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Ricardo-Sa vernonfelton's article
Mar 24, 2017 at 14:16
Mar 24, 2017
Does It Matter Where Your Bike Was Built? - Pinkbike Poll
Things to think about: 1- Labour laws - Are the companies using foreign cheap labour so they pump up their profits? (That shows little respect for everyone involved, employees and customers) - Local wins 2- Environmental cost - how much pollution does it make to build parts all over the world and ship them out elsewhere so we can enjoy the outdoors 'clean' lifestyle? - Local wins 3- Quality. No one wants shit built bikes. - Foreign possibly wins 4- Cost of bike - foreign wins 5 - Local employment. - local wins What is really important for you? Considering above, if I go on moral/ethical standards I would always go local. But when we live in a culture of throw away and cheap & profit.. as we know all that goes down the toilet in a blink of an eye (hence the state of the world). Quality produce, fair treatment of employees and smaller environmental footprint are expensive and reduce the profit bike companies.
Ricardo-Sa IONbike's article
Mar 20, 2017 at 15:36
Mar 20, 2017
Face the Elements, Madeira's Finest
I've been there riding last year. Steep rocky, scary cliffs! Purely amazing place. Highly recommend! It's a place to ride with local knowledge so a guide/guiding company is essential. Trying to find trails will be a frustrating waste of time, more so even if you find them after 10-15 descend you'll have 800m climb. The landscape is truly amazing!
Ricardo-Sa MattJones94's article
Mar 15, 2017 at 12:57
Mar 15, 2017
Matt Jones: MTB T-Rex - Video
HAHAHAHAHAHA! But I think the T-rex needs bigger sized frame!
Ricardo-Sa diamondbackbikes's article
Mar 14, 2017 at 14:14
Mar 14, 2017
DreamRide II - Photo and Video Epic
This post, photos and video were just amazing! Beautiful.
Ricardo-Sa mikekazimer's article
Jan 28, 2017 at 11:02
Jan 28, 2017
Pinkbike Poll: Convertible Full-Face Helmets - Yea or Nay?
@HenryM: Exactly the same with me. however, if I was a one-two bike man or racing enduro I would probably get one of these because of their practicality.
Ricardo-Sa mikekazimer's article
Jan 27, 2017 at 12:20
Jan 27, 2017
Pinkbike Poll: Convertible Full-Face Helmets - Yea or Nay?
One bike do it all - why not One helmet do it all? Some days you may want to do more DH-related riding, other times trail and these helmets can provide for both. (Or if you can afford for 2 helmets go ahead with it). Also in a race situation in a warm country pedaling up a fire road in a long transition they become a useful tool - but no one is forcing you. As long as they provide safe protection I see no harm. Besides, I find it amazing how many open lids I see on enduro races that actually look like DH courses and people using open lids because they don't want to 'look like beginners'. PS: Having seen more than one person with mutilated faces after landing on rocks on open lids - I would always say - use a full face! These helmets are a solution. So why not?
Ricardo-Sa RADICALsm's article
Jan 8, 2017 at 8:50
Jan 8, 2017
Ricardo-Sa RADICALsm's article
Jan 8, 2017 at 1:04
Jan 8, 2017
Freeride Expedition to Erciyes Bikepark and Cappadocia
What is the song for the GoPro video edit - it is awesome!
Ricardo-Sa RADICALsm's article
Jan 8, 2017 at 1:02
Jan 8, 2017
Freeride Expedition to Erciyes Bikepark and Cappadocia
The world is full of wonderful places! Awesomeness!
Jan 3, 2017 at 15:50
Jan 3, 2017


$2000 GBP
Yeti SB66 custom built DECIDED TO KEEP - This is a awesome bike - it is ridiculous how cheap people are selling such great bikes because of 650b pressure. I love it and I am glad I didn't sell it! Frame 2014 – Front aluminium, Rear carbon (bought new) - Medium Shock – Fox Float X – upgraded to Evol this summer. Forks – Fox 36 talas but with a 2016 Damper – replaced this summer Wheels – Fulcrum Red Zone XLR – light super stiff enduro/freeride wheels (running straight - never had to true them) Oval black chainring narrow-wide with chainguide - Shifter/mech/chain/cassette - sram 10 speed (cassette, chain, chainring and chainguide a couple of rides old) Bars – Easton havoc Aluminium 750mm Stem – Nukeproof Cranks – Shimano Zee Tyres - Schwalbe Hans Dampf - a couple of rides old (extra Schwalbe Rock razor for summer riding) Great speck – awesome bike for enduro, bike park and trail. I will be sad to see it go! Has been invisiframed when bought but there are a few scratches as to be expected. More pictures to be added after the weekend. Packages: -Full bike - £2000 - Frame + shock + forks - £1200

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