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Timo82 downtimepodcast's article
Dec 28, 2018 at 8:33
Dec 28, 2018
Podcast: Yoann Barelli Talks Happiness, Risk-Taking, & Being a Dad
1h15min? Seriously I would like to listen to those interviews but it is wayyyy too long!! 10min interviews would be good for me! lol
Timo82 mikekazimer's article
Dec 28, 2018 at 7:51
Dec 28, 2018
Field Test: Firebird 29 vs Spartan 29 vs Ransom
@jollyXroger: Canyon's shapeshifter seems incredible but still not available in Canada, plus they always seem to be broken... :(
Timo82 pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 25, 2018 at 8:12
Dec 25, 2018
Win an Ibis HD4 - Pinkbike's Advent Calendar Giveaway
Are you f*$(//g kidding me!!!! I just forgot once to come on pinkbike on all those 24 days and it's a F"&$*"G IBIS HD4 bike !!!!!!!!!!!!! Now I just need a rope and a chair!! :( Pretty sure I'm not the only one that forgot to came here on the 24th though... How frustrating it is eehh!? Forget the family next year, I'm on pinkbike 24/24!
Timo82 mikekazimer's article
Dec 23, 2018 at 6:27
Dec 23, 2018
Field Test: Firebird 29 vs Spartan 29 vs Ransom
@BenPea: I had (still have but want to sell it) a 160/130 Pike but I bought a 2019 lyrik this summer... I loved it but at the end I wasn't using it enough. With a new modern 64° HA, I certainly would! The other problem with modern geo is the super low bottom bracket so you couln't really ride everything except steep or super fast downhills, on the lower travel... Maybe, for exemple, a bike that would come oem with a 160mm fork could have a 170/140mm.. but at the end, you'll have to buy another fork to do it by yourself. $$$
Timo82 mikekazimer's article
Dec 22, 2018 at 6:40
Dec 22, 2018
Field Test: Firebird 29 vs Spartan 29 vs Ransom
They probably think a 63.5° HA is better for climbing and flat trails. I understand this is for a SUPER enduro bike but the same comment is always there even for all mountain or normal enduro bike.. I want an old school enduro bike (I think this is now all mountain category) that has the travel for big hits and can go fast but I also want to climb my technical, with tight switchbacks, singletracks.... I don't like the feeling when too slack except for ultra steep downhills! Don't understand why everybody wants ultra slack bikes when, all they ride, is small little mountains with a lot of flats and climbing sectionsl.
Timo82 mikekazimer's article
Dec 22, 2018 at 6:29
Dec 22, 2018
Field Test: Firebird 29 vs Spartan 29 vs Ransom
Ride it with air and if too harsh, buy a coil shock!! The LTD version seems incredible..I wouldn't change a thing except maybe the shock for a coil if Pinkbike is right but would try it first because all the others reviews says that it is a really good all arounder and don't remember seing the word ''harsh'' anywhere! Good all arounder is my kind of bike. :)
Timo82 zeGG's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 20:24
Dec 6, 2018
Video: Andréane Lanthier Nadeau Rips Icy Trails in Quebec
That's so cool!! Didn't know they were doing program like this... Hope you'll get to go to Quebec City though, as there's a lot more options to ride!
Timo82 zeGG's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 20:20
Dec 6, 2018
Timo82 zeGG's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 20:04
Dec 6, 2018
Video: Andréane Lanthier Nadeau Rips Icy Trails in Quebec
@Franzzz: A chaque fois que je vais a la Vallée-Bras-Du-Nord (une des destinations de Québec), je mange un burger de wapiti avec brie! Mmmmmm !!! De l'émincé d'orignal fumé au tremble c'est un peu poussé quand même... loolll
Timo82 zeGG's article
Dec 6, 2018 at 20:00
Dec 6, 2018
Video: Andréane Lanthier Nadeau Rips Icy Trails in Quebec
They just don't want some newbies going there, saying to themselves ''hey I rode a double black the other day at MSA (or anywhere else) so I can go blind on this trail too!'' and then nose dive on those 6 feet drop...lol We don't have those special signs meaning there's big features on the trail (like in Whistler and I suppose, everywhere else on the planet?!) so adding a diamond is a way to tell people this trail might be a little bit harder than a technical double black trail without jumps and drops.
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