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TEAM-ROBOT mikekazimer's photo
May 9, 2019 at 22:14
May 9, 2019
Effective seat angle is measured at the seatpost collar on the frame, not at the saddle rails. If it was measured at the saddle rails it would be a much more helpful number.

TEAM-ROBOT briceshirbach's article
Mar 26, 2019 at 10:57
Mar 26, 2019
TEAM-ROBOT pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 19, 2019 at 10:33
Mar 19, 2019
Now Finished: Ask Me Anything with Greg Minnaar
It seems like you've spent a big chunk of your career coming back from injury or racing with a nagging injury. How do you stay positive and hopeful when you don't feel like you're at 100%?
TEAM-ROBOT davetrumpore's photo
Feb 25, 2019 at 18:21
Feb 25, 2019

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Jan 13, 2019 at 22:24
Jan 13, 2019
Jan 13, 2019 at 22:20
Jan 13, 2019

New Fox Transfer Factory, 150 x 30.9, with remote kit

$300 USD
Kashima seatpost is new in box (never installed) and includes remote lever and cable kit. 30.9 seatpost size, 150mm dropper, internal routing. Buyer pays shipping and paypal fees.

TEAM-ROBOT paulaston's article
Dec 20, 2018 at 16:13
Dec 20, 2018
Field Test: Devinci Spartan 29
@Kruetters: DEXOD casing? Strategically optimized for Midduro riders.
TEAM-ROBOT paulaston's article
Dec 20, 2018 at 16:02
Dec 20, 2018
Field Test: Devinci Spartan 29
@brianpark: If SRAM's 4-piston trail/enduro/DH brake (Guide) doesn't quite match the power and consistency of Shimano's 2-piston lightweight XC brake (XTR), that speaks volumes. As for a whether the Guide qualifies as "a comeback" for SRAM, go to the PB buy/sell section and see how many brand-new/take-off Reverbs and Guides are available, and use that to gauge how effective and popular they are. **Hint** They aren't. They might be better than the Avids that came before them, but that's not saying much. And none of that is to bash on SRAM as a company. Codes were great for years, and so have SRAM drivetrains. But playing defense for companies and guarding customers from the truth about mediocre products does no one any favors in the long run.
TEAM-ROBOT paulaston's article
Dec 20, 2018 at 15:57
Dec 20, 2018
Field Test: Devinci Spartan 29
@brianpark: @brianpark: What are you talking about? 70 degree head angles were never good on 29ers, ever. There was once a misconception from engineers that "29ers need steeper a head angle to compensate for their increased trail number," and that idea has been pretty thoroughly disproven. On the other end of the spectrum, it's still possible to choose a "too-slack" head angle number, and if Paul is expecting major brands to make 63 the "new normal" for long travel trail bikes, he's off his rocker. 63 is only a normal number for downhill bikes.
TEAM-ROBOT paulaston's article
Dec 19, 2018 at 12:45
Dec 19, 2018
Field Test: Devinci Spartan 29
Or how aluminum frames/handlebars/rims were bad until they suddenly weren't.
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