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SintraFreeride redbullbike's article
Feb 24, 2017 at 23:05
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SintraFreeride ReyGaetan's article
Feb 24, 2017 at 12:10
3 days
Dorénaz Downhill Track with Shaperideshoot - Video
Ah Dorenaz and magical place to ride. Can't wait to go out there soon!
SintraFreeride boardnz's video
Feb 19, 2017 at 22:58
Feb 19, 2017
video
Brown pow on par with Pila! Sweet!

SintraFreeride paulaston's article
Feb 16, 2017 at 23:05
Feb 16, 2017
Derailleur vs Gearbox: Nicolai Ion 16 vs Ion GPI - Review
@Mojo348: I can see the 22/50T gear ratio being real popular in getting up those 200m elevation hills most trailriders encounter on a daily basis...
SintraFreeride ReyGaetan's article
Feb 10, 2017 at 7:37
Feb 10, 2017
SintraFreeride RichardCunningham's article
Feb 10, 2017 at 7:34
Feb 10, 2017
Downhill Secret Revealed: Flat Tire Defender Foam Inserts - First Look
@dingus: These products protect against pinchflatting and burping. Sure you can still get a flat if you ride over a nail or thorn or if the sidewall gets cut. Having said that you can use sealant with both so that reduces the chance of those problems even further. Also with this system you tend to run less pressure so the tire conforms more to the terrain and thus further lowers the chance of pointy object piercing the tire. In my opinion running DH tires nowadays isn't necessary unless you want to save money in the short term or prefer running super soft rubber. I eagerly await for single ply tires with 40a rubber.
SintraFreeride elflamingo's video
Feb 10, 2017 at 7:23
Feb 10, 2017
video
Hey Patrick how are you? We met a few years ago in Chatel. I'm taking the summer off next year and will be spending a week in les 2 alpes freeriding. If you want to join me let me know!

SintraFreeride RichardCunningham's article
Feb 9, 2017 at 22:30
Feb 9, 2017
Downhill Secret Revealed: Flat Tire Defender Foam Inserts - First Look
Like with the procore system it allows you to run single ply tires rather than heavy dh tires thus offsetting some of the weight. Of course if you were already on single ply tires and tubeless it will weigh more. I personally prefer a bulletproof system with loads of grip rather than compromising by running higher tire pressure on a lighter weight set up. I'm happy with singleply tires front and back with procore. If this had come out a couple of years ago I would be on it seeing as it is cheaper. Also you gain more weight savings from tires rather than rims.
SintraFreeride LAST-BIKECOMPANY's article
Feb 7, 2017 at 7:15
Feb 7, 2017
LAST Clay Trail Bike
@tomlynchwatson: hey if it works for you stick with it. Remember you can always buy a small frame and run a angleset in reverse to get the geo you want. I personally like a bike I ride everywhere with having to ride off the back when going downhill or that wheelies when going uphill or that folds the front end because the headangle is steep.
SintraFreeride LAST-BIKECOMPANY's article
Feb 7, 2017 at 7:12
Feb 7, 2017
LAST Clay Trail Bike
@ilovedust: I have to agree with Racer951 slack headangles without a steep seatangle and long toptube makes the bike handle like crap on the uphills. My previous bike a Specialized status was crap going uphill compared to my Pole.
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