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Riggbeck edspratt's article
Apr 11, 2024 at 8:45
Apr 11, 2024
Michelin Announced as Main Partner for Whoop UCI Mountain Bike World Series Until 2028
Whoops we did it again sang the UCI staff member with any ounce of self respect. Here only to make money, not benefit the sport.
Riggbeck seb-stott's article
Mar 15, 2024 at 12:13
Mar 15, 2024
Pinkbike Poll: Do You Use Your Climb Switch?
After a long day of shuttle assisted riding in Finale I looked down to see the lockout lever on my RS damper had simply given up waiting for a reason to live and had fallen off.
Riggbeck mattbeer's article
Nov 16, 2023 at 2:40
Nov 16, 2023
First Look: Whyte Bikes E-Lyte with Bosch SX Motor
You can actually use the Power More batteries without the main battery even installed. But, then you don't get full power from the motor, you need the main battery mounted as well to get full power.
Riggbeck TEBP's article
Oct 18, 2023 at 6:48
Oct 18, 2023
Final Randoms - Bespoked Show 2023
In the 90s I bought a few hand made steel road frames from Paul Donahue in Bishop Auckland, I still own one of them. As a school kid I went there for a day to learn how to build a frame as well. With a bike name like Marra, they must be Cumbrian though? Marra?
Riggbeck edspratt's article
Aug 12, 2023 at 8:05
Aug 12, 2023
Elite XC Results from the Glentress XC World Champs 2023
@gnarnaimo: I think they are shaking sporrans last worn by the haggis they ate last night.
Riggbeck edspratt's article
Aug 12, 2023 at 4:38
Aug 12, 2023
Elite XC Results from the Glentress XC World Champs 2023
Is it not because the spectators have things that look like metal rattles all around the course? You can see them being shaken. It's a painful thing to listen to.
Riggbeck martinbissig's article
Jun 24, 2023 at 11:48
Jun 24, 2023
New Uphill e-Mtb World Record Set in Davos Klosters
Has the Onion taken over Pinkbike?
Riggbeck betsywelch's article
May 11, 2023 at 5:54
May 11, 2023
First Look: New Pinarello Dogma XC Race Bike for Pidcock and PFP
@inked-up-metalhead: often it's done because the top tube or seat stays will get in the way of the cutting tool used to make the slot. Sometimes you will have front to back on the larger frame and side to side on the small.
Riggbeck whytebikes's article
Mar 7, 2023 at 10:27
Mar 7, 2023
Video: Chris Akrigg Signs For Whyte Bikes
@davechopoptions: I had a few quad link bikes that I liked, starting with a Marin Mount vision pro that replaced a Specialized Epic, with regular riding that needed new bearings and horst link bushing every 8 weeks, after 6 months I gave up on it, between that and the Marin I had a trek fuel with the glued in bearings, those lasted 8 hours before falling out, that went back to Trek after less than a month. The Marin just worked without issue, as did an E5 and E120 carbon that followed. The E120 was my favorite, yes it had occasional brake jack if you miss timed braking in rock gardens but I absolutely loved that bike, sub 12kg with 120 travel, the original down country rocket ship that is long over due a re-boot.
Riggbeck seb-stott's article
Feb 20, 2023 at 23:35
Feb 20, 2023
First Look: Hope's New Pro 5 Hubs
@browner: there is no question that trials riding can move a CL rotor on the hub, I've not personally seen a lock ring unscrew but the rotational play between the hub and rotor can be significant. Even when they are torqued up correctly. Overtime that play is sure to get worse.
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