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Puddings danielsapp's article
Sep 2, 2019 at 1:27
Sep 2, 2019
First Look: Box One Prime 9 - A Wide Range, 9-Speed Drivetrain
Pinkbike might want to check their pricing - according to Box website, the cassette is $359.99, the RD is $174.99 and the shifter is $74.99, which all matches what Seth suggested last month on his reveal video. There is a low level box 3 prime 9 which some of the quoted prices are closer to but still a way off the actuals
Puddings foxfactory's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 14:37
Apr 30, 2019
Video: Go Behind the Scenes with Fox Suspension in 'Dialed'- Maribor World Cup DH 2019
So not a single visit from a female racer? Or is it just that only certain factory teams give their riders permission to appear in a fox suspension video (genuine question, not trying to shit stir but just seemed odd that apart from birthday video, no sign of Tahnee during setup)
Puddings mikekazimer's article
Apr 4, 2019 at 13:33
Apr 4, 2019
First Ride: RockShox's Updated Lyrik and New Deluxe Shock
@IllestT: don't knock it - we get to buy last years barely ridden model 2nd hand on PB classified when the must have fan boys upgrade at the first sight of a new version
Puddings jamessmurthwaite's article
Feb 10, 2019 at 16:09
Feb 10, 2019
Indoor Mountain Bike Park Coming to Central Manchester
remember when the foundry opened as the first dedicated climbing wall in the country in Sheffield. There was much piss taking about how it would never survive (up until then all walls had been in sports centres, scout huts, schools etc), and how all the proper climbers would be out on the Peak climbing proper rock. Rammed pretty much from day one. I am stuck working in Manchester for the next year and an evening playing in here will be so much better than sat in a hotel gym trying to keep some vestige of fitness
Puddings mikelevy's article
Dec 20, 2018 at 16:32
Dec 20, 2018
Chain Reaction Cycles Won't Sell You Shimano Parts if You're in North America
As I understand it, CRC and their ilk buy OEM equipment in bulk as they are have supply terms as a bike builder (the various own brand bikes they supply). They then sell any 'spare' components they have at the end of the bike build production run. Historically this was at the end of the season, hence why so much previous season spare parts were always available from these sites but in recent times the envelope has been pushed and it is current season parts that you can buy almost as they are released. The arguement from small bike shops was that they cannot access the wholesale terms available to the likes of CRC, even via buying groups not just because the likes of CRC have buying power but because they were exploiting terms designed for bike builders to undercut the market for spare parts.
Puddings vernonfelton's article
Feb 24, 2018 at 7:24
Feb 24, 2018
Is "Traditional" a Good Thing When It Comes to Wheels? - Pinkbike Poll
@boxxerace: I had the first gen Road wheels and it was this that killed them for me - once the corrosion set in the nipples would fail if you had to true the wheel and it was nearly impossible to get spares at the time in the UK. Pity because the yellow spokes looked stunning with the black frame I had at the time
Puddings RichardCunningham's article
Jan 27, 2017 at 2:03
Jan 27, 2017
Gore Pro Jacket - Review
@The-Sober-Fox: thought it was just me because everyone else I have ever spoken to about it is so damn evangelical about them. Should have known it was a piece of crap when the first time I wore it, I had to disassemble a pocket zip to retrieve my car keys because some idiot designer had specified the care label be placed up against the inside of the zip. Just went downhill from there
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