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SlodownU RichardCunningham's article
Feb 8, 2019 at 17:23
Feb 8, 2019
Review: Syntace's Smart-Map Gripper & Lupine's Piko Lighting Combo
@Bflutz625: @Bflutz625: Let me be clear, I think that mounting your phone like this is straight up dumb. A phone has no place on a mountain bike that will be ridden aggressively. That $300 garmin, that was designed to be waterproof, shock proof, and mount cleanly on your bars has has survived way more than any phone ever will.
SlodownU RichardCunningham's article
Feb 8, 2019 at 12:25
Feb 8, 2019
Review: Syntace's Smart-Map Gripper & Lupine's Piko Lighting Combo
Also looks like a great way to destroy your $1000 phone when you crash.
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Feb 5, 2019 at 14:42
Feb 5, 2019
Video: Spengle's 3-Spoke Carbon Wheels
@vinay: I also enjoyed sending people to the “other” Redlight district.
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Feb 5, 2019 at 14:34
Feb 5, 2019
Video: Spengle's 3-Spoke Carbon Wheels
@vinay: I used to live there, Just send the tourists to the Bulldog.
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Feb 5, 2019 at 10:45
Feb 5, 2019
Video: Spengle's 3-Spoke Carbon Wheels
@AlexSplode: I want a pair to put on my Slingshot or Softride. Will pair perfectly with my 130mm stem.
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Feb 5, 2019 at 10:42
Feb 5, 2019
Video: Spengle's 3-Spoke Carbon Wheels
@Mattin: You live in Amsterdam bro, I reckon the place to get what they're smoking must be no more than a short walk away, right next to the place that serves broodje kroket.
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Feb 1, 2019 at 5:15
Feb 1, 2019
Guerrilla Gravity's Less Expensive, US-Made Carbon Frame
@dhx42: I’m willing to bet that most companies selling carbon bikes are operating on margins way higher than 40%. You can’t stay in business with that low of a margin unless you are selling a very high-volume product, and Mountain biking is still a niche sport. I also have first hand experience with manufacturing in Asia and the overhead and labor is much lower than you think. We’ve been conditioned over years with tech marketing to believe that $2500-3500 is a reasonable price to pay for a carbon frame, and consumers happily pay that price. I’m fairly certain the actual cost is much, much lower. Cost is setup so that you make your ROI well inside year one and the rest is profit. And shipping (sea freight) is the cheapest part of this whole thing.
SlodownU danielsapp's article
Jan 24, 2019 at 10:00
Jan 24, 2019
Industry Insider: The US Government Shutdown is Impacting Trail Building and Maintenance
@brianpark: If you're reluctant to discuss it, that's your gut telling you not to do it! This is a bullshit article, since most trail building and maintenance (at least here in the Northeast) is done at the local level, by local organizations, on our dime, not the governments.
SlodownU danielsapp's article
Jan 24, 2019 at 9:57
Jan 24, 2019
Industry Insider: The US Government Shutdown is Impacting Trail Building and Maintenance
So what exactly was the fucking point of this article other than click-bait to start yet another political argument in the comments section, and get us at each others throats, again? Fuck you Pinkbike.
SlodownU jukka4130's article
Jan 13, 2019 at 14:40
Jan 13, 2019
Riding while Battling an Autoimmune Disease
@SacAssassin: I’m not suggesting a pre-made prebiotic, unless you want to be bloated, gassy, and fart for a week. I’m suggesting eating foods with natural inulin and insoluble fiber like garlic, onions, green bananas, apples, that way you don’t overload yourself and feel like shit. Changing your flora is a slow process that starts with diet and lifestyle. It doesn’t happen overnight, and those expensive pre-biotic blends just lead to pain.
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