
IMeasureStuff seb-stott's article
Dec 1, 2022 at 7:38
3 days
First Look: Orbea's 2023 Rise eMTB Gets Even Lighter
@Sethimus: you fail at not sounding like a smart ass.
IMeasureStuff edspratt's article
Nov 26, 2022 at 13:59
Nov 26, 2022
Slack Randoms: Nut Bikes, Canyon's Trampoline Bike, Rocket Powered Sleighs & More
@takeiteasyridehard: all the cranks are here in the PB comments.
IMeasureStuff pinkbikeoriginals's article
Nov 22, 2022 at 11:54
Nov 22, 2022
Video: A Slalom Duel - Pinkbike Academy Season 3 EP 6
@sucker-punch: I agree, there are plenty of people that will get a ride on a team because they are fast. You are not going find a YouTuber who does not have the speed in a team. But looking at what characteristics team managers and company PRs now want, they want the complete package, speed and socials, it's the new Holy Grail. Case in point, look at any Red Bull sponsored bike rider, arguably the best paid, supported and promoted athletes in our sport. They all embody speed, skill and media presence (both traditional media and social).
IMeasureStuff pinkbikeoriginals's article
Nov 22, 2022 at 11:19
Nov 22, 2022
Video: A Slalom Duel - Pinkbike Academy Season 3 EP 6
In the past this was true, but for many teams now there is just as much emphasis on your socials as your ability to ride. The ultimate goal of a team is to sell bikes for the manufacturer, period. A manufacturer will sometimes pump millions into a team and they want a return on investment. In the past that meant winning, but now having great socials that get huge number of eyeballs on riders, their bikes, parts and kit also equates to sales. I'm not making this up. On a recent podcast Bernard Kerr straight out spelled out the importance of a new riders social media presence. Not having one, or being prepared to cultivate one is a deal breaker.
IMeasureStuff edspratt's article
Nov 21, 2022 at 3:04
Nov 21, 2022
SRAM & FSA Release Warnings About Fake Websites
Scam FSA headsets are probably more reliable than the original.
IMeasureStuff mikelevy's article
Nov 10, 2022 at 16:06
Nov 10, 2022
IMeasureStuff mattbeer's article
Nov 10, 2022 at 13:03
Nov 10, 2022
Review: 2023 Yeti SB160 - The Revised Racer
@conoat: Your advice is flawed. You are coming from a sample of one broken UDH which could have been faulty or there was an issue with your assembly technique, torque wrench or even frame design. You have to compare your one bad experience with hundreds of thousands or maybe 1 million plus UDHs out there that have been torqued to spec and performed as required. In our family we have 4 bikes with UDH, all of which I have removed or installed at some point to spec. My sample is 4 times larger than yours without a single issue. So my advice is torque it to spec.
IMeasureStuff christiefitz's article
Oct 21, 2022 at 14:38
Oct 21, 2022
Pinkbike Poll: Who is the Red Bull Rampage Pinkbike's Choice Winner?
Just wait while I throw a bag of popcorn into the microwave.
IMeasureStuff pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 21, 2022 at 4:17
Oct 21, 2022
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