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Loshmi24 edspratt's article
Jan 19, 2023 at 7:27
Jan 19, 2023
Video: Jackson Goldstone & Laurie Greenland Flat Out at Coronet Peak
It would be cool if speed would be displayed in this kind of videos
Loshmi24 mikelevy's article
Oct 26, 2022 at 23:47
Oct 26, 2022
Video: Welcome to the 2022 Downcountry Field Test
The choice of bikes for the Downcountry Field Test is a bit weird. RSD Wildcat V3 29" has almost the same numbers as Norco Optic, which is like a mini downhill bike. In Norco's product line Revolver 120 would be a Downcountry bike, so I would say that something like Optic (In this case RSD Wildcat) can't be in the same test as something like Revolver 120 (Other bikes in this field test, except Following). Speaking of the Following, since Evil was not present in PB's tests for a long time, you could omit it now also. If I remember correctly, the first generation of Following was marketed as a "Mini Downhill" bike. It is clearly a short-travel trail bike. Also, the Field Test would be more relevant if the latest generation of BMC Fourstroke LT was included.
Loshmi24 sarahmoore's article
Oct 12, 2022 at 11:42
Oct 12, 2022
Pauline Ferrand Prevot Officially Signs with Ineos Grenadiers
What a lost for MTB community. I am sure she will have even better results now when she moved to the team with such elaborate doping practice and enough money to never get caught.
Loshmi24 edspratt's article
Aug 26, 2022 at 23:39
Aug 26, 2022
Loshmi24 alicialeggett's article
Jun 30, 2022 at 23:01
Jun 30, 2022
Loshmi24 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 29, 2022 at 12:11
Jun 29, 2022
Loshmi24 Fezzari's article
Jan 20, 2022 at 12:01
Jan 20, 2022
Fezzari Releases New Signal Peak XC / Trail Bike
I think that the original Signal Peak was such a great bike and very much ahead of it's time. 120 mm front and back and (for the time) slack 68 degree HTA, two water bottles inside the frame. But I am really puzzled why girls and guys from Fezzari decided to make this XC, 100 mm version. In my humble opinion, I think they should just make 120/120 mm again, but without compromises that were necessary to have 2 in 1. For instance reach could be 500 mm, TTL ~ 655, HTA 67, BBH 335-340, etc. As far as I know, Fezzari doesn't have a XCO team, so no need to satisfy their needs. That one bike would be very close to Scott Spark, so it could be also used for XCO. Don't get me wrong, I think these are great bikes, I just have a feeling they could make it a bit more suitable for todays market.
Loshmi24 edspratt's article
Nov 21, 2021 at 23:23
Nov 21, 2021
MMR Launches New Kenta XC Bike
They have one of the tallest WC riders (David Valero Serrano) on the team and yet the largest size is L with 465 mm reach. Very weird.
Loshmi24 henryquinney's article
Sep 28, 2021 at 22:22
Sep 28, 2021
First Look: 2022 Rocky Mountain Element - When XC Gets Aggro
I wonder why RM didn't make an option that is more XCO, Eg. a bike with 120 mm fork, something like Element 70 XCO (100 mm fork) in the previous generation. I assume it would steepen up HTA by ~1.
Loshmi24 henryquinney's article
Sep 28, 2021 at 12:34
Sep 28, 2021
First Look: 2022 Rocky Mountain Element - When XC Gets Aggro
Such an interesting bike. In my mind, a bike with a 130 mm fork is a trail bike, since there is no SID or SC fork in that travel. But, when a previous Element was released, it was also a big departure from the XC bikes at that time. It had 120 mm at the front and since no SC fork was available, that was considered a trail fork, it had a dropper ( 150 mm one, and not 60-80 XC dropper), which at that time was a rarety and it had 720 mm handlebar. I was surprised, but only a couple of years later, many other manufactures offered similar bikes. Judging by that experience, Fox will release 130 mm SC soon. I really like how they managed to make room for two water bottles.
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