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JDFF mikekazimer's article
Jul 8, 2020 at 11:35
Jul 8, 2020
First Ride: 2021 Evil Wreckoning
I keep my hubs and wheelsets longer than frames. Probably won't be switching to 157 spacing anytime soon. Bummer would of thrown a leg over this one. Loved my version 1.0, but the lack of water bottle option took its toll. The DELTA is such a good suspension platform though. Torn.
JDFF Chromagbikes's article
Jul 7, 2020 at 7:19
Jul 7, 2020
Video: The Sounds of Hardtail Shredding in Pemberton
They make you stronger and faster. And your FS bike that much smoother. If you ride most days of the week, its good to mix it up. Yes, on trails like Pemby!
JDFF edspratt's article
Jun 27, 2020 at 7:02
Jun 27, 2020
Round Up: 20 Different World Cup DH Tire Combinations
Assuming you are in the wet part of the UK (ha ha), I don't recommend an Aggressor as a rear. Its a decent fast(ish) rolling tire but not that great in mud. If riding really wet/sloppy, think about a MM, Shorty, or Vigilante upfront. For Rear a Judge, DHR2, MM or even a DHF (yes, as a rear).
JDFF edspratt's article
Jun 23, 2020 at 4:51
Jun 23, 2020
My Boo Launches Bamboo eMTB Range
Wait, my PB bamboo bike article filter stopped working?
JDFF LeattUSA's article
Jun 23, 2020 at 4:43
Jun 23, 2020
Leatt Releases Aaron Chase Signature Twenty/Twenty Shoe
Ride Concept Transitions have really burly toe protection. Definitely a level of extra protection that doesn't seem to have draw backs. Note: "Transition" is an SPD model, not sure if they make a flat pedal shoe with similar toe protection?
JDFF MTB-Strength-Factory's article
Jun 21, 2020 at 11:43
Jun 21, 2020
Video: In-Depth Analysis of Flat Pedal Efficiency with the Strength Factory
Commit a month to each type of pedal on your local trails that you are familiar with. After a month on each, pick whichever you prefer. Terrain and riding styles will make big differences per person. Its also a good idea to check back in with your less preferred option every year or so, just to see if you are missing something. Being able to go back and forth between clips and flats is a pretty good skill to have. I personally ride SPD's for being able to put less mental thought into extra pedal strokes in really rough sections of trail. But do appreciate flats at times also. The one thing that irritates me is people who try spds with soft/flexy soled SPD shoes. Floppy shoes on SPD's are miserable. Stiff shoes for SPD's and conforming grippy shoes for flats please!
JDFF MTB-Strength-Factory's article
Jun 20, 2020 at 7:04
Jun 20, 2020
JDFF Hazzard-Racing's article
Jun 19, 2020 at 7:28
Jun 19, 2020
Video: A Day of Dusty Trail Riding with Joe Barnes
29.39 percent of my music comes from Joe's personal playlists. I would "borrow" more music from him, but ran out of cables and duct tape. Nice riding dudes!
JDFF rkhemraj's article
Jun 13, 2020 at 14:44
Jun 13, 2020
Video: Managing Injuries & Staying Healthy with Kirt Voreis
My favorite ice cream eating stuntman. Keep doing what you are doing and proving that being in our 40's is still pretty rad!
JDFF RevelBikes's article
Jun 12, 2020 at 18:38
Jun 12, 2020
Video: Revel Bikes Produce Tire Levers From Recycled Carbon Rims
@blowmyfuse: After 15 years of using plastic water bottles, just this year I switched to stainless steel. Hopefully not too late......
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