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SintraFreeride bikepark-champery-morgins's article
Jun 20, 2018 at 9:12
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SintraFreeride bikepark-champery-morgins's article
Jun 20, 2018 at 9:12
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Video: Morgins Re-Opens on June 30th
You pedal up the road from Vonne Lac or you take the Super Chatel lift and pedal across to Morgins.
SintraFreeride mikekazimer's article
Jun 19, 2018 at 23:25
2 days
Review: Commencal's New Meta AM 29 Team
@mikekazimer: you need to get in better shape ;)
SintraFreeride mikekazimer's article
Jun 19, 2018 at 23:23
2 days
Review: Commencal's New Meta AM 29 Team
Weight is my least important concern! Geometry, suspension, good brakes and good tires are much more important. My bike is 16.5kg setup for climbing and 16kg setup for the bikepark. My old bike was 2kg heavier so I am fine with the current weigh of the bike. Definitely not going lighter and sacrificing strength, durability or puncture proofness!
SintraFreeride danielsapp's article
Jun 18, 2018 at 10:04
Jun 18, 2018
Bike Check: Charlie Harrison's Intense M29 FRO - Crankworx Innsbruck 2018
If you are running codes then you need 220mm rotors so you can have the same power as Saints with 203mm rotors...
Jun 11, 2018 at 9:05
Jun 11, 2018
SintraFreeride SintraFreeride's photo
Jun 10, 2018 at 21:41
Jun 10, 2018
DVO Jade with ~180psi. I am using a 275lb spring with HSC two clicks out from fully closed and one turn of LSC for general riding but I back it off completely on steep descents. Might go up to a 300lb spring for bikepark flow trails. I weigh 60kg fully kitted out.

SintraFreeride mikekazimer's article
Jun 9, 2018 at 1:14
Jun 9, 2018
Flo Payet's XXL Mondraker Summum - Leogang DH World Cup 2018
My bike has the same wheelbase and same chainstay length but steeper headangle and it has a reach of 520mm so I bet his bike is probably 510mm. I agree that it isn't long enough for his height and we can see that by the 60mm stem he is running.
SintraFreeride mikelevy's article
Jun 4, 2018 at 21:41
Jun 4, 2018
Review: Orbea Rallon M-LTD
@KrazyKraut: Move around alot? Personally it is on short reach bikes that I have to move around a lot to keep the bike from wheelying or to keep traction on the back wheel. My long reach bike I can just sit down and spin to the top. Heck it climbs so well I have gone to lower gearing just to see what other uphill challenges I can clear! I do agree that there is such a thing as too long though I doubt most people have tried that. For me too long would be probably be over 540mm reach (currently on 520mm).
SintraFreeride mikelevy's article
Jun 4, 2018 at 21:37
Jun 4, 2018
Review: Orbea Rallon M-LTD
@m1dg3t: Guess he isn't riding a long enough bike ;)
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