Tristanssid

Not a massive pedaller, enjoy drops jumps northshore street etc. I like the quick runs.

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Tristanssid RSD-Bikes's article
Feb 25, 2020 at 1:52
Feb 25, 2020
RSD Bikes Announces 2020 Range With Aluminum MiddleChild HT & New Wildcat FS
I had one, 2010 Pro, it was phenomenal. If it had a 12mm axle I'm not sure I'd of sold it yet
Tristanssid jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 26, 2020 at 14:38
Jan 26, 2020
Nukeproof Release Updated Horizon Sam Hill Flat Pedals - Core Bike 2020
I use the Specialized Boomslang pedals with through pins but the exposed part is narrower than the thread, they are great. £10 for a set of pins, but not pulling your pedal to pieces when they have a rock strike or are being removed though is worth it to me
Tristanssid pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 1, 2019 at 2:05
Dec 1, 2019
Enter to Win A SRAM Code RSC Brakeset - Pinkbike's Advent Calendar Giveaway
A set of Code RSC's would be amazing, love SRAM brakes
Tristanssid mikelevy's article
Dec 1, 2019 at 1:59
Dec 1, 2019
First Look: Sprindex's Adjustable-Rate Coil Spring
The length the coil can compress is further than the stroke so losing a bit of the coil length won't matter, just like pre loading the coil
Tristanssid jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 4, 2019 at 11:49
Sep 4, 2019
CeramicSpeed Unveil Prototype Telescoping MTB Drivetrain - Eurobike 2019
Hey the reason for chain growth is to use the tension of the chain to act as antisquat. This design removes chain tension and so by making the contact point of the driveshaft at the pivot point (so it has to be on the arc of the chainring) removes the need for a telescopic drive shaft
Tristanssid mikekazimer's article
Sep 2, 2019 at 8:13
Sep 2, 2019
Trek's New XC Race Bike Breaks Cover at Mont-Sainte-Anne World Champs
I actually think it's a shock inside the front of the arm with the bolt from below being the eyelet of the shock. The rear is just a sanction mounted to the frame at the rear screw. This way during compression the rear sanction acts as a guide and as it's not in compression shouldn't struggle with being side loaded and would naturally keep everything in line. The shock extends as force is released meaning that lateral force doesn't matter. Although they obviously want to take some stiffness from the shock itself otherwise they wouldn't have the shock body covered in material. The sanction of the shock does have a pretty massive width to stroke ratio so would be capable of taking it
Tristanssid jamessmurthwaite's article
Aug 31, 2019 at 10:49
Aug 31, 2019
Tristanssid YTIndustries's article
Jul 12, 2019 at 13:55
Jul 12, 2019
Video: Introducing David Trummer and Team Racing Dudes
Compromises: meaning I am running SRAM suspension because they sponsor me although I would prefer.... Comprises: meaning the equipment list on my bike is the following
May 21, 2019 at 8:40
May 21, 2019
Added 2 photos to Buysell
May 14, 2019 at 7:24
May 14, 2019
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