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Sebblandino davidarthur's article
Aug 2, 2019 at 7:57
Aug 2, 2019
Review: Hope's Race Evo E4 Disc Brakes are Beautifully Made, with Lovely Modulation
@stonant: hi, I’m 220 lbs and have a pair of V4 on my Nomad. Use it mostly on gnarly alpine trails including racing two Megavalanche (3000m down for 22km length, plenty of opportunities to burn your brakes) so far. Bite point never moves, fad can happen on short period if you drag the lever for too long, but overall extremely satisfied with it, would not buy anything else. Got MT4 on another bike, more power but also a lot more reliability issues ;(
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Sebblandino vernonfelton's article
Mar 2, 2018 at 6:30
Mar 2, 2018
The Crappier, the Better - Opinion
Nothing against a gravel bike even if I'm not attracted by the idea of riding one. It all depends on the topography of where you ride, for my gravity / enduro Swiss trails with big snow, big trees, big roots and very slippery soil nothing will beat a Fat https://www.pinkbike.com/photo/15654976/
Sebblandino vernonfelton's article
Mar 2, 2018 at 3:34
Mar 2, 2018
The Crappier, the Better - Opinion
Really don't get how anybody can "hate" a bike. Been riding for 20 years, mostly DH and Enduro. I bought a Fat Bike a few months ago for the winter season: full rigid Rocky Mountain Blizzard, never loved a bike so much. Huge fun on snow (night ride in deep snowy forest is another world experience), crazy grip on mud / wet roots => this bike lets me enjoy the Swiss winter while my other carbon / fancy "true" MTBs are waiting for spring to wake up. Benefit: getting back to full rigid requires a more "focused" ride and is rather good to stay in shape. Overall riding experience on a proper rigid Fat is not very different from any other MTB, just more grip and good vibrations :) Think about it: rigid frame and big tires allowing you to ride any terrain in any condition, isn't it where it all started?
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