Mobile Bicycle Mechanic out of Annapolis Maryland
SHIFT-Eric RichardCunningham's article
Apr 12, 2019 at 21:12Apr 12, 2019
Day One Randoms - Sea Otter 2019
You know that cartoon from like 20 years ago Rocko's Modern Life? That Luaf bike totally brings me back to it's opening credits.
SHIFT-Eric paulaston's article
May 8, 2017 at 11:14May 8, 2017
Check Out May
"Engineering Grade Plastic Frame"
SHIFT-Eric mikekazimer's article
Apr 21, 2017 at 14:54Apr 21, 2017
Spot's New 29er Has a Carbon Fiber Leaf Spring – Sea Otter 2017
The crown on that 34 looks tiny on that frame!
SHIFT-Eric AJBarlas's article
Oct 25, 2016 at 20:00Oct 25, 2016
Manitou Mattoc Pro 2 - Review
I remember drooling over the Minute and Nixon a decade ago when I was a kid in high school. My friend and I (who was the ONLY other mtber in a school of 2000 kids) would drop by the local shops after an afternoon trail riding and hitting some of the staircases in town. Manitou was the shit back then and so was life, miss those days watching a Kranked movie and riding for 6 hours afterwards.
SHIFT-Eric pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 25, 2016 at 19:48Oct 25, 2016
Ask Pinkbike: Wide Tires, Dirt Jumper for Whistler, and Trail Hardtails
Reading this made me crazy! I've got a Nukeproof Scout frame clamped in my stand and all my parts laid out on a rolling table next to it. On top of that the last parts came today, a Nobby Nic tire for the back and a Muddy Mary in the front both in 2.35 I feel even better seeing that it was just recommended here but my only hold up is because of these damn Squorxs nipples to swap my hub. So waiting for this spoke driver to arrive is killing me, I just wanna ride my bicycle.
Oct 24, 2016 at 19:55Oct 24, 2016
Posted in "Nukeproof Owners Club"
Oct 23, 2016 at 16:32Oct 23, 2016
Added 1 photo to Bike-Build-Hardtail
Oct 23, 2016 at 16:11Oct 23, 2016
Added 5 photos to Mobile-Bicycle-Repair
Oct 23, 2016 at 0:43Oct 23, 2016
SHIFT-Eric mattwragg's article
Sep 13, 2016 at 10:50Sep 13, 2016
Inside Chain Reaction Cycles
Don't worry, the LBS will never become obsolete. However I recognize many will close because of the more competitive market, and it's a good thing! So many shops are poorly run, have staff that are arrogant and ignorant and have turnaround times that are ridiculous. I've seen plenty of shops shut down in recent years but I've also seen several open that are amazing! What sets them apart is their focus and passion. They're pillars in the community. They not only advocate for trail access but lead the charge in getting them built, they're welcoming to everyone, pay their mechanics a fair wage and specialize in services such as fitting, suspension or sale of used bikes. Some are even doing mobile repair, something that's really going the challenge them over the coming years. So despite online retailers such as CRC making it harder to run a shop, at the end of the day we all win. The shops that would otherwise fail (at least around my area) will just do so sooner.
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