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ParkCityPlush anthill's article
Apr 29, 2015 at 15:13
Apr 29, 2015
Video: The Drift Track - Stevie Smith and Brook Macdonald
All that for 45MPH? what a waste of time
ParkCityPlush SramMedia's article
Mar 31, 2015 at 14:10
Mar 31, 2015
Steps to the Top: Brandon Semenuk - Video
What pisses me off about this video is that these guys are under sooo much pressure by their sponsors that they feel that they have to ride(and win) no matter what. Whoever dude was that told him to put on his goggles to put pressurSemenuck is the man, glad he didn't force it but the music was way too dramatic and the video was all about him kinda diminishing what the other riders were doing. I also dislike the pressure sponsors put on riders, like dude telling him to put on his goggles to "put pressure" on his face after he said his vision was blurry.WTF! Don't know if that was his trainer or what but he looked annoyed that Semenuck was debating a second run. Dude should have been like bro dont risk it, lets go get you checked out. Blurry vision is a sign of concussion, if an NFL coach sent a player in after he comlained of blurry vision they would be fired. You the man Brandon Semenuck! And fire that guy.
ParkCityPlush thomasfuelex's article
Sep 17, 2014 at 15:26
Sep 17, 2014
Video: Think You Can Wheelie?
If that idiot swerved at me like that I would punch him in the face purely from reflex.
ParkCityPlush bjornenga's article
May 19, 2014 at 11:26
May 19, 2014
Opinion: Further Faster - Thoughts on the Coming E-Ride Revolution
"39km backcountry route, 2 hours and 39 minutes ride time." Wow that's only an hour slower than me on my Single speed. Good luck with that
ParkCityPlush Nate-at-BikeCo-com's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 19:41
Jan 28, 2014
Tech Spotlight - The Functional Wash
We all have things to learn. What I meant by my statement was people who KNOW how to work on a bike know that wd40 is terrible on a bike. Why you are chiming in I don't know. I have learned everything I know from hands on experience. Let your daughter tinker and show her how to do things properly. trial and error is the best way to learn. Invest in the proper tools. You would be surprised how easy working on bikes is. I only speak about things I know. I was directing all my comments to mr know it all dirty chain who didn't even know that you are supposed to replace the cassette and chain at the same time. You seem like a nice guy so just because I called out the guy doesn't mean you have to come to the rescue, he deserved it.
ParkCityPlush Nate-at-BikeCo-com's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 17:18
Jan 28, 2014
Tech Spotlight - The Functional Wash
Since you like to follow manufacturer recommendations it's is usually recommended that you replace chain and cassette at the same time. Yes you can throw a new chain on an old cassette and it will still shift. but it wont shift as smooth.Which further solidifies the fact that if you do not know your sh!#t then take your bike to shop. And if you don't know your sh!#t don't comment and look like an idiot, that's why I am busting your balls. Now STFU and let the grown ups talk.
ParkCityPlush Nate-at-BikeCo-com's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 16:31
Jan 28, 2014
Tech Spotlight - The Functional Wash
Oh god here we go again.. I am wondering where this magical lifetime lube that solvents will destroy is hiding. Have you ever taken a link out of a chain? I hate to tell you but there are no sealed bearings in there and if you do not degrease then you have millions of little rocks (aka dirt)grinding at your drivetrain = premature wear. Why do you think a pro mechanic( aka) the one writing this article uses degreaser on the drivetrain. Just like I told mr dirty chain up there is the reason he is replacing his chain every couple months. As for wd40 it is a petroleum based product therefore literally eats away rubber and plastic. The only spray lube that should touch a bike is silicon/synthetic lube. All things that anyone who works on their own bike already knows. Maybe you guys should call your LBS and ask them how to pull your head out of your ass.
ParkCityPlush Nate-at-BikeCo-com's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 13:27
Jan 28, 2014
ParkCityPlush Nate-at-BikeCo-com's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 11:45
Jan 28, 2014
Tech Spotlight - The Functional Wash
I've got over 3000 miles on a chain and cassette in the past and I soaked that one in gas.. Now I use a chain scrubber and degreaser... Oh my god, how did the universe notimplode?Shifted perfectly..every couple months?people like you are why the bike companies charge so much.. I don't need to ask someone how to maintain my bike. Maybe you are going through chains so quick because your dumb enough to not clean your chain an all the grime caught in there is causing unneeded wear? Let me see why would a chain company tell you not to clean your chain properly? Maybe so you have to replace it more often? Go figure
ParkCityPlush Nate-at-BikeCo-com's article
Jan 28, 2014 at 11:24
Jan 28, 2014
Tech Spotlight - The Functional Wash
I would hate to see your chain if you never use degreaser
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