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Shralpophiliac danielsapp's article
May 22, 2019 at 14:39
May 22, 2019
Staff Rides: Daniel Sapp's Yeti SB130
At the very least, you win for the most exotic drivetrain, which is no small feat.
Shralpophiliac mikelevy's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 12:48
Apr 30, 2019
Shralpophiliac mikelevy's article
Mar 20, 2019 at 9:49
Mar 20, 2019
Review: 1 Year on Cane Creek's Ultra-Light Titanium eeWings Crankset
Unless I'm misinformed, RF Next SL G4s are discontinued because of quality issues, so that leaves you with SRAM XX1 with a two year warranty and SRAM's dubious reliability. I don't know, but eeWings seem like the best investment for someone looking for ultra light cranks.
Shralpophiliac paulaston's article
Feb 28, 2019 at 8:30
Feb 28, 2019
Review: Enve’s M735E Wheelset Fails Our Test
Use your aggressive feelings, boy. Let the hate flow through you!
Shralpophiliac mikelevy's article
Feb 6, 2019 at 11:20
Feb 6, 2019
Video: SRAM's Wireless Eagle AXS Drivetrain Explained
To me, the real game changer is being able to ditch the dropper remote and control everything with one shifter/remote.
Shralpophiliac jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 30, 2019 at 22:12
Jan 30, 2019
Bike Check: Josh Bryceland's Unique Cannondale Habit - Burgtec House Show 2019
Any bike is a park bike if you believe in yourself.
Shralpophiliac mikekazimer's article
Jan 6, 2019 at 15:24
Jan 6, 2019
Shralpophiliac mikekazimer's article
Dec 21, 2018 at 14:22
Dec 21, 2018
Field Test: Firebird 29 vs Spartan 29 vs Ransom
A bike with Boost is favored over two bikes with Super Boost? Maybe this puts an end to the Super Boost nonsense.
Shralpophiliac mikekazimer's article
Dec 21, 2018 at 14:15
Dec 21, 2018
Shralpophiliac RichardCunningham's article
Dec 14, 2018 at 12:19
Dec 14, 2018
Handlebar Width vs Handling - Are Your Bars Too Wide?
Damn, those are some thorough stats. Are these readily available somewhere, and if so, how does someone find them? Two counterpoints: 1: pros are stronger than the average rider, so they can ride narrower bars, which in turn allows for more precise control. I wonder if somewhat wider bars could be beneficial for the casual rider that wields their bike like a bludgeon instead of a scalpel. 2: local terrain matters when choosing bars. If you ride in areas with less trees, wider bars might be better, but if you ride trails with tight clearance of trailside trees, it’s better to opt for narrower bars to avoid clipping every tree and pinballing down the trail.
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