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ShreddieMercury RichardCunningham's article
Oct 30, 2018 at 5:55
Oct 30, 2018
Öhlins Cleared to Fix Recalled RXF 36 & 34 Air forks
Torkel needs to be in charge of torqueing. ZIIIIINNNNNGGGGG
ShreddieMercury pinkbikeoriginals's article
Oct 13, 2018 at 7:42
Oct 13, 2018
Video: Sam Hill vs. Remi Gauvin - Pinkbike Hot Laps
boooorrrrrrriiiinnnnnngggggggggggggg I want to see Sam Hill #teachmehowtodougie
ShreddieMercury paulaston's article
Sep 28, 2018 at 7:07
Sep 28, 2018
First Ride: Ohlins New RXF36 Trail Fork & TTX Air Shock
How is the rear shock tuning useless? I have had one for three years now and its been flawless. The adjustment is plenty for 99.9 percent of riders. Do you really need high and low speed rebound adjustment? It has six clicks of rebound adjustment, if you're running the right spring it should be fine. My fork has been flawless too. I did have the shim stack changed to a lighter tune because I don't do pushups or go to many races, which was an easy fix. Now, the fork feels better than my old Fox coil 36, which seems to be the fork everyone who really rides trails compares new stuff to. I did for several years after that fork retired, but now, the RFX 36 is stiffer, lighter and performs better than that fork.
ShreddieMercury mikelevy's article
Sep 12, 2018 at 7:11
Sep 12, 2018
Behind the Bike - Knolly's New Fugitive
I've had three Knolly's. 26" Endo in 2014, an alu Warden and now the carbon Warden. The carbon rides better, better tracking, stiffer, all the vibration stuff. If you ride technical terrain, there's just not better riding bike than the Knolly. It ain't the fastest bike, certainly not uphill, but it will climb anything if you have the legs. Downhill, the bikes are not the fastest either. But, if fun is your thing, which it should be, there's really never a time when I get off the bike and I'm not smiling. I had a couple Turner's, never a DW, but the Knolly does have plenty of pedal of feedback. But on a big climb on a road, just lock out whatever shock you're running and its fine. You shouldn't have it locked out on any trail climb though.
ShreddieMercury danielsapp's article
Jul 27, 2018 at 6:01
Jul 27, 2018
Review: Racer's Profile Knee D3O Pads
It's a knee pad. Jesus.
ShreddieMercury davetrumpore's article
Jul 20, 2018 at 12:20
Jul 20, 2018
ShreddieMercury FreehubMag's article
Jun 13, 2018 at 18:08
Jun 13, 2018
Video: Finding Hidden Trail Treasure in the Lost Sierra
Thank you for keeping mountain biking alive
ShreddieMercury Revolutionmtb's article
May 30, 2018 at 5:31
May 30, 2018
Video: Sam Hill Rides the New Lyrik
You can always tell when Sam Hill is bored on a trail. If it's wide, bermy and machine made he just looks bored.
ShreddieMercury RichardCunningham's article
May 25, 2018 at 14:18
May 25, 2018
First Look: Shimano's New XTR is More Than Just 12-Speed
I'm sure this works flawlessly as Shimano always has. But, there needs to be some serious custom clear tape for the XTR cranks. Or some hardened ano or whatever they eginnerd up. I have only ever bought them because they are beautiful, I do not need them at all. But after one month of riding the nice finish has always rubbed off. I have always felt ashamed rocking the worn out XTR cranks. Someone do something about this. Tragic.
ShreddieMercury danielsapp's article
May 25, 2018 at 14:14
May 25, 2018
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