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SHARCRASH mikelevy's article
May 31, 2019 at 2:53
May 31, 2019
Point: Suspension Lockout Levers Have Made Bikes Worse
Cheat switch/lever... First, it's impossible to have a suspension changing its behaviour drastically and efficiently without an intelligence. Easy example is a pump track or pumpy/flowy trail, the best way to ride them is a rigid bike and no suspension will lockout automatically on those (no i'm not willing to buy another bike just for that). Suspensions with their HSC/LSC have their mechanical limits. Second, actually the sole suspension's mechanics modifying its behaviour will also do an automatic intervention just like Fox LiveValve's AI, no difference in the end result since it's done automatically. At least a human intervention with any kind of switch/lever/remote is a job done by the rider himself, nobody is deciding for him, so in my opinion this is actually the least "cheat method". All in all, you may as well say: a full suspension bike is a cheating bike compared to a full rigid bike. No shit sherlock! ;)
SHARCRASH AllMountainStyle's article
Jun 19, 2018 at 2:00
Jun 19, 2018
AMS Announces 'Crank Defenders' Crank Boots
Cranks don't need protections, they don't break that easily. If there is a risk it's not a fender that will protect it and as for scratches, we are on a MTB, there will be scratches elsewhere no matter what.
SHARCRASH TRAIL-QUEEN's article
Mar 12, 2018 at 11:08
Mar 12, 2018
62 Hours of Adventure in Switzerland
Anyone knows who is the girl on the Scott Genius LT? I'm the admin from the Scott/Genius/LT/United FB group. Sharing the article there with some more detailed info. Thanks!
SHARCRASH TRAIL-QUEEN's article
Mar 12, 2018 at 10:29
Mar 12, 2018
62 Hours of Adventure in Switzerland
Some flaws... not many people speak English, just look at their websites, and some people are xenophobic. Even though most Schweizers speak a kind of German, most don't like Germans... !!?? Really weird! Personally i don't care since i speak French, Italian and some German but foreigners should be aware. Also more expensive than France or Italy!
SHARCRASH TransNZ's article
Mar 1, 2018 at 23:52
Mar 1, 2018
Days 3 & 4: The Local's Landscape - 2018 Trans NZ
I hope those pink signs get washed away easily after a few days... ¬¬ If you can't read terrain, don't ride MTB. [Reply]
SHARCRASH paulaston's article
Jan 29, 2018 at 6:55
Jan 29, 2018
Pinkbike Poll: Does Bike Weight Matter?
People fighting here about metric vs imperial... but it's Pinkbike's fault. They know they have an international audience but were too lazy to provide with the conversion.
SHARCRASH pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 23, 2017 at 15:59
Oct 23, 2017
Cedric Gracia Questions if Something is Wrong with Rampage - Video
@juicebanger: freeriding is in essence riding freely on untouched terrain. That's why he said "keep it natural".
SHARCRASH paulaston's article
Oct 6, 2017 at 7:38
Oct 6, 2017
Bluegrass Eagle 2018 Product Line - First Look
@VtVolk: HAHAHAHA the zip is placed on the side of your leg, so actually they bend perpendicularly to the leg, which means they will side bend, you thilly little thing. ;) Give a try on a zip, side bending is harder than bending it front to rear because of each tooth getting in contact with its neighbour on the same row. 36 people liked your comment because you made them laugh.
SHARCRASH vernonfelton's article
Oct 6, 2017 at 4:05
Oct 6, 2017
Have Your Say on the Ever-Changing Bike Standards
I don't mind genuine progress for new standards, it's the part of evolution for better products and break sport barriers, but as long as the brands/manufacturers offer options to integrate and adapt to these new standards in an affordable price. Without costumers there is NO evolution neither!
SHARCRASH paulaston's article
Oct 5, 2017 at 4:25
Oct 5, 2017
Bluegrass Eagle 2018 Product Line - First Look
That zip on the Solid Line knee pads... i doubt they can side bend without discomfort. :/
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