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Felt Bicycles 2018 - First Look
$8999 + ~10% sales tax in most states. Your 9999eur includes VAT doesn't it?. There is a difference but it's not as big as you'd think.
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Raaw Madonna - Press Release and Interview
@theminsta: The leverage curve and the force curve are basically the same thing. You need the leverage curve to create a force curve. I would actually argue that it's more accurate than a force curve because you need to make a few assumptions to create a force curve. The leverage curve gives a perfectly accurate depiction of how a frame handles in real life, it just slightly counter-intuitive because a falling leverage ratio = progression and requires a little more thought about what's going on. Shock force characteristics are extremely dependent on shock tune and compression rate, I would say they're generally not worth talking about when considering a frame unless you're trying to evaluate it for coil vs air shocks.
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