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Sam-B pinkbikeaudience's article
May 3, 2024 at 22:40
May 3, 2024
More Tech Randoms - Fort William World Cup 2024
@RadBartTaylor: I didn't have the right mounts when I first switched from a Husky to a Sherco, and it felt really weird and twitchy to ride until I finally got my Scotts damper swapped over. I feel zero downsides with it on the moto. I feel like it's all about reducing the outward deflection. What you can feel when you punch the bars. You definitely want speed sensitive damping, and no damping back to center IMO.
Sam-B edspratt's article
Apr 10, 2024 at 20:49
Apr 10, 2024
Pinkbike's State of the Sport 2024 Public Survey Data Release
I would love to see the actual website visitor demographics compared with the survey demographics. Bonus points if you had some kind of extra layer for the demographics of people who comment on posts. Even if it's just over X number of times per year.
Sam-B sarahmoore's article
Dec 28, 2023 at 20:34
Dec 28, 2023
Monster Energy Pro Downhill Series Announced for 2024
Have you ridden all the trails at all those resorts? I haven't... But Goat Skull at Killington would make (and is) an insanely rad race course. Rocky with endless line choice potential leading into more and more line choice. It's the opposite of a lot of the one line rutted out skidder secret trails, which makes all that much better for a race course IMO.
Sam-B mattbeer's article
Nov 28, 2023 at 19:45
Nov 28, 2023
First Look: Last Bikes Glen and Coal - One Platform, Two Bikes
There is no universal answer. It also depends a little on what you consider "actual" and "effective" angles. Since most bikes have the seat tube offset forward, the thing you can measure with your digital gauge will be slacker than what an old school hardtail would measure without a bent or offset seat tube. Most brands will pick a height from the BB, or maybe just level with the top of the head tube, and the angle of that line from the BB is considered a seat tube angle, even though you can't directly measure it. There is a huge difference in what that angle would be depending on how high of a point you pick, and how far offset the seat tube is from the center of the BB.
Sam-B mattbeer's article
Nov 16, 2023 at 9:44
Nov 16, 2023
First Look: Whyte Bikes E-Lyte with Bosch SX Motor
@G-Sport: The rim magnet is detected by the drive unit itself, so there is no additional sensor needed at the dropout and corresponding wire back to the DU.
Sam-B mattbeer's article
Oct 11, 2023 at 10:17
Oct 11, 2023
Orbea’s 2024 Rallon Gets More Travel & Slacker Geo
That is a very confusing statement for sure. (Starting-Ending)/Starting and it looks like about 3.12 starting and maybe 2.36 ending, which would be about 24%.
Sam-B BCBR's article
Jul 13, 2023 at 22:27
Jul 13, 2023
10 Bike Checks from the 2023 BC Bike Race
I'm really curious about bike weights from Remi and Kabush. Any idea?
Sam-B edspratt's article
May 11, 2023 at 22:34
May 11, 2023
Sam-B edspratt's article
May 11, 2023 at 22:32
May 11, 2023
Throwback Thursday: Pinarello's 2012 Dogma XC Hardtail with PinaFit XX9 Geometry
The unbeatable feeling of riding a road bike: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZ9_4rcenEA Indeed!
Sam-B henryquinney's article
Mar 22, 2023 at 21:40
Mar 22, 2023
We Explain the Bike Industry | Pinkbike Magazine Show Ep. 2 - Taipei Special
@Jheitt142: Not entirely true. The right answer would be… It depends. It’s a mix of USD, NTD, and the local currency of other suppliers, JPY, EUR, etc. If the NTD exchange rate changes significantly enough to any other currency, you bet the landed costs in the USA will be different.
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