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RidePHX paulaston's article
Dec 9, 2014 at 7:42
Dec 9, 2014
Feedback Sports Ultralight Workstand - Review
I've owned this exact stand for several years now. Can't remember exactly when I got it. I second the high quality construction, I've never had an issue. Size and weight is great, I never hesitate to throw it in the pile for a weekend riding trip, along with some essential tools. Super handy to have at the campsite or hotel. Once you have a stand, you'll never go back. It's soooo nice, even for basic maintenance like clean/lube after a ride. At 6'1" I can verify that, depending on where you clamp the bike, it can be a tiny bit short, but I always clamp on the seat tube, which more or less takes care of that issue.
RidePHX mikelevy's article
Jan 10, 2014 at 7:22
Jan 10, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: Dogs on the Trail?
I've had dogs since I was a kid. My wife and I have two now. As a dog owner and a biker though, dogs belong on leashes. I just started riding again this month since an off-leash dog caused me to crash and break a finger back in August. Surgery, five weeks in a cast, and three months of physical therapy till I had 100% range of motion and strength back. Not too mention the $4000 of medical bills that I would have much rather spent on a new ride. Dog owners, be aware that if there are leash laws, you can be held liable for not only the medical bills if your dog causes someone to crash, but also lost wages if they can't work. That can add up real fast.
RidePHX FASTFOKUS's article
Sep 19, 2013 at 20:01
Sep 19, 2013
RidePHX mikekazimer's article
Aug 30, 2013 at 12:56
Aug 30, 2013
First Look: Manitou Mattoc Fork - Eurobike 2013
Yeah, realized I left out X-Fusion, and SR Suntour. Never heard of BOS, but they look sweet too.
RidePHX mikekazimer's article
Aug 30, 2013 at 10:18
Aug 30, 2013
First Look: Manitou Mattoc Fork - Eurobike 2013
XFusion, SR SunTour....... so many
RidePHX mikekazimer's article
Aug 30, 2013 at 10:17
Aug 30, 2013
First Look: Manitou Mattoc Fork - Eurobike 2013
PB Please do a new enduro/trail fork shootout! New RS Pike, Manitou Mattoc, Fox 34, DVO Diamond (or the yet to be seen single crown inverted), Magura TS8R, Marzocchi 55... did I leave anyone out? Lots of tech details, as well as ride reports. Teardowns on each. I want to know about: 1) Reliability 2) Performance 3) Cost 4) User serviceability/tunability. It just looks like there are so many good choices these days, but what are the subtle distinguishing features that make them different? Deciding on the "best" fork is very subjective to user preference, so I want to know about differences, things that might make me prefer one over the other.
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