bike, climb, snow, wake, disc golf
Dec 18, 2019 at 16:21Dec 18, 2019
SSeanS edspratt's article
Oct 22, 2019 at 10:17Oct 22, 2019
Study Finds Potatoes as Effective as Energy Gels
If you've ever ridden a road century with aid stations, there's almost always potatoes offered for fuel alongside PB&J and bananas.
Posted in "30mm BB for Threaded 73mm"
Oct 18, 2019 at 15:13Oct 18, 2019
SSeanS davidarthur's article
Aug 2, 2019 at 15:11Aug 2, 2019
Review: Hope's Race Evo E4 Disc Brakes are Beautifully Made, with Lovely Modulation
@jonathansixtysix: How the hell are you even braking with your pinkies unless your arms are crossed in front of you? ;)
SSeanS brianpark's article
Jul 31, 2019 at 12:14Jul 31, 2019
Pinkbike Poll: Who is the Most Stylish Mountain Biker of All Time?
Yup. "Other: Jeff Kendall-Weed" Maybe not best ever. Hard not to vote Lacondeguy or Semenuk or such... but love JKW's skills on the trail bike.
SSeanS mikekazimer's article
Jun 27, 2019 at 17:03Jun 27, 2019
Review: Shimano's XTR 12-Speed Drivetrain Sets the Bar for Shifting Performance Under Power
...and here I am still running a modded extended range 10speed, 32 x 11-42. For sure it's Shimano though. Always Shimano on the MTB and double-tap on the road.
Posted in "Name my bike!"
Jun 6, 2019 at 16:44Jun 6, 2019
Posted in "Handlebars - Next-R or OneUp?"
Apr 26, 2019 at 16:43Apr 26, 2019
Apr 2, 2019 at 13:43Apr 2, 2019
Apr 2, 2019 at 13:40Apr 2, 2019
Brand new in box ROGUE packraft with tizip. $1200 retail raft. Like the ones you see in all the badass videos on PB rafting to/from remote locations w bikes... Strap on your bike and hit the alpine lake/river... Top of line $1200 packraft for *$900 SHIPPED* = better than 25% off!!! Pics available upon request of new boxed product as is. Will not open. Look it up online and see! For all backpackers, bikepackers, and adventure-travelers, having to choose which piece of gear to leave behind is a total nightmare. If comfort, unmatched durability-weight ratio, protection from the elements, and versatility are on your checklist - you should be paddling the most-advanced packraft ever, the Rogue. The Rogue packraft features our Kevlar-reinforced 210 denier nylon floor, stiched and double-1 inch (2.5 centimeter) taped seams, and Kokopelli-standard 100% v-seam tape pontoon-to-floor reinforcement. Yes, this means you can throw a tarp under your boat, flip-it upside down, and use it as your air mattress-esque hammock. The Rogue features a narrow trim, slight rocker on the bow, and a large-volume stern which gives it great Flat-Class 2 handling capability and excellent stability. This is due to the extra-large 7.5 inch (19.1 centimeter) diameter pontoons and high floor-to-sidewall attachment point making the Rogue perfect for hauling gear safely. The 4 inch (10.2 centimeter) thick inflatable seat cushion will keep you comfortable and allow you to sit higher, allowing for deeper, more efficient paddle strokes. There is also a backband which is highly-adjustable, offers unquestioning back-support, is both comfortable and durable, and increases paddling power (this can also be left at home to save weight). Not enough? Add our Tizip to make your raft even more versatile. If you need to carry even more gear, the Rogue-lite with the optional Tizip zipper gives you access to the inside of the pontoons on your packraft. At 19 inches (48 centimeters), the zipper gives you access to the entire interior of the pontoons and is designed to allow easy access for large gear. It is also designed to integrate with our Delta Series: Inflatable Dry Bags (Set of 2) which are perfect for protecting your gear and adding extra chambers of air. There are also four strategically placed nylon loop d-rings on the front of the packraft to allow secure storage of gear or fatbike and is designed to integrate with the Delta Series: Animas River Bag. Additionally, the Rogue has two more d-rings on the stern of the packraft allowing you to run a safety-line or store even more gear.
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