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Lornholio edspratt's article
Aug 29, 2021 at 5:51
Aug 29, 2021
Final Results from the Val di Sole DH World Championships 2021
Doesn't work any more. Use this one instead: https://www.redbull.com/embed/rrn:content:event-profiles:b9bb100f-377c-4cba-9ec2-57a3538a8dd5:en-INT
Lornholio edspratt's article
Aug 29, 2021 at 3:44
Aug 29, 2021
Final Results from the Val di Sole DH World Championships 2021
Start here: https://www.redbull.com/int-en/live/uci-mountain-bike-world-championships-2021-xco-men-with-commentaries Then click on the live event. Don't click on "switch location".
Lornholio edspratt's article
Aug 29, 2021 at 3:37
Aug 29, 2021
Final Results from the Val di Sole DH World Championships 2021
I'm watching in Switzerland. You need to go to the main event page, click on an event that has already finished (eg. one of the XC races) and then go to the live event from that page, instead of just trying to play the live event. "I'm a broadcast engineer, don't ask me anything."
Lornholio RockShox's article
Aug 25, 2021 at 9:01
Aug 25, 2021
Photo Story: Hannah Bergemann on Trail Building & Guinea Pigging in 'The Next Chapter'
210mm eye-to-eye would put the BB back almost to the same position as stock 29/29. Rough calculation: 2mm lower than stock. 55mm stroke would give about 150mm travel. So she's made a shorter travel Patrol, kind of.
Lornholio mattbeer's article
Aug 24, 2021 at 10:34
Aug 24, 2021
Review: Ion Rascal Select Boa Shoes
I have Specialized Cliplites in Lace and Boa and pretty much only wear the Boas these days. There are no downsides apart from (arguably) the aesthetics. True, they start losing tension after about 100 rides. But just go on Boa's website, fill out the form, get new dials for free in less than a week, replace, repeat.
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Jul 25, 2021 at 2:04
Jul 25, 2021
Lornholio henryquinney's article
Jul 15, 2021 at 1:57
Jul 15, 2021
Tested: 9 of the Best Tire Inserts vs an Impact Rig
FYI I just installed Tannus for the first time after previously being on CushCore Pro. I found it no easier or no more difficult than CushCore. Hopefully removal is easier than CushCore, which I always found to be the real pain in the ass. Not ridden it yet (new frame arrives today ...I hope) but if it offers me enough protection and saves 100g over CushCore I'll stick with it.
Lornholio nkrohan's article
Jul 12, 2021 at 8:19
Jul 12, 2021
Ridden & Rated: 11 of the Best New Men's Riding Pants
Update for tall riders: I can recommend the current Specialized Demo pants. I'm 6ft4/80kg with a 34" waist and 35.5" inseam and always wear 36/size L in ski pants with a belt and let them sag a bit, and 36x34 Dickies. The Demos in 34 were fine in the waist but a little tight in the thigh for my liking, and the 36 still OK in the waist with the velcro tightened most of the way, roomier in the thigh and felt longer (didn't measure the 34s' inseam). So I bought the 36, added belt loops and and elastic belt and they're great now. Inseam measures 33" and they're pretty much perfect length for me with lightweight kneepads while sat on the bike. I'd take an extra inch if I could but I'm happy with them.
Lornholio 686Apparel's article
Jun 30, 2021 at 10:45
Jun 30, 2021
686 Announces 'Blackout Collection' in Collaboration with Evil Bikes
Thanks. You just convinced me to give them a shot. These new ones aren't available in Europe. If I don't like them on the bike it sounds like I'll still get some good use from them. Is the fabric rough/noisy when pedalling?
Lornholio 686Apparel's article
Jun 30, 2021 at 0:46
Jun 30, 2021
686 Announces 'Blackout Collection' in Collaboration with Evil Bikes
Hilarious comments aside, has anyone tried the existing 686 pants on the bike? Looks like they took that product, changed the knees a little and added some zipped pockets. Still stretch nylon and 34" inseam for the 36 waist size. I'm tempted to try.
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