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Steventux edspratt's article
May 31, 2024 at 5:18
May 31, 2024
Video: Craig Evans' First Full Run POV at Red Bull Hardline 2024
I think we might be lost in the weeds here
Steventux jessiemaymorgan's article
May 21, 2024 at 5:46
May 21, 2024
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
@coney: Same here - 3000 miles on the previous E2 model, the EP8 is holding up fine if a bit rattly, I try not to wash it at all :D I've tried Bosch CX bikes though and there's a huge difference in power delivery and battery life, I just don't know if I could get past the looks of this new model.
Steventux jessiemaymorgan's article
May 21, 2024 at 1:05
May 21, 2024
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
@lenniDK: I wouldn't be so stupid as to argue with a man who commented on an article about ebikes that he didn't like ebikes.
Steventux jessiemaymorgan's article
May 20, 2024 at 7:45
May 20, 2024
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
And yet, no problem using the all-electric internet to foist your tiresome opinions on us. Enjoy your hand sawing, hand drilling, hand sanding and any other arbitrary rejection of technology of your particular choosing, we won't judge.
Steventux jessiemaymorgan's article
May 20, 2024 at 7:39
May 20, 2024
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
If they could have stuck a Bosch in the existing frame, even if it limited the battery capacity, it would have been a win over this... CaseMobile.
Steventux jessiemaymorgan's article
May 20, 2024 at 1:59
May 20, 2024
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
It's a tad agricultural, presumably there's a Marin plough attachment coming out soon.
Steventux jessiemaymorgan's article
May 20, 2024 at 1:19
May 20, 2024
First Look: The 2025 Marin Alpine Trail E Has a Bosch Motor & More Adjustability
If the previous model at ~26kgs is anything to go by, a bit more timber will only make it more planted. Absolutely brilliant bikes for the money, no issues making them leave the ground when you want to either.
Steventux jessiemaymorgan's article
May 16, 2024 at 1:15
May 16, 2024
Getting to Know Heather Wilson of Muc-Off Young Guns
Brilliant win at FW, keep it going!
Steventux sarahmoore's article
May 8, 2024 at 4:35
May 8, 2024
Frameworks DH Bikes Stolen in Milton Keynes, UK
@oldsam: Agree, London is a great place to live (Free Market Proof : the price of a pint), lots of great spots to ride bikes. All this negativity about the UK from the Land of the Free is just the usual lazy thinking, regurgitated FB nonsense. Those of us in the UK thinking this or that place is doomed or full of scumbags or whatever: Do something about it. Our current attitude to public spending and wealth means there are haves and have nots, nice places to live and rough places to live and inevitably people who find crime more lucrative than min wage. And if that's too liberal for your tastes, then accept that crime will always exist regardless of how upset the "bike thieves must die" windbags get on PB comments. MK isn't a terrible place, nor is Fort Bill and lots of bikes have gone walkies there. It's horrible for the mechanics who lost their toolkits, Asa who lost a WC winning bike and for a small outfit to suffer this setback one brilliant race into the season. Thankfully no one was hurt. Stuff can be replaced. Their merch ships to the UK for a very decent price.
Steventux PrivateerBikes's article
Feb 28, 2024 at 0:47
Feb 28, 2024
Video: Harry Barrett Shreds the Gen 2 Privateer 141
@a-green: Agree, looks like it comes pre-crashed, their previous bikes were such lookers too.
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