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Uuno RichardCunningham's article
Sep 25, 2017 at 6:23
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Leaving Las Vegas: One Last Stroll Through the Halls of Interbike, 2017
Needed new cranks so started looking for short ones. I didn't find SLX/GX price range under 170mm, had to go NX (other options are too expensive). Settled on 165mm, shorter would have been 155mm (made for children I've heard?) which should be proportionate for her but is a big leap from the 175mm she had.
Uuno RichardCunningham's article
Sep 25, 2017 at 4:16
24 hours
Leaving Las Vegas: One Last Stroll Through the Halls of Interbike, 2017
Can someone tell me why 165 and 160mm cranks are so rare? I'm 190cm and my bike came with 170mm cranks, why should my 155cm gf ride 170 too? I wouldn't like riding with 214mm cranks... (that's the proportion)
Uuno RichardCunningham's article
Sep 20, 2017 at 0:43
Sep 20, 2017
Uuno RichardCunningham's article
Sep 20, 2017 at 0:40
Sep 20, 2017
Continental Talks Tires - Interbike 2017
As always... "900g" is irrelevant when not taking into account rider weight (+ riding style, terrain as mentioned). I guess some EWS racers use DH casing rear (1400-1500g) and double down/supergravity front (1100-1200g), and going below that is risky. I use that combo for bike park, yet my girlfriend got away with 550g nobby nics...
Uuno KNOLLYBIKES's article
Sep 19, 2017 at 1:18
Sep 19, 2017
Limited Edition Artist Colab Knolly Delirium
Actually makes sense... start with maximum fun to get hooked :p
Uuno AJBarlas's article
Sep 18, 2017 at 9:18
Sep 18, 2017
Yeti SB5 Turq - Review
@trillot: @Whipperman: Also liked how Mike Levy (I think?) preferred the 29" 4000$ process to the 27" 6000$ one!
Uuno AJBarlas's article
Sep 18, 2017 at 7:20
Sep 18, 2017
Yeti SB5 Turq - Review
It better be playful and light for 7000$ and 127mm travel ! actually 12kg almost seems heavy for that
Uuno RichardCunningham's article
Sep 15, 2017 at 17:30
Sep 15, 2017
Solving the Dropper Post Dilemma
Aah f this. What's the problem with all this angry people "you don't need this (learn to ride)" same as "you don't need 42t cog (grow some man legs)" ? 190cm guy, 47cm seat tube with reverb. I love it when it's slammed, and for controlling my bike I can have it ~50mm out. Then for pedalling flat it's at max extension, 150mm. For steep uphills, 220mm out is perfect, so seat clamp here I come. Why should I compromise going up or down? World cup racers don't slam the seat, but : rear wheel clearance; they don't have a dropper so they choose a compromise to also be able to pedal seated (actually some have droppers); and oh they're racing. I'm not. I want to have fun, and than can include wanting to try to bunny hop and I can tell you I need all the possible help to do that. XC riders have it very high. Trial guys have it very low. Saying one of the extreme positions is useless all the time (=you never need it) is saying to one of those rider categories "you're stupid". Oh, and let's add some credibility to my speech : I'm a guy who rides a 44t chainring with 11-23 cassette up and down the Eiffel tower twice every morning before laughing at Richie Rude's ridiculous power meter results. With droppers, more is better. If you disagree, you must have a tiny penis and always believed the "oh don't worry size doesn't​ matter" consolations from your partners. It does matter. Luckily, I can still have fun with a shorter than ideal post, and you can still have fun with a smaller than ideal dick. Ffs.
Uuno mikelevy's article
Sep 7, 2017 at 3:35
Sep 7, 2017
Uuno mikelevy's article
Sep 6, 2017 at 10:03
Sep 6, 2017
12-Speed XTR, Devinci’s Return to DH, and a Santa Cruz eMTB? - Rumors from Eurobike 2017
That's one poll I'd like to answer : "coolest" bike brand
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