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SlodownU mikekazimer's article
Apr 23, 2017 at 18:19
Apr 23, 2017
Spot's New 29er Has a Carbon Fiber Leaf Spring – Sea Otter 2017
@WAKIdesigns: Perhaps when they run out of new axle standards to invent, or stop overcharging for carbon wheels that essentially weigh the same as aluminum wheels, they may move on to ground effects, don't give them any ideas.
SlodownU mikekazimer's article
Apr 22, 2017 at 17:59
Apr 22, 2017
Spot's New 29er Has a Carbon Fiber Leaf Spring – Sea Otter 2017
@silverfox101010: Spoken like someone who doesn't know jack shit about cars, from a place that can't make a car with an electrical system that doesn't short itself every other day or motor that doesn't leak a quart a week. 8 wins at Le Mans for that shitty Vette also.
SlodownU mikekazimer's article
Apr 22, 2017 at 10:42
Apr 22, 2017
Spot's New 29er Has a Carbon Fiber Leaf Spring – Sea Otter 2017
@wakaba: The Corvette, a car that basically outhandles everything up and including most deep 6-figure super cars, does it with carbon rear leaf springs.
SlodownU AJBarlas's article
Apr 21, 2017 at 5:04
Apr 21, 2017
Spēd Precision Wheels – First Look – Sea Otter 2017
Try bringing your insurance card instead and save yourself some tears.
SlodownU AJBarlas's article
Apr 21, 2017 at 5:03
Apr 21, 2017
Spēd Precision Wheels – First Look – Sea Otter 2017
@polarproton: A lot of this reactivity thing is BS when your putting 2.4-5 inch tires inflated to 24 psi on your "stiff" rims.
SlodownU briceshirbach's article
Apr 17, 2017 at 9:34
Apr 17, 2017
East Bound and Down: Upstate South Carolina
Most places on the East Coast aren’t like what is typical (going by what I read here) out West, where you huff it up a long fire road or smooth climb for an hour, then descend. Terrain rolls more, most of the sustained climbs tend to be technical, there are many of them, and wearing knee-pads on an 85-90 degree day (with humidity), over a 3-4hr ride is too much. Yes, wearing pads is better for your knees, yes, but it’s a compromise that’s made due to the weather and terrain (I wear them in during cooler weather though).
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Apr 14, 2017 at 19:08
Apr 14, 2017
Stan's Arch MK3 Rim - Review
@hamncheez: Word, understand completely. Shwalbe was my expensive experiment before I went back to Maxxis.
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Apr 14, 2017 at 18:27
Apr 14, 2017
Stan's Arch MK3 Rim - Review
@chasejj: Aluminum rims are not magical, but I won't feel nearly as bad trashing my aluminum rim vs. a carbon one. Also, take a good look at weights, most carbon rims aren't that much lighter, if at all, vs aluminum until you get into Enve money, and even then, weights aren't that far off.
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Apr 14, 2017 at 18:20
Apr 14, 2017
Stan's Arch MK3 Rim - Review
@hamncheez: Maybe you might want to be running those tires with some actual air pressure in them?
SlodownU mikelevy's article
Apr 14, 2017 at 14:00
Apr 14, 2017
Stan's Arch MK3 Rim - Review
@therage43: I don't understand, how are they good if you broke them 3 times? That qualifies for shit everywhere else.
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