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Rusettipasta mikekazimer's article
Feb 19, 2019 at 12:44
Feb 19, 2019
6 New Enduro-Ready Full Face Helmets Ridden & Rated
@BenPea: Damnit, I seem to have the exact same lump, as I've noticed the same thing happening with the Bell.
Rusettipasta mikekazimer's article
Feb 19, 2019 at 6:59
Feb 19, 2019
6 New Enduro-Ready Full Face Helmets Ridden & Rated
The MET parachute looks kinda goofy, but the fit is super good and comfortable. Fits better than any other helmet I've tried on.
Rusettipasta sarahmoore's article
Jan 29, 2019 at 1:38
Jan 29, 2019
First Look: Santa Cruz's Chameleon Hardtail Goes Carbon
@rjwspeedjunkie: Seriously though, It’s silly to have a steeper headangle on a ht compared to a full sus. Take fork sag into account and you’re looking at a pretty steep head angle while riding. A hardtail should be couple degrees slacker to a comparable full suss bike imho. I have a BTR belter and while it has a pretty extreme (61.5) HA, it’s actually quite manageable even when serving as a trail bike. I bought it as a DH hardtail obviously, but it’s more versatile than I originally gave it credit for. Now, I’d by no means suggest a HA like that for normal trail use, but I reckon something like 63 (BTR Ranger) to 64 (Bird Zero) isn’t too out there for an aggressive all-around hardtail at all. The brits know what they’re doing when it comes to hardtails. I still like the look of the new Santa Cruz though.
Rusettipasta paulaston's article
Jan 17, 2019 at 4:52
Jan 17, 2019
First Ride: The New Canyon Strive
Nice to see a FOX/Shimano (with 4pot XTs too) spec on the 7.0.
Rusettipasta paulaston's article
Jan 17, 2019 at 4:05
Jan 17, 2019
First Ride: The New Canyon Strive
@pperini: Canyon should just pay you some royalties and introduce exactly this geo to the Strive next year. I'd buy one. Still, the frame is absolutely gorgeous as it is. One of the best recent frame designs.
Rusettipasta Giacomo77's article
Jan 15, 2019 at 1:19
Jan 15, 2019
Video: Building & Testing a Prototype Long Travel 29er
A strong contender when time comes for a bike upgrade. Would love to try out a high pivot enduro bike.
Rusettipasta mikelevy's article
Jan 7, 2019 at 1:20
Jan 7, 2019
Review: Unno's Dash is Ultra-Exotic, Ultra-Efficient, & Ultra-Expensive
The complete prices are pretty damn good if you take into account the price of the frame itself. Cheaper than an SWORKS stumpy for example, cheaper than most high-end builds from like SC, Yeti, Pivot and the rest. I think this kinda illuminates how much air there is in the pricing of other high-end bikes, considering Unno's frames are handmade in-house. Gorgeous bike too.
Rusettipasta mdelorme's article
Jan 4, 2019 at 7:53
Jan 4, 2019
Interview: JC Canfield of High Above Talks Hip Packs, Domestic Manufacturing, & Why People Don’t Put Ideas on the Table
Yeah, same here. Been super happy with mine, craftsmanship is just very solid.
Rusettipasta RichardCunningham's article
Jan 2, 2019 at 23:50
Jan 2, 2019
RIP Dan Hanebrink: Inventor, Competitor & Mountain Bike Pioneer
RIP Dan. Amazing story, great writing, thanks for this.
Rusettipasta jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 2, 2019 at 7:04
Jan 2, 2019
Graham Agassiz Says Goodbye to Kona
This is a shame. I'm not an oldschool MTB'er by any means. I didn't know anyone who rode MTB when I grew up, didn't really have any contact with the sport. Guess I might've seen some early XC stuff but it certainly hadn't left a lasting impression. Later I mostly rode some fixed gear in my mid-20s and finally ended up getting myself a Kona Cyclocross bike much later when I'd already turned several years past thirty. I remember looking at Kona's news feed at some point and there was this trailer about a new film called Ashes to Agassiz. Checked out what it was all about and fair to say it kinda blew my mind. I bought my first mountain bike (a Transition Scout though, sorry dude) like 6 months later. I know my limits and lack of skills well and I'm not about to emulate just about anything I saw him do in that film, but I guess it's fair to say Aggy got me into mountainbiking. Cheers, thanks and all the best!
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