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Aug 20, 2018 at 7:37
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Ploutre danielsapp's article
Aug 17, 2018 at 0:28
Aug 17, 2018
First Ride: 2019 Dainese Enduro Knee Guards
@pigman65: I'll check them out, but it seems they're a bit too light for what I had in mind. I have a set of light kneepads that fit (old 661 evo knee pads), but I'm lacking for DH riding. So far I've been using the 661s but they're a bit light, I wouldn't mind some plastic skidplate... Thanks anyway :)
Ploutre danielsapp's article
Aug 16, 2018 at 10:40
Aug 16, 2018
First Ride: 2019 Dainese Enduro Knee Guards
To Dainese and all knee pads manufacturers out there, do consider expanding your lineup to XXL sizes. Please and thank you.
Aug 9, 2018 at 4:51
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Ploutre mikekazimer's article
Aug 8, 2018 at 3:22
Aug 8, 2018
First Ride: Polygon's New XquarOne DH
"The NAILD design works best with a shock that has a very low amounts of compression and rebound damping" Translation, extremely linear design, high spring rate (or air pressure) to compensate. If you add compression, it will become very harsh. Reminds me a bit of my old Orange 322, very linear, barely any compression but high pressure to prevent bottoming out all the time. Why, in this day and age, especially for a bike designed for racers, would you go for a very linear suspension design? And you can see that in the slowmo videos of the bike from the team at world cups, the bike eats up most (if not all) of the real travel at the smallest of pebbles on the track... That would probably be a really good design for an XC/AM short travel bike (smaller shocks, steeper ramp up during the travel), but not for a DH race bike...
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