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Norman22 danielsapp's article
Apr 19, 2018 at 9:40
Apr 19, 2018
Scott's New DH Prototype Looks Closer To Production - LoĊĦinj DH World Cup 2018
This is so 2008....
Norman22 paulaston's article
Feb 21, 2018 at 6:20
Feb 21, 2018
BMC's New SpeedFox AMP eMTB - Bike Connection Winter 2018
... this article and bike deserves more hate than what can be found in this comment section... TWELVETHOUSANDFIVEHUNDRED EUROS!!!!!1!!!!!111!!!!!!1111!1!!1!
Norman22 halo-wheels's article
Jan 17, 2018 at 1:44
Jan 17, 2018
Halo Releases Vortex Wheelset
So thankful for the PB comment sections these days.
Norman22 TOMGRICE's article
Nov 15, 2017 at 7:32
Nov 15, 2017
Steve Peat Raw - Video
There was a time when bike manufacturers allowed their customers to decide, whether they want to go with the mainstream and use 1x-Drivetrains or if they want to become super hipster and stay with 2x-Drivetrains. Some manufacturers still offer their customers the possibility to choose between these options.
Norman22 konaworld's article
Feb 11, 2017 at 5:41
Feb 11, 2017
Kona Wozo in Ireland: A Microadventure - Video
Sense of fatbikes:"Buy a bloody heavy bike, just to mount tons of luggage on its frame." Great video anyways ;)
Norman22 SramMedia's article
Jan 31, 2017 at 1:31
Jan 31, 2017
SRAM Eagle - Deutsche Ingenieurskunst
Am I the only one thinking that "traditional" drivetrains are oldschool af? In my opinion, companies should seek to develop gearboxes as the ones from Pinion etc. The advantages are obvious: There's no chain, no casette and no chainring that can be worn out, when a belt (is it the right word?) is beeing used. These things are able to last 10.000km and more. No parts are affected by mud and sand, the gearbox itself needs almost no maintenance, the bikes would be quite as hell. The development of such systems hand in hand with those who build the bikes would mean a true step forward. Everything else is just an attempt to find a new way to put an old product on the market in a new, "cooler" shape.
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