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ShreddieMercury pinkbikeoriginals's article
Apr 17, 2019 at 14:00
Apr 17, 2019
ShreddieMercury pinkbikeoriginals's article
Apr 16, 2019 at 7:50
Apr 16, 2019
ShreddieMercury pinkbikeoriginals's article
Apr 16, 2019 at 7:49
Apr 16, 2019
Video: Mike vs Mike: Geometry Battle - Specialized Stumpjumper vs EVO
I'm riding the alloy Evo. I've had three Knolly Warden's, alloy and carbon, an Endorphin, several Turner's and two other Stumpjumpers – one being the first iteration of the Evo in 26". This bike is a game changer, it climbs better than any bike I have ever had (and I don't ride gravel), it descends better than any other bike I have ever thrown a leg over, jumps better, corners better, downcountries better, it's literally the best bike on the market for actual mountain biking. You can spend an extra couple g's and get a Sentinel or a Ripmo, but for $3600 bucks retail you can't beat the Evo alloy. Only gripe is the increased length has given me some tennis elbow, this bike requires more upper body strength than previous mountain bikes. It rides tight stuff fine, although the suspension is less supple than anything I have had on other bikes. I've had Ohlins for the last couple bikes, front and rear, and the Fox stuff that came on the Evo is just fine, not great, but fine.
ShreddieMercury sarahmoore's article
Apr 15, 2019 at 13:36
Apr 15, 2019
Randoms: Bags, Shoes, Racks, & More - Sea Otter 2019
I wish someone made a high-top clip in shoe
Apr 7, 2019 at 9:59
Apr 7, 2019
ShreddieMercury ForbiddenBike's article
Apr 3, 2019 at 13:30
Apr 3, 2019
Video: Witchcraft & Burly Riding in 'Conjuring the Druid'
dang I was hoping for a video of someone riding to some Pelander riffs
ShreddieMercury jamessmurthwaite's article
Mar 21, 2019 at 13:49
Mar 21, 2019
Pinkbike's Predictions: EWS Rotorua 2019
Maes is a beast for sure. But come on, Hill is gonna dirty dog every single corner.
ShreddieMercury mikelevy's article
Mar 20, 2019 at 9:39
Mar 20, 2019
Review: 1 Year on Cane Creek's Ultra-Light Titanium eeWings Crankset
idiot rider here. I have a pair, they're gorgeous, super light and stiff, and they have a TEN YEAR warranty.
ShreddieMercury mikelevy's article
Mar 7, 2019 at 6:41
Mar 7, 2019
The Explainer: What's the Deal with Linkage Forks?
does this dude have a few gold teeth?
ShreddieMercury danielsapp's article
Jan 23, 2019 at 11:53
Jan 23, 2019
Industry Insider: The US Government Shutdown is Impacting Trail Building and Maintenance
Trail projects, in NC anyway, on federal land are required to go out for bid. They are also required to hire the cheapest bidder. Those bidders are all private contractors. I'm almost certain this is how it works on all public lands in the national forest inventory. It might be different in National Parks and BLM land. It can, and is, having an impact on trail projects because funding is tied up, the people on the ground aren't getting paid to do the work. That includes the trail builder, the FS employee whose project it is, the volunteer/non profit agencies that lend their time and match funding and the biologists, archaeologists and geologists who sign off a new trail corridor or reroute. The Fed works with the state forest service entities and delegates and defers these projects to them. It's less bureaucratic this way and is actually a better use of time and dollars. Also, even if it were necessary to interview a "recreational officer," whatever that is, those folks are not in the office, as they are non-essential personnel. If Daniel had attempted to reach out to these people he would been hit with an automated out of office response. Don't insult the mans work, it's just sloppy and in poor character.
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