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MTBcrash anthopoulson's video
Jun 11, 2019 at 13:58
Jun 11, 2019
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I agree, can we have some more. Connor riding is alway great to watch, such an effortless style. So good!

MTBcrash RichardCunningham's article
Aug 9, 2018 at 1:27
Aug 9, 2018
Review: Fidlock's Bottle Twist Uses Magnets to Hold Your Water Bottle
These are great! My son and I are running 2 of these each on our Pole EVO150 bikes. A small one on the top tube due to very limited room. I had to make a small plate to make the bottle sit away from the rear shock but it looks okay and does th job. We run the larger bottle under the down tube. I was sceptical about the one underneath staying on the mount when hitting rocky terrain, but Im definitely impressed. We've given them a good testing but neither of us have lost a bottle. Well worth considering these whether you're limited for space or not, I think they look cleaner than cages.
MTBcrash davetrumpore's article
Jun 3, 2016 at 2:54
Jun 3, 2016
Track Walk - Fort William DH World Cup 2016
Has anyone heard whether the 'Chainsaw' T-shirts, Boxxer decals and iron on Stevie patch will be available to buy? I'm sure there will be plenty of people like myself who'd like to purchase them in remembrance of Stevie. Proceeds or part proceeds could go towards the foundation Stevie's mum wants to set up in honor of her boy :)
MTBcrash cyclesdevinci's article
May 11, 2016 at 3:15
May 11, 2016
Tragic News - Stevie Smith Passes Away
@Hwulex: This is a wonderful idea, it would mean so much to so many. To add another option to your idea. Maybe a rider could do a slow run in honor of Stevie kitted out in a commemorative kit so fans on the hill and watching on the net can have a visual for his 'final run' The riders identity can either be known (maybe a past champion) or kept secret so it is all about Stevie. Something needs to done, he was, is and always will be a champion to so many.
MTBcrash mikekazimer's article
Sep 4, 2015 at 5:39
Sep 4, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Who Will Win DH World Champs?
'Year of the Fearon' He gets in a good one and he has as good a shot as anyone.
MTBcrash pinkbikeaudience's article
Jan 7, 2015 at 22:34
Jan 7, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: 1x11 Options, Fork Bumper Placement, and Scott Gambler vs. Voltage
1 x 11 speed? I love my 1 x 9! I kept an eye on what gearing I was using with my 3 x 9 drivetrain to see how I thought I'd go with X01/XX1 setup. I was so close to buying it several times but couldn't really come to terms with the cost to buy it then the continuing cost of chains & cassettes. I made a chart of the actual ratios I had and always used, the ones with a 10 - 42 cassette/ 32 & 34 ring and also with a 30 tooth ring with my 11 - 34 cassette. I was surprised at how close the bottom end of the 30 & 11 - 34 set up was to the 10 - 42 with either a 32 or 34 chainring. I would lose a little bit at the top end but in reality I probably wouldn't use the 10 tooth with the 32 or 34 much anyway. End result is that I am now running a 30T Wolftooth N/W ring up front with my 11 - 34 SRAM 9 speed cassette, short cage non clutch rear derailleur and 10 speed chain. No chain device needed as I've never dropped my chain, it runs super smooth and quiet. I have a gearing spread that Im happy with and a replacement cost for chain and cassette that I am even more happy with. I cannot complain at all, I love this set up for so many reasons :) When I finally go to a 10 speed cassette I may go to a 32 tooth chainring which will give me about the same bottom end but a little bigger top end.
MTBcrash mikelevy's article
Nov 29, 2014 at 1:39
Nov 29, 2014
Spank Spike 800 Race Vibrocore Handlebar - Review
We were a little sceptical about whether these would make much dfference but figured why not try them anyway. After one of my sons missing two races due to injury, the track he came back on he normally gets a fair bit of arm pump after Saturdays practice, but on the way home it suddenly dawned on him that his arms felt good all day. Made us think that maybe the bars did make a difference........ He was the only one of us running them due to them being out of stock but we are all now running them on our DH and Enduro bikes and find them to be very good, quite rigid yet very comfortable for a day of DH or out on the trail. (and we run them at full width, 800mm goodness) In our opinion, they are great :)
MTBcrash fraktiv's article
Sep 8, 2014 at 5:37
Sep 8, 2014
Video: Josh Bryceland's Hafjell GoPro run
He didn't break before the jump, just a pity he did after the jump....... Was a great run and one hell of a ballsy attitude to the last jump. He conducted himself so well, even when obviously in a lot of pain. Hope his recovery goes well and he's out having fun again sooner rather than later.
MTBcrash RichardCunningham's article
Aug 27, 2014 at 18:15
Aug 27, 2014
E-Thirteen Finally Answers the Age-Old Question:
EThirteen's experiment was to demonstrate the difference in HUB weight, not the difference in wheel sizes. "E-thirteen built its rotational-inertia demonstrator to assure its wheel customers that the slight amount of additional weight of its Chubb hubs is easily offset by the use of a lighter-weight spokes and rims."
MTBcrash seanbabes's video
Jun 25, 2014 at 5:15
Jun 25, 2014
video
One of the best videos Ive seen of late, nicely shot, good song and Angus just makes it all look so easy....... Worthy VOD in my opinion, great jobs lads :)

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