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Svinyard mattbeer's article
Oct 24, 2023 at 13:27
Oct 24, 2023
Field Test Review: 2024 Pole Onni - In the Eye of the Beholder
Yeah, everything seems super honest and to the point without all the vague euphemistic language that does nothing but confuse people and cover for poor design. This seems way better. Cheers to PB reviewers.
Svinyard Mandownmedia's article
Jul 15, 2023 at 23:19
Jul 15, 2023
Interview: World Cup DH Brake Tech with SRAM
I really like my Code RSC and the new gen XTs are nice too (I’ve got these and maintain them all). But let’s be real, the Hayes Dominions are just a lot better. If you actually ride them and use them, you realize what’s legit. Part of it is the Dominion bleed has 3 ports and allows you to get a SERIOUSLY firm bleed every single time. A normal bleed just can’t get all the air out of the calipers. But Dominions have two ports on caliper so you just bleed the caliper last and it’s great.
Svinyard mattbeer's article
Jun 9, 2023 at 10:17
Jun 9, 2023
Review: 3 Unique Carbon Handlebars Built for Comfort from We Are One, OneUp, & Title
@jdejace: I LOVE my Enve M9 50mm rise bars. I went from rediculously harsh/bad RaceFace 35mm bars and it was night and day. Admittedly those early race face next r 35 bars were super bad and not nearly as nice as these 35mm carbon bars listed here.
Svinyard alicialeggett's article
Jun 6, 2023 at 14:31
Jun 6, 2023
Review: My First Year with the 5-Bike 1Up Recon Rack
The best part about Lolo is their ultra-awesome swingout. It's a godsend, fully integrated and burly. I can pull up in camper, swingout the rack with 6 bikes on it (4 MTB, 2 BMX...kids stuff too) and load up at a grocery store and go. Then when camping, it's swung-out of the way and locked down with a massive Pewag chain for ultra security. Not more wrangle to lockup bikes randomly to a tree or vehicle running boards at night etc.
Svinyard dariodigiulio's article
Jun 1, 2023 at 8:08
Jun 1, 2023
First Look: Bluegrass' New Vanguard Lightweight Full Face Helmet
What's the design difference between this (or something like Smith's) and a Troy Lee D4? Different foam? Thicker foam?
Svinyard HayesPerformanceSystems's article
May 24, 2023 at 13:00
May 24, 2023
Manitou Announces All New Mattoc Fork
We've got a Mezzer Pro, Circus Expert, and two JUnit Experts (with some custom work I did to them). Simply incredible, each one of them. I'm running the Mezzer Pro over the 36 easy. plus it looks dope.
Svinyard henryquinney's article
May 23, 2023 at 9:50
May 23, 2023
Review: 2023 Canyon Neuron CF 9
hmmm...if you want a lively, somewhat-sketchy, fun bike for flowy, not ultra-hardcore trails...don't buy one with a dang wheelbase close to that of most Enduro bikes. There is a case for longer rides for gnarly trails where stability is paramount, but clearly that isn't what this bike is good for, at all. Seems like they just said "well...make it really long I guess?"
Svinyard Nukeproofinternational's article
May 19, 2023 at 11:40
May 19, 2023
Nukeproof Launches New Summer 2023 Apparel
@Nukeproofinternational: Hey what's the inseam on the shorts? Tall guy here. Buying MTB shorts is like buying Pants...inseam length is life. But it's hard to find.
Svinyard mattbeer's article
May 15, 2023 at 15:09
May 15, 2023
Group Test: 14 of the Latest & Greatest Flat Pedals Reviewed
@sanchofula: They are really thick tho at 18mm right? Is that an issue at all?
Svinyard mattbeer's article
May 15, 2023 at 15:05
May 15, 2023
Group Test: 14 of the Latest & Greatest Flat Pedals Reviewed
I've really enjoyed these pedals. I've got a size 12shoe and really like the size. If it was super rocky terrain with speed, i'm guessing the thin spots on the body might be an issue but they've been great for the last couple years. They are better than the OneUp composites The only con is the bearing budge. I don't like that usually but you get used to it I guess...and it does give you a bit of feedback as to if your foot is in the wrong spot.
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