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Paxx danielsapp's article
Jan 16, 2019 at 15:17
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Fox Announces 175mm Transfer Dropper Post
Another vote for the revive here. It just slightly edges out the transfer in every way. Not huge differences but enough.
Paxx danielsapp's article
Jan 16, 2019 at 15:13
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Fox Announces 175mm Transfer Dropper Post
@TheR: Definitely not needed by everyone but surely appreciated by us long legged folks. I have the 185 revive on my Sentinel and still have another 1.5" of post showing. Not that I can't make due with the 185 but I'd love to have the seat even further out of the way for really rowdy terrain.
Jan 13, 2019 at 15:48
Jan 13, 2019
Rode in Gerry. view ridelog
Jan 12, 2019 at 15:21
Jan 12, 2019
quotes Loving January turns!
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Rode in Gerry. view ridelog
Jan 11, 2019 at 16:30
Jan 11, 2019
quotes ???? and ladders!
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Paxx RichardCunningham's article
Jan 10, 2019 at 16:31
Jan 10, 2019
Exploring the Relationship Between Handlebar vs Stem Length
Of course there is a huge difference in the bikes that are built for different riding styles. I do believe that there is benefit to having a fit done for certain types of bikes if you are having issues with them though. I think this is less important on both extreme ends of the spectrum - DH bikes, DJ bikes, because you are not sitting and spinning, but anytime you are on a type of bike that requires long periods of time in a relatively static position such as a trail, XC, or enduro bike, there would be benefit. Now even on those types of bikes, when you are up out of the saddle, then yes, you're correct, the fit matters less and the "practiced patterns of movement" will be more important. I don't think many people have fit issues when standing and going through a dynamic range of movement on the bike. Most people that are interested in having a bike fit done are probably trying to find comfort while seated. I think that a lot of people ride in pain (even experienced riders) because they don't know how a bike should fit with their own body measurements.
Paxx RichardCunningham's article
Jan 10, 2019 at 10:44
Jan 10, 2019
Exploring the Relationship Between Handlebar vs Stem Length
I believe there is a place for bike fit in MTBing. Unless you assume that everyones body proportions are identical. I was having a hell of a time getting comfortable on a bike until I factored in body geometry and found out that I have a negative ape index and longer than average inseam and needed to compensate with a taller stack or higher rise handlebar. I tried several trail and error setups before figuring out that the science of bike fit (through measurement of body proportions) was able to answer the question.
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Paxx mikelevy's article
Jan 9, 2019 at 10:29
Jan 9, 2019
Review: Unno's Dash is Ultra-Exotic, Ultra-Efficient, & Ultra-Expensive
@islandforlife: Sorry, can't remember the weights off hand. I think it was around 80g heavier than the EXO version. I'm running the 2.4WT DHR2 f/r
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